Graffiti on a wall in Thailand

‘There can be no security without peace There can be no peace without freedom There can be no freedom without justice There can be no justice without love.’ Graffiti on a wall in Thailand

May 12, 2008 · 1 min read

‘There can be no security without peace

There can be no peace without freedom

There can be no freedom without justice

There can be no justice without love.’

Graffiti on a wall in Thailand



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