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The Lord of War

During the last decade we saw a major rise at the global terror, the growth at the global terror couldn’t be succeed if it didn't have the exact equipment, this essay going to explain the main reason for the increase at the terror.

In these days if a terror organization want to take an action, the first thing he need to get is big amount of weapon. In the past it was very hard to get illegal arms but today it's very easy, you just need to have a certain amount of money.

To illustrate how easy is to buy and traffic illegal weapon I want to talk about a movie I saw two weeks ago, the movie called "the lord of war" the movie is about An immigrant with a dream and a vision works hard and becomes wealthy and successful, and after a few years he succeed but Unfortunately, all of this is built on selling hundreds of millions of dollars of illegal weapons to the very last people in the world we would trust. Yuri Orlav (the immigrant) main goal is to make money and we can see this main goal is beyond even his moral and his Common Sense, when at one point he decided to sell weapon even the enemy of his State.

The movie is based on actual events, and show raises provocative questions about the effect of illegal arms sales on the wider problem of global violence. The film is also indicate that USA not only that don’t try to prevent the trafficking but even being involve in the proliferation of weapons in third world hotspots. We can understand from the film how easy it for one man that didn't know anything about guns to become with a lot of desire to number one trader at the black market of illegal arms.

Another social problem that the illegal arms trafficking cause is as we can see sometimes on the news channel that in third countries there are children that possess guns. There are a few reasons for this problem and one of them is being shown at the film, when Yuri Orlav saw that the Interpol going to catch him with big amount of weapon, he gave away all his arms to the children in the village for free, later at the movie we realize that the children use the weapon against each other.

The illegal arms trafficking in these days are getting worst and unless someone going to do something about it, in a few years our world will be a dangerous place to live in.
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(This is merely one idea about some grammatical revisions. I hope I didn't over-correct your essay. Though there were mistakes, it was not difficult to understand your intent):

The Lord of War

During the last decade we saw a major increase in global terror, an increase that could not have occurred without the availability of essential equipment.

Today, if a terrorist organization wants to carry out an action, it needs to obtain a large supply of weapons. In the past, it was very hard to acquire illegal arms, but now it's very easy; you just need to have a lot of money.

To illustrate how easy is to buy illegal weapons, I want to talk about a movie I saw two weeks ago, called The Lord of War. Based on actual events, the story focuses on Yuri Orlav, an immigrant with a dream and a vision, who becomes wealthy and successful by working hard. Unfortunately, all of his wealth comes from selling hundreds of millions of dollars of illegal weapons. Making money is his main goal. We see him abandoning even his own moral code, when at one point he decides to sell weapons to the enemies of his own country.

The movie raises provocative questions about the effect of illegal arms sales on the problem of global violence. The film also indicates that the United States not only fails to prevent arms trafficking but is actively involved in the proliferation of weapons in third world hotspots. We can understand from the film how easy it is for one man, who knew nothing about guns, to become the number one black market trader of illegal arms.

Another problem caused by illegal arms trafficking is the social impact on children in these third world countries. We sometimes see on television news how many children in these countries possess guns. There are a few reasons for this problem, one of which is shown in this film, when Yuri Orlav, knowing that he, along with his large cache of weapons, is about to be captured by Interpol, gives away all of his arms to the children in the village. Later in the film, we see the children use those weapons against each other.

Illegal arms trafficking today is getting worse. Unless someone does something about it, the world will be too dangerous for all of us.
thank u very very much davkett,

and u didnt over-correct the essay...


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