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Let’s make some noise!

 

Over the past few weeks we have been working around the clock to highlight the dangers of the deadly Saudi tank sale. We have made enormous progress and are getting more support every day. However, we need to let more people know just how dangerous this arms deal is, so we need to make more noise!

That’s why we launched a social media Thunderclap to spread the word and ask our friends to join our petition to Congress to stop the Saudi tank deal.

What’s a Thunderclap? A Thunderclap is a single message spread on social media and shared by thousands of people on a set date and time. Our goal is to flood Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr with thousands of messages to get more people to demand Congress to stop the tank sale.

Signing up is easy. Just go to our Thunderclap page and join in with your social media accounts. On the set date and time our message will be broadcast to your followers and friends. It’s that simple.

When you sign-up, you’ll also have an option of sending a message to followers and friends – please do this step to help spread the word!

Thousands of civilians have been killed in Yemen’s bloody war, many of them by American made weapons sold to Saudi Arabia. It is up to us to make sure that bloodshed is not rewarded with even more weapons of war!

Please act today.

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