Yoko Ono shows John Lennon's bloody glasses to protest against weapons

Yoko Ono, John Lennon, artist, music, activist, pacifist, peace, The Beatles
Yoko Ono has shown in her Twitter account a picture of supposedly bloody glasses of John Lennon that he wore on the day he was murdered. With this photo, the widow of singer makes protest against weapons.

A happy way to celebrate a wedding anniversary is to take your partner to a nice restaurant, dinner at the seashore, travel to an exotic location or celebrate together in the privacy of the home to the candlelight. Yoko Ono has gone beyond. The Japanese artist and activist wanted to celebrate and protest on the day of her 44th wedding anniversary with John Lennon. She sent on her Twitter account a photo of the alleged bloody glasses of former Beatle.

Several messages have been written by Yoko Ono on 20 March with the same photo of John Lennon glasses with Manhattan as backscatter. A campaign against the weapons that each year causes thousands of victims in the United States and millions of deaths worldwide.

Yoko Ono, John Lennon, artist, music, activist, pacifist, peace, The Beatles
At just turned 80 years, Yoko Ono still trying to educate the American society and around the world with very clear messages such as those she published: "Over 1,057,000 people have been killed by guns in the USA since John Lennon was shot and killed on 8 Dec 1980", "31,537 people are killed by guns in the USA every year. We are turning this beautiful country into war zone", "The death of a loved one is a hollowing experience. After 33 years our son Sean and I still miss him. Yoko Ono Lennon".

Not all the messages have been a monograph to the former Beatle. Yoko Ono has also had a special memory in your personal account for Rachel Corrie, American peaceful activist, member of the ISM (International Solidarity Movement), who died in 2003 to be crushed by an Israeli army bulldozer while protesting Palestinian activities Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in Rafah, in the Gaza Strip.

Although it is habitual and repetitive, what better way to remember John Lennon and, from this humble blog, we join Yoko Ono and the campaign against weapons with one of the best videos that it ever been able to better represent the utopian idea of wanting a world peace, without arms, without violence and with the encouragement and pride to make every effort for a better world.

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