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Antiwar Pro-Peace Slogan Giveaway

Antiwar Pro-Peace Slogan Giveaway

It’s another election year and that means listening to politicians spout catchy slogans encouraging voters to pick them as supreme ruler. is launching our own campaign using pro-peace slogans to counter the propaganda voters are bombarded with this year. Supporters can submit their own pro-peace slogans over the next month for a chance to win merch. We’re looking for slogans with creativity, originality, & a positive, counter propaganda pro-peace message. No matter who wins this election, the empire will still reign, but at least we can poke fun at it & give away some prizes. is giving away 40 lapel pins, bumper stickers, & a copy of America’s War for the Greater Middle East by Andrew J. Bacevich to the best pro-peace slogans submitted on social media from 9/14 through 11/11. Five of the best slogans will also receive a copy of Scott Horton’s book Fool’s Errand. Here’s how to enter on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.


To enter, tweet your best pro-peace slogan on twitter. Use the hashtag #PeaceSlogan and tag our secondary account @AntiwarNews


On Facebook, you can post the slogan directly to your personal profile page but to enter you either need to share that post with us in the Facebook group or post it directly to the group. Feel free to include the link to this blog post so others can learn about the giveaway and enter as well. Remember to include the hashtag #PeaceSlogan


If you are so graphically inclined and would like to also post your entry to Instagram as a graphic please tag our account and use the hashtag #PeaceSlogan. You can also just post a pro-peace image and include the slogan in the text area of the Instagram post.

Don’t use social media at all or have questions or problems? Email us at

Here are some examples we came up with to get you inspired:

Hey, hey Donald J, how many kids did you lock up today?

Better Peace Than Fleeced (Better Red Than Dead)

Peace, baby, Peace (Drill, baby, drill)

Make America Grateful Again

On November 15st, 40 of the best slogans will be chosen and you will be contacted to receive your prize. Don’t hold back but remember the slogan should resemble something that could be used in a peace campaign, not just insulting who’s in power.

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Poster Art Contest Winners

And the Poster Art winners are… 

Judging this contest was just plain hard–so many great submissions to review but we have finally settled on the best. Our criteria was based on simplicity, clean lines, & the effectiveness/closeness to old school poster propaganda. We also took into account evergreen ability and the use of slogans rather than quotes. All of the posters submitted will be shared daily on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts over the next two months and the winners will get a shout out on the BitcoinNotBombs Instagram account, our Facebook group and AntiwarNews backup Twitter account. Follow along on all the above social media feeds for updates, future contests and giveaway details. is blessed to have so many talented artists as supporters of our work and of peace. We have been talking about turning some of the art from this contest into T-Shirts and posters for sale and for future giveaways. Sign up for the PeaceNow email list to be notified of the relaunch of our store!

1st place winner and recipient of a 5oz silver pyramid ingot and 50gram silver skull ingot from Roberts and Roberts Brokerage is Matt Haas. Follow Matt on Instagram and check out his portfolio site here.

Do With Less/ Military Industrial Complex
Do With Less/ Military Industrial Complex

2nd place winner and recipient of $100 worth of BitcoinCash from is Andrew Zehnder. Follow Andrew on Instagram and Twitter.

Why do the birds attack?
Why do the birds attack?

3rd place winner and recipient of $100 worth of BitcoinCash from is Willikin Wolf. Follow Willikin on Instagram and twitter.

The Fool Tarot Card
The Fool Tarot Card

4th place winner and recipient of $100 worth of BitcoinCash from is Chris Primosic.

End The Wars All of Them dove target
End The Wars All of Them dove target

5th place winners and recipient of 1 50gram silver skull ingots. From Roberts and Roberts Brokerage is Ivo Lovric.

No War, hole in the head
No War, hole in the head

6th place winners and recipient of 1 50gram silver skull ingots. From Roberts and Roberts Brokerage is Jeb Emerson. Follow Jeb on Instagram and twitter.

Loose Lips Might End Wars
Loose Lips Might End War

7th place winner and the recipient of a Make Art Not War T-Shirt from the PeaceNow shop is Druw Perez. Follow Druw on Instagram and Twitter.

