Tag Archives: disarmament

New Infographics showing world military spending in 2016

World military spending 2016:
$1.69 Trillion

David Swanson: The No More War Movement

Swanson: Baltimore City Schools spends $5,336 per student, while Maryland spends $38,383 per prisoner, and every man, woman, and child in Maryland and in the rest of the United States on average each, EACH spends $4,063 per year on the U.S. military — except those who refuse to pay. That the prisons and military do harm, rather than good, compounds the damage.

Joe Scarry: “No Nukes Politician” — IS There Such a Thing ???

 Apparently the nuclear “haves” want to do anything possible to stay away from this conference — they don’t want to go anywhere near anything that might suggest that they do, indeed, need to disarm.  By Joe Scarry  comehomeamerica  December 16, 2014 So . . . it’s #NoNukesTuesday and I’m trolling through all the posts about the […]

Mairead Maguire: Unmaking the Agenda of War

Unmaking this agenda of war and demanding the implementation of justice, human rights and international law is the work of the peace movement. We can turn around our current path of destruction by spelling out a clear vision of what kind of a world we want to live in demanding an end to [the military/industrial] […]