The widow of The Beatles legend John Lennon, Yoko Ono has shared a crucial video message, in which she explained the way to make the world better by eliminating the chances of war, about the upcoming presidential election.
As the date of the 2020 presidential election of the US, which was scheduled on November 3, 2020, is coming closer, all the public figures have been showing up on social media to led their followers to vote for the quite critical issue, the future of America.
Japanese multimedia artist, singer, and peace activist, Yoko Ono, who has been getting ready to release a special book, titled ‘John & Yoko/Plastic Ono Band,’ about her unforgettable love story with Lennon, has taken Twitter to reveal her thought about the upcoming election, as well.
In the short but quite meaningful video, Ono says that anybody participating in the peace industry is making the world better. When it comes to how to sustain such a beneficial industry in the US, as well as all around the world, she emphasizes that we have to be not too critical about each other.
She also points out the need to be gentle and loving to each other in order to create a big peace industry, even bigger than the war industry. Ono has reminded her followers to vote at the end of the caption of her recent post.
Here’s what Yoko Ono said in her recent tweet:
“Anybody participating in the peace industry is making the world better. We have to be not too critical about each other in the peace industry and get together, be gentle & loving to each other and try to create a big peace industry and make it bigger than the war industry. Vote.”
You can see the tweet below.
Anybody participating in the Peace Industry is making the world better. We have to be not too critical about each other in the Peace Industry and get together, be gentle & loving to each other and try to create a big Peace Industry and make it bigger than the War Industry. #vote pic.twitter.com/gGhMeC5f5c
— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) October 28, 2020