No More War Fish/Bomb
No More War Fish/Bomb

8th place winner and the recipient of a Make Art Not War T-Shirt from the PeaceNow shop is Jeremiah Harding. Follow Jeremiah on Instagram and Twitter.

Don't be a Drone
Don’t be a Drone

We have 10 Honorable mentions who will receive an swag pack including an assortment of books, pens and stickers.

These were not easy to pick either but some were a no-brainer. First up Was Don Nash of Salt Lake City. While one image in particular caught our eye, Don never stopped submitting images during the duration of the contest. 27 in total and you can see all of them along with all the other posters on the entire post here. Don’s are stacked at the bottom and you can also check out his art portfolio site here.

Won, Don Nash

Honorable mention #2. Kitty, Simple, a great take on a classic image yet honest.

I want you to have democracy or ill kill you.

Honorable mention #3. While the image is interesting this one is a take on a well know quote from the late co-founder Justin Raimondo. Thank you Natalie Fawn Danelishen.

War is not Patriotic

Honorable mention #4 Niketas Paloyannides, “Some real future” The use of the clock is powerful. Time is something we here in the peace community think about a lot. We just might be running out.

Some real Future
Some real Future

Honorable mention #5. Josh Everson “That Shining Beacon”. Do you ever get the impression that the very money in your hand is directly responsible for war?

That Shining Beacon
That Shining Beacon

Honorable mention #6. Jan R. Weinberg “Fear Sells” And the media is perhaps even more responsible for the troubles of this world than the politicians.

Fear Sells
Fear Sells

Honorable mention #7. Edgar Cards :Bring the Troops home” Simplicity, that’s it, that’s what we want.

Bring The Troops Home
Bring The Troops Home

Honorable mention #8. David Timothy Holdsworth “Repent.” Very simple.


Honorable mention #9. Danny Hellman. “Two parties one agenda” We shied away from some of the images of the current president for evergreen ability but this one hits home what we have said for years, They are the same.

Two Parties One Agenda
Two Parties One Agenda

Honorable mention #10. Last but never least is long time Antiwar supporter, graphic designer and BitcoinNotBombs co-founder Davi Barker. “Stop Wars” Pop culture references are powerful and this one has a long history in libertarian circles. This image and slogan is what in many ways was the impatience for the creation of the Bitcoin Not Bombs logo.

Stop Wars
Stop Wars

Thank you to everyone who participated in our poster art contest and congratulations to the winners. View all of the entries here and feel free to download your favorites and share them as you like. Until next time, Peace!

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Poster Art Contest Entries

The Antiwar Poster art contest has ended with 24 amazing artists submitting 88 wonderful Antiwar posters. Have a look below and feel free to download your favorites to share with your friends on social media.

All entities will be shared on’s social media pages, follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to see them all. If you would like to follow as the winners are announced over the next few weeks follow our Backup Twitter account, Facebook group and BitcoinNotBombs on Instagram.

Jeremiah Harding. IG @insanityisfree & Twitter @insanityisfree

David Gomadza

Danny Hellman. IG @dannyhellmanillustration & Twitter @dannyhellman

krishnakant Vishwakarma

Willikin Wolf. IG: @WillikinWolf & Twitter @WillikinWolf

Collaboration between Jason and Marchella.

Twitter: @JasonBassler1 & @1Marchella

No War.
The First Casualty.
For Your Country.
Profits of War.
No War.

Ivo Lovric

Matt Haas. IG: & Portfolio Site

Chess with Iran
Die for Empire
Tank Collage
End the Fed / End the War
Hakim Jilani
Smedley Butler
Legacy of War
Stop Wars Collage

Davi Barker. IG: @muslimagorist & Twitter @MuslimAgorist

Loose Lips Might End Wars
I want you to be antiwar
Anti-war of the world unite

Jeb Emerson. Twitter @Locjeb

Natalie Fawn Danelishen. Twitter: @Chesschick01

Apocalypse now
Gunter grass
Merry Christmas Yemen
Monkey with a hand grenade
War is a racket

John Beverly Greene Wilson. Twitter @jbeverlygreene2

Andrew Zehnder. IG: @ludwigvonmisespieces & Tw: @LvMisesPieces

David Timothy Holdsworth.

