Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Age : 505
Sex : Female
Job Description: To Fight those who destroy beautiful creatures.
Special Powers: Whirlpool of anilation
Aquarria is a beautiful sea mermaid, who's home is the atlantic and pacific oceans where she patrols and keeps constant watch of her teritory.
This is an extremely important role to her as she protects the large pods of whales that circumnavigate the world.
There is evil upon those waters, as vessels cruise the waters in search of her whales for they have one thing on their minds KILL all in their path. These vessels are armed with huge spears which are launched at any species of whale.They are then dragged up on to the ship where they are slaughtered for their meat and other by products which are used for consumption by an asian race.
Aquarria hunts down these despictable vessels and users her powers to anilate all those on board.
Aquarria swims down to very deepest depths of the ocean and this is where she begins her attack on the ships. She swims as fast as she can in a circle until the spinning vortex of death appears, as it grows bigger and bigger in size a huge funnel on top of the ocean appears, it sucks in the vessel as it goes spiraling to the depths of despair where no can find it.
Help Aquarria to stop these vessels from causing massive exinction to our beloved mammels.
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Represented Charity: Daintree Rainforest Alliance
Environmental Issue: The destruction of the Daintree Rainforest. Some causes of this are logging, cash crops, cattle ranching, collonisation schemes, mining and industry, large dams and fuel woods.
Who is Leafall? Leafall fights against the destruction of the Daintree Rainforest. He may be small but he is fighting for a big cause. Leafall needs the help of boys and girls to spread awareness of the issue and protect the rainforest from the loggers and the cold hearted 'fat cats'.
Leafall has the ability to bring kinds into his world, they can speak and understand his language and talk to all the animals/inhabitants of the rainforest.
Personality Traits- Fun loving, friendly, caring, strong willed and a leader.
Story: Leafall lives peacefully in the Daintree Rainforest till one day some loggers come and start marking out trees to cut down for some development. Meanwhile two kids, a girl and a boy are walking through the rainforest and also see the loggers. They then spot somthing hiding behind a tree. They chase the creature and capture it, the creature is Leafall.
Leafall and the tow kids sabotage all the loggers attempts to cut down the trees and ruin the rainforest forever. Together they get the awareness of the towns people and stop the developing of more houses and farms which would destroy the beauty of the great Daintree Rainforest and everyone that lives there.
Monday, May 11, 2009
There are literally millions of refugees across Africa, many of whom are women and children, as the men are away fighting or killed in an effort to protect their villages.
Tribal disputes for power and land force whole villages away, with violence and killing the greatest threat. Sexual violence against women is especially a concern were it is reported:
“Mass rape, often perpetrated by members of the Sudanese armed forces and affiliated militias, is endemic in the Darfur region of Sudan. Government officials deny that rape is an integral part of violence in Darfur and assert that Sudan aggressively punishes rape. In fact, rape victims suffer from an almost complete lack of access to justice, and the Government is more likely to take action against those who report and document rape than those who commit it.” http://www.refugeesinternational.org
Some of the countries with great numbers of refugees are Uganda, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Eritrea, Sudan and Congo.
Ethiopia, the oldest independent country in Africa, remains committed to offering asylum to refugees arriving on its territory from neighboring countries. Over the past decade, Ethiopia has hosted about 1 million refugees. Fortunately, over time most of them have been able to repatriate to their respective countries. At the present, Ethiopia is home to approximately 80,000 refugees, mostly from Eritrea, Somalia, Sudan, and Kenya. More than a quarter of the refugees, or about 23,500 individuals, are from Eritrea. Over 1,700 Eritrean refugees were registered in the first quarter of 2008.
An estimated 2 million of the more than 4 million people displaced by the north-south conflict have returned home. However, the scale of need in south Sudan is immense, and communities are very vulnerable to a new humanitarian crisis and outbreaks of further conflict if gaps in basic services go unaddressed.
Women Show Their Determination to Rebuild: These women were showing us bricks they made by hand, in an attempt to construct a center to receive new returnees. There are many women’s groups showing great initiative and willing to support returnees, but they rarely receive the support they need.
My concept for the doll is a family, mother with children hanging off her and clinging to her, arrive at the refugee camp, where they may have to wait to be registered and assigned an area. In the case of the UN refugee camps, they may also be given some basic supplies.
Having walked great distances, their feet are accentuated.
Their eyes are wide, holding the mystery of what they have seen, and heard and felt in their success in escaping and traveling to relative safety. Some may give birth here, some may die here.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
drop bear against nuclear
Monday, May 4, 2009
He has a magic power to wipe out the human race easily if they dont change their ways.
MAKE - Out of soft materials, almost like a pillow for kids to love and hug during the night.
I don't feel that prejudice,
Can't see divided lines.
To me we are all just the same,
Our difference in our souls and minds.
You tell me that the difference,
Is red, brown, black and white.
A world of such variety,
To you becomes an excuse for hate.
We've gotta learn, have hope, unite
And care enough to end this fight.
You're hating with no real insight,
And burning crosses in the night.
A hundred years of barriers,
Yet still we can't see fit
To bring about world unity
And learn to live with it.
Now I'm not just complaining
And I won't preach to anyone,
But we should think about it
'Cos this war has not just begun.