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Bruce Gagnon: Who Values Life the Most?

One familiar refrain from politicians... Young boy in Syria sleeps between the graves of his parents Bruce Gagnon  Organizing Notes  August 10, 2014 One familiar refrain from politicians and media in the US is that 'we value life' more than others around the world This is of course totally ridiculous absurd and spin intended to provide More

David Swanson: If a Genocide Falls in the Forest

 Yes, how many times can a man turn his head Pretending he just doesn't see? The answer my friend is blowin' in the wind The answer is blowin' in the wind. By David Swanson  warisacrime.org  05 August 2014 There's a wide and mysterious chasm between the stated intentions of the Israeli government as depicted by the U.S. More

Jay Janson: Merciless US NATO UN Genocide In Somalia

Merciless US NATO UN Genocide In Somalia Brought Nairobi Shopping Mall Blowback!Each scull belonged to someone precious to family and friends. Photo by Erik Orakel (via OpEdNews)Folks,Took me many days to run back over all this monstrous genocide; all the while in mind the hundreds of thousands of beautiful Somali children their eyes staring straight ahead, not seeing, as More

Taking notes 17: The good intentions that pave the road to war

"The obsession with 'genocide' as the primary humanitarian issue in the world today relativizes war. It reverses the final judgment of the Nuremberg Trials that: 'War is essentially an evil thing.'" by Diana Johnstone  April 2, 2013  PhilosophyforChange.org Opposing genocide has become a sort of cottage industry in the United States. Everywhere, “genocide studies” are cropping More

Diana Johnstone> The Good Intentions That Pave the Road to War

The Good Intentions That Pave the Road to War R2P and Genocide Prevention by DIANA JOHNSTONE  Counterpunch  WEEKEND EDITION FEBRUARY 1-3, 2013 Paris. Opposing genocide has become a sort of cottage industry in the United States. Everywhere, “genocide studies” are cropping up in universities.  Five years ago, an unlikely “Genocide Prevention Task Force” was set More

Diana Johnstone> The Good Intentions That Pave the Road to War

The Good Intentions That Pave the Road to War R2P and Genocide Prevention by DIANA JOHNSTONE  Counterpunch  WEEKEND EDITION FEBRUARY 1-3, 2013 Paris. Opposing genocide has become a sort of cottage industry in the United States. Everywhere, “genocide studies” are cropping up in universities.  Five years ago, an unlikely “Genocide Prevention Task Force” was set More

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