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Over 90 Protests Say NO to U.S./NATO Wars

By Martha Grevatt, published on International Action Center, January 25, 2023 Over 90 coordinated antiwar actions took place Jan. 13-22, honoring Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during the week of his birthday. “As Martin Luther King Jr. so correctly reminded us, the U.S. is ‘the greatest purveyor of violence in the world,’” stated the United National Antiwar Coalition in its[…]

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Ukraine Narrative Fraying, But Weapons Will Continue To Flow

From Went To the Bridge, January 20, 2023 Some truth from official sources has begun leaking out: Ukraine is losing in the NATO proxy war against Russia. Two Polish officials said so, Condoleeza Rice in the Washington Post said so, and the mainstream/lamestream press began admitting it as well. The wrong conclusion is that more weapons will ensure Ukrainian victory,[…]

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Protests on Martin Luther King Jr. Day Raise Hopes For Revitalization of Antiwar Movement

by Dee Knight, published on CovertAction Magazine, January 25, 2023 Demonstrators in 50 cities ( 88 actions in 72 cities ~jb ) invoke King’s legacy in denouncing U.S. war machine It has been a year of nearly unprecedented war hysteria—remarkable in a country that has been gripped in continuous war hysteria for generations. The memories of mainstream media publishing major exposures[…]

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Week of Antiwar Protests Launched MLK Day Weekend

by John Catalinotto, published on Workers World, January 17, 2023 Jan. 16, 2023 — The antiwar actions scheduled Jan. 13-23, in at least 50 U.S. cities, come as another escalation is threatened in the U.S.-NATO proxy war against Russia in Ukraine. Reflecting NATO’s escalation, the Danish newspaper, The Worker, reported last week that the U.S. was poised to unload tanks[…]

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The Ukrainian Solidarity Network: The Highest Stage of White Western Social Imperialism

by Ajamu Baraka, published on Black Agenda Report, January 18, 2023 The Ukraine conflict was caused by the U.S. backed right wing coup in 2014 and the duplicity of Europeans who claimed to be working for peace. Anyone who supports these actions but claims leftist credentials must be challenged.  “It is urgent to end this war as soon as possible. This[…]

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MLK: Beyond Vietnam to Ukraine

by Rick Sterling, published on LA Progressive, January 16, 2023 n April 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered an eloquent and stirring denunciation of the Vietnam war and US militarism. The speech titled “Beyond Vietnam” is relevant to today’s war in Ukraine. In the speech at Riverside Church, King talked about how the US had supported France in trying to[…]

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‘On the way to a new world order − for cooperation instead of confrontation!’

German Peace Council (Friedensratschlag), published on International Action Center, December 19, 2022 The old U.S.-dominated unipolar world order is coming to an end. The United States and its allies are using all means to try to stop this development. At the risk of a major war, they are intensifying their proxy war in Ukraine against Russia and at the same[…]

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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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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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