Order Cheap Arimidex

good things happening down south….. 

Anti-racism group has South Africans seeing green In a week where the spotlight has been on racial division and polarization, order cheap arimidex a Facebook group to unite South Africans against racism has grown to more than 35 000 members in just five days. Creator of the Green Skin Initiative, order cheap arimidex Christoff Smuts, order cheap arimidex says he started the group to calm people down following a turbulent week in South African politics, order cheap arimidex and to show that there are a lot of good people in the country. The initiative plans to organise nationwide rallies where people will paint themselves green to show that - despite different cultures and races - South Africans can all be united for the eradication of racism. 15 000 Facebook members joined the group in the first 48 hours, order cheap arimidex and Smuts says that he has been inundated with messages from people offering of their time and skills to support the cause. The Facebook group already boasts representatives of all of South Africa’s cultures and ethnic groups. Order cheap arimidex However, order cheap arimidex Smuts says the Green Skin Initiative looks past colour, order cheap arimidex with some group members even changing the colour of their profile pictures to green. “We want the mindset to spread like a virus, order cheap arimidex” says Smuts.  “We want to make it cool to love other cultures and ethnic groups.” He emphasized that it is not a political initiative, order cheap arimidex but a moral one. Order cheap arimidex “We want to promote a moral code of anti-racism in politics, order cheap arimidex society, order cheap arimidex but mostly in the individual, order cheap arimidex because it is the individual that can make the difference and change society.” According to Smuts “going green” symbolizes that we are all the same, order cheap arimidex belonging to one human race. Order cheap arimidex “We all want to be safe, order cheap arimidex want our children to be educated and successful. Order cheap arimidex We want the economy to grow and we want an end to crime.” He believes that all South Africans are affected by the country’s problems, order cheap arimidex and that they have to unite and focus on solving them together. Discussions on the group page already includes ideas for green picnics, order cheap arimidex bracelets, order cheap arimidex flash mobs and T-shirts. Order cheap arimidex The initiative is currently organising structures and gathering support, order cheap arimidex and hopes to announce a date for the anti-racism rally soon. Order cheap arimidex To join the Green Skin Initiative, order cheap arimidex visit their Facebook page. Linda Krige To read more of what is happening in South Africa, order cheap arimidex go to: http://www.sagoodnews.co.za/general/anti-racism_group_has_south_africans_seeing_green.html