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Democracy Now! Nov 12
Replying to @democracynow
"Wars almost always cause more problems than they solve," says Adam Hochschild, on lessons from the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI. He urges Trump and others to "think long and hard before starting a new war."
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JP Nov 11
If media about real warfare consistently depicted it as the abomination that it is, public opposition to it would be far more widespread, and there would be fewer wars. This acknowledge that if you make a game that makes real war seem fun, you have harmed the world.
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John Fugelsang Nov 12
Because after you've lied abt donating $1 mil to vets, never once visited combat troops abroad, blown off the US cemetery on & sent troops to the border for an election stunt, a real leader spends calling for absentee military ballots to not be counted.
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Robert Evans (The Other Robert Evans) Nov 11
. Fuck war, and fuck armies.
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William Shakespeare Nov 11
I am grateful to every British veteran on . But I always wish Wilfred Owen had lasted seven days more.
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The Rebel Nov 12
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The Rebel Nov 13
Watch stare down the sleeping King of at the ceremony in Paris! 🤨😴
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patrick jones Nov 12
The state of this - insulting to those who actually gave their lives for this country
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Paul Ciantar Nov 13
If you're not COMPLETELY outraged by not attending or ceremonies then you have ZERO right to bitch about respecting the troops or flag when black athletes
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Popular Resistance Nov 11
Military family member confronts George W. Bush in on to return her Freedom Medal - No more wars, no more folded flags.
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Dissent Magazine Nov 12
Replying to @DissentMag
There was more resistance to the draft during WWI than Vietnam. “A rich man’s war and a poor man’s fight,” as radicals called it
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Dissent Magazine Nov 12
Replying to @mkazin
The most popular song in the U.S. in 1915 was called “I Didn’t Raise My Boy to be a Soldier,” channeling the spirit of the women-led peace movement:
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The House of Kongo Nov 16
, the place where World War I really ended.
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TenthAmendmentCenter Nov 12
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Lamagia Smith Jan 16
How about we call it as it is and . We have a man who is a master at manipulating the narrative but has demonstrated he has empathy for no one. This is about his ego and his failed campaign promise. He stay in the White House for optics. But on no show
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Livemint Nov 13
French President Emmanuel Macron’s speech on warns of global chaos and death due to rising nationalism and isolationism.
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Battlemaps Nov 11
"If ye break faith with us who die We shall not sleep, though poppies grow In Flanders fields."
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Annett Grimm 📝 Nov 12
"I am the German chancellor". When told a 101-year-old lady that she is not Brigitte Macron.
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Kansas City, MO Nov 11
Here is the Peace and Remembrance illumination display at that ran for nine days up to . It marked the centennial of the Armistice of 1918 that brought an end to WWI.
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Helen Amass Nov 12
Did you catch on BBC for last night? Director Peter Jackson talks to about how he made the film and about the teacher who took a starring role in his very first movie.
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