We, the Auto Immune of Global Economics, need some group self help before protesters are killed in D.C. during S28 and we fill our patriotic-caused cavities with recently age-liberated American youth among new war dead. Shared Gabriels are beating more than their drums: they are beating us at the consciousness game. Fly a Human Rights flag, too.
Evidence is mounting that the Bush administration may have deliberately provoked a terrorist attack on the U.S. as a means of justifying its plans to replace the Taliban in Afghanistan with a puppet government friendly to gas and oil development in the region.
Between The Lines' Scott Harris spoke with the Rev. Jim Wallis, editor of Sojourners Magazine, who summarizes the statement he helped draft and his concerns as America and the world enter a new and dangerous era.
On September 20, an estimated 600 people marched through Boston and Cambridge to demand peace and justice for all people. Students and workers came together to denounce US policies that promote inequality, poverty and violence both here and abroad. The night was filled with "We don't want your racist war!" and a cry for the attrocities of September 11 not to be followed by the deaths of more innocent people. Poor quality video but easy to load. 2:54 min.
On Sunday, September 23 from 1:00-2:30pm, at Copley Square,
organizations and communities from the Boston area are gathering to
mourn the loss of life on September 11, to stand against the cycle of
violence, and to give their support to those who are being targeted on
the grounds of ethnicity and religion in the wake of this tragedy.