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World Peace

United Nations

United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (2017)

"A global treaty banning nuclear weapons was adopted at the United Nations on Friday despite opposition from nuclear powers Britain, France and the United States which said it disregards the reality of dealing with international security threats such as North Korea. The treaty was adopted by a vote of 122 in favor with one country — NATO member The Netherlands — voting against, while Singapore abstained. None of the nine countries that possess nuclear weapons — the United States, Russia, Britain, China, France, India, Pakistan, North Korea and Israel — took part in the negotiations or the vote. Even Japan — the only country to have suffered atomic attacks, in 1945 — boycotted the talks as did most NATO countries. Loud applause and cheers broke out in a UN conference hall following the vote that capped three weeks of negotiations on the text providing for a total ban on developing, stockpiling or threatening to use nuclear weapons. Within hours of its adoption, the United States, Britain and France rejected the treaty and said they have no intention of joining it."

Crump Rodman 2016

#Saffron Wins Super Tuesday - Crump to Support H.R. 1976

'On the night of the Super Tuesday primary, where CNN™ is the most well known for its comprehensive coverage of who won what, why and "Where-for art Thou?', at what time, and with which flashy graphics, etc. the pundits in the Situation Room™ 2016 were constantly stalling for time to sell more advertising slots this year, and then parrying with open speculation from paid Nazi shills about what the hell will happen next with Obama at the UN and Crump in the White House. Moments of heated passionate exchange by these shills are always punctuated with a "man date, a man date," as Wolf Blitzer and Anderson Cooper pose tough questions to the staff during inspection time with General Baden Powell on patrol. Yet, during the CNN™'s Super Tuesday coverage yesterday, such a moment of disaster and spin run-off-the-rails emerged when former Obama staffer Von Miller came over to take on the #Saffron "Black" Panther activist Jeffrey Lord one-on-one in a steel cage match with tanto knives and crack pipes in a heated debate about drag racing, NASCAR, the Democratic Party and the Ku Klux Klan casino. The trouble began when fellow New York Times and Chicago Tribune reporter/contributor Andy Capp, a conservative disinformation agent with ties to the Christ-y mob, accused Crump of making "circus crazy, bell-whistle policy proposals" launched on his Reality TV show as a joke in order to "curry flavor" with prejudiced casino voters.'

Proposition One - HR 1334

Proposition One: H.R.1334 - Nuclear Weapons Abolition and Economic and Energy Conversion Act (2011) - "To provide for nuclear weapons abolition and economic conversion in accordance with District of Columbia Initiative Measure Number 37 of 1992, while ensuring environmental restoration and clean-energy conversion."

#Occupy Movement

'Endgame 2012' returns to the roots of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the non-violent traditions of civil disobedience to illustrate how our collective world religious traditions provide the ethical and moral strength - wisdom - that allows us to overcome the evils of violence and war through collective action. Most importantly, 'Endgame 2012' provides a concrete plan for world peace that is practical, able to be implemented without the radical destruction of political and economic foundations, restoring integrity and honor to civil society.

Endgame 2012 - A Plan for World Peace

In 2010, I wrote the ebook 'Endgame 2012' advocating for the passage of the 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to abolish war and nuclear weapons. Far from being a Utopian dream, the 28th Amendment is based on an existing legal precedent - Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution - which has been successful for over 64 years in effectively preventing the State in Japan from organizing and exporting political violence in war. The book features a debate on the 28th Amendment with the political theorist & philosopher Noam Chomsky of MIT.

Abolish War!

The 28th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: The Abolition of War & Nuclear Weapons. (1) Aspiring sincerely to an international peace based on justice and order, the American people forever renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes. (2) To accomplish the aim of the preceding paragraph, land, sea, and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained. The right of belligerency of the state will not be recognized.

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