Peace cannot stand without Justice by its side.
Peace with Justice
To have real peace, we must end…
- War on Drugs
- Prison Pipeline System
- The Dangers of the Military-Industrial Complex
- Police Brutality
What can we do?
There are more options than you might think, but they will not come easy without a solid understanding of basic macroeconomics.
We are here to help the 99%.
This is how we work together and win
Reduce the Military Budget
Not because we need to reallocate the money to other programs, but because we don’t want to continue to be the imperialists we are now.
Reducing the military budget will make it less able to affect regime change.
While we claim to represent democracy around the world, our military does the opposite. By defunding it, other nations will be able to govern their countries accordingly.
Ending the Cycle of Incarceration
No profiting in the incarceration of citizens
The end of quotas will reduce incarceration percentages
Ending the cash bail system that preys upon low income people
Changing discriminatory laws that take away constitutional rights after time served
Holding Police Accountable
No more militarization of police forces
Independent community review boards
End the War on Drugs
Destroy the school to prison pipeline
Reduce gang and police violence
Open the way for legal marijuana businesses with permits & business loans partial to communities most affected by the war on drugs
In the case of other addictions, like opioids or heroin, mandate healthcare over incarceration
Where Do I Learn More?
Click on any of the focus areas links below to learn more about what’s currently happening and what types of solutions are being offered to help create a brighter future for all of us.
Eliminating funding to wasteful weapons/defense contracts and appropriating funding to the costly decommissioning of our massive nuclear arsenal, as well as divesting and/or repurposing resources from foreign military operations around the globe, to benefit the communities our military-industrial complex has terrorized for decades.
Defense and Peace, Domestic & International
Using currently installed military equipment and personnel to help rebuild infrastructure, both domestically and abroad, shifting resources from an ‘offensive’ (pun intended) military approach, to a peace oriented one, and investing in economic olive branches instead of saber rattling, sanctions, etc.
Criminal Justice & Policing Reform
Abolishing private prisons while adequately funding their public counterparts to provide education/training and rehabilitation opportunities. Ending the criminalization of poverty, beginning with radical drug law and petty crime reforms, and demilitarizing/defunding police forces, while diverting ample resources to “non-aggressive” crisis response outlets and community programs.
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