The Osama Bin Laden Era has ended. With the demise of the man on May 1, 2011, the biggest chapter and figurehead of the terrorist group Al Qaeda is gone. It is to be hoped that closure for the 9/11 attacks can be found (for the US in particular) and that peace will result more and more as the days stretch on.
Perhaps the US can finally scale back the involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan drastically, lessen their antagonism in the Middle East and thereby remain a steady beacon of liberty around the world. Peace should come first. Violence only breeds more strife. Let us move on.
Remember John Lennon. He did not just sing for peace; he acted for peace.
It was thirty years ago tonight that one of the greatest men, a last of a dying breed that included Dr. King, Gandhi, JFK and RFK, was assassinated in New York City outside his home. For John's wife, Yoko Ono, and family I'd like to say that I'm so sorry. John did more for humankind than can even be described. His dreams and hopes for us are still alive, because his spirit is still with us. Imagine.
To read the W2P article "Remembering John Lennon 30 Years Later" click here; it is a more in-depth look at John's life. Give Peace a Chance.
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