One would definitely wonder the possibility of a nuclear free world going by the arsenal of nuclear weapons owned by some states. It is quite astonishing that while some countries use nuclear energy to generate electricity and for useful research purposes, others tend to use it for military purposes. It is disheartening that some countries like the U.S.A, Russia, China, France and Britain parade a large arsenal of the dangerous weapon and at the same time being at the fore of the battle against nuclear non-proliferation. None of these countries have signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. For fear of the unknown some countries like Iran have started moving closer to the nuclear club in the name of civilian nuclear program. One wonders why they have refused to halt the enrichment of uranium thereby paving the way for IAEA inspectors to mount surveillance cameras within the nuclear plants in Iran so that they can freely carry on with their desire to generate electricity with the energy as they claim. But the way and manner they have gone on with their nuclear ambitions leaves much to be expected than desired. Iranian leaders have repeatedly referred to the Jewish State as fake and that it would wipe them from the map. Maybe that is why the west continues to hunt Iran and would not let her go nuclear which would be dangerous for the Jewish state considering the small population of Israel. But Iran is not the only one; What about Pakistan, India, Israel and recently North Korea who have threatened to turn the South into a burning flame. Isn’t it just for South Korea to have the said weapon into to defend their selves in the event of an attack from the North? I am not here to say who should have the weapon and who should not have the weapon; but we are moving towards a very dangerous and delicate situation where the weapon would likely spread around the world making the potential of a nuclear war eminent. Are there people that the Nuclear Non Proliferation treaty was written for? Are there sacred cows who shouldn’t sign the treaty? Are there countries that are so careful with the weapon that they would not attack other countries with it? You and I know that the U.S was the first and only country to use the weapon against another state with considerable devastation for the Japanese people. Statistics has it that the U.S spends at least 1 Billion dollars to prevent a nuclear war but the same U.S spends at least 30 Billion dollars to prepare for nuclear war every year. Is it not time for the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty to be adopted by all? Can we have a nuclear free world? Let us not deceive ourselves at this juncture because the super powers see the weapon as a symbol of their strength and would do anything to keep their weapons. Is it realistic and reasonable for a few countries to terrorize others with the weapon? A nuclear free world must begin with the complete disarmament of all countries that possess the weapon irrespective of status. The double standards adopted in the implication of nuclear proliferation must come to an end. My kind opinion here is that if we must have a nuclear free would, no country should be seen to possess such weapon irrespective of how rational they claim to be.