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Gillo Pontecorvo, Director of the Battle of Algiers, Dies at 86

Modern Pitung | Sad news: Gillo Pontecorvo, the Italian director of classic films of the late 1950s and 60s, including Kapo, Queimada, and The Battle of Algiers has died. more...  3 Comments

Why is the American press silent on the report of 655,000 Iraqi deaths?

Joe Kay | The US media is virtually silent on a new scientific study that estimates the Iraqi death toll from the US war at 655,000. The study, conducted by Johns Hopkins University’s Bloomberg School of Public Health and funded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, was posted Wednesday on the web site of the British medical journal, the Lancet. more...  1 Comments

Code Pink Interrupts Bush @ Energy Conference

reposted | Received from Laurie Meier of St. Louis Code Pink: more...  5 Comments

War and Moral Choice

Tom Kertes | The moral issues related to participation in a given war or act of warfare should be considered first by those making the choice to either participate in or oppose that war or act of warfare. more...  0 Comments

Picket in Support of Irish Political Prisoners - Tommorrow!

National Irish Freedom Committee | Irish Republican Political Prisoners in Maghaberry jail have been on protest since the June 19. They have issued five demands. These are:

* Free association
* Freedom of movement
* The right to full-time education
* Separate visiting facilities
* The right to organise their own landings
have declared that their resolve is strong, and that all attempts at criminalisation will fail. They have undertaken 24-hour, 48-hour and 72-hour fasts, and have refused to eat in their cells since the protest began. (The cells are equipped with a toilet.) There is an onus on everybody to exert whatever influence they can to resolve the situation in Maghaberry before the prisoners' health suffers.

The prisoners urgently need YOUR support!
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U.S. Military Has Killed 127-238,000 Iraqi Civilians

Dave Lindorff | Most of the media have missed the main point about the Johns Hopkins/Lancet study of deaths caused by the U.S. invasion. Certainly it’s true that many of those deaths have been caused by Iraqi insurgents, civil war fighters and criminals, but nearly a third of them—nearly all civilians and a high proportion children--were the direct result of U.S. weapons fire.
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Aborígenes del continente llaman a pasar de la resistencia al poder

Hernán Mena Cifuentes | Desde Alaska hasta la Patagonia, se escucha el clamor de esos millones de seres humanos, exigiendo sus derechos, negadas durante siglos por la sociedad y sus gobiernos que, siguiendo leyes y costumbres impuestas por los mal llamados descubridores, siguen imponiendo el poder heredado de aquellos, despojándolos de las pocas tierras que les quedan, envenenando el hábitat, donde a duras penas sobreviven en medio del hambre, pobreza y enfermedades a los que han sido condenados.
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Rose Colored Glasses: A New & Unique Public Education & Deprogramming Video Series.

RCG Webmaster | I had two goals when making this series. To make a permanent historical record of these dark times, AND to make these videos available as cheap and easily mass-produced Super VCD's for apathetic and uninformed people to be able to watch on their Televisions. It is my hope that activists might use them as tools to educate and to inspire the populace. more...  0 Comments

Important data for anyone doing antiwar work from The Lancet

bartleby | Repsected British medical journal The Lancet has published new statistics on who is getting killed in Iraq.
It is important that you have an understanding of these numbers. Being knowledgable can go a long way toward impressing folks on the fence with the fact that you know of what you speak nd should be taken seriously. more...  0 Comments

North Korea's Bomb

CHUCKMAN | AMERICA'S UNWILLINGNESS TO TALK more...  0 Comments

North Korea nuke test: A justified measure of self-defense

Working Class Emancipation | We revolutionaries are for the unconditional defense of North Korea,
because the post-World-War-II liberation of Korea destroyed capitalism
in the North, driving out the capitalists and big landlords, and created
a workers' state that was deformed from the start by a conservative
bureaucracy on the Stalinist model. more...  0 Comments

CNN: Bush denies Iraq's Death Toll Has Reached 655,000

Washington Post + CNN | "According to the survey results, Iraq's mortality rate in the year before the invasion was 5.5 deaths per 1,000 people; in the post-invasion period it was 13.3 deaths per 1,000 people per year. The difference between these rates was used to calculate "excess deaths." more...  0 Comments

Transatlantic passenger data deal a capitulation to US demands

David Lundy | Speaking today at the European Parliament in Brussels, German GUE/NGL MEP Sylvia Yvonne Kaufmann attacked the recent EU-US passenger data accord and called for greater protection for passengers' privacy. more...  0 Comments

U.S. Intervention in Venezuela and in Latin America

Noam Chomsky | A public event on the occasion of the 30th Anniversary of the bombing of Cubana airliner, flight 455, which cost the lives of 73 passengers, was held on October 6th, 2006, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Boston. Participating in this event were political activist and analyst Noam Chomsky, Cuban specialist and French scholar Salim Lamrani and the President of the National Lawyer’s Guild, Michael Avery, for a discussion of US foreign policy towards Cuba and Latin America, and the cases of Luis Posada Carriles and the Cuban Five. more...  0 Comments

655,000 Deaths in Iraq

Blofeld | Today's release today of the Lancet report on 655,000 Iraqis killed as a result of the american aggression.

 http://www.thelancet.com/webfiles/images/journals/lancet/s0140673606694919.pdf

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The Coming World War

Jurgen Elsasser | US officials spoke of the necessity of a new world war right after Sept 11, 2006.. Perhaps permenent disorder is central, not a new order in the world.. Do they only want to fill their pockets by setting the whole world in flames? more...  0 Comments

cultures of resistance: call for footage

mfnw | MakeFilmsNotWar.org is seeking footage from filmmakers around the world for a feature-length documentary called CULTURES OF RESISTANCE. more...  0 Comments

CPP congratulates DPR-Korea for nuke breakthrough

Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) | The Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) today congratulated the people and government of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea for successfully and safely carrying out its first-ever nuclear test and hailed the successful test as a “militant assertion of national sovereignty and the right of an independent country to develop its own powerful self-reliant defense capability amidst constant efforts by the US to impose its imperialist hegemony over the world, maintain its monopoly of nuclear weapons along with a few other powerful countries, and subvert the sovereign will of the DPRK.”

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Provocative US attack on Shiite militia in Iraq

James Cogan | An attack over the weekend in Diwaniyah, a city to the south of Baghdad, signals a major intensification in the operations of US forces in Iraq against the Mahdi Army, the armed wing of the Shiite fundamentalist movement nominally headed by the cleric Moqtada al-Sadr. more...  0 Comments

March 17: Help us retake Congress and the White House

United for Peace and Justice | March 19, 2007, will mark the 4th anniversary of the U.S. war and occupation in Iraq. The whole world knows this war was based on lies -- a war that never should have happened. And while we've seen tremendous growth of antiwar sentiment throughout this country, we have yet to develop a force that is strong enough to force the government to end the war and bring the troops home. Now, more than ever, we must re-double our efforts and re-energize our work. We've had 6 years of Republican lies; it's time to take back our country. It is our Patriotic duty to defend the precious liberties our Founding Fathers fought for, civil liberties that are being eroded daily by the Bush Administration. more...  7 Comments

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