IG: @davidtholdsworth & Twitter: @PeacefulContem1

Jan R. Weinberg. Twitter: @ShowUpAmerica

Kitty. Twitter: @AgoristKitty

Volker FRICK

Chris Primosic

Connor O’Keeffe. Twitter: @ConnorMOKeeffe


Josh Everson. Twitter @josheverson

Bring The Troops Home

Edgar Cards. IG: @edgarcards & Twitter @edgarcards

Niketas Paloyannides

Druw Perez. IG: @druwski_ & Twitter: @Madvillainy1


And last but defiantly not least is Don Nash of Salt Lake City. The most prolific contestant with 28 posters. Check out his portfolio site here.

Please feel free to download your favorite antiwar posters and share them on your own social media pages. We will be announcing the winners soon and you can be the first to know about the winners and future contests by subscribing to the PeaceNow newsletter.

Thank you all for participating in the Antiwar Poster Art Contest!

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Antiwar Poster Art Contest

The Antiwar Poster Art contest has ended and you can see all the entries here and the winners here.

Recent developments in Iran have the world up in arms over the threat of escalation and a larger conflict in the middle east. Thousands have taken to the streets in protest and the internet is ablaze with memes and posts calling for #PeaceWithIran. Now, we want to give you the opportunity to add your artistic style to the momentum and show the world that you are pro-peace.

During World War I and World War II, war posters where a popular form of propaganda used largely by the U.S. Government to convince Americans to support the war effort, enlist in the army and even buy war bonds to pay for it. War Propaganda Posters are well known, but at its core, it is a mode of communication aimed at influencing the attitude of a community toward some cause or position.

Now in the digital age, internet memes have, somewhat, become the new propaganda poster of the of the 21st century. But we’d like to stretch that vehicle into full blown posters aimed at countering the propaganda of the mainstream media and government officials in Washington. We’re looking for creativity that goes beyond just any old internet meme. Be Pro-Peace or Antiwar, we are open to any and all entries you can come up with. We are judging on your creativity and ability to deliver a clear message and not so much just humor or irony.

Need a little inspiration? Check out this post on the history of propaganda art and the various styles it took form in.

To Enter, just choose one of the image sizes and follow the submission guidelines below. Your canvas is blank and we are excited to see what you come up with. Think outside the box and collaborate with your friends. For non-digital artists, you can also submit a photograph of a poster you create in a physical media so long as the photo conforms to one of the required sizes.

4:5 ratio (1080x1350px) – 1:1 (1080×1080) – 1.91:1 (1080×608)

JPG or PNG file type.

Send graphic to: posterart (at) antiwar (dot) me

Include your name and email address in the body with the subject line “Poster Art Contest”

Optional: Include Twitter and Instagram account handle for credit in tagged post.

Contest ends March 20th at midnight with the winners announced by the end of the month. Enter as many posters as you wish but each entry must be submitted separately.


1st place winner will receive a 5oz silver pyramid ingot and 50gram silver skull ingot from Roberts and Roberts Brokerage.

3x 2nd place winners will receive $100 worth of BitcoinCash from

2x 3rd place winners will receive 1 50gram silver skull ingots. From Roberts and Roberts Brokerage.

7th and 8th place winners will receive a Make Art Not War T-Shirt from the soon to be relaunched PeaceNow Shop.

10 Runner ups: swag pack including an assortment of books, pens and stickers.

By submitting your entry you are giving permission to post, promote and reproduce your art with attribution on our websites, social media channels, and promotional materials as we may deem appropriate. You will also be invited to opt into our PeaceNow call to action email which will keep you up to date on the contest and our other pro peace activities.

Join the PeaceNow email list hear to be notified when the contest is complete and future projects.


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Check out our last contest for some inspiration. And as always have fun!

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Tank Man The Movie

Just over 30 years ago during the Tienanmen Square protest, an unknown man took extraordinary action and became the center of images that would stick in the minds of the world and define the tragic events of the Tienanmen Square Massacre.

The recent 30th anniversary of the massacre generated a number of news reports and reflections of the events of June 4, 1989, including the realization that, even though these images were widely circulated around the world, we still don’t know who Tank Man is.

