Make Love not War, and Win a Crypto Price: The Art of Sedition 5987
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Arun Yeldho
Apr 19, 2018 at 8:32 PM

War is something humankind has been facing for a considerable length of time, and in the course of recent decades, the world has expressed its desire to want to stop wars though politicians and the bureaucracy continue to bolster the military-industrial complex. The charitable association and non-interventionist site Antiwar.com has been advancing the possibility of peace for a considerable length of time and requests that everybody spread the message that wars must end. In recognizing the period when individuals were barred from speaking freely against unjust wars, Antiwar is having an art contest dedicated to promoting peace.

As Antiwar explains, “In recognition of this muting of free speech we’re holding an art contest encouraging all antiwar activists to freely express their thoughts and images about diplomacy, foreign policy, and how we get to a more peaceful future.”

Antiwar wants to give away $1,500 in prizes for the champs of this contest promoting a peaceful future. There will be three 1stplace prizes; $300 in Bitcoin Cash from the group at Bitcoin.com. Three 2ndplace prizes are highlighting 7.0 ZEN from Zencash.com and a Wryguys.com tee-shirt. Roberts and Roberts Brokerage Inc. will give the 3rdplace prizes comprising of a 1oz Silver Card and a "Peace Now" tee shirt. The runner-up prize and the written section will get a peace flag and a selection of Libertarian books sponsored by Free Press Publications FPP.cc.

So in case you're a lobbyist for peace or somebody who thinks about ending wars, and you have a few abilities in the art field, you have the opportunity to present your work by May 31st, 2018, 9 pm pacific standard. Victors will be made known at the very latest of June 15, and the following day the winning entries will be posted on Antiwar.me. Bitcoin.com is pleased to help advance thoughts that spread peace (like bitcoin cash) and ideas that mean to end wars and forge peace.

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