Remote Peace

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No matter how hard we fight for justice and racial equality there is a place in the world that we can wedge war against this is a world where peace resides, we have to honor the moments of peace, we are a human race and have to align ourselves to the motives that build us up as a society, motives that build us up as nations. It is vital to learn that peace can only be negotiated when the wheel of the masses is considered appart from the wheel of the people our words may not bring peace on the table, leaders and governments may we learn remotely to identify ideas and prospects of peace from the people we govern and we all as nations truly will negotiate for peace.

Edwin Mathe in response to a BBC article on the prospect of Egyptian protest 28/06/2013

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