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News :: Environment : Globalization : International : War and Militarism
Global Protests Slam G8 Support of Nuclear, Coal, Oil
18 Jul 2006
The protests included large "banner drops" in multiple cities, protests of coal and oil companies, and rallies at the U.S. embassy in London and the Washington, DC home of U.S. Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman. On Friday, protestors showed up at Bodman's home, demanding that the United States and the G8 abandon the focus on nuclear, coal, and on oil wars as "energy security." They chanted "No Coal, No Nukes, G-8 shut it down!" No arrests took place.
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Commentary :: War and Militarism
Iraq Vet and NJ Native Tells His Story
18 Jul 2006
Another casualty of war speaks out about what he has witnessed.
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Announcement :: Environment : Globalization : International : Organizing : War and Militarism
Chronicle of global resistance against the 2006 G8 Summit!
18 Jul 2006
July 14, 2006 was a <a href="";>Global Day of Action against the G8</a>. July 15, 2006 was an <a href="";>International Day of Action for Climate Justice, and against Climate Change and the G8</a>. Below is a partial list of anti-G8 actions that happened on these days around the world, and on other days in St. Petersburg and elsewhere during the past week.
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News :: Social Welfare Publishes Story on the Prosperity Project: the first Open Source Social Enterprise
18 Jul 2006
Since turning the Prosperity Project into the first Open Source Social Enterprise, founder Kim Breas has been reaching out to social justice and economic development nonprofits across the nation. Read the story on the Prosperity Project at:
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Announcement :: War and Militarism
National Emergency March on Washington, Sat. Aug 12: Defend Palestine &amp;amp; Lebanon
18 Jul 2006
Saturday, August 12, 12 Noon, at the White House: NATIONAL EMERGENCY MARCH ON WASHINGTON! Defend the People of Palestine and Lebanon! Stop the U.S.-Israeli War! From Iraq to Lebanon to Palestine, Occupation is a Crime! Stop U.S. Aid to Israel! Support the Palestinian People's Right to Return! Money for Jobs and Education, Not for War and Occupation!
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Commentary :: Education
Thank You, Israel!
18 Jul 2006
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Commentary :: Race
Apocalyptic Muslim Jew Hatred
18 Jul 2006
Guess what theology Hezbollah's and Hamas' jihad against Israel is based on?
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News :: War and Militarism
War? or Apocalypse by Design
18 Jul 2006
Modified: 10:26:28 AM
One of the forgotten sources of the ongoing violence in the Middle East between Arabs and Israel is not oil but something more cooky yet sinister... Christainity. Christains secretly see the violence to be in their favor for it will bring back their messiah. In ancient times a man who thought he was a god, knowng he would be executed, told his followers that in order for him to return from the dead and inititate the "end times" a number of things would first have to happen, chief among them being that Jerusalem would have to be surrounded, assaulted, and fall to outside enemies. Some people (perhaps even Evangelical born-again Presidents) might secretly believe this malarky still.
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News :: Education
Indymedia Beirut Backing Israeli Fight against Terrorism and Anarch-Fascism
18 Jul 2006
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LOCAL News :: Social Welfare
Photos from Anti-Biolab action
18 Jul 2006
Here are some photographs of the death procession today against the B.U. biolab. Though the pictures may not show it, around 8 people participated. Splitting into two groups to cover both sides of the street, the procession went down Newbury St, Mass Ave, and then back towards Copley Square on a different road. The procession was very successful and participants talked to countless passerbys about the biolab, some who were already against it and others who lived in the area but had never heard of it. The death procession is to become a regular action, most likely varying in location but continuing on Mondays.
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