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Déclaration de paix – individuelle

Je comprends que les guerres et le militarisme nous rendent moins en sécurité plutôt que de nous protéger, et qu’ils tuent, blessent et traumatisent des adultes, des enfants et des nourrissons, endommagent sévèrement l’environnement naturel, érodent les libertés civiles, et […]

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Jeremy Gilley: One day of peace

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“Just War” with Gino Strada and Howard Zinn

American historian and activist Howard Zinn and Italian surgeon and author Dr. Gino Strada presented a forum on the myth of the the “just” or “humanitarian” war.

Honor the Deserter

Honor the Deserter

In many parts of the world, statues have been erected commemorating the work of soldiers. According to these memorials, men and women in uniform are respected and admired for their courage and devotion to their country, at great personal sacrifice […]

Strike Against War

By Helen Keller Speech at Carnegie Hall, New York City, January 5, 1916, under the auspices of the Women’s Peace Party and the Labor Forum To begin with, I have a word to say to my good friends, the editors, […]

Talk Nation Radio: Curing the Twin Crises of War and Climate Change

Talk Nation Radio: Curing the Twin Crises of War and Climate Change

https://soundcloud.com/davidcnswanson/talk-nation-radio-curing-the War and greed, militarism and extreme materialism, killing and consuming — these two threats play off each other, and both can be cured by similar means.  In this week’s show we hear an audio message from a newly forming […]

The Case of Syria: Excerpt from “War No More: The Case for Abolition” by David Swanson

Syria, like Libya, was on the list cited by Clark, and on a similar list attributed to Dick Cheney by former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in his memoirs. U.S. officials, including Senator John McCain, have for years openly expressed […]

The Case of Libya: Excerpt from “War No More: The Case for Abolition” by David Swanson

I think a bit of detail on a couple of specific cases, Libya and Syria, is justified here by the alarming tendency of many who claim they oppose war to make exceptions for particular wars, including these—one a recent war, […]

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