Genki Sudo, a retired Japanese kickboxer and now practicing Buddhist, has taken to the airport with his group, WORLD ORDER, to show world solidarity with the Japanese people in light of last month's earthquake and tsunami. The group created a flash mob-like video inside an unnamed airport.
On the video's YouTube page, Sudo writes:
The unprecedented disasters unfolding in Japan; earthquakes, tsunami, and nuclear explosions, will somehow change things to come. And to send my message about this, I have expressed it here with WORLD ORDER. These disasters can be interpreted as a turning point for civilization. I think that we have arrived at a time of revolution, shared with all the people of the world, in today's society, economy, and political systems. Incidents themselves are neutral.
I believe that every single one of us, wandering through this deep darkness, can overcome anything, if only we let go of our fear, and face the it all in a positive light. The world is not going to change. Each one of us will change. And if we do, then yes, the world will be changed. It is darkest right before the dawn. Let's all rise up to welcome the morning that will be so very bright for mankind. WE ARE ALL ONE
It's a heartwarming take on the horrific situation in Japan.
This isn't the first time a flash mob has appeared in an airport: In March, a flash mob took over a terminal at the Beirut airport and started dancing the Dabke dance.