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Fasciculus 11 Die Friedens-Warte, periodici Germanici de motu pacis, 1913.

Motus pacis vel motus pacificus est motus socialis qui exemplaria sicut finis certi belli (vel omnium bellorum) petit, violentiam inter homines in certo loco vel genere rerum minuit, et ad finem pacis universae adipiscendae saepe coniungitur. Inter rationes horum finium conficiendorum sunt pacifismus, repugnantia inviolentiae, diplomatia, boycott, castra pacis, consumerismus ethicus, subsidium candidatorum politicorum contra bellum, leges ad lucrum amovendum ex pactis inter rempublicam et multiplicem militario-industrialen, arma ignifera prohibenda, detrectorem militiae, mi administrationes apertas et instrumenta pelluciditatis creanda, democratia directa, whistleblowers qui scelera bellica vel coniurationes ad bella fovenda exponunt sustinenda, obtestationes, et greges usuum politici ad leges perferendas.

Foedus Gulielmi Penn cum Indis, quod numquam violatum est.
"Pax." Caricatura Henrici Richard, prominentis pacifismi suasoris medio saeculo undevicensimo.
Transfuga, a Boardman Robinson facta (1916).

Nonnulli homines dicunt laxam per orbem terrarum agitatorum et virorum civilium rerum peritorum coniunctionem singulum finem communicare, qui ergo singulus motus, "motum contra bellum" communem est. Hae res vires sociales inseparabiles saepe videntur, quia eae collaborationem laxam, respondentem, et ab eventibus coactam inter greges constituunt, quorum incitamenta sunt humanismus, environmentalismus, vegetarianismus, ideologia viridis, anti-rassismus, feminismus, decentralizatio, hospitalitas, ideologia, theologia, et fides.

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