Movement for Abolition of War (MAW) has Opened New Wordpress to Publish Insightful Contributions

Movement for Abolition of War's (MAW) Youth Committee   has launched a new blog which has aimed to enhance accessibility information concerning abolition of war. The web address can be found at: 
Please send anything you would like to contribute to  
In doing so, MAW's Youth Committee is offering the best contribution to the blog an opportunity for their piece to be published in the Quarterly Magazine"Abolish War" which is available across the UK.
Please support MAW - Time to Abolish War, Peace is a Human Right!
Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding, Albert Einstein.

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Comment by Al LeBlanc on February 3, 2016 at 5:28pm

Agree, "Time to Abolish War, Peace is a Human Right ! "

War Peace Paradox, "fight wars to win peace."

What about "win peace to fight wars" ?  "Win Hearts & Minds"

Incumbent IndividualMoralSocialMedia Responsibility to use our PersonalCyberPower for "WorldPeace&PlanetSurvival."

Checkout #Cyperpeacefare !  Become CyberWorldPeaceCitizen ! UpU&MeUsAll ?


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