Even changes that are outwardly regressive and harmful eventually lead to deep suffering, forced new insight, and forward growth. We stand at a crossroads in which we can choose to grow through tremendous pain or profound joy.
We stop terrorism first of all by stopping our own terrorism!
That afternoon, I will fly to Las Vegas, to join over five hundred people of faith in a three day interfaith peace conference, where I will speak and then we will drive out to the Nevada Test Site, where hundreds of us will commit civil disobedience by walking onto the Test Site and getting arrested in a peaceful demand that they close this U.
If you want other nations to hold you in high regard, you first have to hold other nations in high regard, and treat every human being on the planet as a sister and brother. We are seen as terrorists by many around the world because we bombed and killedpeople in Iraq inand because we have over 20, weapons of mass destruction, many of them in my neighborhood in New Mexicowhich we are willing to use on any nation that does not support "U.
This is like trying to eliminate a virus by removing one cell at a time, while damage to the host body the worldincreases with each violent removal, and more illnesses terrorists are generated. For me, then the question, "How to Stop Terrorism?
Why are people who espouse violence--including most Americans, most TV commentators, most government officials, even most church people--so upset about these terrorist attacks, when they themselves support terrorism upon sisters and brothers elsewhere on the planet?
Stop business as usual, government as usual, media as usual, war as usual and demand peace, justice, and disarmament for the whole world, now. As I watch the TV news reporters and commentators, I am amazed at their lack of understanding.
And this growth in awareness and compassion is not optional. The only option or choice is whether we will grow consciously and joyously or unconsciously and painfully. I hope everyone everywhere will stand up in protest against nuclear terrorism on August 6th.
I know my way around the Tube. Thus, growth is not optional. On that new day, we will sow the seeds of love and peace and discover what a world without terrorism, war, poverty, and fear is like.
Groups such as al Qaeda are only effects, not causes. Beg the God of peace for the gift of peace. As someone once said, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
We are breeding thousands of new terrorists, desperate poor people who have nothing, whose backs are up against the wall, and who have learned from our total violence to adopt the lunacy of violence, even suicidal violence, to strike back, blow up trains and buses, and spend their lives spreading fear.
Study and teach the wisdom of nonviolence. We cannot fight terrorism by becoming terrorists. Then, we will live in peace with you. Stop terrorism cannot end terrorism by using the methods of terrorism to bomb and kill Iraqis, to occupy Iraq, to support the terrorist occupation of the Palestinians, and to hold the world hostage with our nuclear weapons.
To deal effectively with terrorists, the U. It is an inevitable part of existence. If you can help today—because every gift of every size matters—please do. Nearly everyone agrees that in all things change is inevitable. Which will you choose?
Or, will we choose to grow in awareness and compassion unconsciously and painfully, forced by world events to experience the same suffering as others have been experiencing, but in our own lives, within our own lands, upon our own doorsteps?
I believe that with the leadership of the United Nations, and an Apollo program type of commitment, the wealthy countries of the world now have the technology and resources to end much of humanities overwhelming, often unreported, suffering.
On August 6th, thousands of us across the country will remember that the United States vaporizedinnocent, ordinary people sixty years ago in Hiroshima, Japan, in the ultimate terrorist attack.The government has had psychotronic (mind interacting) technology since the 50's.
Other nations developed them too. That is what the cold war was all about. How Should the World Respond to Terrorism? Terrorism is an old phenomenon. To figure out how to end it, it’s worth sorting through what's changed, which precedents can inform future responses. Protecting the American people from terrorist threats is the reason the Department of Homeland Security was created, and remains our highest priority.
Preventing. Website for the UNITED NATIONS Office of Counter-Terrorism (OCT). If we want to stop terrorism, we need to stop supporting the terrorists.
II. Stop Supporting the Dictators Who Fund Terrorists. Saudi Arabia is the world’s largest sponsor of radical Islamic terrorists. The Saudis have backed ISIS and many other brutal terrorist groups.
The approach that can stop terrorism from multiplying lies in developing a long term plan, supported and financed by all nations of the world, that addresses the basic needs of all people on the planet, and helps them in an equitable, fair way.Download