Recently, film maker and peace activist, Robert Anthony Peters, created a short 15 minute film that tries to piece together what might have been going on in the mind of this iconic gentleman who stood in front of, and stopped, a line of tanks after the Tienanmen Square massacre of June 4, 1989. All that is know of this man are the images that were recorded of his acts. This film is a speculation of what he went through the day he took his courageous steps 30 years ago. Check it out at:

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This week marks the 23rd birthday for

Our birthday wish is to end the brutality and starvation that is happening in Yemen right now. It’s within our reach to make it happen if you do something for us right now-


S.J.Res54 will end U.S. support in the Saudi Arabian led war in Yemen, crucial to ending this humanitarian disaster for 14 million men, women and children.

Call now,  202-224-3121

S.J.Res54 is before the full senate now and will be voted on imminently, tell your senators to vote in support of S.J.Res54.

Currently U.S. involvement in Yemen is strictly on the authority of the President without the consent or oversight of Congress. We are not at war with Yemen, but we are aiding Saudi Arabia with intelligence, supplies, personnel, and a blockade that is starving millions of innocent children. 130 Yemeni Children die from war related causes each day.

Call your Senator now and tell them you are outraged by this brutal war and they must vote to support S.J.Res54.

It’s easy and will just a minute or two of your time.

Do not be intimidated by the telephone. Calling is more effective than emails or letters.

Find contact information for individual senators here (or call the Capitol switchboard at 202-224-3121.)

When someone answers the phone; “Good morning, I’m [your name.] I am calling to urge [Senator’s name] to support S.J.Res 54, to keep us out of further involvement in Yemen.” Keep calls short. Be polite.

Call now,  202-224-3121

Time is of the essence, the vote will happen this week and your senator needs to hear from you, the people they represent.

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Armistice Day, 100 years of perfecting war

As Jack Kenny pointed out earlier this week on, those from an older generation may remember that Veterans Day used to be called Armistice Day – the day the guns fell silent in war-torn Europe at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918.

Today should mark the 100th year anniversary of the end of the war to end all wars and yet we are currently at war (officially) with 7 countries. We even made it easier to flex U.S. military might with the Authorization for the Use of Military Force. Insta-war, just add President, no congress required.  While various actors in the peace community loudly and strongly oppose the current wars and occupations this country is involved in, it seems that the community as a whole has not yet figured out how to perfect peace, meanwhile the US military is doing such a good job of perfecting war. Here at, we have been asking this very question for a number of years now. How can we escalate peace in such a way that our leaders in D.C. can no longer ignore the millions of Americans who are war weary?

Over the years we have done our best to put a positive spin on pro peace activities and aimed to bring bright, loving color to the Anti-war message but sadly we feel we are only left with taking things to bit closer the the edgy truth: that war is grim and the job of a peace activists is not going to be an easy or bright and colorful one.

This Armistice day we hope you reflect and remember the millions of lives lost in the name of war but perhaps you might also think of ways to prevent the loss of any more lives for senseless occupations and military police actions. Little things, every day activism, can be a powerful drip in your circle of friends and influencers.

Imagine Peace. Show Peace. Be Peace.

Coming Soon, our brand new store front with all new shirt designs (like our 2018 World Tour shirt pictured below) plus tips and tools on how you can escalate peace just a little bit every day.

Don’t miss out.  Get notified when our store is online and ready for orders. Sign up here.

We have a lot more to share with you and hope you will join us in escalating peace.


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Sedition Art Contest Winners

And the Winner Are…..  before we announce the winners of  the Art of Sedition Contest, We want to thank all of the entrants for their creative work. There is a lot of really amazing talent.

Protest artist is an important agent of change, capable of opening closed minds and awakening dormant ones. It speaks truth to power.  It creates energy out of apathy.  It is for this reason that we encourage the talent out there and try to provide a platform for it’s delivery.

A special thanks for our sponsored:,, Roberts and Roberts Brokerage incStudentsForLiberty.orgLiberty Mugs, Wry Guys, Buttons Fresh Daily, and’s own Scott Horton.

And now, here are our winners:

Music entries Judged by musician and peace activist Jordan Page.

1st Place: Anaetoh Peter, No More War South Sudan.

2nd Place: The Squatches, Only One Here.

3rd Place: The Bitcoin Rat.

Runner up: Krishna Norgbedzie, We Can Do Better.

Honorable Mention: Bentley Kalaway, An Awakened World.


Visual Arts Judged by Peace activist Christina Babb. 

