Chinese Young People Are Wanting Change


“Chinese people are increasingly ignoring party propaganda and are much more interested in movie stars, who represent a new lifestyle and more exciting aspirations,” Willy Lam, an expert on Chinese politics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, told the Associated Press.

They want to be free, happy and live their life to its fullest. That is the way it should be. many people are starting to see that you do not have to tread on another person or country to achieve all the best in life. You have to have cooperation and the freedom to achieve all you can be.  Was that not one of the main reasons that people came to America and still do?



People just want to live and enjoy their lives. We are tired of all the supposed hatred in the world. The time has come for there to be recognition in the world that living in peace does not take massive militaries it takes cooperation among the people of the world. Peace is a mind set: it is a way of life.  You cannot make a truly peaceful cooperating world through force. People have to want peace and live their life at peace with themselves and those around them.

As more people in the world prosper and their quality of life improves. They start to not understand the old mindset that it takes hate and guns to protect ones freedom. If you read President Trump’s speech at the UN. He clearly laid out a plan for the beginnings of cooperation among all nations of the world.  If all nations would agree to respect the sovereignty of each other then the world’s path towards peace would have begun.

Live free, Live happy, Think Pink and you will be at the fore front of peace!

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Einstein Wrote “A quiet and modest life brings more joy than a pursuit of success bound with constant unrest.”

Hillary Clinton on the Importance of Women at the Peace Table: ‘Negotiations Are Less Likely to Fail’

Women and girls must be a cornerstone of American global leadership, Hillary Clinton said during her speech at Georgetown University – and that’s especially important when it comes to peacemaking.

As Clinton was speaking to the importance of women’s involvement in international politics, she cited research that said “peace negotiations [and] agreements are less likely to fail and more likely to last.” This was prefaced with a not-subtle dig at President Donald Trump.

“Here I go again, talking about research, evidence, and facts,” Clinton said as the audience laughed and applauded.

Data from United Nations Women supports Clinton’s point: A global study from 2015 found that women’s participation increases the probability of a peace agreement lasting at least two years by 20%. Researchers analyzed 40 peace processes that have taken place since the Cold War, and there was a much higher chance of reaching a peace agreement when women were able to have a strong influence over negotiations.

Women have also historically brought coalitions to the peace table, Clinton said, in order to build a consensus. That, she countered, was not to say women were inherently more peaceful than me – that stereotype “belongs in the alternative reality.” Pause for applause.

Since Trump won the election, there’s been an upswing of women getting involved with politics on both a local and international level. As Fortune previously reported, the average share of women in parliament rose 6.5 points between 2015 and 2016 worldwide, going from 22.6% to 23.3%.

While the percentage of women in parliament has nearly doubled in the 20 years, it only translates to 22% of women in parliament today, according to the UN. The Trump administration’s response to this has been underwhelming, with a report showing only four of his cabinet members are women.

Outside of leadership roles, Trump has proposed cuts for global funding and treating, the New York Times reports. Clinton took note of this during her speech, suggesting that these cuts “would be a blow to women and children and a grave mistake for our country.”

“So we have to ask, will we be left behind or will we continue to lead the way?” Clinton asked toward the end of her speech. “I hope the answer is that we will do whatever it takes to make our country and the world stronger and more secure.”

I totally agree that women and every person needs to be completely involved in the peace process.

Think Pink Live in Peace

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Author Joyce Meyer wrote;  Discipline enables you to think first and act second.

500,000 attend Barcelona peace march….

More than 500,000 people hold flowers in Barcelona’s Plaza Catalonia during a demonstration condemning the attacks that killed 15 people last week in Barcelona, Spain, Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attacks on Aug. 17-18 in Barcelona and Cambrils that also left more than 120 injured. Eight suspects are dead and four more under investigation, two of them in jail.

People of the world are united in the fact that we all want to live at peace. As more people become united in pink the message of peace will become instilled in people’s hearts and become a way of life not just a fleeting thought.

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This woman takes selfies with her street harassers…

Everyone reacts differently to being catcalled. While some are horrified and demand an apology, others prefer to ignore it and keep walking. But one woman adopted a unique approach to the men who objectify her: She decided to take a selfie with each of them.

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I read this story and immediately was in agreement with her. Cat calling can be very degrading to the woman it is directed at. People who do this really ought to have more respect themselves and for other people.

