Tag Archives: Pacifism

Quote – John Lennon

    You know, I really thought that love would save us all. But now I’m wearing a Chairman Mao badge. – John Lennon (Rolling Stone, Feb. 4, 1971) Here are links to the interview: Part 1 & Part 2

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Peaceniks for Imperialism

Canada’s Peace Magazine and the promotion of non-military warfare in the service of US foreign policy goals By Stephen Gowans While apparently possessing impeccable leftwing credentials, the Canadian publication, Peace Magazine, is a bulwark of conservatism which virtually operates as … Continue reading

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The Violence of “Nonviolence”

by David Cyr (Originally posted on ChenangoGreens.org, January 23, 2011) What was the motivation for America’s “nonviolent” movement, and what did the pacification of protest produce? Have you ever wondered why the liberals, who worship the Founding Fathers and patriots … Continue reading

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Violence Begets Defeat or Too Much Pacifism?

by Michael Albert (Originally posted on ZNet, February, 10, 2012) “But remember that if the struggle were to resort to violence, it will lose vision, beauty and imagination. Most dangerous of all, it will marginalize and eventually victimize women. And … Continue reading

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Proletarian Heroes: Robert F. Williams

Robert Franklin Williams (February 26, 1925 – October 15, 1996) was a civil rights leader, the president of the Monroe, North Carolina NAACP chapter in the 1950s and early 1960s, and author. At a time when racial tension was high … Continue reading

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MLK Day: the Lessons of Pacifism & the Civil Rights Movement

From The Red Phoenix, official blog of the American Party of Labor: MLK Day: the Lessons of Pacifism & the Civil Rights Movement.

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Pacifism and the War (1942)

by George Orwell About a year ago I and a number of others were engaged in broadcasting literary programmes to India, and among other things we broadcast a good deal of verse by contemporary and near-contemporary English writers — for … Continue reading

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Pacifism: How to Do The Enemy’s Job For Them

Pacifism: How to Do The Enemy’s Job For Them.

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