Nonviolence and the Ukraine

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Nonviolence and the Ukraine

  In dealing with the Ukraine through nonviolence, former President Yanuhoxych had best turn himself in for crimes against humanity for murdering his own people, and relinquish all political power, not for punishment, but to heal the negative karma he helped manifest.

Pro-Russian and pro-European factions within Ukraine had best seek a nonviolent solution to its revolution.

  East and West had best let Ukraine determine their own nonviolent political and economic destiny. 

  Russia and the U.S.A. had best not exercise their military might, but rather unilaterally or bilaterally disarm and demilitarize for the good of all nations on earth.

  I pray to my personal God to help everyone find a nonviolent solution to any problem on all levels of human interaction.     

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