Veteran protests for peace

Sunday, Alaskans in the vicinity of the Y in Soldotna had an opportunity to express themselves with respect to peace and acts of war against Syria. As is to be expected the immediate outcome of this opportunity was a mixed response of enthusiastic honking, waving, saluting, yelling and cheering in support of peaceful action and to a lesser extent a peaceful silence that I am unsure it’s meaning. Being involved in that opportunity for expression of my views as a Veteran for Peace was a great time for me. I found the magnitude of expression of Alaskan’s views about peace and war to be very encouraging to me to know so many Alaskans support peaceful actions.

So thank you, Alaskans, for this opportunity and for your enthusiastic response. Have a peaceful day.

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