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It doesn’t matter what your reasons are for objecting
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a strip of white fabric, worn around the arm – no cost,
no time – just your opinion, worn publicly is all we
are asking for.
Our aim is to unite all anti-war/peace groups, politicians,
musicians, artists and individuals who object to the war in
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We established ARMS AGAINST WAR as a way of protesting and
recognising other protesters, from any group, as being of
the same intent - an end to the war in Iraq. Politicians and
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We wear a simple piece of any scrap of white fabric around
our arms - at marches, in photos, in court, on TV, during
speeches, at signings etc. This is NOT an arrestable offence
as there are no words, it costs nothing, it is instant, it
is constant and it is worldwide . Please consider sharing or
adopting this symbol so that the world of objectors can begin
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I would also add that the action of putting on the armband
is an act of self empowerment that lifts me from impotent
and powerless, to a point of activism, it is a small gesture,
but by this simple act, I am no longer still and silent. Thank
you for taking the time to read this and I wish us all success
- we need it and...we need you. - Tina Louise
She is Iraq
Imagine seeing all politicians who object to the war, standing by their beliefs and wearing an armband...imagine celebrities, group, protesters, marchers, students, individuals and all who agree "I want an end to the war in Iraq", showing this by wearing a simple white armband, being seen, starting conversations, encouraging discussion and above all else - showing unity of purpose and solidarity with all who want the same.
Two thousand years ago, a Roman Senator suggested that all slaves
wear white armbands to better identify them.
"No," said a wiser Senator.
"If they see how many of them there are, they may revolt."