Tag Archives: Vietnam

Vietnam is Well

by Andre Vltchek Some fifteen years ago, when I lived in Hanoi, I used to come very often to the rooftop bar at the Meritus Hotel for an evening drink, just to feel the gentle breeze and to spot ancient … Continue reading

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US, the Biggest User of Chemical Weapons in History Asserts “Right To Protect” Syria

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MLK

“Demagogic slander” – Time Magazine “Diminished his usefulness to his cause, his country, his people.” – The Washington Post “Why are you speaking about war, Dr. King? Why are you joining the voices of dissent? Peace and civil rights don’t … Continue reading

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The Neocons Never Left: Obama War Crimes in Afghanistan & Around the World

  by Anthony DiMaggio (Originally published on ZNet, January 14, 2012) The Obama administration becomes a more worthy successor to the neoconservatives’ criminal agenda as every day passes. The parallels between the Bush and Obama administrations are so striking as … Continue reading

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The Anti-Empire Report

  January 3, 2012 by William Blum http://www.killinghope.org Iraq. Began with big lies. Ending with big lies. Never forget. “Most people don’t understand what they have been part of here,” said Command Sgt. Major Ron Kelley as he and other … Continue reading

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George Carlin on War

You can never get too much Carlin.

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