At WJUL, the student-run radio station at UMASS-Lowell, DJ's and student administrators recently had 25 hours of airtime a week sold by the university to the Lowell Sun, a newspaper owned by the Media News Group, the seventh-largest newspaper owner in the US. The following is a letter from Abram Taber, WJUL's general manager to station alumni, seeking help and support. You can help, too!
Some people have noticed that there seem to be a rather--disporportionately--unusually high incidence of U.S. military (so-called) "vehicle accidents" in Iraq. So, many vehicles "running off the road and flipping over"! What!?: Can't American soldiers drive!? OR IS SOMETHING *ELSE* GOING ON? ANOTHER ASPECT OF GUERILLA WAR.
4.5 millions peoples out of 20 (more than 20% of the population) are condemned to death by the social policies of the government which applies the policies of the IMF meant to exterminate those useless and unproductive peoples.