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Prepare Not A Furnace For Your Enemy So Hot That Thy Self Be Singed

The greatest number of fatalities in human history were: WW I – (11 million military, 7 million civilians) WW II – 50 – 80 million dead, (20 million Russians, millions of Jews 100 million – died after Europeans colonized the South, Central region & North American continents While young Daniel Ellsberg was a staff member [...]

By | February 4th, 2017|Politics, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

A “Secret” On Abolishing Arms That Could Abort Earth’s Future

Which 21st century leader could openly support universal adoption of L-41 to abolish nuclear weapons? Would not the future of Earth, our “common home” and all living creatures be aborted in the event of another nuclear exchange? Who will be the potentate to call for use of nuclear weapons the third time?

Will 2017 Birth Our New Abolition? 

October 27, 2016 the UN General Assembly considered resolution L-41, a document designed to abolish nuclear weapons globally. The final vote was 123 (of 195) countries in support with 38 in opposition. There were sixteen abstentions. The USA opposes abolition.

To Where Can Earthlings Flee?

The Kyoto protocol was an early effort to confront our global reality of planetary warming accompanied by the steady rising of ocean levels. Even rural people without University degrees who struggle to survive in developing nations know without doubt Earth is heating up.

By | November 28th, 2016|Climate Change, Politics, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

Did Don & Hil wink at cold war II?

Global network against weapons & nuclear power in space (www.uspeacecouncil.org) provides a “chokehold” map depicting how NATO and the USA are encircling Russia and China with military bases and trident submarines lurking in the Atlantic and pacific.

By | October 25th, 2016|Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

Hostages In Hells Bottom

The Berrigan brothers were prophetic leaders in the peace momentum. They followed an example of Gandhi, who read Jesus’ Beatitudes (Matthew V or Luke VI) every day. Like the uncertain number of arrests that their peace movement has endured, similarly could the Berrigans not enumerate their Pentagon visits.

We Are Completely Insecure

In this election year how many money-begging candidates for the Oval Office have pondered the wisdom of Admiral Noel Gaylor (1914-2011) who served in the US Navy for 45 years?