Block War Funding

Please sign this petition to the Congress of the United States:

We call on you to help our country turn away from what Martin Luther King Jr. called “the madness of militarism.” As a vital step, we urge you to enact legislation to block the use of any U.S. taxpayer funds for continuing warfare, directly or by proxy, in Syria. We further implore you to strive for better relations with Russia instead of fueling the current conflicts that could lead to nuclear annihilation of us all. While defunding endless and disastrous wars as well as cutting wasteful military expenditures, you can provide funds for urgent human and environmental needs.

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Number Date Name Please add comment.
22171 1 year ago Brian Willoughby Not just Syria, but the U.S. government should stop funding all warfare!
22170 1 year ago Vincent Berg
22169 1 year ago Renn Strong
22168 1 year ago Ardis Jackson
22167 1 year ago Anonymous
22166 1 year ago Deboir Quick
22165 1 year ago Anonymous Stop the suffering of Syrians by stopping the US Regime of intervention of a sovereign country like Syria
22164 1 year ago Melissa Arceneaux
22163 1 year ago Mary Ames
22162 1 year ago Terry Eaton This MUST be a top priority, to end militarization of our nation, including our local police departments, and such agencies as ICE, and to stop funding those who engage in militarization and acts of...
22161 1 year ago Swami Pujananda
22160 1 year ago Kenneth Chambers
22159 1 year ago erin yarrobino
22158 1 year ago Kelly Kraus
22157 1 year ago Jennifer Koch
22156 1 year ago Esther Schmeer
22155 1 year ago Asami Haraguchi To my shame, The government of our country Japan didn't signed Nuclear Weapons Convention. In spite of that I please your congress to make an effort for avoid war. At least I do what I can do.....
22154 1 year ago Cheryl Ash
22153 1 year ago Andrew Warren
22152 1 year ago David Landa
22151 1 year ago David Landa
22150 1 year ago patrick Martin
22149 1 year ago Christina Viljoen
22148 2 years ago eric brill
22147 2 years ago Matthew Baron
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> Speech by Martin Luther King Jr. at Western Michigan University (Dec 18th, 1963).