Category Archives: Iraq

Paying the Price: Killing the Children of Iraq

JohnPilger Almost half the world’s population have suffered US “sanctions” — often the denial of essentials like medicines. It is an American way of war. With sanctions news again, I am posting my 1999 film, Paying the Price: Killing the … Continue reading

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CORPORATE INFLUENCE AND PARTISAN POLITICS HAVE PREVENTED CONGRESS FROM PASSING PROGRESSIVE LEGISLATION

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Wars of Aggression

9/11 was clearly a false flag operation used to seriously weaken our constitutional rights via the Patriot Act and allow for unending unilateral wars against other nations through the AUTHORIZATION FOR USE OF MILITARY FORCE (AUMF). Our Nation is the … Continue reading

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Threat of War on Iran

Unable to justify its actions to the U.N. Security Council, the U.S. has been for years illegally attacking Iran, another U.N. member country in violation of our constitution, the UN Charter and the Nuremberg Principles. Trump has withdrawn from the … Continue reading

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Veterans and GI Rights

Support for men and women in the armed forces must go far beyond the rhetoric used to discredit the peace movement in the U.S. today. We need to understand that the ill-advised and illegal actions of the U.S. administration have … Continue reading

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Foreign Policy

At the start of a new century, we stand poised between: The geopolitical conflict of East versus West. A future marked by the aftermath of the catastrophic events of September 11, 2001 The dangers of global terrorism. The U.S.-led invasion … Continue reading

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Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF)

Our government does not have any moral or legal right, or any justification, to preemptively attack another nation. The only legitimate use of military force is to repel an actual attack on our nation. We demand that our government adhere … Continue reading

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The Deeper Story Behind the Assassination of Soleimani

This story is a perfect example of not just how evil the Trump’s administration is, but just how strong the deep state’s control of our government has become. Trump is being advised about these options to control the leaders of … Continue reading

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