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Rusty Nelson on Peace and War: we can refuse to have people for our enemies
By Rusty Nelson
Here in our golden years, in our pastoral, rustic homestead, Nancy and I watch quite a few movies. It’s sometimes a good way to escape reality and, sometimes a way to confront and examine reality, depending upon perspectives. As movie-watchers, we found ourselves viewing the whoop-de-do around the presentation of the Golden Globe Awards, holding out the hope that a “Hollywood Liberal” or two might make an inspiring statement about Martin Luther King or the Occupy movement, or denounce militarism or capital punishment or money-driven elections in the temporary, bully pulpit.
My moment arrived when Iranian director Asghar Farwadi went to the stage to accept the award for his film, “A Separation.” Read more »