#Cyberpeacefare #My Power #Truth to Power #People Power #Voter Power et al:

1. "MY POWER

2. "TRUTH TO POWER'

3."POWER OF TRUTH"

4. 'YOUR POWER"

5." VOTER POWER"

6,'"PEOPLE POWER"

7."POWER OF CONSCIENCE"

8. "SOCIAL MEDIA POWER"

9."CYBER POWER"

10. "CYBERPEACE POWER"

11. CYBEREACEFARE

12. CYBERPEACECITIZEN

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 23, 2014 at 4:28pm

Valentine: Wish People realized "freedom and world peace are not free" Incumbent Duty of us all/ world citizens. Each of us has Individual Power-Responsibility- Cyber Means to "sound off" for One Another and cause a Universal Peace Tsunami for ourselves/children/grandchildren.

Seems to me We "Can all imagine these."  Why  Not is Puzzling ?   Al

Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 23, 2014 at 4:08pm

Make a Difference - Realize/Exercise Your Individual Power - Be Not Apathetic/Silently Complicit/Indifferent - Never Too Late to Care for UsAll - Humanity (Includes You).

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on May 23, 2014 at 3:49pm

But, unique is the Cyber Peace Power in an Era like these.....Techno-science.....Globalization.... One community.............One world........One humanity basking in the euphoria of  one love, absolute peace and tranquility. Can we all imagine these Mr. Al.

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