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Oz visit: A Dose of U.S. Delusion from Rice

Kingfisher | Australia experienced a dose of Americana in the form of a visit from (divorced from reality) Condoleezza Rice, who maintains that Iraq is in a better position today than prior to the US invasion! The whole world is aware of the absolute DEBACLE that is Iraq today and the ridiculous claims that were made prior to the invasion and now the absurd excuses from Wolfowitz, Rice and others, that everything will turn out fine in the end. Fairytale explanations do not ‘cut it’ outside the USA, Ms. Rice, what future or ‘end’ did you have in mind? The whole world is aware that you are ‘winging it’ or improvising as you go! But it’s a damn shame that kids and other innocents are dying while you and your criminally inept government lie and deceive. more...  0 Comments

Captain Ahab and his Watery Grave

Michael Jager | The novel Moby Dick appeared to Moltmann and others as the American myth. "The white whale is the symbol of evil and Captain Ahab is the tragic hero. America's messianic dream becomes the tragic myth." May the preacher of holy war motivated only by revenge, greed and power return to the ranch and become salt, light and leaven or a great cowboy! more...  0 Comments

Get Ready for a Weekend of Local Anti-War Protests

IMCista | A wide array of anti-war protests will be held this weekend in New York. These demonstrations will take place in all five boroughs and many outlying towns and villages and will involve everything from carrying mock coffins to picketing local congressional offices but above all focus on military recruiters and their role in supplying fresh bodies for the war machine. more...  4 Comments

Free Event - Follow the Women Slideshow

TIME'S UP! | Slideshow presentation of Follow the Women, a Bicycle Ride for Peace in the Middle East.
49 East Houston Street (btw Mott and Mulberry) more...  0 Comments

For a Worldwide Network against War

venceremos | The recent deluge of expressions of “concern” about Iran by Cheney, Bolton, Blair, Rumsfeld et al should be setting alarm bells ringing throughout the world. more...  0 Comments

On the 3rd anniversary of the war - we must be in the streets

che | a call to all who oppose the war to
make the 3rd anniversary of the war - a human tidal wave of antiwar energy in the streets more...  0 Comments

3 YEARS IN IRAQ- Over 100,000 Kids Killed NEW CFTM VIDEO OF OUTRAGE

Jay Shaft | OVER 100,000 KIDS KILLED SINCE 3/19/03!

WHERE IS THE AMERICAN PEOPLE'S OUTRAGE? more...  0 Comments

SDS NYC Announces M19 Action!

anewmorning | SDS has issued a call for youth and students to join the NYC anti-war march protesting the third anniversary of the US invasion and occupation of Iraq. Endorsed by the New York Metro Alliance of Anarchists (NYMAA), The Riverside Church Global Justice & Peace Ministries, The Industrial Workers of the World, War Resisters League, Socialist Party of NYC, Upfront News, and St. Mary's Manhattanville Church. more...  0 Comments

Poem For Rachel: There Are No Sides To Peace

Mary La Rosa | Rachel Corrie (1979-2003) more...  0 Comments

U.S. launches largest air assault in Iraq since 2003.

jmc78 | A military statement said the operation involving more than 50 aircraft and 1,500 Iraqi and U.S. troops as well as 200 tactical vehicles targeted suspected insurgents operating in Salah Ad Din, a province that includes Samarra, a town located 60 miles north of Baghdad. more...  2 Comments

Free Leonard Peltier !

Suzaka | On March 6, supporters filled the room at the Community Church to demand the release of Leonard Peltier, political prisoner held for 30 years by U.S. government. more...  1 Comments

The Music for Peace Project NYC at Judson Memorial Church April 1-2

Julie Harting | In conjunction with a series of worldwide concerts during the weekend of March 31 – April 2, the Musicians’ Alliance for Peace NYC will host a FREE two-day festival of music and ideas in collaboration with peace and social justice organizations at the historic Judson Memorial Church in Washington Square Park on April 1st and 2nd. The events will include two concerts of music by local composers and performers, a roundtable discussion, as well as two featured concerts: Keith Pray's Soul Jazz Revival with special guest Ray Vega and the 12 Piece Columbian Jazz Dance Band Folklore Urbano. more...  0 Comments

More tumult on Pace University campus

Brian Kelly | Students from the Campus Antiwar Network (CAN), and the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) were joined by university students, professors, original SDS’ers, and CAN members who faced repression at CCNY. They launched one of the largest protests Pace University’s campus had seen. The university, which is not accustomed to being challenged, let alone having to deal with large protests, was not prepared for the event. more...  12 Comments

Interview with Japanese author and anti-war activist Makoto Oda

Brian Covert / Independent Journalist | As the three-year mark of the U.S. invasion of Iraq nears, Makoto Oda, one of Japan's most prominent authors and anti-war activists in the last half-century, looks back on wars of the past....and ahead to the path toward peace in the future. more...  0 Comments

Call for Direct Action Against World Bank and IMF Meetings

Farragut Squares Collective | Come to Washington, DC April 22-23 to take direct action against the World Bank and IMF more...  1 Comments

279 photographs and 19 videos of US Army torture released here

CCNWON | 279 photographs and 19 videos from the Army's internal investigation record a harrowing three months of detainee abuse inside the notorious prison -- and make clear that many of those responsible have yet to be held accountable. more...  0 Comments

Storming the Bastille and Direct Action

nano | It should now be apparent to all that the usual strategies have proven ineffective against the ultra-right of today. The reasons are clear; the right is playing hard, fast and bold while the opposition is lost in analysis and navel gazing. ‘Storming the Bastille’ may again be required to precipitate change. Demos, alternative media, various forms of dissenting propaganda have all failed to alter the course of events. It would seem that while one side is playing hardball (for keeps) the other is content to fossick on the shores of world-shaping politics. more...  0 Comments

Anti-War Panel and SpeakOut Tonight

David | MediaChannel.org is hosting a panel discussion and Anti-War SpeakOut tonight at 7pm. Admission is FREE!

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International Women’s Day: From Asia to Latin America, marchers decry imperialism

Kathy Durkin | Today the socialist legacy of IWD is vital as women deal with capitalist inequality, poverty and oppression. Socialism is needed to truly emancipate women. more...  0 Comments

Seritypes: Anti-Imperialist Arts

Drye et al | In answer to the current Washington administration's demand that we disregard the constitution and common decency and live in silent, surveilled fear of unseen, dark enemies as proof of our patriotism, we may reaffirm our belief in a shared humanity. more...  0 Comments

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