#Cyberpeacefare #Credo Initial-Starter Draft


I believe the cyber domain/social media enables each of us and small groups to contribute to "world peace and planet survival", i.e. conduct #cyberpeacefare. 

I believe in the power of Ideas and Individual dreams so ubiquitous in Silicon Valley - We all have entrepreneurship potential and can be CyberPeaceEntrepreneurs. Imagine, you can Help make a cyber peace tsunami with your thoughts from your easy chair.

I believe we should all awaken to the "clear and present danger" of a chaotic world of: weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and Individual Indifference.

I believe we should all realize and utilize the personal cyber power (pcp) at our fingertips to contribute to a cyber world peace tsunami (butterfly effect).

I believe that leading world peace/nuclear disarmament NGOs (such as Carnegie and Global Zero) are doing a great job in educating us all on threat understandings and solutions.  However, Individual World Peace Citizens need to make their voices resonate above the background noise level of mostly silence. Indifference is not an option.

I believe,We as Individuals, can and should make a little difference to  collectively Initiate a CyberWorldPeaceTsunami, One CyberPeaceCitizen at a time.

I believe in "E Pluribus Unum" - "Out of Many One"                                One Humanity, One Home, One "Golden Rule".

I believe that like the popular "trickle down concept", there should be a grass roots "perk up concept" where our political-military-religious leaders support #cyberpeacefare. 

I believe all of us interconnected in cyberspace have a grave obligation to contribute our digits for better world for "you and me and usall"

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 8, 2017 at 5:42pm

Valentine & Lydia:   Persuading Individual Consciences, interconnected world-wide, to realize and utilize their computer/smart phone (PersonalCyberPower) for the "common good" is a challenge. How to improve the message/simplify the procedure ?  For example, re-tweeting the lyrics  "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me" (Christmas song). ?  Start a World Peace and Planet Survival Petition ? Enlist world political ,religious leaders and entertainment celebrities ?   

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on September 6, 2017 at 4:05pm

Truly, we live in an  interconnected world that is facilitated by cyberspace and advanced digital technologies.Every concerned world peace citizen is under a moral obligation to use her or his Persona Cyber Power to cause a WorldPeaceTsunami.More significantly,world leaders and individuals should exercise under a moral obligation their PCP to cause a world peace Tsunami on the principles of "butterfly effect".Thus a tweet from Nigeria can exponentially wreck a WorldPeace Tsunami in  another place of the global world.

Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 6, 2017 at 10:03am

Lydia:  He is a disgrace to the Office.

Comment by Lydia Kaplan on September 5, 2017 at 8:23pm

Hi Al,

What are your thoughts on the way our leader uses cyberspace (i.e. tweets) so brazenly? It's beyond disconcerting.

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