Peace: May 1787

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Regions of the World with American Wars

"The loud little handful will shout for war. The pulpit will warily and cautiously protest at first…The great mass of the nation will rub its sleepy eyes, and will try to make out why there should be a war, and they will say earnestly and indignantly: ‘It is unjust and dishonorable and there is no need for war.' Then the few will shout even louder…Before long you will see a curious thing: anti-war speakers will be stoned from the platform, and free speech will be strangled by hordes of furious men who still agree with the speakers but dare not admit it...Next, statesmen will invent cheap lies, putting blame upon the nation that is attacked, and every man will be glad of those conscience-soothing falsities, and will diligently study them, and refuse to examine any refutations of them; and thus he will by and by convince himself that the war is just, and will thank God for the better sleep he enjoys after this process of grotesque self-deception."

--Mark Twain



Motto: "A Peaceful World is Possible" (Note: Section 2. Proclaiming Your Dream: Developing Vision and Mission Statements

Your vision is your dream. It's what your organization believes are the ideal conditions for your community; that is, how things would look if the issue important to you were completely, perfectly addressed. It might be a world without war... (emphasis my own) )

Alternative: "Invest in America First"


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To create a peaceful world by pressuring local United States representatives in Congress to vote for peace or lose in the next election. (Note: Section 2. Proclaiming Your Dream: Developing Vision and Mission Statements

Mission statements are similar to vision statements, in that they, too, look at the big picture. However, they're more concrete, and they are definitely more "action-oriented" than vision statements. Your vision statement should inspire people to dream; your mission statement should inspire them to action.

The mission statement might refer to a problem, such as an inadequate housing, or a goal, such as providing access to health care for everyone. And, while they don 't go into a lot of detail, they start to hint - very broadly - at how your organization might fix these problems or reach these goals. )


Internationally, the United States is the most violent country in the world.

The goal of May 1787 Political Action Committee is to change American foreign policy for the purpose of:

  • Investing more money domestically instead of internationally.
  • [Stop terrorism blowback]

Our goal is to put extreme pressure on targeted Congressmen to vote for Peace or lose in their next election. Using the National Rifle Association as a guide, we will support pro-peace candidates, regardless of their party affiliation.


Action Plans


  • Throughout the world, on any given day, a man, woman or child is likely to be displaced, tortured, killed or "disappeared", at the hands of governments or armed political groups. More often than not, the United States shares the blame. — Amnesty International. 1996.
  • ... A "conservative estimate is (that the United States has killed) at least 6 million civilians and soldiers (since the end of World War 2)." — The Washington Post.


Powerpoint presentation

Invest in America First File:Peace various papers Page 01.jpg
Military-Industrial Complex File:Peace various papers Page 02.jpg
Congressional Military-Industrial Complex File:Peace various papers Page 03.jpg
The Six organizations which support the status quo of war. File:Peace various papers Page 04.jpg
Which of these six organizations are most influenced by a grassroots organization? File:Peace various papers Page 05.jpg
Military File:Peace various papers Page 06.jpg
Corporations File:Peace various papers Page 07.jpg
Government (Congressional) File:Peace various papers Page 08.jpg
Education File:Peace various papers Page 09.jpg
Foreign Governments File:Peace various papers Page 10.jpg
Media File:Peace various papers Page 11.jpg
The government is the most influenced by grassroots organizations. File:Peace various papers Page 12.jpg