1st Place: Matthew Silber


2nd Place: Shyam Mael


3rd Place: Iyaniwura Adetunji Teslim


Runner Up: Michael Previs


Honorable Mention: Heather Poppe



Written winners, Judged by Caitlin Grimes, Global Communications Director at Student for Liberty.

1st Place:

Kym Robinson, A world apart

“I love you Daddy” she held his hand firmly, he kissed her cheek before he let her go. As he left the house he took a moment to compose his uniform.

The drive was not long, he travelled for over thirty minutes to the base. Once inside he received his briefing and joked with his uniformed familiars, his other family.

Behind the screen his expression dimmed as his face became illuminated, on the other side of the glass was another world. Thousands of miles away, he watched it and controlled a piece of it with the movement of his hands.

The hours passed, boredom and routine. The waiting and tedium was harrowing despite any present fears. Voices murmured around him as others crackled into his head set, he spoke back dull and professionally.

He looked to the photo of his family that rested alongside the screen, the only glimmer of personality in an otherwise sterile techno hub. Their smiling faces stared at him from a place and past that seemed a world away.

Though he was less than an hour away and would see them again in the morning, right now in this moment as he watched the screen he was beyond their reach.

Beyond the screen, the cameras attached to the Predator drone showed a keyhole into the other side of the Earth. The mighty bird of prey though not cloaked, was hard to see and despite the hum of its engines it was seldom heard.

Far below the Predator a village lazed in the sun, unaware its inhabitants lived as they had for generations. He could see their motion on his screen. New information came rushing into his ears and eyes.

The voices in his headset invaded his mind, he could engage. Behind him his uniformed familiars clamoured around, excited to see the unfolding spectacle. The boredom washed away, his stomach swirled with elation.

He pulled the trigger, twice.

Two fast moving missiles guided in their paths, soon found the village, consuming all that was inside their fiery grasp. He could see the destruction from his screen. Once the smoke cleared he could see the rubble and bodies strewn apart. Some writhed while others lay limp.

His shoulders pushed forward from the thumping pats, jeering applause celebrated the strike. He smiled emptily as he looked to the photo of his family. He had done his job, for them.

On the other side of the screen, far away on the ground, among the debris as flames walked and the survivors stumbled in anguish. A child squirmed from among the ruins, holding her small hand lay a man.

“I love you daddy” she cried as his bloody broken fingers slowly let her go.


2nd Place:  TJ Thompson, Bad Guys

Bad guys must die, so
Good guys must kill them
To protect freedom
And every good thing
We’ll shower them with
Democracy and civilization
Bombs and missiles, too
Just one more war
Then peace
But what really happens?
War, rinse, and repeat
Maybe the next war
Will be the war to end all wars
War, rinse, and repeat
We annihilate communists
We annihilate terrorists
We annihilate the annihilators
But the annihilation never ends
Because of the never-ending supply
Of bad guys, bad hombres
Whose blood we can spill
All right, destroy the bad guys
But destroy the label, not the flesh
Replace it with:
The war to end all wars
Is the war raging inside each of us:
The tendency to label and demean
Versus the courage to love and forgive
Whose side am I on anyway
Good guys or bad guys?
None of the above: I choose peace


3rd Place: Matthew Muñoz, Republic Revisited

Render unto Caesar what is Caesar’s
Also unto God, what’s God’s

This great Republic, shadow of Rome
Boldly calls itself home
Of the brave, the free
The needy refugee

I won’t deny those words sting my eyes
Hope, pride, shame and compromise

America has lost her way
And in some ways that’s OK

My Homeland is no longer England’s Bride
But there is another shame she hides

Her Father hungered for land and would
Trade it With the Bands if he could
Bands bound for misery
Bands caged by savagery
Bands who roamed, but did not own lands
Bands in need of Liberty
Baptism into Modernity

A baptism of flame and blood
A tear-stained trail of pale-faced love

From coast to coast the blood was let
Savages tamed, her eyes were set
Upon herself where rot had spread
She stoked the flames, the blade she whet

With discipline and iron will
She struck her mind and heart until
No queer or treasonous word would spill
From lips who pledge to fight and kill

Roused to anger, she marched once more
To battle through seas and trample shores
The martial drum beat time and times
Displacing all her Father’s lines

Lines that tie
Lines that bind
Lines round necks were cast aside
Lines were drawn, crossed, moved and held
Till her foes, her children felled

In her bosom she embraces
All the genders, tribes and races
Letting down sweet mother’s milk
Wrapping each one up in silk
Everyone gets their own star
They see the stripes, but not the bars

The cost of all this? Not so high
Just that they return her love
And share her light
By sprinkling blood
Of Patriots who fight for you
And me so what more can we do?

