#Cyberpeacefare Initiative Initial Report

Started this Cyberpeacefare Experiment well over a year ago on Twitter. A primary objective was to "spark" a cyberworld world peace uprising by an initial single tweet (e.g. chaos theory a butterfly flapping its wings can cause a tsunami). The tweet was "Let there be peace on earth and let it begin with me."&U/UsAll." (Lyrics of olde classic peace song). One RT SteveG722. Then I solicited RTs requests to: the Pope, Archbishop of Cantebury, Father Bob, Dalai Lama, President Obama, First Lady, VP Biden. Second Lady, Hillary Clinton, John Kerry, UN Secretary General, Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and other world leaders and the rich and famous, including Bieber Army. Results four CyberPeacePatriots: @Father Bob, @ATBollands, @JETSTAR9, @SteveG722. (By RTing one became a certified CyberPeacePatriot).

Secondly, logged Cyberpeacefare Definition on Wikipedia which included: aforementioned CyberWorldWorldPeaceUprising RTs; Interfaith Interoperability Dialogue Judaism-Christianity-Islam, common heritage/tenets/goldenrule and CyberWorldPeaceForum (super system of collaboration for world peace and planet survival advocates (world political-religious-peace technology leaders, academia, social media entrepreneurs, celebrities, et al).

Thirdly, started Linked-In Cyberpeacefare Group. Have not put any effort into getting Group offf the ground - dormant.

Fourthly: Discovered Carnegie Global Ethics Network while browsing  world peace organizations. Concluded this world leading-well respected-well resourced-century old organization might provide a premier platform for cyberpeacefare blog. I well appreciate Carnegie's Support of my blog; however, I am disappointed that a membership of like minded world peace advocates have not enlisted to become CyberPeaceCitizens (only take a RT of lyrics olde peace song). Only one member, Valentine Olushola Oyedipe, has become a CyberPeaceCitizen. 

I would really appreciate Global Ethics Network Members providing me feedback/ideas/suggestions/RTs.  "We are the world"; Let's Make It Better"; "UpU&Me/UsAll"

Al LeBlanc

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