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Sunday, November 8th, 2009
12:06 pm


Wars. We all understand very well that it’s just somebody’s business, somebody’s money. Cruel, bloody money.
Millionaires, multi-millionaires – their money are used in arms traffic, politics. All that happens in order to earn MORE money. I address to all oligarchs whose money are concerned with politics (and it means that they are concerned with all the wars):
BUY these five paintings! Give your fucking money for them! Hang them in your room, look at them and think about death. Think about those who died for your money. Think about death which is represented on these pictures and think about life which they are washed with – these pictures are sodden with my milk, with my life. I did it as hope that HUMAN life would become more important for you than money. Buy these paintings, accept this life and remember about it always. Look at them and think about the fact that you will die too and all the world can perish if we don’t invest money in life. Everything can disappear, and what for you accumulated all these millions and billions?
Buy these pictures and show to all the people fighting for their lives that you are worth being called a HUMAN BEING. After your death the world will remember that you didn’t live here for nothing.
Please! All those who read this – add me as a friend! Help me to extend my manifest. It must find it’s addressees.

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Monday, October 12th, 2009
1:54 am - Let's Move for Peace

 Hello everyone!
Can I please request you to watch this video
This is an infomercial about peace...
Please do rate and comment it...
Your help would be gladly appreciated
Thanks very much! ^_^

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Tuesday, November 28th, 2006
1:16 pm - Oppose Billions More for War!

From Just Foreign Policy. Take action here: http://www.justforeignpolicy.org/involved/iraq.html

Some in Washington refuse to acknowledge that the majority of Americans, like the majority of Iraqis, want an end to the U.S. occupation of Iraq. USA Today and Congressional Quarterly report that the Bush administration will ask Congress for a record amount of war money in 2007 - perhaps as high as $160 billion. That would be in addition to the $435 billion in military spending Congress already authorized for 2007.

That would mean one out of every five of our taxpayer dollars next year would go to military spending, and that's not even counting $17 billion on US nuclear weapons.

Money spent on the military and war is money that will not be available for pressing domestic needs, like health care, schools and combating poverty. Senator Kent Conrad, the Democrat who will oversee the Senate budget next year, told USA Today the high military price tag "is going to increasingly become an issue." He said it could restrict the availability of money to expand Medicare's prescription drug coverage.

We set up a web page that makes it easy to write a letter to your senators and representatives asking them not to pour more money into a failed and destructive policy in Iraq. More money means more young American soldiers will die and be horribly injured in this needless war and more Iraqi civilians will die at the hands of our troops.

Our suggested talking points also ask senators and representatives to place conditions on any money that is appropriated, setting a firm deadline for the withdrawal of all troops and requiring the administration to directly engage Iraq's neighbors, especially Iran and Syria.

We encourage you to use our talking points as a guide, since personalized letters may have more impact.

For more information, click here to see the story in the USA Today and here to see the Congressional Quarterly article.

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Tuesday, November 8th, 2005
2:45 pm - EVERYONE should watch this.
hatchelt http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/4417024.stm

Italian state TV, Rai, has broadcast a documentary accusing the US military of using of phosphorus bombs against civilians in the Iraqi city of Falluja.

here's the film:


and a few sites:



still think we should be in iraq? still think we're doing the right thing?

please post this on, post it everywhere. everyone needs to see what's really happening out there.

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Wednesday, June 15th, 2005
11:27 pm

peace pilgrim's mantra

hair made of silver feathers, no time for vanity
stepping county to county, kicking ass and taking names
inhaling honeysuckle wind and amber rain
i do not ask for food; i do not ask for anything
in this second life, except perhaps a pair of new shoes
for my long, long journey

feet do not ache, but urge me to advance
wind always at my back, sun always on my face
too far to quit, too old to begin
identity gone from this world, escaping into the next
while the fear of dry-ice painful hell
goes to sleep on the day of my death

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Saturday, January 1st, 2005
1:43 am - 2005 Nuvolab / Xi Magazine
djlab Xi Magazine, the first online, interactive, free magazine for peace and equality, was launched at midnight on New Years Eve by Nuvolab Atomika. http://nuvolab.com


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Monday, March 24th, 2003
2:31 am

war stinks.

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