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The War on Terror - Making Us All the Enemy, with Steve Downs

Tue, Sep 17, 2013 7:00pm
ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Ave., Syracuse, NY

 

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Obama Still Prepares for Nuclear War

Peace Action Pages

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by Oliver Brown

“As long as nuclear weapons exist, we are not truly safe.” After approximately two years of silence on the issue, on June 19 President Obama called for reducing US and Russian nuclear weapons while speaking in Berlin. Many praised his proposal for a reduction of long-range nuclear weapons by “up to” a third. But critics point out that this is not enough, and is not even as significant a cut as it seems at first. US and Russia each have over 7,000 nuclear weapons, of which only about 1,500 apparently qualify for this proposed cut.

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War Update

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by Seth Rutledge

Syria: After alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government Obama has authorized lethal military aid for the Syrian rebels.

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On The Illusion of Security

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by Aly Wane

As I write this, it will have been a little over a year since I came out to my beloved community of Syracuse as an undocumented immigrant. I can honestly say that this was one of the best decisions I have ever made. Something shifted in me after that “coming out event.”  Paradoxically, I have been less afraid in the past year than I had been in a very long time. Before I made the decision to “come out,” I agonized about waiting until the right time to do it, hoping that there would be a perfectly “safe” moment to do so. There wasn’t. In the end: I had to take a leap of faith.

"Restore the Fourth" Mega-Rally

Sat, Jul 27, 2013 1:00pm
Federal Building, 100 S Clinton St, Syracuse, NY 13261

Meet at the Federal building in downtown Syracuse at 1:00pm, on July 27th, 2013 to voice opposition to the infringement of the rights guaranteed to us by the fourth amendment. These breaches include:

* Drones and Militarization of Police
* Indefinite detention under the NDAA
* Prosecution of Whistleblowers
* Warrantless NSA surveillance programs directed at American citizens

We hope to see you there!

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Veterans' Writings About War

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by various authors

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A Look Into US Militarism Around the Globe

From the

by Seth Rutledge

Bahrain: The government canceled a scheduled visit from UN Special Rapporteur on torture for the second time[i], while massive protests demanding political reform have continued since January 2011. The government crackdown killed 87 people and included mass detention, tear gassing of entire towns, and torture[ii]. The repressive forces are largely imported, recruited to act with less regard for the population and to prevent a military uprising[iii].

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Resisting Drones, Global War and Empire

April 26-28 in Syracuse

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by Carol Baum

On April 26-28 about 250 people converged on Syracuse for a weekend of education, networking and action to resist drones, global war and empire. Friday was a gathering; Saturday a day of workshops, networking and playing together; and by Sunday’s rally/ march/ civil resistance at Hancock Air Base, the numbers had risen to 275.

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Bradley Manning: The Official Statement

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compiled by PNL Editorial Committee

On February 28, Private First Class Bradley Manning read a 35-page statement detailing his historic leak of classified information in 2010. Media coverage has at times focused as much on the character and treatment of Manning himself as on the content of the hundreds of thousands of State Department cables, military field reports, and video clips he provided to WikiLeaks.

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A Look Into US Militarism Around the Globe

From the

by Seth Rutledge

North Korea: The US has performed joint military exercises with S. Korea using nuclear-capable bombers and 10,000 US troops. The UN increased sanctions against N. Korea in response to their satellite launch and nuclear test on February 12. The US has increased its military presence in the region, including installing missile batteries in Guam[1] effective against China and Russia. The US invaded N. Korea in 1950 resulting in over three million deaths.[2] Since 1950 the US and has imposed sever sanctions against N.

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