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Alan Maki

Alan Maki
Doing research at the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas

It's time to claim our Peace Dividend

It's time to claim our Peace Dividend

We need to beat swords into plowshares.

We need to beat swords into plowshares.

A program for real change...


What we need is a "21st Century Full Employment Act for Peace and Prosperity" which would make it a mandatory requirement that the president and Congress attain and maintain full employment.

"Voting is easy and marginally useful, but it is a poor substitute for democracy, which requires direct action by concerned citizens"

- Ben Franklin

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Monday, November 6, 2017

North Korea: Trump condems "strategic patience;" Jimmy Carter offers to negotiate the peace. Others calculate the costs of war.

Here we go, again, with Trump's attacks--- from threatening war to sanctioning the people to death--- on North Korea claiming "strategic patience" is a "failed policy."

What right does Trump have to dictate anything to North Korea when he won't even sit down and have face to face talks with the North Koreans--- in spite of his often stated campaign promises to do just that?

Where is Trump's response to Jimmy Carter who publicly made an offer to help resolve this situation by going to North Korea?

"Jimmy Carter offers to talk peace with North Korea's Kim, says academic"...


And this from Carter himself:

"Guest editorial: What I've learned from North Korea's leaders"...


Trump has a lot of unmitigated arrogant gall disdaining "strategic patience" when the only alternative may be war and nuclear annihilation.

Obviously there are those imbeciles and morons in the United States government hard at work calculating the costs of war:


Sanctions against North Korea intended to cause the people of North Korea extreme hardships are acts of war.

Make sure you check this out at the link above...

Guest editorial by Jimmy Carter: What I've learned from North Korea's leaders