A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue's neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026 Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic GOT - RP3DRIGOPCAA

The world is now full of hatred and millions of people are being recruited in Army’s all over the world. Millions of millions people are being trained to kill other humans and that too in the name of nationalism. The nationalism comes at a cost and that cost is generally billions of dollars on the ammunition and human lives we deal with. We make weapons and kill humans in the name of saving or serving our country. Why? What is the need of doing all this? Isn’t it possible that we all live like Humans?

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1. War is never the solution :

War can never be a solution . It kills the humanity and infinite loss to the infrastructure.

2. Beautiful human creations being destroyed!

We have seen people killing people, its always a pain to see this much beauty being destroyed.

3. We live in a world where we have everything

Nature has given us everything and what we did? We kill and destroy

4. Trees, blue skies, red roses! Do we see them?

One bomb destroys the infrastructure. The air fills with smoke and fire smell.

5. When the war is over, nothing changes

Have you ever thought nothing changes with a war?

6. The streets remembers the war

The streets never forget the war. There will always be a remain somewhere on a street.

7. The boots roaming on the street kills the dreams

The boots running on the war hit streets are the scariest sound for dreams. War kill dreams!

8. The earth has a burden named  The War!

When we kill in the name of winning others, we lose. We always lose.

9. See this beautiful before and after war picture.

This picture speaks for itself.

10. Yes , this is the same bazaar

War killed this bazaar. This place have seen more smiles than the debris you can see here.

11. War not only kills buildings, It kills humanity!

My heart goes out who ever was in this building.

12. These streets have been ruined by egos!

Wars are not something supernatural. its always someone’s ego!

13. Most luxurious destroys!

Doesnt matter what is beneath the bomb, it gets destroyed.

14. Humans destroy humans, Humans destroy humans!

See this !

15. Good Old days!

16. This clock tower can not tell human times!

 

This clock can show you time, but it can not tell you when Humanity left the world!

17. Even religious places are not spared

18. We build the walls, Between the hearts!

 

The hearts are apart. We can not talk with hearts no more!

19. Its always my god is superior!

No words to be spoken for this!

20. The devastation is always on high scale

When bombs touch a ground, they never discriminate between targets!

21. Google images showing how the war changes the world

22. Devastation by a war

 

23. Humans, left not on the right

24. Remains tells the story

25. War brings darkness

26. Smiles, happiness and laughter all in vein

27. World’s largest countries destroy each other

 

28. We all know about this picture

A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq’s President Saddam Hussein falls
in central Baghdad April 9, 2003. U.S. troops pulled down a 20-foot (six
metre) high statue of President Saddam Hussein in central Baghdad on
Wednesday and Iraqis danced on it in contempt for the man who ruled them
with an iron grip for 24 years. In scenes reminiscent of the fall of the
Berlin Wall in 1989, Iraqis earlier took a sledgehammer to the marble plinth
under the statue of Saddam. Youths had placed a noose around the statue’s
neck and attached the rope to a U.S. armoured recovery vehicle. PP03040026
Pictures of the month April 2003 REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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29. This breaks my heart

A detained Iraqi man with a plastic bag covering his head sits in garden of
a house searched by U.S. soldiers during a night raid in Tikrit October 30,
2003. Soldiers of U.S. Army’s 4th Infantry Division (Task Force Ironhorse)
raided several houses in Tikrit looking for members of suspected terrorist
cell planing attacks on coalition forces in Saddam Hussein’s hometown
Tikrit. Pictures of the month October 2003. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
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30. Tears are a gift of war

Mays, a young Iraqi Shi’ite girl, cries after a mortar shell which landed outside the family’s home in a Najaf residential area injured her uncle August 18, 2004. The leader of a Shi’ite uprising in Iraq agreed on Wednesday to leave a holy shrine encircled by U.S. marines, hours after the interim government threatened to storm it and drive out his fighters. But even after the announcement, explosions and gun fire echoed through the streets as U.S. forces battled Sadr’s Mehdi Army militiamen, whose two-week-old uprising poses the biggest challenge yet to Iraq’s interim government. REUTERS/Ali Jasim Pictures of the Year 2004 CLH/PK – RP5DRICLLVAA

 

31. Pretty devastating to see this pic

Iraqi workers clean debris near a large pool of blood at the scene of a suicide attack in the city of Hilla,100 km (62 miles) south of Baghdad, February 28, 2005. A suicide bomber detonated a car near police recruits and a crowded market on Monday, killing 115 people and wounding 148 in the single bloodiest attack in Iraq since the fall of Saddam Hussein. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish Pictures of the month February 2005 HH/AA – RP5DRIIJCUAA

32. Please treat us as humans

SAN ANTONIO – AUGUST 23: ***EXCLUSIVE*** Marine Sergeant Kevin Downs, 21, is pictured catching his breath after going through his excercise routine at the BAMC rehabilitation gym on August 23, 2006 in San Antonio, Texas. Downs suffered severe 3rd and 4th degree burns and lost his legs below the knee when his vehicle was hit by 5 IED devices in Iraq in August 2005. He is a rehabilitation patient at Brook Army Medical Centre. Brooke Army Medical Centre is one of the most advanced facilities in the world for the healing and rehabilitation of amputees and severe burn victims. (Photo by Brent Stirton/Exclusive by Getty Images)

 

33. This the worst you can see today

** EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT ** A woman takes her dead son into her arms, as she grieves for her six-year-old son, Dhiya Thamer, who was killed when their family car came under fire by unknown gunmen in Baqouba, capital of Iraq’s Diyala province, 60 kilometers (35 miles) northeast of Baghdad, Iraq, on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2007. The boy’s ten-year old brother, Qusay, was injured in the attack as the family returned from enrolling the children in school, where Dhiya was to begin his first year. (AP Photo/Adem Hadei)

 

34. Love fails to win wars

FORT HOOD, TX- DECEMBER 16: U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Myles James from the 2-82 Field Artillery, 3rd Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, is greeted as he arrives at the home base of Fort Hood, Texas after being part of one of the last American combat units to exit from Iraq on December 16, 2011 in Fort Hood, Texas. The U.S. military formally ended its mission in Iraq after eight years of war and the overthrow of Saddam Hussein. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

 

35. No one gets spared

A fire burns outside the United Nation headquarters in Baghdad August 19,
2003. A car bomb explosion tore through the United Nations headquarters in
Baghdad on Tuesday, destroying part of the building, and witnesses said at
least three people were killed and dozens wounded. Two casualties were taken
away by helicopter and two others by truck, Reuters correspondents on the
scene said. Sirens wailed and a column of thick black smoke billowed into
the sky. Pictures of the month August 2003. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem
PP03080063
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36. This is all about a war sir !

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