We do believe in Ahinsha-Non violence but the time has changed...look at every where in the up coming countries...this is caused by the POLITICIANS..they are the cause of killings.
Hi Harshad, Thanks for the comment. Yes, much violence is caused by politicians who mobilise others for violence. But this is only possible because people follow. If we stand up together and say "No! I will not participate" and if we mobilise others to do the same, then no politician in the world can cause killings! Let's spread the word and get as many people into this movement as possible!
Evil attitudes against human beings. let's treat each other the same way. Let's behave well.
Interesting read as elections approach at the end of the month: http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/a-zimbabwe-election-that-is-neither-free-nor-fair/2013/07/15/b73d54f4-ed7c-11e2-9008-61e94a7ea20d_story.html
we as ZPRA Veteran Trust we based in Zimbabwe and preaching the gospel of peace building and conflict resolution we hereby strongly voice against violence, torture and intimidation during Pre and post elections....Hence we would like to see our missions and visions accomplished in preventing violence. we urge the youths veterans and the population as a whole to desist in election violence
Africa let us think straight forward, I strongly voice against human torture in Zimbabwe and the rest of the world.
Torture, intimidation, unnecessary violence against unarmed people is a human abuse. If you do not stand for your rights, not Jesus will come and liberate you. We stand by your side. Thanks
I am very strongly disagreeing for innocent people torture against why you are voting freely your voice, we have to deny carefully. Thanks
Well !!! as Ms. Catherine says..it's a practice in almost all Asian countries too. Take an example of our country-India, the biggest democracy-in terms of population, the country having great potentiality..but the political perties always playing trump card by creating