UN LIGHTS UP FOR DIWALI FOR THE FIRST TIME.
The bright shining sun appeared over the world after the dark black clouds of "DYNASTY+CONGRESS PARTY+ (separatist, intolerant. kAFIR-HATER) ISLAM" were BLOWN AWAY on May 14, 2014.
HAIL THE FIRST SMALL STEP TOWARDS THE NEW ERA. We wish the YAZIDIS to breathe safely, & without fear, on their OWN land, so, too, the HINDUS of South Kashmir, Sindh and West Bengal and (if any) SIKHS of Lahore.
30 Oct 16
PS: Let every FREE soul on earth rejoice!
In a message dated 10/30/2016 4:30:17 P.M. GMT Standard Time, ccccccccccc writes:
INDIA SHOULD TAKE UP AND FIX UP FAULTY VOTE SYSTEM IN UN .
ONE VOTE OF NATION WITH FEW MILLIONS IS EQUAL TO ONE VOTE FOR INDIA WITH A BILLION.
GOOD OVER EVIL .TO MAKE HUMAN RACE SURVIVE AND FLOURISH
LIGHT OVER DARKNESS IN THE MINDS AND SOULS
OF INFORMED HUMAN BEINGS
ITS TIME UN SHOULD WAKE UP AND DECLARE THE KILLING OF HUMAN BEING A CRIME NOT ACCEPTED
AND ANY COUNTRY OR CULTURE( ISLAM ) PROMOTING WILL STOP GETTING FUNDING FOR ITS GROWTH.
UN lights up for Diwali for the first time
PTI | Oct 30, 2016, 10.40 AM IST
UNITED NATIONS: Diwali was commemorated for the first time at the
United Nations, with the world body's imposing headquarters here lit up
especially on the occasion of the Indian festival of lights.
The facade of the UN headquarters was lit in bright hues and the words
'Happy Diwali', along with the image of a traditional 'diya', projected onto
"Lighting up. @UN lights up for #Diwali for 1st time," India's Ambassador
to the UN Syed Akbaruddin tweeted.
"Happy Diwali! @UN celebrates Diwali for 1st time. Thank you @UN_PGA for
this initiative," Akbaruddin said in another tweet, thanking General Assembly
President Peter Thomson for the initiative.
He also tweeted a picture of passers-by clicking photographs of the building as
well as being themselves clicked against the illuminated UN headquarters in the
Thomson also tweeted a picture of the UN building lit up in bright blue for Diwali
and said "Light over darkness, hope over despair, knowledge over ignorance,
good over evil - the UN lights up. Happy Diwali!"
The UN Secretariat building will be lit up for Diwali from October 29-31.
It is for the first time that the Indian festival of lights is celebrated at the world
body after the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution in December, 2014
that acknowledged the "significance of Diwali".
Noting that the festival is observed in many UN member states, the resolution
had called on UN bodies to avoid holding meetings on Diwali, declaring it a nomeeting
From 2016 onwards, Diwali was made an optional holiday for the UN, India's
Permanent Mission to the world body said in a special video message.
Earlier in June, the UN building was lit up on the occasion of the International
Yoga Day, with images of Yoga postures projected on the imposing headquarters.