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Everyone agrees that war is cruel.
Everyone agrees that war is suicidal.
Everyone agrees that war brings mortar, anger,
Hunger, pain, suffering, death, horror, and terror
But a nuclear war is deadlier, nastier, and bloodier
More painful, more criminal, more infernal.
More devastating, more witless and more evil.
Human beings were born to put things together,
To build, not to destruct and not to murder.
God created humans to make the world better
Not to destroy, not to burn or to shatter.
A nuclear war would be a total disaster.
No human is really dumb to have such a war.
Let’s swear not to have a darn one. We can roar
Like lions to scare off the tigers. We can fistfight
All we want. The best way to test our might
is to dialogue, to talk to each other like humans.
To avoid the ruins and to find lasting solutions.