No to Trump and War

Tuesday 26th June 2018 - 19:00

JOHN REES
Stop the War Officer,

MAYA EVANS
Voices for Creative Non-Violence

A MORE DANGEROUS WORLD
A major contribution to a more dangerous world has been the election of Donald Trump on a minority vote (Hilary Clinton won 4 million more votes). His on/off visit to Britain is now scheduled for Friday 13th July.

Since taking office he:
- has caused a frightening stand-off with nuclear-armed North Korea
- has bombed Syria, already the most bombed place on earth. It isa dangerous place because of the involvement of Russia, which like the US is also a nuclear armed state.
- has tweeted that the US "must greatly expand its nuclear capability" – after all it only has 7,300 nuclear warheads!
- has introduced a ban on Muslims from seven named countries from travelling to the US.
- is building a wall to keep migrants out

His support for Israeli PM Netanyahu has done much damage to peace and justice in the Middle East. Thousands of innocent Palestinians are suffering right now in Gaza. The death toll has risen to over 100. 14th May has been described as the "deadliest day in recent history" for Gaza, where thousands of people have been left wounded, stranded and desperately in need.

Maya Evans, is one of the main campaigners in the group 'Voices for Creative Non-Violence UK' focusing on the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan, where Trump has announced an expansion of US military intervention in a never ending war.

John Rees is a strong voice calling for a new foreign policy and an end to the so-called special relationship with Trump's America.

There will be demonstrations countrywide against Trump around the time of his visit, In Norwich there will be a demonstration in the centre and also a coach will be run to London for the massive protest there
(to reserve a seat email peterwaters969@btinternet.com)

Free - Booking not needed
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Friends Meeting House
Upper Goat Lane
Norwich
Norfolk
NR2 1EW
Category:Peace and international relations
Type:Talk or discussion
Contact: Nick 07717 504210