วิเคราะห์บอลไทย _โบนัสฟรี 500 2019_เซียนบาคาร่า_แจ๊ ค พอ ต สล็อต แมชชีน_@ไลน์ฟรีเครดิต https://www.google.com//aea A political party for people who don't like politics Wed, 21 Mar 2018 02:39:17 +0000 en-US hourly 1 The Humanists are ?Supporting ?Students and the March For Our Lives https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2162 Wed, 21 Mar 2018 02:35:44 +0000 /aea/?p=2162

?As we approach the March For Our Lives in Washington DC on March 24th, the issue of gun control and school security ?remains at the ?forefront of ?public ?debate. ?A month after ?the ?Florida School shooting? which kill?ed 17 people, ?however, ?not much has happened. The political establishment (Democrats and Republicans? alike?) ?is sided with the National R?ifle Association and ?is ?doing everything ?it can to slow down ?the passing of gun ?control legislation.

?Gun control in ?the ?United States is not ?about limiting ?personal ?freedom ?or taking away Constitution?al? rights?; it¡¯s about ?keeping our society away from total dehumanization.? The culture of violence is developing at a fast pace. ?Local police? offers ?carrying military?-style? weapons is now ?the norm?; ?homelessness in NYC ?is at its highest level since ?the ?Great ?Depressio?n;?? nearly 1.7 million New Yorkers liv?ed? below the poverty line in 2011-2015?; ? and of course ?the gap between rich and poor keep?s growing ?despite the promise of technological progress for all.

?” The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it. Through violence you may murder the liar, but you cannot murder the lie, nor establish the truth. Through violence, you may murder the hater, but you do not murder hate. In fact, violence merely increases hate. So it goes. Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: Only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: Only love can do that.¡±
— Martin Luther King Jr., from ¡®Where Do We Go From Here?¡± (1967)

Humanists are supporting and recognizing the great contribution made by students during the past months to raise ?their ?voice?s? against all forms of gun violence. Are we entering a new historical moment? ?

As Silo spoke in 2004 ?¡°It is worthwhile for young people to swell the ranks of this Moral Force as a variant of History¡­ so that this current becomes unstoppable and its murmur heard in all the languages of the Earth. Then the new generations will begin to teach the adults with new affection and new understanding.¡± ?(May 4?, ?2004?, Punta de Vacas Argentina).?

We are asking everyone to do everything ?they can to support the youth movement and ?to ?pressure the decision makers, to disseminate the ideals of peace based on the methodology of nonviolence so as to prepare the way for the new times. We are also inviting you to join us during The ?NYC Walk for Nonviolence on April 8th as we march through the streets of Manhattan, passing by some key nonviolence landmarks of our city? (ยืม เครดิต ฟรี and publicly expressing our belief in nonviolence as the only way out of these confusing times.

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NYC- FREEDOM for jailed Argentine Leader Milagro Sala https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2153 Sun, 18 Dec 2016 19:03:45 +0000 /aea/?p=2153 DSC_0006

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The Colombians for Peace Took Times Square https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2125 Tue, 27 Sep 2016 17:41:57 +0000 /aea/?p=2125 DSC_0392

The Colombian community for Peace gathered in Times Square to celebrate the end of the war after 52 years, while the agreements between the FARC and the government of Juan Manuel Santos was signed in Cartagena Colombia. A symbolic act that precedes the real challenge of this historical process: the referendum on October 2nd. On that day, the Colombians will decide yes or no on whether they support the negotiation and start the implementation of the agreement.

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Mock Referendum on Colombia’s Peace Process in Jackson Heights https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2136 Mon, 26 Sep 2016 18:11:30 +0000 /aea/?p=2136 DSC_0371

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Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos in New York https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2130 Sun, 18 Sep 2016 17:56:32 +0000 /aea/?p=2130 September 18th, 2016, was a very special day for me. I had the opportunity of participating and listening to our Colombian President, Juan Manuel Santos, here in New York. The President spoke of the peace agreement, clarifying its facts, explaining it in detail and answering questions.

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For me, it was an extremely important day because for many years we have been working, organizing and participating in various events for peace in Colombia. Today, my dream is about to become a reality: where Colombia and all of the Colombian people have the opportunity to live in peace after over 50 years of war. The first step has been taken, but the President wanted to legitimize this process by letting the people of Colombia decide if they want peace or not.

Next October 2nd, The International Day of Non-Violence, in honor of Ghandi, is the day that each Colombian citizen will decide the future of our country. The people must say yes to peace!

Yesterday, as a Colombian citizen and as a Humanist, I felt joy and pride of our President. I say yes to peace and invite every Colombian, here and all over the world, to say yes to peace along with me.

The Humanists gave the President a gift which ยืม เครดิต ฟรีoutlined Five Points that explained why we fully support this process.

Yolanda Andersson

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HP’s 5 Points in Support of the Yes Vote in the Colombia¡¯s Peace Process Referendum https://www.google.com//aea/?p=2115 Sat, 17 Sep 2016 02:30:13 +0000 /aea/?p=2115 Here are a few key points outlining why we support the agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC:

1) We support peace and discussion instead of war and violence as a way to resolve conflicts. The NO vote will cancel all the work carried out by both parties during the last 5 years in Havana, Cuba, and will leave those favoring a military solution with the upper hand.

2) We support transforming violent forces into political entities to empower democratic practices.

3) We support transitional justice with the direct objective of non-repetition, instead of the Western concept of revenge which increases violence and perpetual resentment. There is no other peace process in the world where victims have occupied such a central role. The transitional justice design in this agreement is historic and innovative.

4) We support a truth and reconciliation commission and reparation for the victims of the conflicts, favoring a profound understanding of the conflict, helping the reconstruction of the social fabric, and opening the future for the Colombian people.

5) In conclusion, the Peace Resolution and the referendum are opportunities that do not happen often and that need to be understood as a new moment of process for the entire society, in opposition to the values and structure of the previous moment. After 50 years of conflict, most Colombians understand that violence did not resolve the conflicts, did not bring progress, and did not help anyone in their pursuit of happiness.

The referendum will be on Oct 2nd and every Colombian who is already registered will be able to vote, even people outside of the country. And as a opportune sign, the referendum is on Gandhi¡¯s birthday, also designated the International Day of Nonviolence.

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