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Will Terrorist Attacks Be Launched During the World Cup?

Hans Boes | Fundamental principles of the American republic were thrown overboard by Spygate, the current spying scandal.. The Bush administration crossed the Rubicon when Bush set himself above the law in the ciourse of the bugging scandal. more...  0 Comments

Long Island Banner Drop at Northrop Grumman

none | Long Island Banner Drop at Northrop Grumman Facility spotted. more...  4 Comments

Emergency Demonstration Against U.S. War Crimes

Troops Out Now Coalition | Emergency Demonstration Against U.S. War Crimes

Say No to U.S. War Crimes!
RESIST! Don’t Enlist! Don’t Go!

Friday, June 9, 5-6 pm
Chambers Street Recruiting Station
157 Chambers St. more...  0 Comments

At the Turning Point: The War is Lost

Thomas Pany | In private reports to the pentagon, military commanders in the field admit the war is lost and the American military cannot contain the growing violence in the country. more...  0 Comments

Call Congress; Critical Vote to Close the School of the Americas Friday or Monday

SOA Watch Team | For the first time in six years, there will be a vote on legislation to close the SOA/WHINSEC, the U.S. Army school whose graduates are implicated in some of the worst human rights abuses in Latin America. As countries throughout the region go through historic changes, people in the U.S. have the opportunity to make historic change THIS WEEK by demanding justice, accountability, and suspension of the SOA/WHINSEC. more...  0 Comments

Why Zarqawi's Death Will Strengthen the Iraqi Resistance

A.K. Gupta | The death of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi should be of small comfort to the Bush administration. Having cried victory on many previous occasions—from “Mission Accomplished, the capture of Saddam Hussein, and the killing of his sons to the “transfer of power,” the razing of Fallujah and three elections—the White House struck a more cautious note upon discussing the death of the “Al Qaeda in Iraq” leader.

President Bush said his demise offered a chance to “turn the tide of the struggle” in Iraq.

While perhaps it’s less bombastic than declaring the insurgency is “in the last throes,” it’s more wishful thinking.

Bombing Zarqawi into oblivion will not end the resistance in Iraq. In fact, it may do the opposite. more...  4 Comments

Zarqaoui is an american invention

do | Letter from the people in Fallujah to Kofi Annan more...  7 Comments

May Saw a "First" in the Anti-War Movement

D. Burbeck | "America's first woman GI to declare herself a
conscientious objector, Katherine Jashinski,
was denied a discharge and courtmartialed on
May 23rd. She is serving a 120 day prison
sentence." more...  0 Comments

Al-Zarqawi and the ‘Superpower’

nano | All reports and profiles of Al-Zarqawi do not place him in the criminal genius category. Murdering thug and street crim maybe, but to evade the limitless resources of western agencies for two long years is out of the question unless of course the situation was managed to keep a population distracted, fearful, and compliant while precious resources were plundered and illegal invasions justified. more...  3 Comments

The Art of Propaganda

Darth Korth | The genre of entertainment films about war and the military is described as mili-tainment..Presenting war as entertainment means ignoring intellectual analysis to highlight emotional war stories... Militarism describes the hegemony of military values and goals in politics and social life expressed in the one-sided emphasis on the right of the stronger and the idea wars are necessary or inevitable. more...  0 Comments

New Zealand joins Australia’s military occupation of East Timor

John Braddock | The New Zealand Labour government last month dispatched nearly 200 troops to support the Australian-led military occupation of East Timor. Underlining the close Australian and New Zealand collaboration in neo-colonial exercises throughout the region, the contingent includes soldiers who were deployed in the initial 1999 intervention in East Timor, some who had recently served in the Solomon Islands, and a group of military police just returned from Afghanistan.
Using social unrest and the fracturing of East Timor’s security forces as the pretext, the Australian government pressed Dili into issuing an “invitation” on May 24 and immediately began landing 1,300 troops as well as additional support staff and police. New Zealand troops were not far behind. The barely disguised purpose of the intervention is to effect a “regime change” in the impoverished statelet and tighten Canberra’s grip on oil and gas resources in the region. more...  0 Comments

Lt. Ehren Watada Refuses Orders to Deploy to Iraq

Chiton | TACOMA, WA – Today, June 7, 2006, Lt. Ehren Watada from the 3rd Stryker Brigade, announced his refusal to redeploy to Iraq because the war is illegal. This makes Watada the first soldier to resist his orders on these grounds. Press from all the major media outlets showed up for the press conference that happened today at noon. Watada had planned to be at his press conference during his lunch break, but was prohibited to leave Fort Lewis by his superior officers. more...  0 Comments


Danny Malec | This year, as we prepare to commemorate the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 6 and 9), it is imperative that the global peace movement show the links between that genocide and the slaughter of innocent civilians carried out by the U.S. military in its "conventional" war in Haditha, Fallujah and throughout Iraq. more...  0 Comments

Iranian television broadcasts footage of alleged Ishaqi massacre at Ishaqi

David Edwards of | n this two minute segment broadcast on Iranian television June 2, some images of dead children at the alleged American massacre of 11 civilians in Ishaqi, Iraq can be seen. The photographs are not particularly graphic; more graphic photos, printed by RAW STORY last week, are still available here. Video by David Edwards of, from more...  0 Comments

Take Action: Help Close the SOA and the El Salvador ILEA!

CISPES | This week Congress will vote on an amendment to close the SOA/ WHINSEC. Rep. McGovern (MA) will introduce an amendment to the Foreign Operations appropriations bill to cut funding for the SOA/ WHINSEC! Meanwhile, funding for the new International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) will also be voted on as part of the same appropriations bill. Salvadorans consider this Academy an extension of the SOA and a new effort by the U.S. to extend its grip on Latin America by continuing to support the forces of state repression. more...  0 Comments

Who's Following the Money?

Dave Lindorff | So where did all those missing billions wind up? Odds are, that money’s back here in the USA, and more than likely in the GOP.

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Fatal Signal

Jurgen Trittin | Washington recognizes India as a nuclear power in the middle of the Iran negotiations over its nuclear program. Governments in the third world rightly ask why India's disdain of the international norm of disarmament is now given priority while Iran is treated so harshly. more...  0 Comments

Unilateralism is Over. Resistance Grows.

Rainer Rupp | Washington's efforts to completely cut off the Palestinian authority's money supply were stopped. In the question of Iraq, the Bush administration was manoevered offside in the UN Security Council. more...  0 Comments

People Mostly Want to Escape

Fredric L. Rice | A growing number of people wish to hide or flee from the Theofascist terrorist State in America while at the same time the ability to do so shrinks.
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"The Species Is Gonna Blow Itself Up If...": Noam Chomsky Interviewed by World Press Corps at U.N.

Donald Paneth | Chomsky discussed everything from U.S.-Iranian relations to climate change to his favorite newspaper during a wide-ranging two-hour press conference. more...  2 Comments

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