A relatively new blog that has our interests at heart. At least those of us that would like to see a peaceful world. Linked here.
Their promotion email this week:
Once again this year, the clear winner, in not just women’s soccer and incarceration, but also in militarism, is the United States of America, sweeping nearly every category of military insanity with seemingly effortless ease. Find all of last year’s and this year’s maps here: bit.ly/mappingmilitarism
Today is four months since the Washington Post printed “War on Iran Is Probably Our Best Option.” Miraculously, we’re still here.
More News and Events:
A CALL TO ACTION: September 22, 2015 in Washington, DC
What Are Foreign Military Bases For?
Talk Nation Radio: David Vine on U.S. Bases Around the World
Document Shows CIA Reaction to Finding No WMD in Iraq
The list continues on and includes planned activities in keeping with their theme.
Perhaps you would be interested in following the movement or just monitoring what they do?
More nuclear disarmament events here. (Thanks to Joe Scarry!)
Let us know about any event you’re planning.
If you’d like to help plan events, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign the Declaration of Peace.
Sometimes I see war as the outward manifestation of the inner struggle.
When mankind has peace within, there will be peace without.
Another interesting concept.
The warmongers themselves are obviously dissatisfied with living normal peaceful lives and are out of control with greed for power and money.
The government supporters also into greed. It is unsettling that they are without empathy, as are the public supporters of warmongering.
Then there are those who simply cannot understand the reality outside of their own little world.
An oversimplified sort of ‘catch 22’, how to obtain peace within when the outside peace is already no-existent?
Supposedly it’s calm in the eye of the storm… just think of yourself as the eye.
It’s all concepts, no?