I wanted to tell you about Global Zero, an international movement for the elimination of nuclear weapons.
This past April, Russia and the United States signed a historic agreement to reduce their strategic nuclear arsenals by a third each. This is the most significant arms control treaty in decades, and a crucial first step to global zero—the worldwide elimination of nuclear weapons. With the US and Russia leading the way, 2010 could mark the beginning of the end of nuclear weapons. But public support at this crucial moment is critical to build the foundation of a binding and verifiable global zero agreement. To join me and the hundreds of thousands of people in every country in the world who believe in zero, click below:
We must now choose between two very different futures. In one, nuclear weapons continue to spread, increasing the chances that a country or terrorists use them, with catastrophic consequences. In the other, all nuclear weapons are eliminated according to a comprehensive global agreement for phased and verified reductions.
Zero is not only desirable, it is also achievable -- with political will. With momentum already building in favor of Zero, a major show of support from people around the world could tip the balance.
When it comes to nuclear weapons, one is one too many. Join us today by clicking below:
The vision of a world free of nuclear weapons can come to be, but we must get involved to make it happen. So please, sign and ask your friends to do so as well. Make your voice count.