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Jeremy Corbyn Aug 14
Nuclear weapons cannot solve the crises of our time. I was pleased to recently speak from Islington's very own Peace Park on day on why it’s time to step up our campaigning for peace and disarmament. Watch the video at
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The Link 🌍 Aug 9
Those who deny history, or who are oblivious, are apt to repeat it. That is the frightening, perhaps most disturbing aspect of the 75th anniversary this week of the American atomic bombing of and Nagasaki. Finian Cunningham
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David Blagden Aug 7
Since many are talking the history of Hiroshima, and a few on this side of the Atlantic are making hay with “weren’t the Americans evil?”, here’s a reminder that it was our attack too.
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ASNinaWrites Aug 9
The only country in history that has deployed nuclear weaponry is the United States
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Iran Aug 7
Many books can be written on crimes of arrogant armies
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Abingdon Peace Group Aug 6
Joined by our friends from Hiroshima again.
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Humanists UK Aug 8
As we observe the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of and , we consider this speech given in 1955 by Bertrand Russell. In a new age of atomic fear, he told the world: 'Remember your humanity, and forget the rest.'
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Fr Jay DeFolco Aug 7
"O God, hear my voice and grant insight and strength so that we may always respond to hatred with love, to injustice with total dedication to justice, to need with the sharing of self, to war with peace."
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Steve Topple Aug 7
New from me: : the propaganda about the made-up threat of nuclear war still keeps us terrified & servile, 75 years later Nuclear threat is a corporatist con. Don't believe me? Then read, open-minded, why. Do read/share & follow
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Deborah Castellano Lubov Aug 9
During , makes appeals for and for world free of nuclear arms
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ICRC Asia-Pacific Aug 7
The tragic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki took place 75 years ago. However, the threat of nuclear wars does not seem too distant when 14,000 warheads are currently placed around the world.
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Andrew Hill Aug 7
Some 60,000 Japanese men, women & children were killed & 100,000 injured; and almost the whole of a great seaport, a city of 250,000 people, was destroyed by blast or by fire.—John Hersey Lord have mercy🙏🏽 🎵Bach—Kyrie eleison, B minor mass
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Kristina Betinis Aug 8
Replying to @KristinaBetinis
The reaction of the American Trotskyists stood in stark contrast to that of the Stalinist Communist Party USA, the official union leaderships and the petty-bourgeois “left” liberals of the Nation, all of whom defended the US war crime.
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CND Aug 9
"We must protect and further strengthen the international nuclear disarmament regime." UN General Secretary reminds the world that the best way to remember Nagasaki Day is with nuclear disarmament.
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Peter Adamson🌍 Aug 9
The final day of my 4 day action for . I'm on the left, and on the right is Ron, who was a stalwart companion throughout. We will get rid of them
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Shivasis Mohanty Aug 9
Replying to @ImShivasis
The exact location where the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima was a hospital(now a clinic) named-'Shima Hospital'. Atleast 80 people,including patients & Medical staff present there on Aug 6,were instantaneously burned to death
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Troy Bramston Aug 7
[new article] My essay on the dropping of the atomic bomb 75yrs ago, which has has haunted the world ever since, including an interview with Harry Truman’s grandson Clifton Truman Daniel on visiting
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The Link 🌍 Aug 8
As the world reflects on the decision by the US to drop two atomic bombs on Japan at the end of , the reality is that the US nuclear enterprise remains the greatest threat to world peace.
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Praveen Davar Aug 6
is a grim reminder of the devastation n destruction one atomic bomb can cause. Today are armed to the teeth with nuclear is in their interest they don't provoke each other and live peacefully .
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AFSC Aug 7
Michiko Kodama was seven years old when the U.S. bombed Hiroshima. In 2015, she wrote this account of Aug. 6, 1945 and how that day has afflicted her and family since.
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