"A stand can be made against invasion by an army; no stand can be made against invasion by an idea."  Victor Hugo

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Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on November 19, 2014 at 12:25pm

The General who wins a battle makes many calculations in his Temple area the battle is fought.

"The  General who loses a battle makes but few calculations before hand.

Thus many calculations lead to victory, and few few calculations  to defeat.

It is by attention to this point that I can for-see who is likely to win or loose" Suntzu

Attention to global peace in the midst of tragedy becomes very imperative today! Join the cyberpeacefare Idea Army, send forth your ideas and exercise your personal cyber power for world peace and make a significant difference.

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