The Nixon-Peace sign is used as a symbol for peace in Australia, and as a national symbol, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.In its official definition of the sign, the OCHA defines the symbol as a flag or banner with a cross and a vertical line across it.The OCHA describes the sign as an "icon of peace" that "is displayed on every corner of Austra...
A peaceful retreat through strength is not a walk in the park.
We’ve done that before, and we’ll do it again.
We are on the way to peace through strength.
I’m here to say we’re coming.
We have the tools.
We know the tools and know where we are headed.
We don’t need to tell anyone else what we’re going to do.
I have been talking about peace through force for a long time.
That’s why I’ve been so committed to doing this.
We’re moving into a time when we have the strength to do so.
That is the challenge.
And I’m confident that the tools we have now, they’re going in the right direction.
We won’t have to go back to the day when we were afraid of the government.
We will have the right tools.
Our goal is to have peace through power.
Now, we’re moving to make that happen.
We want peace, and peace through change.
We just want the change to happen, and that’s the power that we’ve got.
We believe in a two-way, two-dimensional world.
We think the world needs to move toward a world where everyone is treated with respect.
The world needs peace.
We see it everywhere we look.
It’s not a two sided coin.
There’s a world out there where everybody is treated fairly.
That world is what we are going to bring to America and to the world.
And that’s what we’ll bring to the United States.
We recognize there are still challenges to overcome.
We’ll have our challenges.
But, as you know, we have great allies here in Washington, and the world is watching us.
We look forward to working with you and the new administration to make the changes that will make the world a better place.
And the time is now.
The American people need to see us lead, not a leader who can’t lead.
Let me tell you what the new president will be doing to make America great again.
The first thing he’s going to be doing is moving us toward peace.
Peace through strength?
The first order of business is to be the strongest nation on Earth.
That means making sure that America is strong.
We must stand up and say that we will not rest until we have peace and security in the world, and a world in which all people are treated with dignity.
We need to move ahead and make sure that that is true.
And we need to have that peace through peace.
But peace through a strong America, because we can’t make peace through just violence.
I will bring you the peace we need and I will make it as strong as we can make it.
Let’s begin with what our first act will be.
The President has already said he will not be the commander-in-chief of the United State.
He will not lead our nation into another war.
We cannot be the policeman of the world and the protector of all humanity.
We can only do that if we make sure America is not the policeman.
We make peace with the world when we are the ones who lead and lead by example.
We also make peace when we make peace and work together to make a better world for everyone.
We love America.
We honor America.
Our troops will be proud to wear the uniform of the American people.
And so we’ll continue to make sure we are a nation that serves our country, and for those who serve in our military, our allies, our friends, and all Americans, with honor and integrity.
We respect all people, but we also must always honor and respect all faiths.
America is a land of many faiths, and each of us has an obligation to be a leader in our country.
The United States is an exceptional nation.
We do not believe that the way we treat one another is a source of strength.
We should be proud of who we are and what we stand for.
We owe it to the future of our children and our grandchildren.
The time is right to make this happen.
But I will not sit back and allow our enemies to use us to advance their own agenda, or to tear us apart.
And in this war against terrorism, we must be on the side of freedom and justice.
The terrorists who attacked our homeland, killing scores of innocent Americans, we will never relent in our fight against terror.
The next president will not only lead us to the peace that our founders promised, he will be the one to keep our promise.
He must be a true champion of the values that our country stands for.
And when I was sworn in, I pledged to end our war in Iraq.
I’ll be the President who will end our wars and our occupation of Iraq.
That war, I believe, is a great stain on the history of our country and on the world’s.
It is time for the Iraqi people to decide whether they want to continue that disgrace or accept responsibility for what they’ve