Stop the Killing

Suddenly the dead become part of some larger, more complex picture, and thus not our business to stop. The “regret” we express is for PR purposes only; it’s part of the strategy.

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Here Comes the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize, Dragging a Broken Moral Compass

Norman Solomon Common Dreams http://www.commondreams.org/view/2013/10/07 The announcement of this year’s Nobel Peace Prize winner, set for October 11, is sure to make big news. The prize remains the most prestigious in the world. But the award has fallen into an evasive pattern, ignoring the USA’s continuous “war on terror” and...

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Peaceful Revolution? Gandhi’s Four Paths to Get There

Madhu Suri Prakash Yes! Magazine http://www.truth-out.org/opinion/item/17598-peaceful-revolution-gandhis-four-paths-to-get-there Gandhi lived Ahimsa as a daily practice, waging peace to stop war and violence. His lifelong “experiments” with truth proved that truth force is more powerful than brute force. Ahimsa reveals forms of peace that extend far beyond mere absence of war. For Gandhi,...

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