Agitate, Educate, and Organize ~OO~
Peace activism became more prolific in the United States and around the globe between 1945 and today.
Everyday people oppose arbitrary American aggression abroad while infrastructure is falling apart at home.
A surrender to corporate elites has bankrupted the nation, lowered wages and shipped critical jobs overseas. We can do better.
A better-organized global peace movement needs to stand up and speak clearly that unprovoked American aggression must end. Current U.S. foreign policy spends trillions, killing millions for billionaires, profiteers and munitions cartels.
This is unsustainable and criminal. We must strengthen and foster international cooperation, reduce nuclear stockpiles and continue fighting for arms control and investments in peace and progress. We need a future on a healing planet.
Our colonialist war on the people of Vietnam and Cambodia inspired formal organizing and real resistance. This organizing continues today. Our current 27 unprovoked wars of aggression are galvanizing our youth who are building a vigorous anti-war movement.
More and more people have stopped watching corporate propaganda TV.
Everyday people are fed up and refuse to accept right-wing mainstream media begging too many questions and providing no answers. More and more people understand that unending wars are not the answer. We can shut down these wars and rebuild a sustainable and healing planet.
Dr. Jill Stein, Ajamu Baraka and The Green Party and the Green New Deal were the Only Party representing the Anti-War Movement on November 8th, 2016.
They were right then, they are right now. This is not rocket science. We must shut down corporate aggression in order to rebuild the nation.
Trump and Clinton continue to endorse dozens of avoidable wars on people who have not attacked America. These war crimes, illegal drones, needless, bombings, murders of choice and aggression are not working.
Stein, Baraka and the Green New Deal have a vetted plan for transitioning to peace, people and progress on a sustainable and healing planet.
Yes we can.
A vast majority of American voters rejected pro-war Trump and Clinton, but mainstream media refused to provide necessary facts about war, peace, and a Green New Deal.
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