I was just swiping through my Instagram and watching all the posts shown to me. And there I found a heart breaking as well as infuriating news about the suicide attack during one of the most popular pop singer in the world Ariana Grande. This attack killed 22 people and injured 59. The casualties include an innocent college girl Georgina Callender who was a fan of Ariana and was dying to attend her concert. Reports tell that the singer herself is also hurt a bit. It is the worst terrorist attack in the UK since 56 people were killed in the 7/7 London bombings in 2005.
So why these things are happening, is it unemployment ? Land greed ? Hunger of power ? And who are these people ? What religion are they of ? Are they Muslim ? Sikhs ? Christian ? Hindu ? The answer is no, they’re are not of religion because terrorist has no religion because no religion teaches us to kill people. It is recorded that in 2016, the world spent $1,570,000,000,000 on arms and the veto powers of the United Nations are the largest supplier of weapons with America topping the list. The United States recently sealed a weapon’s deal with Saudi Arabia alone worth $110 billion. India is the largest importer when it comes to developing countries importing weapons.
Almost all the world have came into the grasp of involved terrorist activities or war against neighbor nations with only south America left. So how this new ‘reign of terror’ will end ? What’s the first step ? Let me tell you. The first step is that all the countries under the united nations should stop selling weapons. Even if they don’t do it in case of protecting themselves from terrorists, then the developing countries such as India should stop buying these weapons. That’s what iron man- the movie shows that how a rich billionaire weapon dealer got fed up and realised the peace making that he ended up shutting down his weapon industries and becoming one of the most popular and greatest hero of the marvel comics.
“Having a mind that is open to everything and attached to nothing seems to me to be one of the most basic principles that you can adopt to contribute to individual and world peace.”