Stop the Wars at Home and Abroad!

Which way for the antiwar movement?   Demand ‘Negotiations’ or ‘Stop the Wars’?

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, November 15, 2022 As the war in Ukraine grows more protracted and dangerous, its consequences will arouse fear among many and opposition among those making the greatest sacrifices. The economic consequences of recession and growing inflation in the U.S. and the far greater disarray in the EU, caused by imposing sanctions on Russia,[…]

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Ukraine War protestors: “Negotiations Now!”

by Reginald Johnson, October 25, 2022 MIDDLETOWN, CT — Peace activists took to the streets here Saturday to protest the war in Ukraine and warn people that the conflict threatens to become a nuclear holocaust. Gathering on the corner of Main and Washington, the demonstrators held signs and passed out fliers which said “Prevent Nuclear War” and “Negotiations Now.” “We’ve[…]

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Hashtag Activism and US Imperialism

by Erica Caines, published on Hood Communist, October 13, 2022 The abundance of “hashtag activism” has created a false sense of importance for the everyday individual being driven by weaponized empathy to speak out about a cause or injustice happening internationally. This false sense of importance, brought on by the use of hashtags as awareness, is ignited by already held[…]

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Back to The Streets! Say NO to U.S. Wars!

by Minnie Bruce Pratt, published on Workers World, October 18, 2022 The United National Antiwar Coalition issued the call “Back to the streets! Say NO to U.S. wars!” for Oct. 15-22, and growing protests of people answered. UNAC’s goal is to “unify in collective action against the major perpetrator of war and injustice in the world: the U.S. government, along[…]

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Activism Anti-Boycott Laws Are a Dystopian Nightmare

by Hamzah Khan, published on Mondoweiss, October 4, 2022 The right to boycott was once enshrined by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1982, but the recent passing of anti-BDS laws in several U.S. states shows how fragile basic civil rights have become.  Few things have as much bipartisan support in the U.S. as unconditional support for Israel. Ironically, while criticisms[…]

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Trump Calls for Peace in Ukraine While the Democrats Make Support for War a Midterm Campaign Issue

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, October 12, 2022 Donald Trump is no peace maker, but his stance on negotiations to end the war in Ukraine is in stark contrast to that of the democrats, who fully support continuing the dangerous proxy war against Russia. Anti-war forces must step up and struggle for peace. Since the U.S. sponsored coup[…]

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Surviving the Killing Fields: a Worldwide Challenge

by Nick Mottern and Kathy Kelly, published on Counterpunch, October 12, 2022 Compare the romanticized image of a drone above to the reality of the attack in the first couple of paragraphs below, of the victim of a ‘kinder‘ ‘gentler‘ drone bomb.   We can’t buy this bull sh*t.  The only option is to take to the streets.  [jb] Awaiting discharge[…]

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Has the Ukraine Conflict Driven U.S. Government Officials Crazy?

by Jeremy Kuzmarov, published on CovertAction Magazine, August 5, 2022 Latest outrage is the FBI’s use of flash-bang grenades and drones to startle 80-year-old leader of Black Nationalist organization who was accused of being a Russian agent—on the grounds that he attended a meeting on self-determination in Moscow seven years ago. FBI also accuses alleged Russian agent of trying to[…]

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After Israel Invades Nablus, Palestine Action Invades Israeli Drone Factory

by Days of Palestine, published on Popular Resistance, July 25, 2022 On Saturday night, Israeli military forces raided Nablus, armed with stun grenades and ammunition and killing two Palestinians and injuring 9 others. On Sunday, members of Palestine Action descended upon Israeli weapons company Elbit Systems’ factory in Shenstone, smashing and striking at the site exterior, throwing red paint, a[…]

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U.S. Led Imperialism is the Leading Purveyor of Chaos

by Danny Haiphong, published on Black Agenda Report, July 13, 2022 To say that the West, currently led by the dictates of U.S. imperialism, is in trouble would be an understatement. U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson resigned on July 7th amid an escalating political crisis of legitimacy . Three weeks before Johnson announced his departure, Emmanuel Macron’s so-called centrist alliance[…]

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