New site challenges negative
Human experiences can now be discussed online at www.humanwrites.com. John Breton, site owner, believes that through this forum, negative international broadcast news can be challenged<br>
An online global forum for the Middle East has been launched by American, John Breton. The site, www.humanwrites.com , is intended to challenge negative international broadcast news that sometimes serves to divide human beings.
"Contrary to first impression, the site does not explore "human-rights" issues that are so often surrounded by controversy and complicated by underlying political and economic overtones,” said Breton, the site’s owner. “Rather, this human-writes site focuses on our likeness through topics ranging from world peace to lessons learned in life,” he added.
Breton says that his mission is to create a ‘one voice Internet community’ where anyone can discuss life topics without the geographic, political and societal barriers that could otherwise prevent such debates.
"Over the years, I have had the pleasure of meeting many people from very diverse backgrounds," said Breton. “It was strikingly obvious that regardless of our country of origin, religious foundation or political views, our primary concerns for family, friendship, peace, and health were no different - why not confirm this observation via the global Internet community," he added.
The site will present a list of questions meant to capture the essence of humanity. The ultimate goal of humanwrites.com will be to collect, classify, and publish a series of ‘humanwrites’ journals.