Donald Trump’s plans to use and allow nuclear weapons

above: Lorraine Schneider quote

(This post was originally published September of 2017.)  Currently in October 2018, Trump has made it clear he wants to get rid of the Nuclear Treaty made with Russia.  The mainstream news NBC, ABC and CBS are reporting like this might be a bluff or like they don’t know for sure.  But Donald Trump has had his mind made up on NUKES and has been pushing for them since the 80’s.

Every nutritional program for children has been historically cut for military spending.  It takes pennies and day for food and BILLIONS for bombs.  NO Nukes have ever saved a life.  Food programs save lives.

After watching the short 1986 documentary Women for America, For the World found below, here’s a link for How to Find and Write your State Representatives:

 House of Representatives

TELL your State Representatives to STOP normalizing Donald Trump’s plans to use and allow nuclear weapons.  

Tell your State Representatives to STOP funding Bombs instead of Nutrition for children and senior citizens and the poor.  

In an interview with Chris Matthews, Trump said he was open to nuking Europe because it’s a “big place.”

click here to Find out: 9 terrifying things Donald Trump has said about Nuclear Weapons

Trump wants to start charging stores to accept food stamps

  • Donald Trump wants to charge retailers a fee for accepting food stamps as payment from the poor.
  • Separately, the Trump administration is proposing $191 billion in cuts over the next decade to the food stamp program.
| June 2017  CNBC source

The ever relevant  “WOMEN FOR AMERICA, FOR THE WORLD” (Academy Award winning documentary Film) is being posted here for educational and NO COMMERCIAL PURPOSE.

Leading American women speak out about the dangers posed by nuclear weapons and call for a new vision of security based on affirming life rather than destroying it. With the specter of nuclear weapons proliferation looming even larger today, and with the moribund nuclear power industry attempting to ‘re-brand’ itself as a ‘clean energy’ solution to global climate change, this clear-headed film is as relevant today as when it won the prestigious prize in 1986.

Speakers (in order of appearance):

  1. Joanne Woodward, actress
  2. Betty Bumpers, Executive Director: Peace Links
  3. Addie Watt, Vice President: United Food & Committee Workers Union
  4. Joanna Macy, therapist and author
  5. Eileen Cottier, Executive Officer: American Indian Center (San Francisco)
  6. Dorothy Ridings, President: League of Women’s Voters
  7. Vera Kistiakowsky, Professor of Physics: M.I.T.
  8. Mary Dent Crisp, Co-Chair for the Republican National Committee
  9. Randall Forsberg, Director: Institution for Defense and Disarmament Studies
  10.  Alice Tepper-Marlin, Executive Director: Council on Economic Priorities
  11. Elissa Melamed, therapist and author
  12. Geraldine Ferraro, Vice Presidential nominee in 1984
  13. Quincalee Brown, Executive Director: American Association of University Women
  14. Jean Shinoda Bolen, psychiatrist and author 
  15. Patricia Schroder, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
  16. Sheila Tobias, scholar and author
  17. Anne Cahn, Executive Director: Committee for National Security
  18. Sandra Porter, Executive Director: National Committee of Working Women
  19. Ellen Goodman, syndicated newspaper columnist
  20. Karen Mulhauser, Executive Director: Citizens Against Nuclear War
  21. Shirley Chisholm, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
  22. Elizabeth Holtzman, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives, District Attorney in NY

Producer/Director: Vivienne Verdon-Roe. Editor: Michael Porter. You can purchase a DVD of this film by contacting To reach the filmmakers:

“An activist is someone who makes an effort to see problems that are not being addressed and then makes an effort to make their voice heard. Sometimes there are so many things that it’s almost impossible to make your voice heard in every area, but you can sure try.” ~ Joanne Woodward

above: book recommendation for Like a Tree by Jean Shinoda Bolen

“When you recover or discover something that nourishes your soul and brings joy, care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life.”
– Jean Shinoda Bolen


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