S.S. Camp Casey Sets Sail from and around Martha’s Vineyard Next Week! By Cindy Sheehan

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August 22, 2009

Peace proponent Cindy Sheehan calls all peace leaders to come sail with her aboard ‘SS Camp Casey’ anchored in Martha’s Vineyard for a shipboard peace summit.

MARTHA’S VINEYARD—Peace proponent Cindy Sheehan is calling for peace movement leaders, international news ‘anchors’ and pro-peace members of the public to sail around Martha’s Vineyard, from August 27 to 29. The meetings will be aboard the grand sailing vessel dubbed the SS Camp Casey anchored in Martha’s Vineyard.  Sheehan will co-captain daily excursions as she holds this seaside peace summit.

Sheehan’s purpose is to bring leaders together to stand as an acting ‘Department of Peace’. She calls for immediate stipulations: “I am calling in the Peace Movement to encircle our country with our united demand for an immediate return of all U.S. forces around the globe. Bring every one of our troops home NOW! We need them in our families and towns. This world needs a permanent vacation from war.”

Sheehan declares her plan to mobilize peace leaders to begin work with her to draft the world’s first ‘Universal Peace Treaty’: “We must stop the terrorizing of our soldiers and the world’s civilians with the imperial sword rattling of wartime administrations,” said Sheehan. “We must BE the change we wish to see in our President!”

Sheehan demands that the Obama Administration issue a mandatory end to U.S. war policy. “The clock does not turn back with a new President.. We must return them all back here immediately. No more waiting will be tolerated. Zero acceptance for keeping our troops abroad!

“Security begins at home with intact families,” says Sheehan. “The time of healing must begin. The true purpose of our nation should be Peace on Earth, starting with the decisive end to our failed war policies.”

To the international peace community, Sheehan says: “This is our time to finally draw an end to America’s wars. We must abide by the saying of ancient scriptures: Let peace and peace and peace be everywhere. I declare this to be our new national defense policy.”

For information, contact: Laurie Dobson at 207-604-8988 lauriegdobson@yahoo.com or Bruce Marshall at 802-767-6079 brmas@yahoo..com


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8 thoughts on “S.S. Camp Casey Sets Sail from and around Martha’s Vineyard Next Week! By Cindy Sheehan

  1. Dear Cindy,
    Declarations are fine but I hope you will not give up your wonderful militancy and demand to bring ALL troops home NOW. And “Hands Off Iran” also.
    You are right; Obama’s wars are at least as bad and greater in number than Bush’s.
    And I am very saddened that the antiwar community here in New England and MA is responding so little to your call. The so-called peace movement is much too dominated by Dem Party sympathizers.
    john walsh

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  4. Cindy,

    I sense a softer and deeper perspective coming from you through this article. We do need to unite, to prevent future wars and prevent violence as well.


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  6. I was trying to get involved with this but it turns out I can’t go. Sounds like it will be a LOT of fun with some great people and I strongly urge those who can to support Cindy’s protest. She is providing the badly needed kickstart that the anti-war movement has needed since Obama took office.

    Watch out for the creepy infiltrators tho…. they are sniffing around. Don’t let them be anything more than speedbumps on the road to peace.

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