There was a major uprising in Western Europe against the nuclear arms race in parallel with the Nuclear Weapon Free movement in the United States, as can be seen in this October 22, 1983 photo of a Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament protest in London. Photo by Jean Guichard/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images

How to avoid nuclear war with China

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There was a major uprising in Western Europe against the nuclear arms race in parallel with the Nuclear Weapon Free movement in the United States, as can be seen in this October 22, 1983 photo of a Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament protest in London. Photo by Jean Guichard/Sygma/Sygma via Getty Images

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Raven
Raven
11 months ago

In my lifetime, I’ve seen the Cold War, been on the Frontline of nuclear disarmament and other campaigns to save the earth, and met amazing warriors and seen the beauty that lies in the hearts of the compassionate. That the threats of nuclear war, that nations feel comfortable using those threats, is anathema. All I can think is WTF? It’s time to decide once and for all: life or death? Yes, it IS that simple.

Gary Childress
Gary Childress
10 months ago
Reply to  Raven

I’m sorry for the way you feel, Raven. I wish there were something I as an individual ordinary US citizen could do to stop what at least some world leaders seem to be pushing us toward (or perhaps this is a cooperative disaster that most if not all of us all responsible for). But I feel very hopeless and unable to affect the amount of positive change that is needed in this situation. I’m agnostic with regards to religion and stuff but if there is a God out there somewhere, then all I want, all I’ll ever ask for from… Read more »

Last edited 10 months ago by Gary Childress

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