Monday, March 27, 2017

New This Week (March 27, 2017)

Negotiations on a global nuclear weapons ban begin!
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Negotiations on a global nuclear weapons ban begin this week at the United Nations.

People EVERYWHERE are talking about the #nuclearban. (See below.)

I've just published a page with memes to share about the US efforts to stop this historic development.

Here are some more memes to share about WHY so many countries are supporting the nuclear ban:


Vote on resolution to negotiate a ban on nuclear weapons in 2017 (L-41)
Green - Yes (123, 76%)
Red - No (38, 24%)
Beige - Abstained
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Japan to Address UN on Nukes. (USA a No-Show?)
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The nuclear weapons era - and the significance of the Treaty of Tlatelolco.
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Iran supports #nuclearban. USA doesn't. (Huh?)
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#nuclearban
 . . . before our luck runs out!
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Three in four Australians think the government should support the UN
negotiations to prohibit nuclear weapons. Only one in ten thinks it shouldn't.
(Ipsos Poll, March 2017)
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Outrageous Canada is boycotting nuclear weapons ban talks #cdnpoli
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Hiroshima survivors UK tour 2017 - "Support the global nuclear ban"
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Please follow and engage with these activists
working to permanently ban #nuclearweapons
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They're talking about the #nuclearban in AUSTRALIA.
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They're talking about the #nuclearban in ENGLAND.
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They're talking about the #nuclearban in GERMANY.
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They're talking about the #nuclearban in ROMANIA.
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They're talking about the #nuclearban in NEW YORK CITY.
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