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Monday, September 26, 2011

Unjust Politics and Peace



the world we live in settled more than 6.8 billion people, each of which are unique to the life experiences of different nationalities through, cultures, beliefs and religious views. However, the amount of difference to the value of one innocent life from being more importance than other innocent lives, as we all basically, human beings are composed of the same biological components that make us breathe.

the world we live in settled more than 6.8 billion people, each of which are unique to the life experiences of different nationalities through, cultures, beliefs and religious views. However, the amount of difference to the value of one innocent life from being more importance than other innocent lives, as we all basically, human beings are composed of the same biological components that make us breathe.

the world we live in settled more than 6.8 billion people, each of which are unique to the life experiences of different nationalities through, cultures, beliefs and religious views. However, the amount of difference to the value of one innocent life from being more importance than other innocent lives, as we all basically, human beings are composed of the same biological components that make us breathe.

In order to combat terrorism, we must identify the cause of the way of such acts, and this time the cause of injustice, political injustice. Unjustified war and occupation is a major problem, with innocent lives at stake and the money to finance these activities comes from our taxes - ordinary people who do not want to see bloodshed, but we believe in peace without violence. It does not matter whether you are Christian, Muslim, Jewish, white, black, taxi driver, or a world leader, innocent life, innocent life, and a terrorist is a terrorist. There are men, women and children in the world are limited in the war zone, fearing that their life can end at any time. How can we sit back and allow such horrible images floating above our heads while we sleep safe in our homes. We are a new generation, who are these people who are suffering in the world relies on to them without harm, and injustice, and to prove to them we care. To do this we must form our own views, to our own research, which is not based solely on the biased media, many networks we incur in everyday life. We have to be politically active, to speak for every individual suffering on this planet. We must say no to terror, war, occupation and bombs, but said that for peace, equality, nuclear disarmament, and fair, the same policy. The future of the world in our hands -. An individual may not be noticed, but together we can make a difference

Sometimes, I believe that children are smarter than politicians, in the sense that the child's eye, every second child is equal. Rachel Corrie was an American human rights activist, who in 2003 at the age of 23 is illegal crushed to death by the Israeli Defence Force bulldozer while peacefully protesting against the demolition of the house doctors in the Gaza Strip. To this date, no charges have been made. I would end up inspiring speech by Rachel at the age of 10 years -

"I'm here for other children. I am here because I care. I'm here because children everywhere are suffering and because 40,000 people die every day from hunger. I am here, because those people are mostly children. We must realize that poor people are all around us, and we ignore them. we must realize that these deaths are preventable. we must realize that people in third world countries think and care and smile and cry just like us. we must realize that dream our dreams, and we dream of them. we must realize that we have. we have them. My dream is to stop the famine in 2000. My dream is that the poor conditions. My dream is to save the 40,000 people who die every day. My dream is that will be achieved if we all look to the future and see the light that shines there. If we ignore hunger, that light will be off. If we work together and help it grow and burn free with the potential of tomorrow. "
Rachel Corrie (April 10, 1979 - March 16, 2003)

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