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Tsunami Relief Effort


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Please help the relief efforts in the areas hit by the earthquakes and tsunami in Southeast Asia. The horror and utter devastation caused by this disaster is overwhelming. I've created a blog advertisement to point readers in the right direction if they are looking for ways to support organizations that are reaching out to victims.

Thanks to Andy, Michael, Mia, BoifromTroy, Jossip, Steph & Alek, Robert, Robert , David, Josh, Alex, Renee, Serena, Joy and Gabriel for stepping up and donating ad space to post the "Tsunami Relief Effort" ad . Together we can create a powerful blog ring to support the relief efforts. If you have a blog and would like to join, please email me for materials.

The ad points to "Hands to Southeast Asia," a special Flickr photogroup with people from around the world sharing information about relief organizations. The group also shares pictures of hands that are a symbol for sending the power of their urge to help the people of  Southeast Asia. If you look for more up to date information, you can also visit tsunami.blogspot.com or a special page at Google. You can also make donations via Amazon.

December 29, 2004 | Permalink

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Posted by: Alex at Dec 30, 2004 7:38:13 PM

New York Rockers Show Support for Tsunami Relief Efforts

New York, NY, (NAMC), The New York rock band “Almighty Love Noise” (www.almightylovenoise.com ) has pledged to donate the profits that it receives from the sale of it’s soon to be released CD to the American Red Cross through the “Music For Relief” Tsunami Fund ( www.musicforrelief.org )

“We feel a need to help this cause, it’s great that “Linkin Park” put together the “Music For Relief” fund, this gives musicians around the world the opportunity to use their gift’s to help those in need. Hopefully other major music artist start to join in, and it’s not just about Rock music, I am talking about all those involved in the music industry, so whether it be Sean “P Diddy” Combs, “The Rolling Stones”, or the “Red Hot Chili Peppers”, all music personalities should be involved in this effort.” Said Swan, lead vocalist of “Almighty Love Noise”.

The “Music For Relief” Tsunami Relief Fund was developed by rock band “Linkin’ Park” and they have donated $100,000 to the fund. All musicians are urged to join in and do what they can to help those in need in the wake of this horrible disaster.

For more information on purchasing the “Almighty Love Noise” CD go to www.almightylovenoise.com

For more information on the “Music For Relief” go to their website at www.musicforrelief.org

To donate to the “Music For Relief” fund:
Music For Relief
c/o GSO, 15620 Ventura Blvd. Suite #2100,
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403.
Make checks payable to American Red Cross International Response Fund and in the Memo write MUSIC FOR RELIEF – Tsunami
To get involved with Music For Relief, please send an email to info@musicforrelief.org Website: www.musicforrelief.org

For press inquiries in regards to “Almighty Love Noise” please contact New Age Media Concepts at 888-463-9237.
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Posted by: at Jan 5, 2005 4:05:53 AM

TSUMANI POEM

Waves of fury beating on the shore,
Unimaginable heights terrify us to the core.

Man, woman, child it holds no discrimination,
Leaving behind utter chaos and mass devastation.

Suffering, bereavement, misery and sorrow,
How long must we endure this horror.

Lives lost, businesses perished and wrecked homes,
Stench of doom, still growing in loom.

What can we do in times like this,
Should we just stand by and not assist?

Please give your means to those in need,
This is the time to do good deeds.

Lastly, please say a prayer to all survivors of Tsunami,
May they have the strength to overcome this catastrophe.

Posted by: Jiju (Bangalore) at Jan 6, 2005 12:16:07 PM

Tsunami Relief button Sets - Spread the word webmasters!!!


Hello My Friends,

well what can I say I kept myself busy...

I have decided to introduce "Tsunami Relief Button Sets" in a hope that we can all increase and enhance the tsunami donation relief effort. The selection of buttons is extensive – more buttons are on their way…

I hope you will include the buttons within your websites.
By doing so you will contribute toward a good cause, and also the button size is so small (around 200 bytes each) that it would not affect your website performance.
You can link the buttons to any humanitarial organization you prefer.


For more Info and downloads see here:

http://www.trajceski.com/tsunami_button_set.html

or just go on the main site and click the d/l button at the very bottom:

http://www.trajceski.com

thank you all for your participation.

cheers,

(jovan trajceski)

Posted by: Jovan Trajceski at Jan 10, 2005 2:32:06 PM

There is an absolutely astonishing story, entitled 'The CIA's OSS forerunner proposed using a nuclear bomb on a fault line to cause Japanese tsunamis and earthquakes!' in the 'News You Need To Know On The Dollar, The Economy, And The New World Order' section of SurvivalistSkills.Com.

To quote from the introduction to it...

The astonishing 1945 wartime document below, now declassified, outlines an astounding scenario.

Written as a secret operational proposal by the OSS, the forerunner of today's CIA, it was not put into efect - then, at least.

The chilling suggestion: "If we could could get (an atom) bomb within a mile of a point on a fault line destined to break within 90 years we might set it off ..."

It might well raise some suspicions in your mind regarding the recent and horrific Asian tsunami, which - amazingly for an 'earthquake'-caused event - registered no aftershocks whatsoever.

We present it here and leave you to form your own conclusions.

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