Allegra Harpootlian: The Antiwar Movement No One Can See

Peace Intelligence

The Antiwar Movement No One Can See

In 2019, however, an antiwar movement seems to be brewing. It just doesn’t look like the ones that some remember from the Vietnam era and others from the pre-invasion-of-Iraq moment.

Instead, it’s a movement that’s being woven into just about every other issue that Americans are fighting for right now — which is exactly why it might actually work.

Marianne Williamson, one of the many (unlikely) Democratic candidates seeking the nomination, has even proposed a plan to transform America’s “wartime economy into a peace-time economy, repurposing the tremendous talents and infrastructure of [America’s] military industrial complex… to the work of promoting life instead of death.”

Phi Beta Iota: We know 22 million US veterans that want an end to war and a return to the Constitutional basics at home: live free or die.

See Also:

Review: A Politics of Love by Marianne Williamson with Additional Links

Review: The Conservative Sensibility by George F. Will – Handbook for an American Renaissance

Robert Steele: The Second American Revolution – Reflections on the Near Future UPDATE 2

Robert Steele: Reflections on The People’s Army, The Constitution, & Grand Strategy