#Cyberpeacefare #Peace #John F Kennedy

"But peace does not rest in the charters and covenants alone.  It lies in the hearts and minds of all people.  And if it is cast out there, then no act, no pact, no treaty, no organization can hope to preserve it without the support and wholehearted commitment of all the people. So let us not rest all our hopes on parchments and on paper - let us assure to build peace, a desire for peace, a willingness to work for peace in the hearts and minds of all our people."  John F Kennedy, Address to United Nations, Sept. 20, 1963.

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Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on May 16, 2016 at 8:44am
.CYBERPEACEFARE should be of interest to social scientists in the era of advanced technology.
Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 16, 2016 at 8:32am

Valentine:  Accidentaly deleted your comment which asked the question "why" psychologists and scientists not researching subjects such as Cyberpeacefare.  Seems to me motivating social media Personal Cyber Power for Peace in the World worthy subject and not "impossible dream" when considering what goes viral these days.  Wish we would get more feedback ideas.

Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 15, 2016 at 9:27am

This was an unfiltered thought to invite comment  on application of Freudian Psychology to Cyberpeacefare, which requires  motivating Individuals to use their Personal Cyber Power (PCP) to make a "little cyber contribution" for a better world for us all. Using a Freudian model, the superego which encompasses conscience, ethics and compassion would need to be appealed to counter the id (instinctual animal behavior) at the other extreme.  However, believe the rational ego often balances between the two extremes (fight or flight).  This comment was for brainstorming purposes only - not authoritative Freudian analysis.  Believe that the social/medical scientists, especially psychologists and psychiatrist could contribute to understanding motivating people to use their Personal Cyber Power for realizing a better future for us all and future generations.  Motivational speakers and Marketteers also come to mind ?

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on May 15, 2016 at 5:18am
The id at one extreme,the super ego at the other extreme with an imaginary tension.Thus where would the locus point shift to?I guess to the super ego, the seat of reality. But this can be facilitated by the philosophy behind cyberpeacefare(ego/tester of reality)
Comment by Al LeBlanc on May 14, 2016 at 5:50pm

Agree "Psychology of man" Important !  Seems to me need motivate human being - Freud's superego" and counter balance the id through the ego. Trying to get Psychologists interested in #Cyberpeacefare.

Comment by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe on May 14, 2016 at 4:02pm
Agreed with JF Kennedy.The treacherous unexplored areas of the world are not in the seas nor in the continents they are in the hearts and minds of men-Alan Clason
Thus, Peace building at this time remains very crucial as this time .As this effort will transcend this generation and subsequent generations to come. Pacts,Charters,Acts on the one hand, Psychology of man on the other hand.Emphasis should be given to the two as they are mutually reinforcing.
Without any equivocation, a wholehearted commitment is needed from all and sundry. Check out for CYBERPEACEFARE!

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