Saturday, March 24, 2018


It's A World Wide Liberty Walk

"A recent study of World Health Organization data published in the American Journal of Medicine that found that, among high-income nations, 91 percent of children younger than 15 who were killed by bullets lived in the United States.

And the trends are only growing more dire.

On average, two dozen children are shot every day in the United States, and in 2016 more youths were killed by gunfire — 1,637 — than during any previous year this millennium."
(The "Genes" of Culture In Civilizations - 2).

1 comment:

  1. This first vid was beautiful and powerful. The great tragedy is that we should not be having to beg to do the right thing here. None of these kids should have to be in fear, or to be struck down by a terrible act of violence, which is something the gun culture should try to understand.

    The selfishness and fear which this segment of our population lives under chooses to ignore the incredible pain and suffering they're forcing upon everyone else.