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Message to Bush

We are coming for you and your criminal administration and you will be held to account for your crimes against we the people!!!
 

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free book on Christian objection to war and military service

FREE BOOK ON CHRISTIAN OBJECTION TO WAR AND MILITARY SERVICE
 

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Seven activists arrested in Norfolk

In what was called an overwhelming show of force, Norflok police arrested seven anti-war activists and one reporter after they attempted to peacefully protest U.S. military aggression
 

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Iraq: From Conquest to Quagmire

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U.S. to Create Security Force of 7,000 Iraqis in 45 Days

the beginning of an Iraq civil war?
 

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BLOOD FLAG

THIS IS THE BLOOD FLAG.
 

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BEAT BACK THE BUSH ATTACK!: Hit the streets and demand an end to occupation

Food Not Bombs is calling for people to come out to Monroe Park on August 23 at 4 p.m. to protest the occupations of Iraq and Palestine. Bush lied and you are seething as you read more about the administration's search for every outlet to cover up its deceit.

You have plenty of reasons to come out and display your anger and few reasons to stay at home on August 23. The occupation of Iraq continues to kill innocent Iraqis and U.S. service people. At least 6,000 innocent Iraqi civilians have been killed since the onset of war as U.S. companies like Bechtel and Halliburton pursue lucrative contracts in the post war deconstruction of Iraq.

Let's not forget about the domestic situation at home. The Bush administration is sending the country into its worst deficits ever of $450 billion (Bush no.1 set the previous record), the war so far has cost $48 billion with a monthly price tag close to $4 billion. With recent passage of a tax cut that we all know benefits few people, the administration is driving the country into bankruptcy with plans to privatize all social services.

There's tons of reasons to be angry: increased nuclear proliferation in the U.S., environmental cut-backs, lack of library funding, no money for AIDS or public housing, the PATRIOT Act, no jobs, increased lay-offs and a tanking economy.

We face an ominous future if this administration keeps its hold on power. If we learned anything from the massive worldwide protests earlier this year it is that there is another superpower in this world against the U.S. and that is the power of global public opinion. Richmond's anti-war movement did not end on March 23. We are part of a larger movement abroad and that is for global justice. La lucha sigue!

 

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BACK INTO THE STREETS!! : WHERE ARE THE ANTI-WAR PRTOESTS!!?


More and more attacks on U.S. soldiers confirm that we are headed into a long guerilla war. Wives, mothers, girlfriends, children and others are losing their loved ones. WHERE ARE THE ANTI-WAR PROTESTORS!!?
 

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SOS2003: Aug 1-3 event against Bush push for new nukes

Senior officials in the Bush administration who have proposed the production of a new generation of nuclear weapons have scheduled a meeting to discuss plans for nuclear proliferation at US Strategic Command (STRATCOM) during the first week of August 2003. We are going to be there to say NO! Join us!
 

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BTL:Bush Africa Tour a 'Photo-Op,' Not a Serious Policy Initiative

Interview with Bill Fletcher, president of TransAfrica Forum, conducted by Between the Lines' Scott Harris
 

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