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Kamala Sarup: Non-Violence Law We Must Need

Non-Violence Law We Must Need

By Kamala Sarup

We have been reading about the Peace and Non-violence development. We also always hope that the people work their way out of the war impasses without more deaths.

About the treatment of violence victims and war groups there is no consensus among the violent groups what they want to do. The political activists must propose law and give provision, just an improvement on security to eliminate war and violence from entering the country and the fining of people for hiring illegals violence groups. The current law must suppose to punish violent groups who engage in war and terrorism and also it has to be well enforced.

The political activists must draft a law that will defeat war, pay back terror violence, and then join a work peace force for several years. No illegal violence should be granted a free. What kind of peace law, we must need will be enacted is uncertain. Most likely, some compromise will result, but what will be its features are impossible to predict at this time.

Most of the world people have certain characteristics on peace non-violence activities. People are widely perceived abroad to be larger-than-life, boisterous, enthusiastic and exuberant about their country and its culture.

People have historically not been quite this way. All the friends of peace throughout the world might want to encourage the people of today to resist that natural tendency as the people seek to modernize and improve their country. World today has made such enormous strides. The leaders of such reform and advancement need encouragement from time to time.

John Schrab said "What do most people really want? Perhaps some of these desires would include: Stability, Prosperity, Respect from the World, Their Rightful Place at the World's Table. All these are completely normal and exist more or less in all cultures and societies.

The people that would appear to need our assistance are the peaceful people in business, government and non-governmental organizations who seek to reform and improve on the legacies of both independence and construction of a modern economy.

There are literally millions of peaceful people who seek not interference in their nation's internal affairs but the ideas and suggestions of outside friends who also desire a stable and prosperous world which also assumes its rightful share of the world's obligations. Some of these would include reformers at the local and provincial level, businessmen and women who conduct their business according to international norms and standards transparently while competing vigorously as well as many youth who desire to learn more about how others have solved problems. He said.

These problems might also include such things as pollution, the possible inequalities of wealth distribution throughout all levels of society, and proper planning for the water and agricultural resources needed for continued sustainable development.

It is true, violence, vicious killings, war, civil strife, destabilized peace are virtually the outcome of extreme power hungry political conflicts and clashes. These are unfortunately the character of today's polity.

What the people, the society most want in terms of secured peace, continuation and transformation of developmental efforts into tangible results are most vital concern of today. All sectors will do well to divert their attention and understand this ultimate indisputable reality, as the foremost demand of time in a country infested by instability. Continuation of this atmosphere of negativism will not benefit any body, rather it will only prove to be suicidal politics of extreme order. I.K. recently stated.


A Nepali journalist, Ms. Kamala Sarup is an editor of She has also been invited as a speaker at a number of peace and women conferences. She is specialising in in-depth reporting and writing on Peace Resolutions, Anti war, Women, Terrorism, Democracy, Development, Politics and HIV/AIDS. Some of her publications are: Women's Empowerment (Booklet). Prevention of trafficking in women for prostitution through media, (Book) Efforts to Prevent Trafficking in Women & Girls - A Pre-Study for Media Activism. Ms. Kamala Sarup has been nominated as Universal Peace Ambassador [2006] in the framework of the Universal Peace Ambassadors Circle, Geneva Switzerland.

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