Posts Tagged ‘freedom’

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Using the flag as a veil in the name of patriotism cannot long hide the truth. For those who love their fellow countrymen and countrywomen, honor them with the truth; indeed, honor the whole world with the truth. Bradley Manning • Nobel Peace 2012!
http://www.freebradley.org/ •&• http://www.bradleymanning.org/
The Nobel Peace Prize
“The said interest shall be divided into five equal parts, which shall be apportioned as follows: /- – -/ one part to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”
(Excerpt from the will of Alfred Nobel) – http://www.nobelprize.org/
∞THINKÆVOLVE∞

**(Bradley Manning being escorted from a military vehicle at Ft. Meade, MD. Photo: AP/Patrick Semansky)**

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Summary: Illustration shows a large man holding a cat-o’-nine-tails labeled “Schedules” and wearing a crown labeled “Monopoly” shaped like the dome of the U.S. Capitol building with the statue of freedom, sitting atop a U.S. Customs building in front of which is a large pile of money being deposited by disgruntled citizens; standing to the right is a large Statue of Liberty pointing to the streams of citizens and laughing.

Caption: “It is to laugh!”

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Title: Carry on! Buy Liberty Bonds to your utmost / Edwin Howland Blashfield.

Summary: Poster showing a soldier charging into battle, accompanied by Liberty bearing a sword and an American flag.

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Title: For Liberty’s sake, enlist in the Navy

Summary: Poster showing the Statue of Liberty beaming brightly over a patrol boat.

Notes: Issued by City of Boston Committee on Public Safety.

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Summary: Illustration shows Liberty striding forward, carrying a flaming torch labeled “Revolution” and an American flag, wearing a phrygian cap with tricolor cockade, as she crushes underfoot a scepter and a crown labeled “Plutocracy”. In the background, buildings are burning.

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Summary: Illustration shows an elephant labeled G.O.P. holding a double-barrel shotgun in its trunk, pointed toward itself, the rifle is labeled “Trust Issue Tariff Reform” and “1904”.

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Summary: Illustration shows a throng of petty criminals in a prison pointing to a small cell labeled “For the Incorporated Law Breaker”, insisting that white-collar crime goes unpunished.

Caption: The cry of the small crook.

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