The writer is a U.S. citizen currently applying for immigration to Canada. On the application is the question: "Have you used, planned or advocated, or been associated with a group that used, uses, advocated or advocates, the use of armed struggle
or violence to reach political, religious or social objectives?" Does being associated with the U.S. count?
The writer understandably chooses to use a pseudonym.
But a spokesman for the state company said it isn't giving up on Siriri.
"It could be by us or by another company, but exploration will continue," he said.
In other words - U.S. military/economic aid to the Colombian State will continue.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst is trying to bust a union recently voted in by the resident assistants there-the first undergraduate union in the U.S. The R.A.'s urgently need support before the semester's out. Read here for more information and how you can help.
The Washington State Labor Council (WSLC) is now the second major labor organization on the West Coast to pass a resolution calling on the AFL-CIO to “come clean” about its foreign relations activities and to make amends for the “excesses of the Cold War era.”
Seems a bit strange to me that no one finds the fact that there is no investigation into the events of 911. Jesus at this point even the warren commission seems like an option...just kidding of course.