Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login

Similar Deviations
A simple work for :iconno-more-ignorance:
contest about Censorship [link]

“Its supposed that The Internet has evolved to become an increasingly important platform for advocates who wish to express their opinion freely and to work toward the development of democracy…”

I really believe that. All the freedom of expression must be on the march, and we must making an invention to the awareness this issue. So please send your artwork and support this refusal movement…
Sorry for my English!
:peace:

“They wouldn't let me write about my opinions about the state
And freedom of expression they would never tolerate
And the military secrets that I never did steal
I didn't start no violence, and there was nobody that I killed…”
Rancid - Arrested in Shanghai
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

All this information can be found at:

If America Knew: [link]

Spread this info!
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

.........
==========
PS+Tablet
original image I take from:[link]
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Double Standards: is an artwork from a muslim fellow that care of Palestine freedom.
Show
Comments disabled by owner.
MARCH OUT OF THE DARKNESS

It feels like the end of the world
It seems like nobody cares
Is it real or am I going insane?
Am I ever gonna change my ways?
Isolated, separated, sick of the mess I created
The pressure keeps rising
When the truth is what I'm fighting

We march out of the darkness
We revel in the flames
The mission is accomplished
We're ready for the change
and the only thing that will set us free is living through the pain
and the only thing that I'll guarantee, we'll never be the same

It feels like I'm still in a cage
and I scream till I'm blue in the face
Is it real or is it a faze?
I think the time has come to change my ways
I'm ready and willing to take what I've been giving
The pressure keeps rising 'cause the truth is what I'm fighting

We march out of the darkness
We revel in the flames
The mission is accomplished
We're ready for the change
and the only thing that will set us free, is living though the pain
and the only thing that I'll guarantee, we'll never be the same

It's ok, it's alright
Just let go you'll be fine
It's ok, it's alright
Just let go you'll be fine

We march out of the darkness
We revel in the flames
The mission is accomplished
We're ready for the change
and the only thing that will set us free is living through the pain
and the only thing I'll guarantee, we'll never be the same

It's ok it's alright
Just let go you'll be fine

(PapaRoach)



============================
REST. IN. PEACE

JAKARTA||17/7/09||07:47||GMT+7||BLACK FRIDAY

Suicide Bomber

May God Forgive You........


texture used:[link]
vector splatter:[link]
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Boycott of Sri Lanka's Ceylon Tea....

Funds used for the Slaughter of minority Tamils
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

I am proud to be a member of the 2007 ThinkQuest International 19 & Under Team, which included me, David, Parth, and Tommy. This is a quick summary/teaser for our website, which can be found by clicking here. Our site is Young Blood: Children of War. I was responsible for the graphics and some of the content (solutions and the Rwanda and Myanmar dossiers).

The issue of the use of child soldiers is a tragic and pressing one. Please take the time to read this short summary of the extensive content on our website. Our website includes the following sub-sections: Country Dossiers (detailed descriptions of 20 countries using child soldiers), Causes, Impacts, Solutions, and Interaction/Media.

If you are interested in this issue, I suggest checking out the powerful documentary "Invisible Children," which tells of the use of child soldiers in Uganda. A special abridged version of this documentary is available for free viewing on Google Video. I highly recommend watching, it will change your life.

Also, check out the book "A Long Way Gone" by Ishmael Beah. This biography is a moving account of a boy lost in Sierra Leone's civil war and then as a child soldier.

[…] Text:

Amnesty International estimates that over 300,000 children are currently used by government
armies and militant groups to fight in some of the world’s more gruesome and deadly conflicts.
As soldiers, more than two million children have died in armed conflicts, leaving nearly six
million seriously injured and disabled.

Often after being drugged and brain-washed, children are used as minesweepers, guards, sex
slaves, cooks, port keepers, frontline warriors, suicide bombers, and participants in extrajudicial
executions. Many times children are forced to brutally abuse, murder, or rape other children or
members of their own family- all while being as young as six or seven years old.

Child soldiers are both forcefully recruited and willing volunteers. Some children are violently
tricked into joining an armed group, others join seeking revenge, an opportunity to rebel, or pay.
The proliferation of small arms, breakdown of family values, poverty, indoctrination, and civil
strife are major contributors to the use of child soldiers.

Recovering from the horrors of being a child soldiers is nearly unbearable for many children.
Most children suffer from acute diseases and disorders, including AIDS and Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder. Some children have no family left, while other childrens’ families shun them.
Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration programs help rehabilitate children.

In order to eliminate the use of child soldiers, the problem must be addressed at multiple levels
by a variety of programs. It is important that the United Nations, national governments, non-
governmental organizations, and individuals all work together to help end the use of child
soldiers. Do your part.
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

FVCK CENSORSHIT!
===========================================
I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. ~Voltaire

Take away the right to say "fuck" and you take away the right to say "fuck the government." ~Lenny Bruce

===========================================
For :iconno-more-ignorance:'s Censorship Contest. [link]

===========================================
Ps+Tablet
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

Censorship is a poor attempt to dehumanize the "enemy." Although it can silence the dissenter, it can never extinguish their ideas. The barcode in the censored man's mouth represents how censorship attempts to brand non-conformists by eliminating their words. However, the mind cannot by censored, and it will always thrive in protest.

For :iconno-more-ignorance:'s Censorship Contest. [link]

Inspired by Shepard Fairey and Barbara Kruger.
Dedicated to Ben Hiene, who was unjustly banned. [link]


Open to criticism & suggestions.
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.

-wip-

this friday is Day of Anger For Al-Aqsa...

Save the Al-Aqsa from the monkey regime...

:iconyouareplz::iconallowedplz: :icongouseplz::iconthisartplz:
Show
Add a Comment:
 
No comments have been added yet.