Light a candle, snuff it out
Cry in the wilderness
Spread your doubt
Don’t take a knee
Stand and shout
This is enough

Fight for peace
Let them think
You a traitor
Be a Savior
Get fleeced by Caesar, hear her laughter
As she leads you to another disaster
Be a bother
Question slaughter

Are we any more free?
How’s our security
Is it brave to look away?
Did you forget you have a say?


Runner Up: Morgan A. Brown, IN TEMPORI BELLI

I have read of the marcescent blossom, which clings to the autumn twig

Ever after it flowers and withers, and how desperately it persists.

How it withers without falling; in a sense, collapsing back upon its calyces

To find itself in shadow of a shade, cast in the darkness of its parent tree.

The Heavens declared the glory of war, and History showed its handiwork,

Day unto day while Senators uttered speech, and night to night volleyed knowledge.

Hence, the Heavens parted with a curtain of fire while the brimstone pastors preached,

And rained with an almost visible hatred upon the hapless tenants of foreign sod In an Age where wars are fought high in the heavens,

No more by gods.

Never again the old man’s pslams sung each-to-each;

No more a buckler burnished by the Sun;

No more vague visions explained to the disbelief of Chaldean ministers.

Never again the Sibylline prophecy

And the horn of our salvation on a Cumæn papyrus leaf,

Or a visionary Tower leaning towards the stars;

Never again the glory of War.

King David’s lyre is stilled, as is blind Homer’s chord.

Lichens creep around the bole where Absalom is hanging;

And his upstart glory, a pall, now passes as a sort of transcendent shadow

Dragged around an ageless wall, circumscribing the present.

A kinder Age was s’posed to come to bear for each extinct.

But Miseries seize the golden spokes and churn Dame Fortune’s wheel.

I see, coming over its hump, our Age; I see walls falling,

and chaos in the streets.

Yesterday: the mending of threads on an Abyssinian tapestry.

And now a cluster bomb is falling.

Ploughshares lie encrusted in rust, abandoned,

And the tillage untended by its usual Master

Round a blasted farmhouse near Diyala.

Never again a triumphal procession, ambling through the arches of Byzantium.

But there are nightly prayers which are whispered over the corpses of the dead

Who are yet unaware that they are dying, withering beneath these skies of fire

and lead Which are falling.

And the blood still fresh on these commended bones declare as ours:

The consortiums of folly that were Greece and the travesties of Rome.

I beg of you, now sing for me, you ballad-spinsters,

A happy psalm to mark this Age of ours.

Point out to me the glory:

How the hiemal months pandered and passed,

And the chidden leaves slept where they willed,

Still cleaving to the vestiges of headstrong youth;

Perched, as it were, upon a deathly sill.

Or sing how the threshing breeze benumbed the roots

Of every blossom still clutching to the twig.

Sing of this and sing no more the dirge of war

For we are withering on a renewed sprig—

Withering, but not falling.


Honorable Mention: Lewis Mckeever, War (What is it good for?)

war steemit mckeever anarchy.jpg

War, the act of sending young, naive men to sacrifice themselves for the political elite isn’t noble, virtuous, or something to be commemorated. War isn’t something to be celebrated or cherished. There is no glory or honor in war; only broken bodies and perpetually tortured souls.

To ‘fight for one’s country’ is, in actual fact, to carry out the will of the tyrant. To be used as a disposable pawn in an ongoing, seemingly never-ending game of human chess where the ‘kings’ and ‘queens’ remain free from harm’s way and make a banquet of all the suffering, death, and destruction on the battlefield. To those in power, the ‘heroes’ in war are no more than ‘dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns in foreign policy’, as ‘Nobel Peace Prize’ winner Henry Kissinger once chillingly said.

