War & Peace
Kristen Ess | The divide and conquer technique seems so easily employed in the Middle East. Under US occupation, Iraq has fallen apart in Sunni – Shi'ite fighting, not that it did not exist before, but not to the same extent in intention. Under Israeli occupation, Palestine has fallen apart with the Hamas – Fateh fighting. But the issue of timing and political party in Iraq may have more to do with the United States' publicly stated plan this summer for its “New Middle East” than originally thought. more... 0 Comments
David Crossland | Even Saddam Hussein had a right to human dignity despite his crimes.. It's a bizarre notion that this inhuman spectacle should aid the development of democracy and order in Iraq. more... 0 Comments
War Resisters League | We are organizing a weekend of events and actions that will let the broad mass of New Yorkers make a personal political statement against the Iraq War. The millions that went into the streets on February 15 need to make themselves heard again - now joined by the millions more that have come to oppose the war since it began four long years ago. We are looking for new ideas and new blood -- novel actions that will both give voice to the city's diverse communities as well as capture the imagination of a new generation of protestors. Pizza Provided. more... 0 Comments
Working Class Emancipation | Drop the charges against the Smoke Shop Seven!
John Gibler | Photos from second and third days of Zapatista Encuentro in Oventik more... 0 Comments
Out Now | Petition: Why we stand for immediate withdrawal from Iraq more... 0 Comments
Task Force Subic Rape (TFSR) | "It's an utterly shameless act of collaboration of the Arroyo regime
fred askew | On the first day of the New Year, Grandmothers Against The War and supporters lined the sidewalk along 5th Ave in NYC. more... 0 Comments
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W. David Jenkins III | What if Bush’s infamous bubble is really beginning to break?
aatw | Basel Street, one of Tel Aviv's hippest coffee shop centers, was blocked by 20 anarchists, using razor wire from the wall itself Dec 28 2006 at around 14:00. more... 0 Comments
carlos vigueras | Brad Will is waiting for justice. His camera is runing on looking for the killers of 20 people in Oaxaca.
GDAEman | This is a synopsis of a collection of essays on our times in 2006. more... 0 Comments
Stephen Lendman | Ariel Sharon likely poisoned Yasser Arafat more... 1 Comments
Ken Meyercord | I'm sick with concern that we may be behind most of the so-called "sectarian violence" devastating the Iraqi people. Whether the aim is to simply kill as many Iraqis as possible or to drive them into exile so as to make it easier to govern those remaining, the immediate target of the tactic is the Iraqi people as a whole - not enemy combatants, insurgents, or any identifiable subgroup- and in this sense it constitutes genocide.
Gregory Elich | The transformation of Saddam Hussein from ally to enemy more... 0 Comments
Azmi Bishara | This year marked a major shift in American fortunes; one to which nationalist and leftist Arab political forces much respond in unity
nano | The execution of the murderer, Saddam Hussein, by American organised criminals, via their proxies in Iraq, highlights the fact that criminals vying for power determine the course of the world. The coalition of Bush, Blair and Howard is directly responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians yet these leaders commit their crimes with impunity. The defining principle is not law (as is claimed) it is brute force! Economic and military power determines who is a ‘criminal’ and who is a ‘saviour’, regardless of the similarity of the acts committed. more... 1 Comments
Kevin Keating firstname.lastname@example.org | While some of the smaller predictions I made here weren't borne out by subsequent events, the overall analysis and the larger picture I present are spot-on. more... 0 Comments
Jonathan Cook | "But in fact, each of these breakdowns of social order appears to have been engineered either by the United States or by Israel. In Palestine, Lebanon and Iraq, sectarian difference is less important than a clash of political ideologies and interests as rival factions disagree about whether to submit to, or resist, American and Israeli interference. Where the factions derive their funding and legitimacy from — increasingly a choice between the US or Iran — seems to determine where they stand in this confrontation."
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