Tag Archives: militarism
Surveillance Reports Paint Protesters as Desperate and Deviant
Coleen Rowley on PressTV re military build-up.
Political Insanity prevails. And insanity could potentially unleash World War III.
Black humanity and dignity requires Black political will and power. Despite constant exploitation and perpetual oppression, Black people have bravely and brilliantly been the driving force pushing the U.S. towards the ideals it articulates but has never achieved. In recent years we have taken to the streets, launched massive campaigns, and impacted elections, but our elected leaders have failed to address the legitimate demands of our Movement. We can no longer wait.
Since the early 1980s, polls in the US have shown that most people believe that the government is run by a few big interests looking out for themselves… I do not know of earlier polls, or polls in other countries, but it would not be surprising if the results are similar. The important question is: are people motivated to do something about it?
The Terror Factory reveals shocking information about the criminals, con men, and liars the FBI uses as paid informants…
Chris Hedges: “The permanent war economy is sustained through fearmongering—about communists during the Cold War and about Islamic jihadists today.”
Kathy is a tireless peace activist, pacifist, author, founder of Voices in the Wilderness and now a co-leader and co-founder of Voices for Creative Nonviolence. She spoke about the Christian Peacemakers Team and their role and incarceration in Iraq and about U.S. militarism and activism and dedication to peacemaking. Link to videos of Peacestock’s The War on […]
“This is Glenn Greenwald with the Intercept, and my guest today is Jameel Jaffer, the Deputy Legal Director of the ACLU, and we are here to discuss the still intensifying drama in the Senate and the House over the debate concerning reauthorization of the Patriot Act, key provisions of which are scheduled to expire on June 1st.”
Fiore: The rear echelon politicians, cheerleaders and war planners seem to have another sort of selective memory [from the fog of war], that’s where the Frog of War comes in. Enjoy the cartoon, and be sure to check out the links behind the cartoon.
Mary Beaudoin, Editor Winter II 2014 Has the U.S. Constitution Been Lost to Military Rule? By Todd Pierce PM: On the Nuclear Watch By Polly Mann ¡Presente! at the Gates of the SOA and Stewart Detention Center By Pepperwolf Twelve Memes of 2014 to Say Good-bye to in 2015 By Jeff Nygaard NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES Prefer to read the newsletter […]