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Coalition of Anti-War Groups Protest Bush's Visit to the UN.

Alex Kane | On the morning of September 25, 2007, a loose coalition of anti-war groups gathered outside the UN at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza to protest the visit of George W. Bush. The coalition comprised of the NYC chapter of World Can’t Wait, Code Pink, Grannies for Peace, the War Resisters League, and a host of other groups, and the amount of people totaled about 1200. Barricades lined 1st avenue, with a large contingent of police officers deployed to deal with the chaos that ensues when world leaders converge on New York City, especially unpopular ones. The protest was confined to an area that was closed off with barricades on both sides. more...  7 Comments

Citizen's arrest of Bush at UN today

Arrest Cheney First | A citizen's arrest warrant has been issued! Please do your duty and see that it is served!

As George Bush made his appearance and speech today at the United Nations in NYC, 1,000 people issued a citizen's arrest warrant against him for war crimes and crimes against humanity. more...  1 Comments

Bush quietly advising Hillary Clinton, top Democrats

Bill Sammon | President Bush is quietly providing back-channel advice to Hillary Rodham Clinton. more...  0 Comments

The Cuban Five

posted by F Espinoza | I attended a briefing by Leonard Weinglass (he of the Daniel Ellsberg/Pentagon Papers fame, of the Amy Carter tribulations, and other famous efforts to achieve justice against at times huge odds) at Howard University's Law School on Wednesday, 12 September. I was stunned by what counselor Weinglass revealed... more...  0 Comments

Turning Ahmadinejad Into Public Enemy No. 1

Juan Cole | "There is, in fact, remarkably little substance to the debates now raging in the United States about Ahmadinejad. His quirky personality, penchant for outrageous one-liners, and combative populism are hardly serious concerns for foreign policy. Taking potshots at a bantam cock of a populist like Ahmadinejad is actually a way of expressing another, deeper anxiety: fear of Iran’s rising position as a regional power and its challenge to the American and Israeli status quo. The real reason his visit is controversial is that the American right has decided the United States needs to go to war against Iran. Ahmadinejad is therefore being configured as an enemy head of state." more...  1 Comments


Michael Oman-Reagan | All New Yorkers who object to the policies of the Bush administration are called to converge on the UN now to protest Bush as he addresses the General Assembly. more...  1 Comments

The Gandhi Tour benefit Event

The Gandhi Tour | (New York, NY): On October 10th, the Gandhi Tour, Dr. Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, and Avon Mattison, Cofounder of the United Nations 30 Days of Peace program, will host a benefit at the Donna Karan/Stephan Weiss Studio/NY to raise funds for The Gandhi Tour in 2008. more...  0 Comments

New Iranian TV channel covers Ahmadinejad's Columbia address

Renee Feltz | "Iranian television will show propaganda and will show that we Americans will accept his political views," said an unidentified Iranian-born Columbia student during Geraldo Rivera's live Fox News report from campus the night President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's controversial address. Apparently he hasn't seen the Press TV channel. more...  0 Comments

Join 12 Antiwar Coffin Marches to UN 9AM Tues - "Arrest Bush" Civil Disobedience

September 25 Peace Actions | The world will watch as members of at least 19 peace groups in New York City and around the country - including Cindy Sheehan and Col Anne Wright - march with shrouded and flag-draped coffins to the UN early Tuesday morning from sites in Staten Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan. "Arrest Bush" and WRL - departing the Times Square recruiting station at 8:00 - are coordinating a civil disobedience that will highlight the criminality of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan by attempting a citizen's arrest of George Bush for war-crimes abroad and violations of our civil rights at home. more...  2 Comments

Jews who love themselves too much and the warmongers who love them

Trotsky the Horse | Are there parallels between the Medieval pogroms against Jews at Eastertime and the present campaign against Iran after Yom Kippur? A Jewish perspective. more...  4 Comments

Stop Demonization of President Ahmadinejad!

International Action Center / Stop War on Ira | We denounce the campaign of demonization against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that has preceded his visit to attend the United Nations General Assembly in New York. We call on the anti-war movement, progressive organizations, students, workers and community groups to stand up to this racist campaign and say loudly and clearly: No war against Iran! more...  135 Comments

Campus Circus Maximus: Ahmadinejad Visits Columbia

Chris Anderson | Even on its best days, Columbia University exhibits something of fortress-like mentality. Its statuesque stone walls add a touch of Romanesque grandeur, but they mostly just serve to remind visitors and the occasional perceptive student of the institutions' historic isolation from its surrounding community. September 24 2007 was not one of Columbia's best days. The visit of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad segmented the campus and the streets outside into varying playpens for the exercise of free speech. more...  6 Comments

March Against Bush and the War Machine - TOMORROW

Socialist Party USA - NYC Local | On 25 September U.S. President George Bush will deliver an address at the annual opening of the United Nations. Bush is widely expected to defend the current failed military occupation of Iraq and lay the rhetorical groundwork for further military action against Iran. more...  0 Comments

US gave okay to 'bait' insurgents with ammo, then kill ANY Iraqi who touched it

Josh White and Joshua Partlow | Pentagon authorized snipers to "bait" suspected insurgents with detonation cords, plastic explosives and ammunition, then killing any Iraqi who picks up the items.
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Progress in Iraq: up to 80 US dead/month and rising

progress? | A linear fit to the rate of killing US occupants in Iraq per month since May 2003 (excluding the initial invasion in March and April 2003) shows continued average progress, starting from about 40 US state terrorists killed per month and now at about 85 US state terrorists killed per month. The fit implies an average rate of killing 100 US state terrorists per month by the end of 2008. Data source: more...  1 Comments

Candles Burn in East Harlem

K. Cyr | A candlelight vigil was held in front of the U.S. Army Recruiting Station in East Harlem this past Friday evening. Over 20 people gathered to share their experiences and grievances about the overwhelming presence of Army recruiters in Harlem and Washington Heights since US occupation in Iraq. The vigil was the first action in Harlem to demonstrate solidarity with the Iraq Moratorium, scheduled to take place on the third Friday of every month. Visit for more information of who is organizing across the nation.
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Iraq Moratorium at The New School

K. Cyr | SDS exhibits activism throughout Manhattan more...  0 Comments

Encampment Begins Saturday - End the War - Keep War Funding Off The Floor!

Steven Ceci | SEPT 29:
National March on Washington
SEPT 22-29:
Encampment in Front of Congress to STOP the War more...  0 Comments


john doraemi | Port Authority police records could blow open the 9/11 cover up. more...  1 Comments

An open letter to CINDY SHEEHAN concerning BREAKING with the DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Ira Jones | A strong anti-war movement requires challenging activists' illusions in the Democratic Party more...  0 Comments

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