#Cyberpeacefare #Butterfly Song #Please Tell Me Why ?

Please Tell Me Why; We must care -We must try; UsAll - All together - Please Tell Me Why ?

We must be Heard; Each of US; Our Individual Cyber Voices must swell  above the noise - a Tsunami  for Peace and Good Will.

 We Share: a common humanity,a common home,a common good,a "golden rule" ;a common Hope for: Peace, Equity,Justice, Freedom, Opportunity 

 Please Tell Me Why There is so much chaos in the world;  Individual Indifference ?  We Don't Care - We Don't  Try - Somebody - Anybody Why ?

 "Pay Attention to Conscience; Feel Personal CyberPower - "in your "fingers in your thumbs" on your Keyboards to make a little difference -Now !

TellMeWhy If Butterflies flapping their wings can cause Tsunamis (Chaos Theory) - Why Can't We ? Please Tell Me Why !  

(Need more Lyrics - to Explain  - to Appeal  - to Motivate becoming CyberpeaceCitizens).

(Initial Draft)


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Comment by Al LeBlanc on October 27, 2015 at 3:36pm

"Need to Win Hearts and Minds" throughout CyberSpace - Make "Bottom Up PeaceMaking" Re-Sound World-Wide to Top-Level Leaders/Institutions  - No Borders !

Comment by Al LeBlanc on October 27, 2015 at 3:09pm

 We are All Humanity !  Don't we all want the Possibility of a Better Life for Ourselves and Future Generations ?  Where is the OUTCRY from USALL - ENOUGH INSANITY HUMANITY !  It is UpU&MeUSALL - Individually - to make our voices Heard -Cyberpeacefare !

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on October 27, 2015 at 11:53am

The dearth toll increased

And, there was wanton destruction of lives and property

The boy child was humilated

The girl child  and women were sexually abused and molested

The war in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The women were bereaved of their children

The men were made destitute

The family institution was turned apart

But, we thought it was a figment of imagination

The war in the Balkans

The brutality was severe and unbearable

As the young were clubbed to dearth

The old were  matcheted to the great beyond

The children were wined forcefully from their mothers

As an entire nation was almost exterminated

But, we thought it was a figment of imagination

The war in Rwanda

A people of a nation cried aloud

Having been dispossed of their abode

A people of a nation seeked for abode

Having cried for too long a time

A people has been dehumanized

A people has been destroyed

All on the planet earth

But, who's got the earth?

God Almighty!

God Almighty Allah!

God Almighty Yahweh!

But, blood flows like water on the earth

And, the earth  is stinking of carcass

Not of animals only, but of humans as well

The air  has been contaminated and becomes very poisonous

Of hatred, ethnicity, stereotype, discrimination and religious bigotry

Second to  Weapon of Mass Destruction(WMD)

But, we thought it was a figment of imagination

The crises in the Middle- East

Enough of human insanity

Enough of human sacrifice

Enough of indifference

Enough of lukewarmness the world over

And, we thought it was a very possible war to win

In this digital era

Using personal cyber power

The war of our generation

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