"Guns Don't Shoot became a sort of anti-war manifesto. 'It's not the gun that shoots, it's the person,' repeats ONUKA throughout the composition. This song is about the global state of the world—from ancient times to today. We live in an era of rapid technological progress, but we are still far from a truly significant step in the development of our civilization. The further evolution of humanity is not in the development of new technologies or even the exploration of space, but in abandoning hostility, aggression, intolerance, and violence."