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Topic: Live 8 concerts for world awareness of hunger
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AuthorTopic:   Live 8 concerts for world awareness of hunger
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North Coast NSW, Australia

posted: 7/7/2005 at 3:35:44 AM ET
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"" they would have made the event about raising "money" for it, instead of raising "awareness". "" or even better, raise "'Awareness'" to the fact that the average deposit figure totaled by African leaders per country per decade in Swiss, Honduras and Vanuatu protected bank accounts is 30 billion dollars.
Each African, man, woman and child has received five thousand dollars US since 1997, a huge sum in real buying power.
The whole thing is nonsense.

Take me to your Lieder...

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posted: 7/7/2005 at 12:54:58 PM ET
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Sometimes I wonder if there will ever be peace in this world.

As long as there are extremist who are willing to blow themselves up along with innocent people - tragedy in London today,
I'm at a loss for words - I know we all send our prayers to those who have been harmed by these (can't think of printable words) to call them - these extremists don't want peace, I'm not sure what they want - but we can all pray that one day there will be peace in this world - if not in our lifetimes, than our childrens

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