I recently was reminded of two really amazing sites, both of which simply prove that personal dedication
can make a difference.
I was listening to Mike Molloy’s show the other night, and I heard again the story of a web site and personal initiative, www.ProsecuteGeorgeBush.com. It’s a web site dedicated to a simple task: disseminating Vincent Bugliosis’ book The Prosecution of George W. Bush For Murder to 2,200 District Attorneys across the country. Bugliosi said it in very plain terms:
“I hope that at some time in the near future a courageous U.S. attorney general, U.S. attorney, state attorney general, or district attorney in America who is committed to the rule of law and who has dedicated his career to enforcing the law fairly against all who, big or small, violate it, will hear the cries for justice from the graves of the thousands upon thousands of men, women, and children who had their lives violently cut short because of the lies of a man who smiled through it all. And that, with a sense of uncompromising righteousness, he will take the ample case I have laid out in this book before an American jury to let them decide whether George W Bush is guilty or not guilty of murder, and if so, what his punishment should be.”
There’s a petition and other resources on line at www.ProsecuteGeorgeBush.com. You should check it out and take some action.
The other one is a web site dedicated to World Peace Day, www.PeaceOneDay.org, filmmaker Jeremy Gilley’s successful attempt to try and establish the first ever Day of Peace with a fixed calendar date. He started in 1999, and was surprisingly relatively successful in getting a global day of peace declared. That beats a poke in the eye with a dull stick, don’t it?
Here’s an interesting video that explains the whole thing:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FmEIP46B-E
Now, I have also done my small part, with two web sites, www.PeaceTrain2006.org and www.PeaceTrain2007.org. I fell off the wagon in 2008, but I’m planning on getting it going again in 2009.
The bottom line is that people, individuals, can make a difference.
I hope that the Higher Power of your choice empowers you to make a difference, today and every day.