War & Peace
AJLPP-East Coast | Moral corruption and objectivity is the latest victim of the US-Arroyo’ regime’s propaganda in the Philippines.
Ahmar Mustikhan, Freelance Journalist | The American Friends of Baluchistan, a voice for peace in southwest Asia, expressed solidarity with the victims of Mumbai mayhem at a rally in Washington DC. It deplored Pakistan has refused to hand over the wanted terrorists. more... 0 Comments
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Adalah-NY | "I was beaten until I fainted. When I return to consciousness it was dark. The next day I crawled back." Testimonies from the mine in which Leviev is a partner. Shooting at residents, murderous beatings with digging spades, whipping, and being thrown into the mud. Tough testimonies from Angola describe the treatment of the area's poor by security personnel at the mine in which Leviev is a partner. Associates deny this: "those were not out people." Leviev's spokesperson: "The group created a revolution in the diamond industry in Africa in general and in Angola in particular. We have widespread social and philanthropic programs there." more... 0 Comments
NoDifferencePartyWorker | In a shocking betrayal of significant Canadian anti-war sentiment, the New Democratic Party has joined the pro-war Liberal party in a coalition party designed to unseat the ruling Conservative Party government of Stephen Harper.
Joseph A. Bello | Throughout his presidential campaign, President-elect Barack Obama stated that veterans’ issues would be a priority for his administration. With his selection on Sunday of retired General Eric K. Shinseki to head the Department of Veterans Affairs, the President-elect appears to have lived up to his promise of change and hope. more... 0 Comments
Todd A. Davis | A short article about Obama's implementation of the phased troop reductions in Iraq. more... 0 Comments
Michel Chossudovsky | "The Mumbai terrorist attacks bear certain similarities to the 2002 Bali attacks. In both cases, Western tourists were targets. The tourist resort of Kuta on the island of Bali, Indonesia, was the object of two separate attacks, which targeted mainly Australian tourists. (Ibid)
Stephen Lendman | plan for continued wars more... 0 Comments
Adalah-NY | New York human rights advocates protested this evening at the Madison Avenue jewelry store of Israeli billionaire and settlement mogul Lev Leviev where the elite, online social group “A Small World” held a cocktail party to "Buck the Recession with Champagne & Diamonds." Ten protesters chanted and banged drums on the street in front of the store despite the rain and cold, and despite an aggressive, but failed attempt by the NYPD to move them down the street from the store.
Ahmar Mustikhan, Freelance Journalist | The new administration that will take charge next year appears set to say goodbye to U.S. castration and is likely to play a more active role in combatting terrorism in South Asia. A pointer to this effect is an article by Bruce Riedel, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, who reportedly has President Barack Obama's ears on South Asia. more... 2 Comments
MN Roy | Now that Barack Obama has picked a cabinet that Carl Rove feels at home with, isn’t it time for the “left” to look reality in the face instead of keeping their heads up the Democrats’ derrieres and acting as if “everything is possible” because the preferred candidate of the capitalist class won. more... 3 Comments
Gary Sudborough | The terrorism perpetrated by nation-states is much vaster in scope and causes many more casualties than that caused by individuals or groups of individuals, even though the corporate media give the far greater attention and condemnation to that done by individuals more... 0 Comments
Collective | An urgent call to the National Democratic Front (NDF) and the Government of the Republic of the Philippines (GRP) regarding the recent killings of farmers!
Ahmar Mustikhan, Freelance Journalist | Shabbir Nooruddin, brother of the pope of a Muslim sect, was hurt at the Oberoi Hotel in Mumbai when the Pakistan-based 'Army of Pure' turned India's famed Bombay or 'City of Joy' into one of tears for three whole days. He is still in hospital. more... 0 Comments
David Solnit | This was the question a group of organizers from different parts of the last decades of global justice organizing responded to last week at a forum in New York City put together by Deep Dish TV, an independent video/media pioneer. Here are my thoughts. more... 0 Comments
Frank Gifford | There is an amazing momentum of exploitation by the United States. Peak Oil, Resource Depletion, Climate Change, and Over Population. These problems really are imminently solvable, but only if we are able to perceive them as problems. Entropy Pawsed and Peace Communities are working to unite people to help to solve these problems. more... 0 Comments
Gary Sudborough | The terrorism conducted by nation-states is vastly greater in degree and the number of casualties it causes than that conducted by individuals or groups of individuals. However, the majority of corporate media coverage and condemnation will go to that terrorism conducted by individuals. more... 0 Comments
Alex Kane | In a significant move for the Hempstead 15, the Nassau County District Attorney’s office has agreed to drop the charges of “disorderly conduct” and “failure to obey a lawful order” against 10 Iraq War veterans and 5 of their supporters when what is known as a six-month “Adjournment to Contemplate Dismissal (ACD)” is finished. more... 3 CommentsPage 191 | Page 189
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