End the U.S. Policy of Perpetual War

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For every 1,000 signatures, NationofChange will send a letter to President Trump, telling him to end the U.S. policy of perpetual war.

[Update 3/16/17: We have sent the first letter to President Trump with 1,000+ of your signatures. We will continue to send letters every 1,000 signatures. Thank you!]

As Michael Payne puts it, “The War on Terror is not a war unto itself; it is just one facet of the larger agenda of perpetual war that this government, filled with bloodthirsty war hawks, has conducted for far too long.”

For the last 15 years America, has been engaged in perpetual war.

Our government tells us to be afraid, and that terrorist groups pose a great threat to our country. But America has played the largest role in the origin, spread, and cultivation of these terrorist groups with our constant aggressive military policies.

It is time for the United States to end this state of perpetual war, to bring our troops home, and to cease our aggressive military policies.

Please join us in telling President Trump to stop the war on terror. We need to promote peace and communication between countries, not aggressive foreign policy and military practices.


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  • Headlines: “FBI Says US ‘Military Presence’ Responsible for Rise in Terror Attacks,” “War on Terror Is ‘Biggest Motivation’ for Homegrown Terrorists.” War is an age-old scam that profits the war industries (and their political toadies) while it threatens domestic security and democracy.
  • Sandra Mortensen
  • War is obsolete. We live together or die together.
  • We can not afford more wars, neither the $ cost, nor the human cost. The only ones that profit are the owning class in the military industrial complex, and they are vultures that deserve to be jailed.
  • No one wins with war!!!
  • NO MORE WAR… USE THE MONEY TO FIX THIS COUNTRY AND PROVIDE JOBS AND SECURITY FOR EVERY SINGLE AMERICAN! DAMMIT!
  • We will send a letter to President Obama, telling him to end the U.S. policy of perpetual war.
  • We will send a letter to President Obama, telling him to end the U.S. policy of perpetual war.
  • We will send a letter to President Obama, telling him to end the U.S. policy of perpetual war. http://bullhorn.nationofchange.org/end_u_s_policy_of_perpetual_war?recruiter_id=87925
  • Perpetual war has gained us nothing to this point unless we learn that a military response to terrorism is ineffective. Yes, it makes money for the military-industrial complex, but that is insufficient justification.
  • Benjamin Kenagy
  • Gerry Cullen
  • Stacy Wykle
  • Becky Andrews
  • We need to stop this senseless killing which is not only inhumane but will only lead to increased hate of US and encourage terrorism against America.

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