Sunday, September 5, 2010

Brick TeeVee Peaceful Labor Day!

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For decades Cleveland Ohio has hosted an air show on Labor Day. The early ones were celebrations of aviation with stunt pilots amazing the crowds. Over the years the Cleveland Air Show on Labor Day became more militarized, transforming stunt pilots into Blue Angels that today "strife" Downtown Cleveland when they arrive. It was decided we should renounce showcasing these military weapons and offer a better way. The Brick TeeVee Crew will be spending our Labor Day working the 2010 Cleveland Peace Show.
CLE PEACE show 2010
The Cleveland Nonviolence Network
Sponsored by the Cleveland Nonviolence Network and Artists for Peace.
Global military spending
Peace Action Cleveland The Cat Food Commission is actively working to destroy what's left of America's social safety net while completely ignoring the massive expenitures the Military Industrial Spy Complex costs, north of $700 Billion in just the 2010 budget. The illegal invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan will cost at least THREE TRILLION DOLLARS including all long term costs. American politicians of all stripe have chosen to squander billions of dollars in "war" under the guise of "fear" and "national security" instead of spending that taxpayer money on shoring up schools and infrastructure. See WaPo "Top Secret America" and "Iraq For Sale" for your unaccountable tax dollars at work. Military spending is never taken into account when the teabaggers incessantly bitch about "the deficit" and "entitlements" and call for IMF-Chicago-School-type domestic "belt-tightening". This paradigm cannot be sustained indefinitely. On this Labor Day Give Peace a Chance.


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