The soldier doesn’t fight for freedom, ‘democracy’, or the common good, he fights for the Kissingers, Blairs, and George Bushes – the very enemies of freedom and all that is good in this war-torn world of their making. The tyrants, like vampires, feed off all the fear and pain, the suffering and torture, but their bloodlust can never be satiated. The wars never stop, the graveyards of young and broken men keep filling, and peace and freedom remain a pipedream.

Ending the horror and healing the trauma
“Within each one of us lies the key to our own salvation or damnation”.
How do we wake up from this nightmare and put an end to this horror? We must, as a species, regain our sanity; for we lost it a long time ago when we relinquished our power to tyrants, having mistakenly believed that our human potential is limited to voting ballots, petitions, and political theatrics. The power to create real, positive change and cultivate the conditions for peace, freedom, and prosperity in this world lies within our own hearts and minds, for we are the masters of our destiny.

We must open our hearts and minds to new possibilities, to a world where peace, freedom, and compassion is valued over war, aggression, and perpetual violence and bloodshed. A world where each man and woman is respected as sovereign, as beings of unlimited potential and unbridled sovereignty. A world where the average American doesn’t see his neighbor across the pond in Iraq as an enemy, but rather a brother of the same human family with the same basic wants and needs as himself. A world where the simple and eternal wisdom of The Golden Rule triumphs the political dictates of tyrants, and people treat each other as they would want to be treated themselves. A world where a true warrior is one who champions the ideas of freedom, peace, and non-aggression, rather than nationalism and a blind, patriotic allegiance to the state.

A world without war.


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Sedition Art – Visual Contest

The Visual Arts received the largest number of submissions at 23.  From vintage style poster art to modern meme, the passion for peace has been revealed in these works. Peace activist Christina Babb will be judging this category and 5 winners will receive prizes.

VISUAL ART- original illustration, painting, collage, meme, photography, poster art

  • First Place prize; $300 in BitcoinCash (sponsored by
  • Second Place prize; 7.0 ZenCash (sponsored by and a Remember Peace tee shirt (sponsored by
  • Third Place prize; 1oz Silver Card plus Peace Now tee shirt (sponsored by Roberts and Roberts Brokerage Inc.
  • Runner Up prizes; visual and musical categories; Signed copy of Fool’s Errand (sponsored by Scott Horton and Coffee Mug (sponsored by
  • Honorable Mention prize; Tee shirt (sponsored by and custom antiwar button set (sponsored by

Enjoy these works of art and spread peace by sharing this post with your friends and family.


Heather Poppe


Davi Barker


Alex Sasha Toporovsky


Iyaniwura Adetunji Teslim


Matthew Silber


Bitcoin Rat


Petar Simić


Maciej “Matt” Harabasz


Bryan DeBris


Paul Hallaert


Tomaz Kure


Vincent Farrell


Shyam Mael


Michael Previs


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Sedition Art – Music Contest

We are thrilled with the participation in the Music portion of the Art of Sedition contest.  Ten entries will be judged by our friend and musician-activist Jordan Page. We think he has a really tough job ahead of him. Listen and pick out your favorite!

MUSICAL ART- original songs, jingles, hip hop, musical compositions.

  • First Place prize; $300 in BitcoinCash (sponsored by
  • Second Place prize; 7.0 ZenCash (sponsored by and a Remember Peace tee shirt (sponsored by
  • Third Place prize; 1oz Silver Card plus Peace Now tee shirt (sponsored by Roberts and Roberts Brokerage Inc.
  • Runner Up prize; Signed copy of Fool’s Errand (sponsored by Scott Horton and Coffee Mug (sponsored by
  • Honorable Mention prize; Tee shirt (sponsored by and custom antiwar button set (sponsored by

Enjoy the music and spread peace by sharing this post with your friends and family.


The Squatches, Only One Here.

Stuart Frobisher, Blank Panels.

Anaetoh Peter, No More War South Sudan.

Anaetoh Peter, Peace in south sudan.

Krishnakant Vishwakarma, KK.

Michael Maharrey, Hellfire Fury.

Bentley Kalaway, An Awakened World.

Bryan DeBris aka Bryan Poland, The Kid Shouted Out , I’ve Been Robbed.

Krishna Norgbedzie, We Can Do Better.

The Bitcoin Rat.