Tag Archives: war

Sacrifice

Right after Obama began his SOTU speech with a plea asking civillians to emulate his military, the military justice system whitewashed the Haditha Massacre and its coverup. That was one of many war crimes committed by US troops that led … Continue reading

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“Responsibility to Protect”

“Unmarked NATO warplanes are arriving at Turkish military bases close to Iskenderum on the Syrian border, delivering weapons from the late Muammar Gaddafi’s arsenals as well as volunteers from the Libyan Transitional National Council who are experienced in pitting local … Continue reading

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Channeling the Arab Spring

“The United States appears to be using a strategy in Syria that it has perfected over the years, having succeeded most recently in Libya: arming small paramilitary groups loyal to U.S. interests that claim to speak for the native population; … Continue reading

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A Simple Question

“How can you pretend to vehemently oppose the slaughter of foreign civilians, the deprivation of due process, a posture of Endless War, radical secrecy, etc., when the President behind whom you’re faithfully marching is an aggressive advocate and implementer of … Continue reading

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Peace Prize

“I wonder what all those guys Obama beat out for the Nobel Peace Prize are doing now.” -The Onion raises a valid point

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Occupation

We must recognize that no one beholden to Big Money can lead America towards being a truly democratic republic. Continue reading

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A Radical Proposal

Want to end the threat of terrorism against this country? Put George Bush on trial for war crimes. Continue reading

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Killing Ourselves

The U.S. Army reported that 32 soldiers committed suicide during the month of July, the highest number since figures started being released in 2009. –Harper’s Weekly, linking to the Washington Post

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More for War

“It is telling indeed how virtually all political good news — all national celebrations — now involve America’s ability to kill the latest Bad Guy.” -Glenn Greenwald on war cheerleading, and the sacred defense budget

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Burning Pakistan

Burning Pakistan Bush Gifted Obama Granted -Pakistani protest sign

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