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  77.     

Hunger Is A Mean Weapon Anytime, Anywhere, And Everywhere

Death tolls go up and Ugliness goes up too... To punish people by preventing Foods and drinks is totally A crime against humanity... It is a shameful thing to let People go hungry endlessly... It is a shameful thing to see Innocent people dying as a result of A man-made hunger... It is meaningless to let people Dying while they are in urgent need for Foods and drinks anytime... It is illegal to treat innocent people For no reasons... Humanity loses its pretty fairness When innocent people dying As a result of man-made hunger... ______________________________________________________________________
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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[even when issues arise . . .]

even when issues arise and obedience can not be secured by the bludgeon, the bludgeon remains; when we mention the people, we do not mean the confessional body of the people, we mean particularly itinerant bodies in mechanic flux, preaching freedom beyond flesh pamphlets of authority, concealed in blind devotion. when we mean the people, we mean a people knowing their own strength cast as day laborers, or knowing to a greater part of a lesser known part playing paid intercourse in all connections for the people by the people. when we mean, we mean broke or abrasive worn, once open scream representatives, now incarcerated in a rationalistic shadow land, given a history that merges extruder merchandising with wholesale lots of intermittent dung, or objects for understudy beatings.
 
kari edwards

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Some People Are Unfair And Unjust

If you make a grave mistake You will be liable to a court Session or you must stand trial For a crime committed by you, If you have proofs or clear Evidences, then you will be acquitted of All your mistakes or your bad mistakes, If you are unfair or unjust, then We can say that you have injustice, Being unfair or unjust in your life Will lead to bad and mean results. Some people have grave mistakes like The ugly tyrants and their ugly tyrannies, An ugly tyrant and his ugly tyrannies will Lead to disasters of man destruction like People's fleeing, people's displacement, People's mass murders, and all kinds of Atrocities anytime, anywhere, and everywhere. Because of some people being unfair and Unjust, human kind will pay a very high price. Unless we stand firm and united against The unfair and unjust people, then we will pay very high prices and bad results. Freedom, fairness, justice, and all kinds of good human relations will help Humanity and human kind go forward until The end without being harassed or bothered.
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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Differences

Some people may be black; some people white.
Some people might be thin; some people fat.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Some people's smiles are dull; some people's are bright.
Some people may own a dog; some people a cat.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Some people can't see; some people can.
Some people are strong; some people weak.
But I say it doesn't matter, for no matter what, we are all equal.

Kaitlyn Mae Henning
 
Kaitlyn Henning

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