Wednesday, September 17, 2008

'Voters for Peace' adopt Civil Informationing principles

It appears someone has been paying attention to us and realizing that marching around in circles leads nowhere, regardless of how many marchers you have and how much you scream and yell. They seem to recognize that we must BE the media and that we must act locally, and civilly to be effective and to stop wasting time, energy and resources.

We think 9/11 Truth will do well to pay attention to this!

(Excerpt from an e-mail received from Voters for Peace)

Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 10:50:49 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Announcing the year's largest anti-war mobilization

September 15, 2008

Dear ....,

Be part of history.

This Tuesday, Voters for Peace will be participating in a historic press conference with 19 other national organizations announcing "Million Doors for Peace." Nearly 10,000 people have already signed up to participate in exponentially expanding the peace movement. On September 20, 2008 we all talk to our neighbors and sign them up to tell their elected officials to end the Iraq war and occupation now.

Be part of this effort. We need you to help build a peace movement that cannot be ignored by the next President and Congress.

Million Doors for Peace will be the year's largest anti-war mobilization. It is different from previous anti-war mobilizations because volunteers will be talking to people where they live instead of gathering in one place - such as the National Mall in Washington, D.C. - for a traditional protest. Most Americans oppose the war in Iraq, but have never been directly invited to participate in an anti-war action. By engaging people where they live, neighbor-on-neighbor, Million Doors for Peace will elevate the debate over the war and its costs. We will be asking our neighbors to sign the following petition to Congress:


For five years the anti-war community has protested, written letters, sent emails and made phone calls, and we haven't ended the war. We need to grow the anti-war movement, find NEW people who we haven't met yet, and those who haven't already made up their minds.

You'll be provided with a script, talking points and a walk list in your neighborhood. And, you will be part of a coordinated effort to build a peace movement that elected officials will be unable to ignore.


Kevin B. Zeese

VotersForPeace is a nonpartisan organization that does not support or oppose candidates for office.

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Note: Bold emphasis added by 911 CI Blog. We do not necessarily support Voters for Peace and this post should not be construed as an endorsement. It's just food for thought, and we encourage thinking before you act. We feel this group is on the right track in terms of getting it's message out and being EFFECTIVE.

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