The success of `the Surge' is becoming almost received wisdom in the US. This is strange since, if the US strategy did win such an important victory, why do American generals need more soldiers, currently 147,000 of them in Iraq, than they did before `the Surge' started?
and why it has become so expensive...try to get in touch with thte postal inspector to file a complaint about slow or missing mail though....these cops are all tax enforcers and this is a good example of that...the illegal marijuana tax act of 1937 is being enforced by people who are supposed to be serving america, but actually serve zion....b
Please join us in an initial planning meeting as we prepare a Boston protest demanding the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all occupation forces from iraq and the closing of all military bases. All are invited. Looking forward to seeing you there.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 3:00 PM
33 HARRISON AVE. 5TH FLOOR
CHINATOWN - BOSTON
On Saturday, August 23rd, Boston will remember the 81st anniversary of the execution of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, two Italian immigrants and committed anarchists whose trial is widely regarded as one of the greatest miscarriages of justice in American history.
We, the undersigned, condemn in the strongest possible terms the recent spate of killings of farmers and farmer-leaders in Masbate, perpetrated by individuals identified as belonging to the local command of the New People’s Army.
The stock market- and real estate-bubble occur in advanced capitalism. The government response was to create a second bubble, the great bubble transfer. The real estate bubble crashed last summer. John Bellamy Foster teaches at the University of Oregon and is editor of Monthly Review.