I was just wondering, is there such a thing as peacemongering? I know that there is warmongering, meaning wanting to go to war even if it is against best intrest. Can the same be said for peace? Can people be so against war that they wouldn't care if the country was hurt. Before WWII there were people against going to war with the Axis, like Charles Lindbergh. After Pearl Harbor was bombed, attitudes changed. If WMD's were dug up in the Iraqi desert today (which will most likely not happen), would the same number of people be against the war in Iraq. I am sure that the core of the anti-war movement would stay intact. Being for peace is,of course, a good thing. But, how far would one go to protect peace. People didn't want to go to war with Iraq because they weren't an immediate threat, or not immediate enough. So, how long would we have to wait? Warmongering and peacemongering are both horrible and cost many lives. I was just wondering if anyone else out there thinks that there is such a thing as warmongering; and which is worse warmongering or peacemongering? I'm not sure.