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Activists Make Statement at Nuke Base: Our Children Deserve Better!

Abolish nukes 3Activists briefly blockaded the entrance to a West Coast nuclear weapons base in a statement against U.S. Nuclear modernization efforts on the eve of Mothers Day.

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Statement from Lenape Center for Abolition 2000 Annual General Meeting

This statement from the Lenape Center was delivered at the beginning of Abolition 2000′s Annual General Meeting on May 2, 2015.

lenape centerWelcome to the Land of the Lenape, Lenapehoking.

Mother Earth has provided for us everything we need to experience life since the beginning of time.

This generosity has been abused by the addiction of profit, and her body deemed a commodity.  We have prostituted our life-giving Mother to our greed; our vicious lust for profit has caused great injury to her body, a body that sustains us.  Climate change is the symptom, global warming is her fever and the disease is greed.

Had we kept a relationship of honor and respect with the Earth, we would not be in this climate change predicament, nor would we be here today to speak of peace and disarmament.

The root cause of climate change, the weapons race, nuclear proliferation, and the military industrial complex are one: Humans have lost their natural calibration to the life-giving cycles of our planet.    Heart, consciousness, compassion, balance, have ceased to be spun into life, and into renewal : Humans no longer feel an obligation to honor Earth’s true role as the life-giver and respectfully follow her natural cycles. The overwhelming obligation is now profit, at all costs.

Welcome to Lenapehoking and into a call for a new cycle of consciousness.

Will you wave goodbye to nuclear weapons?

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Waving goodbye to nuclear weapons from the Scottish parliament

On April 26 and 27, all around the world, people will be waving goodbye to nuclear weapons. Will you be one of them?

Global Wave 2015 will start at 1 pm on April 26 at a huge peace rally in New York. It will then go westward with waves one hour apart – at 1pm in each time-zone – until it arrives back in New York on April 27 for the opening day of the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference at the United Nations.

The message of the wave: Start the negotiations for the complete prohibition and elimination of nuclear weapons. Free up the $100 billion nuclear weapons budget for better use, including addressing climate change, ending poverty and providing basic health care and education for the world.

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