3.12.10 fra Jan Viklund jan@ gandhitoday.org



Global Day of Listening to Afghans: Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers

+ 16 December: Daniel Ellsberg m.fl. kedjar sig vid Vita Huset




... i massiv Civil Olydnad Protest mot Krigs-vansinnet.

Detta exempel ur min digra mail-box "from over there" just nu.


One ounce of practice

is more worth than tons of theories.

-- M.K. Gandhi


19 December:

ringer jag de afghanska ungdomarna i Bamiyan

och uppmanar fler svenskar som bryr sig, att kontakta dem.

Delta i denna Globala Friendship!

Mountains can not reach mountains.

Only Man can reach Man.


Hoppas & Tror

Jan Viklund


Global Day of Listening to Afghans

To share the pain of Afghans and people in conflict all over the world,

please join us in Afghanistan by taking a few minutes on the

18th & 19th of December 2010 to Skype call us or call us directly,

from wherever you are...


To support our Open letter from Afghan Youth to our World Leaders,

by emailing “YES, Why not listen?”

Please call us…tell us when your heart has pain.


Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers




Gandhi TODAY



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Från: United for Peace and Justice <info@unitedforpeace.org>

Datum: fredag 3 dec 2010 18.37.05 GMT+01:00

Till: jan@gandhitoday.org

Ämne: Veterans are putting their bodies on the line to end war, will you join them?

Svara till: info@unitedforpeace.org


Dear Jan,

Come to Washington DC December 16th!

On Thursday, December 16, 2010, Veterans for Peace and others will stage the largest veteran-led civil resistance to U.S. wars in recent history.  After a rally at Lafayette Park in Washington, DC, many will engage in nonviolent civil resistance at the White House.  See
Stop These Wars for more information.  

During the Vietnam War, Martin Luther King called our government “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today.” This was true then—and even more so today. 

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan grind on, killing children every day, in our name, with our tax dollars. How long are we going to let this go on?

We believe that the power of courageous, committed people is greater than that of corporate warmongers. But we will only see our power when we use it collectively, when we stand together.

United for Peace and Justice urges everyone who can to go to DC on the 16th to support the action.  

For those who can’t go to DC, we call on UFPJ member groups to organize local solidarity demonstrations at noon at the Federal Building in your city.  Appropriate slogans would be “Mr: Obama: End These Wars!”, “Stop the Afghanistan War”, “Not Another Day, Not Another Dollar, Not Another Life”, “Jobs Not War”, and “Bring the Troops and War Dollars Home”.   

Register your action so others can find you and so that we can show the national scope of the response. 

UFPJ will produce a flyer for the local demonstrations which can be locally customized and we will send that out in the next few days. 

Questions? Email
ufpjafghanistan@gmail.com for information.

In Solidarity,

United for Peace and Justice

Help us continue to do this critical work: Make a donation to UFPJ today.

www.unitedforpeace.org | 212-868-5545
PO Box 607; Times Square Station; New York, NY 10108

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