Enough of the Corruption, Inequity, Torture and Killing.
Mothers, Daughters, Wives are now changing the world.
Severn Suzuki Speaks
If you don't know how to fix it, please stop breaking it.
My dad always says you are what you do, not what you say - well what you do makes me cry at night.
You grown ups say you love us and I say to you - please make your actions reflect your words.
Huihuinga Hakui - Wharetatao King
Democracy for Burma?
The government spent about 40% on the military and barely 2% on health and education combined.
Aung San Suu Kyi
'Like the South African leader Nelson Mandela before her, Aung San Suu Kyi, has come to be seen internationally as a symbol of heroic and peaceful resistance in the face of oppression. For the Burmese people, Aung San Suu Kyi represents their best and perhaps sole hope that one day there will be an end to the country's military repression. She was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1991, by which time she had been under house arrest for two out of what was to become six years.' Click for full article
As I came to power peacefully, so shall I keep it. That is my contract with my people and my commitment to God - Cory Aquino
Democracy for Egypt?
The View From Tahrir by Nicholas Kristof
Today President Mubarak seems to have decided to crack down on the democracy movement, using not police or army troops but rather mobs of hoodlums and thugs. I’ve been spending hours on Tahrir today, and it is absurd to think of this as simply “clashes” between two rival groups. The pro-democracy protesters are unarmed and have been peaceful at every step. But the pro-Mubarak thugs are arriving in buses and are armed — and they’re using their weapons. Click to Nicholas' blog