For today’s Bitcoin giveaway episode, I have decided to donate to a website which serves as a news, research, and opinionated source about American interventionism in foreign affairs. The website is called Antiwar, and it functions under a mission to notify the readers of recent American foreign policy and the nation’s involvement on the global scale. Antiwar’s primary principle might be to educate the public that sometimes non-interventionism could be a more preferred policy for the American feds to implement. Because this topic is too controversial (there are people pro-war, and people anti-war), I would not go into detail about the mission of Antiwar and my personal feedback on the content that Antiwar offers. Yet, anyone could read the website’s purpose here and decide for themselves the extent of effectiveness of Antiwar.
The readers might ask, why have I donated around 0.003 BTC to Antiwar? One reason is because although I do not believe that this donation would directly help stop any wars, it could still contribute to effectiveness of the website to continue educating the public that governmental interventionism in foreign policy is not always an ideal solution and that alternatives to wars could achieve similar (if not better) results. Anyone could donate to Antiwar regardless of their own political beliefs on American foreign military intervention. The Antiwar media source just brings into perspective a side opposing conflict through warfare. It is just that some sides of the media are fear and war-mongering while others are more pro-peace and pro-liberty. Read it or not, donate to it or not, it is all up to the reader to decide. I have said enough about this controversial story for today.