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Anti-War March This Sunday (english)
30 Oct 2002
Modified: 01 Nov 2002
On November 3 at 1 PM a peace rally will begin in Boston Common.
On November 3 at 1 PM a peace rally will begin in Boston Common.

10,000 demonstrators are expected!!! Bring Drums!!! Bring Puppets!!! But mostly, Bring Yourself!!! After an hour or so, we will begin a march through the streets of Boston.The music will be live, with rock to reggae and not too much folk. Buddhist drummers will lead the march. Sponsored by United for Justice With Peace and other peace groups.

Spread the word!

p.s. Bush says to stay home and watch football instead!
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Downlaod flyers (english)
30 Oct 2002
here is the PDF file of the above flyer!

Another Flyer available at

download them and print some up for your neighborhood!
Who Cares What Bush Says? (english)
30 Oct 2002
Obviously Dubya is just a retarded puppet politician who mumbles absurdities whenever Ari Flyshit tells him to.

This so-called "War on Terrorism" - aside from the legitimate crackdown on the Mossad - has been planned (and played) by the "Big Boys" for a VERY LONG TIME.

Paul Wolfowitz, not Dubya nor even Don Bumsfeld, is really running the Pentagon. And both Democrats and Republicans are guilty of unanimously confirming this madman:

On February 5, 2001, President Bush announced his intention to nominate Dr. Paul Wolfowitz to be Deputy Secretary of Defense. He was unanimously confirmed by the Senate on Feb. 28th and sworn in March 2, 2001 as the 28th Deputy Secretary of Defense. This is Dr. Wolfowitz's third tour of duty in the Pentagon.

For the last seven years, Dr. Wolfowitz has served as Dean and Professor of International Relations at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of The Johns Hopkins University. SAIS is widely regarded as one of the world's leading graduate schools of international relations with 750 students, studying on campuses in Washington, D.C.; Nanjing, China; and Bologna, Italy. As Dean, he led a successful capital campaign that raised more than $75 million and doubled the school's endowment. Also under his leadership, the curriculum and facilities were modernized and new faculty and programs were added to shift the school's focus from the Cold War to the era of globalization.

From 1989 to 1993, Dr. Wolfowitz served as Under Secretary of Defense for Policy in charge of the 700-person defense policy team that was responsible to Secretary Dick Cheney for matters concerning strategy, plans, and policy. During this period Secretary Wolfowitz and his staff had major responsibilities for the reshaping of strategy and force posture at the end of the Cold War.

Under his leadership, the Policy Staff played a major role in reviewing war plans for the Gulf War, and developing and executing plans that successfully raised more than $50 billion in Allied financial support for the war and prevented Iraq from opening a second front with Israel. Other key initiatives included the development of the Regional Defense Strategy, the Base Force, and two presidential nuclear initiatives that led to the elimination of tens of thousands of U.S. and Soviet nuclear weapons.

During the Reagan administration, Dr. Wolfowitz served for three years as U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia - the fourth largest country in the world and the largest in the Moslem world. There he earned a reputation as a highly popular and effective Ambassador, a tough negotiator on behalf of American intellectual property owners, and a public advocate of political openness and democratic values. During his tenure, Embassy Jakarta was cited as one of the four best-managed embassies inspected in 1988.

Prior to that posting, he served three and a half years as Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, where he was in charge of U.S. relations with more than twenty countries. In addition to contributing to substantial improvements in U.S. relations with Japan and China, Assistant Secretary Wolfowitz played a central role in coordinating the U.S. policy toward the Philippines that supported a peaceful transition from the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos to democracy.

Dr. Wolfowitz's previous government service included:

Two years as head of the State Department's Policy Planning Staff (1981-82):

An earlier Pentagon tour as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Regional Programs (1977-80), where he helped create the force that later became the United States Central Command and initiated the Maritime Pre-positioning Ships, the backbone of the initial U.S. deployment twelve years later in Operation Desert Shield;

Four years (1973-77) in the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, working on the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks and a number of nuclear nonproliferation issues; and

A year as a Management Intern at the Bureau of the Budget (1966-67).

Dr. Wolfowitz taught previously at Yale (1970-73) and Johns Hopkins (1981). In 1993, he was the George F. Kennan Professor of National Security Strategy at the National War College. He has written widely on the subject of national strategy and foreign policy and was a member of the advisory boards of the journals Foreign Affairs and National Interest.

Among his many awards for public service are:

The Presidential Citizen's Medal,

The Department of Defense's Distinguished Public Service Medal,

The Department of State's Distinguished Honor Award,

The Department of Defense's Distinguished Civilian Service Medal, and

The Arms Control and Disarmament Agency's Distinguished Honor Award.

Dr. Wolfowitz received a bachelor's degree from Cornell University (1965) in mathematics, and a doctorate in political science from the University of Chicago (1972).

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30 Oct 2002
Check out Canada. I have found the most corruption in canada. The court system, is it fair???
See also:
30 Oct 2002
Check out Canada. I have found the most corruption in canada. The court system, is it fair???
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Why make us choose? (english)
01 Nov 2002
Why make us choose the game or the rally? I think it's a mistake to assume that if we are anti-war than we aren't going to want to watch a big football game.

Thanks for the hard work -- this is very important.

P.S. This will be the first election Kerry will not get my vote.
01 Nov 2002
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