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textSF 9/20 No Hate & War by Todd Chretien
Town Hall meeting to plan coalition to stop hate and war...
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 10:33AM
textUS death squads and drug war. Millions killed worldwide over decades. USA sucks. by 1 in 32 US adults under correctional supervis
Why do clueless Americans wonder why people outside the USA often hate the USA? US and US-aided death squads have killed millions of people over decades and have overthrown dozens of governments, many of which were elected. The US should stop doing the many evil things detailed in the many links in the drug war and death squad web page farther below....
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 9:52AM
textAmeriKKKa Uber Alles-No More!!!!! by Anti-Fascist
If you don't want to participate in AmeriKKKa's racist/imperialist/capitalist TERRORIST ATTACKS, then you should SERIOUSLY consider CALIFORNIA'S INDEPENDENCE!!!...
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 9:12AM
textPeace and Justice Planning Meeting by Tom Dunne
Planning meeting for Peace and Justice to take place this evening at Global Exchange......
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 7:13AM
textPeace and Justice Planning Meeting by Tom Dunne
Planning meeting for Peace and Justice to take place this evening at Global Exchange......
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 7:13AM
textBerkeley Rally & March Thursday Noon by Berkeley Stop the War Coalition
Berkeley Stop the War Coalition has organized a Rally and March - Thurs. Sept 20th - 12:00 Noon Sproul Plaza, U.C. Berkeley....
Posted: Mon Sep 17, 2001 3:46AM
textAUSTIN AGAINST WAR by Stefan Wray
New anti-war group forms in Austin, Texas. Joins call for National Day of Action on Sept. 20....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 11:51PM
textWar Resisters League statement by SF IMC repost
The policies of militarism pursued by the United States have resulted in millions of deaths, from the historic tragedy of the Indochina war, through the funding of death squads in Central America and Colombia, to the sanctions and air strikes against Iraq. This nation is the largest supplier of “conventional weapons” in the world—and those weapons fuel the starkest kind of terrorism from Indonesia to Africa. The early policy support for armed resistance in Afghanistan resulted in the victory ...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 10:43PM
textOsama Bin Laden: How the U.S. by Ahmed Rashid
Ahmed Rashid of Pakistan is a member of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, a project of the Center for Public Integrity. He is the Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia correspondent for the Far Eastern Economic Review and The Daily Telegraph of London. This is an excerpt from his book "Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia" (Yale University Press)....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 10:07PM
textAnti-Capitalist Convergence Still On by Alias Salem
Anti-Capitalist Convergence in DC Still On...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 9:26PM
textPosters for Peace by anon rePoster
some posters that have been prepared as a response to the recent bombings in New York and DC...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 8:59PM
textconcord vigil by mophead
vigil for the victims in concord on sunday evening. maybe someone shoudl start an anarchist/progressive group out there....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 8:52PM
text9/29 Peace & Anti-Racism Rally in San Francisco by Justice
Rally in San Francisco, Saturday, September 29, 2001 at 11 a.m. Dolores Park, 18th and Church, across from Mission High School Contact: 415/821-6545 E-mail: iac@actionsfbay.org, http://www.iacenter.org Sponsors: International Action Center, Middle East Children's Alliance, National Lawyers Guild...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 4:40PM
textThe Left Is NOT Quitting! by Christopher Loch
The article "The Left Unilaterally Disarms" is poorly titled unless one hopes to cause others in the left to back down themselves after losing hope....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 1:24PM
textSikh man killed Sunday in Arizona by fwd: Amrapali Singh, rediff.com
An east Indian man was shot and killed while working the night shift at an Arizona convenience store. He was a Sikh, who dress similar to Muslims. The attackers only took a 12-pack of beer, fled, and have not been identified or captured.....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 12:33PM
textA letter from a Palestinian by Saifedean Ammous
Whether the culprits turn out to be an international terror organization or American individuals or dissident groups, which I think is more probable, one thing is certain: it is the American Government's actions that has caused them to do this. This is not to justify those attacks, but it is to say that you can not expect to keep stepping on people forever without someone ever lashing back at you....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 12:11PM
textRespond to Terror with a Revolution of the Hearts by Scott Harris
If we choose to participate in this revolution of the heart, I believe constant and serious reflection is required as to how our personal actions, and those carried out in our name by our government, affect millions of nameless, faceless human beings who suffer out of the range of television cameras and out of sight of our collective consciousness....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 12:08PM
textIndiscriminate bombing? Dirty tricks? They're part of the problem, not the solut by Bruce Shapiro
The war has indeed come home. But I don't mean the war on terrorism, a phrase repeated endlessly and meaninglessly on television Tuesday night. Nor do I mean, in any narrow sense, the fanatic war of whoever it was who attacked lower Manhattan. What has come home, on an unimaginable scale and with inconceivable speed, is a vicious cycle of victimhood and revenge -- a bitter, confusing jumble of shock, grief, fear....
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 12:06PM
textThe Left Unilaterally Disarms by Rick Giombetti
What good is a Bill of Rights when influential organizations are unwilling to stand up for their constitutional rights during a time of crisis and danger?...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 11:13AM
text"Unocalgate" War for Big Oil? by bob f.
California oil company had special interest in Afghan pipeline projects...
Posted: Sun Sep 16, 2001 9:23AM