Personally I do not do this. I have more respect for my self than to stoop to that level. Now don’t get me wrong some women do catch my eye but my thoughts do not get sexual about it.  I appreciate they way they look. I have even seen men on occasion that are really good looking.. But I do not want to date them nor do I voice my appreciation of or dislike of any person I see.  Lets be honest here not all of us have the Brad Pitt, Ivanka Trump Blessing as far as looks go. But it is not for us to hold that against then or feel lesser of a person. But to appreciate that we all have differences and that our differences make the world a more interesting place.

Think Pink for a better life in this world

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Thank You WWE for your very heartfelt remembrance of the victims and families of Las Vegas.

Melissa and I are heart broken by the tragedy on the Las Vegas Strip and our thoughts and prayers are sincerely with the victims and their families.

Please we have to Stop The Hate..

The Founders

John And Melissa

When You Are Genuine, You Touch Peoples Hearts.

I can across this video and just sat and listened to it. The sincerity of hurt that his friend was taken from him touched me.

When any of us are truly genuine in what we feel or believe. Our words touch others in a deep heartfelt way.

Be true to your convictions and express your desires for people will listen if it is coming from within.

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A former US Navy SEAL has a his solution to the North Korean crisis — and it just may work

When Jocko Willink‏, a former US Navy SEAL, author, and occasional Business Insider contributor, was asked on Twitter how he would handle the North Korean crisis, he gave an unexpected answer that just might work, according to an expert.

Willink’s proposal didn’t involve any covert special operation strikes, or military moves of any kind. Instead of a bombs, Willink suggested the US drop iPhones.

“Drop 25 million iPhones on them and put satellites over them with free wifi,” tweeted Willink.

While the proposal itself is fantastical and a bit far fetched, Yun Sun, an expert on North Korea at the Stimson Center says the core concept could work.


   This touches on the core concept of Pink For Peace.  That is, Peace is within the heart of each individual person. If the people of the world one by one make peace an important part of their everyday life. Their attitude will effect the lives of the people they associate with. As more and more people start a new circle of peaceful influence.  Their circle in time will overlap with other circles and the power of the peoples will for peace will build and affect change in the attitude of all people in the world.

I was asked a question once. ” Can god created a stone bigger than he can move”. I pondered for a few minutes and then answered with this. No, He cannot create a stone that he cannot move. Because god does not move the stone with physical strength, He wills it to move.

United together the will of the people can create a world at peace.

Join Us and start your new life with a heart filled with peace for all peoples of the world.

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President Trump’s ‘sovereignty’ talk was what the UN needed to hear

Here are excerpts From President Trumps speech to the United Nations.

Trump’s critics misrepresent the speech and misunderstand the nationalist vision that Trump was setting out. He didn’t defend a valueless international relativism.

“The Marshall Plan,” he said, “was built on the noble idea that the whole world is safer when nations are strong, independent and free.”

He said, repeatedly, that we want “strong and independent nations” committed to promoting “security, prosperity and peace.” And we look for nations “to respect the interests of their own people and the rights of every other sovereign nation.”

Trump’s standards aren’t drawn out of thin air. A consistent nationalist believes in the right of every nation to govern itself. Moreover, modern nationalism developed alongside the idea of popular sovereignty — i.e., the people have the right to rule, and the state is their agent, not the other way around. This is why the rise of nationalism was the worst thing to happen to dynastic rulers in Europe.

Trump’s core claim that “the nation-state remains the best vehicle for elevating the human condition” is indubitably correct; it is what makes self-government possible. Given the choice between being governed by imperial center or transnational authorities, the people of almost every nation will choose — and fight if necessary — to govern themselves. (See the American Revolution.)


I took from this that if all nations respect the sovereignty of each other nation. And the government of each nation represents and respects the interest of their people. That the world will be a safer better place for all people.

“Respect” is the buzz word here. Every person has beliefs and feelings and national norms that can be different from the beliefs and national norms of people from other countries. That should be a good thing. It makes all individuals unique. It makes each country unique. It keeps us all from being duplicated drones with the personality of a pencil. Why spend the time to travel to another country if it is just a duplicate of the one you live in? Embracing the differences country to country. Embracing the differences of one person to another is what will bring this world to a peaceful existence.

All people are created equal and have just as much right to live a safe, happy and rewarding life as each other person.

Respect each other and embrace our differences and we all will live in a world at peace. Period!

That’s what I got out of President Trump’s speech. What did you get?

The Founder

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