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Sunday, April 8, 2007

Fleshmob

We've been seeing a lot Flashmobbing lately - silent dance parties, pillow fights, subway parties - but our favorite just might be Fleshmob. This weekend in London, a pseudo-impromptu gathering of people will convene at Waterloo Bridge dressed like zombies and lurch through town savoring the utterly confused faces of uninformed bystanders. The event organizers have informed the city and received a subtle nod of approval, but despite the irony of informing the authorities about a supposedly unplanned and spontaneous event, it's unlikely that the impending mayhem will be any less chaotic.

Fleshmob
For more:http://www.fleshmob.co.uk/index.php

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World View

The "responsibility to protect" peoples in distress has the support of global public opinion, finds new research. What does that mean for crisis-areas such as Darfur? Gareth Evans & Andrew Stroehlein of the International Crisis Group report.

Trying to draw sustained international media attention to violent conflicts and mass atrocities around the world is a depressing business. The subject-matter is deeply disturbing, attention-spans are limited, and it is often hard to tell if publics are taking any notice in a way that is likely, in turn, to make their governments more responsive.

On Darfur, for example, non-governmental organisations such as the International Crisis Group have been ringing alarm-bells for over three years, yet effective international action to stop the state-sponsored violence has not materialised.
But new evidence suggests the message is getting across, at least on one level. A major new twelve-country opinion poll released on 5 April 2007 by WorldPublicOpinion.org and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs reveals some encouraging results regarding attitudes toward mass atrocities in general, and the Darfur tragedy in particular.

On the broader question of whether the United Nations Security Council has the "responsibility to authorise the use of military force to prevent severe human rights violations such as genocide, even against the will of their own government", strong majorities in many countries replied favourably. 74% of Americans agreed, along with 69% of Palestinians, 66% of Armenians, 64% of Israelis, 54% of French and Poles and 51% of Indians. And all populations polled were more in favour than opposed.

Perhaps the most surprising result emerged from China. Though its government has long been considered a staunch defender of state sovereignty under just about all circumstances, a full 76% of Chinese citizens agreed the Security Council had a responsibility to intervene when such mass crimes were taking place.

This is a heartening result. People around the world do feel a fundamental obligation to halt mass atrocities wherever they occur, by whatever means necessary. In short, the "responsibility to protect" doctrine (or "R2P" as it is coming to be abbreviated), has gained real street-credibility, notwithstanding the rearguard action being mounted against it by a number of states who hate the idea of any constraints on their sovereign power.
For more:http://www.opendemocracy.net/globalization-institutions_government/protect_people_4505.jsp

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One Day

In the sharp and twisted galis of Banaras lived one child 10years of age named Raju and with him his old grandfather Kishan kaka.Every morning kishan went for temple with his grandson Raju.
Raju:Grand pa! why we go temple everyday and why we put off lot of flowers sweets on the God's feet while on whole way you do not give a thing to beggars who are real thirsty and hungry?.
Kishan:I'm giving this all things to god because your future become peacful and you dont have to live like beggars as they become beggars because of their past bad work in their respective life so they are themselves responsible for what they are.
Raju;Really!
Kishan:Yes,our life be peaceful as we are paying good things in god's feet he will be protecting our life in difficult condition.
Raju:Is it so?So you are bribing god that he should safeguard our life as we are giving him sweets and flowers?
Kishan:Shut up! you are child,you would'nt understand.
One day....
His grandfather was ill so he said to Raju ,please you go today temple alone as I'm ill and put all these sweets and flowers on god's feet.
Raju:As he was going alone he started giving all sweets and other things to beggars and when he reached temple his hand become empty so he have nothing to give at God's feet and he started weeping but he stop a while when he listend voice of someone who was saying you have done great things and I'm happy.
Raju:turned his head and found God was speaking,Raju said but that was for you,grandfather wil be angry,God said"by this one act you had bought birth for heaven for your grandfather".

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