Friends, as members of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, we say congratulations to our friends and colleagues around the world who are part of an international campaign to abolish nuclear weapons, ICAN. The Nobel Committee awarded ICAN the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for its work to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons, and for its groundbreaking efforts to achieve a treaty based on the prohibition of such weapons. ICAN is made up of some 400 groups in more than 100 countries. The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation has been an ICAN member since the beginning decades ago. This year we’re proud to work with ICAN and many dedicated non-nuclear countries to bring into existence the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The Nobel Peace Prize recognizes many decades of campaigning by activists around the world. We still have a lot of work to do to achieve a nuclear weapons-free world, and hope that this prestigious honor will encourage all of us to work even harder alongside others with this goal.
So, today, we can take a moment to celebrate this prize, which is directed against mass-insanity and suicide which we pay for with our taxes. Rather than paying for medical care, we pay for suicide, biocide, ending the life on the planet of the human race and a lot of other life as well. It’s time for us to end this charade.
Today I’m very fortunate to have a third visit from Matthew Hoh because he has so very much to say. We’re proud of the great awakening that’s taking place internationally. (Read More)