The 'human shields' have been sending back snap shots of the people of Baghdad. Now a rare chance to actually see those the American taxpayer will be party to slaughtering. "There will not be a safe place in Baghdad. The sheer size of this has never been seen before, never been contemplated before." Unnamed Pentagon Official. "You have this simultaneous effect, rather like the nuclear weapons at Hiroshima, not taking days or weeks but in minutes." Harlan Ullman, one of the authors of the Shock and Awe concept.
Walk out of class! Call into work! Meet at Govt center at 5 pm.
march to Copley sq. by 6:30. It's time to escalate the voices of dissent. Fear is not an option. DAy X will mark a begining to yearX. We will shut down the massachusetts economy.
-hand out flyers at malls
-talk to your friends and neighbors
-contact your state reps
-hold your head up high
the grassroots anti-war/ anti-globalization movement is at a fever-pitch and we can't be stopped.
The continuing escalation of the never-ending Israeli war against the entire non-Jewish population of mandated Palestine has become the model for the Bush administration's never-ending war against all those who stand in the way of U.S. economic and military hegemony around the world.
No matter what your views on President Bush's statement of upcoming war,
this, from an English journalist, is very interesting. Just a word of
background for those of you who aren't familiar with the UK's Daily
Mirror. This is a notoriously left-wing daily that is normally not
supportive of the Colonials across the Atlantic.
I'm a retired Special Forces Master Sergeant. That doesn't cut much for
those who will only accept the opinions of former officers on military
matters, since we enlisted swine are assumed to be incapable of grasping the nuances of doctrine.
As a looming international conflict threatens to deepen uncertainty and polarize cultures across the globe, one international charity is using music to deliver a message of peace and unity. One World Beat, dedicated to raising awareness and funds for global and local charitable projects, announces the One World Beat Festival, 2003.