The majority of Americans, the ones who never elected George W. Bush, are not fooled by his weapons of mass distraction.
Language is the armory of the human mind, and at once contains the trophies of its past and the weapons of its future conquests.
The Afghans did not have sophisticated weapons like the Soviets did, but with their faith they defeated a superpower.
Weapons are an important factor in war, but not the decisive one; it is man and not materials that counts.
Words are potent weapons for all causes, good or bad.
A man who cannot be enticed by money or intimidated by the threat of jail or death has two of the strongest weapons that anyone has to offer.
A world without nuclear weapons would be less stable and more dangerous for all of us.
Chemical weapons simply have no place in the 21st century. Progress in this vital area will help generate momentum to meet our goal of eliminating all weapons of mass destruction.
We cannot fight new wars with old weapons.
With the advent of chivalry, the art of boxing waned. The evolution of feudal aristocracy, with other and widely different exercises, pastimes and weapons from those of the common people, made boxing unfashionable.