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Yoko finds a suitable place to erect a Peace Tower, John is smiling, Yoko states, one can only assume after a worldwide search to find a worthy place to put a Peace Tower, Icelands frozen tundra was at the Top of Yoko's list, ensuring dozens of people from around the world wondering where iceland is, while icelanders will flock to the site say "Hvaða the Helvíti er Þessi? loosley translated meaning "What the hell is that?" Yoko states it's Magical,
My final thought
Yeah, it's magical, mushroom magical.
In other Surprising News Breaking Events around the World, Governments state Africa has spent 284 Billion Dollars of Western Aid for decades fighting wars against each other. No big surprise there that the Billions of dollars spent is Western Monetary Aid to Dictators and warlords such as the USA and Canada, which still blindly pumps billions into a losing proposition, whereby the poor see none or little of it.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland -- Yoko Ono urged the world to give peace a chance with the unveiling Tuesday of the Imagine Peace Tower on Videy island on what would have been husband John Lennon's 67th birthday.
The former Beatle was shot dead outside their New York apartment building Dec. 8, 1980, by deranged fan Mark David Chapman.
Ono was to be joined at the ceremony by the couple's son, Sean Lennon; Beatles drummer Ringo Starr; and bandmate George Harrison's widow, Olivia. Paul McCartney also was invited, but it wasn't known whether he would attend.
The tower is a stories-tall beam of light that will radiate from a wishing well bearing the words "imagine peace" in 24 languages. The plan is for the tower to be lit each year between Oct. 9 and Dec. 8.
Ono, 74, has said that she came up with the concept for the light tower in 1965, and that Lennon was interested.
"This is the biggest birthday present I gave to John," she told The Associated Press last month. "He's very, very happy about it, I know."
Ono said she chose Iceland, the world's northernmost country, because it is a very eco-friendly country that relies on geothermal energy.
"It's so beautiful," she said. "There's a certain strangeness to it. I would like to say it's magical."
BBC NEWS | Africa | Wars in Africa wipe out aid gains
It says the cost of conflict was equal to the amount of money received in ... Canada.com Wars strip $284 billion from African economies: