World Peace

             World peace is a commonly debated issue among today’s society. Questions that arise are: Will it ever be attained? When? Is it even possible? These questions have reached the minds of everyone, with a variety of opinions. Political status, culture, and belief all affect their beliefs. Everyone has a different thought, and no one really knows. Will there be a nuclear war, engulfing the world in a nuclear inferno? Will a second coming of Christ occur? Maybe the world will unite under one leader? The world’s future in world peace can be predicted by none, but I, as many people do, have my own theory. I believe that world peace will never be attained, that it is just an idea created by the human emotion of hope. Not that this is a bad idea; it is a great thought. However, unrealistic. I will discuss in three main points why world peace is impossible to obtain. First of all, with so many varieties of religions, they can’t cooperate even in today’s society. Secondly, Political beliefs on government varies just as greatly. Similar to religion, politics can cause just as big of an impact on war. My last reason why world peace will never be attained, is the simple fact that no one gets along with everyone.
             Religion comes in many forms, and in some cases, religions are at war with each other. This does not make religion bad. Most of the world would be against that thought. Some religions just need to cooperate with each other. Sadly, in some countries, religious wars render a country war torn. While everyone should be entitled to their own beliefs, they shouldn’t infringe upon another’s.
             Political parties are found in great varieties. Many people, like the founding fathers of the United states, had everyone’s best interests in mind. Most political parties also have the nation’s best interests in mind. Unfortunately, some nations are governed by a political faction forced upon them. This demotes world peace in many ways...

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