#Cyberpeacefare #Birth Cyberpeacefare Idea #Al LeBlanc


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

The spread of a new wave of "Arab Peace Uprisings" across the Middle East with the despair-self-immolation of Tunisian Fruit Stand Vendor Mohamed Bouazizi (January 2011), was the spark of the Cyberpeacefare Idea.  Why not have a CyberWorldPeaceTsunami (based on chaos theory "butterfly effect") ? It seemed to me that if Mohamed's Self-Immolation caused an Arab Peace Uprising, the Insanity of Islamic Terrorism also Needed to be Cyber-Social-Media Combated.  The lyrics "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me" going viral came to mind. IF INDIVIDUALS exercised their Consciences and utilized their PersonalCyberPower as CyberPeaceCitizens, We Could Make a Difference ! Indifference is not an option -We need to dare to care for a better future for "usall".   "We are the world" Let's Try a Little to Make It Better ?  (Google Cyberpeacefare - select Wikipedia Cyberpeacefare results for full description of other elements of Cyberpeacefare, inckuding Interfaith-Interoperability Dialogue Judaism-Christianity-Islam Matrix).


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