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UK Anti-militarism Newswire Archive

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At Aussie we'll raid you?

23-11-2005 20:16

More terror hype!
So any country in the world can ask our country to raid someone, some group or oganisation when they have become suspicious that someone may be beyond their own reach or when there needs to be more terror hype in this country? What is this cross-country scapegoating?

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Israeli Planes Drop Leaflets Over Beirut

23-11-2005 18:14

BEIRUT, Lebanon - From Beirut Indymedia
Israeli planes dropped thousands of leaflets over the Lebanese capital of Beirut and its suburbs early Wednesday, denouncing Hezbollah guerrillas two days after some of the worst border clashes in years.

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Bomber Blair being a hyprocrite as usual

23-11-2005 17:36

Blair and Iran

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Protest against the School of the Americas

23-11-2005 16:16

Massive Protest against the School of Assassins and the continued U.S.-backed Militarization of Latin America weekend just gone.

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23-11-2005 04:05

We don't know how to show our deepest pain and sadness which we feel in these moments. In a new attack, the Colombian military assassinate ARLEN SALAS DAVID, leader of our community and coordinator of the humanitarian zone, Arenas Altas. We would like to share the facts of what took place so that they can be judged in time and can be remembered in history:

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What Gordon Gentle would be saying if he could speak from the Grave

22-11-2005 22:36

Soldier demands mother keeps mum over war

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22-11-2005 22:02

This is a 1,200 word report of the proceedings (or lack of them) at the International Criminal Tribunal (ICTY) for the former Yugoslavia being held in The Hague, Netherlands. 6 Labelled photos are attached.

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Mindwalk 20: Piece of Schmidt

22-11-2005 15:46

This episode includes a PSA from former child actor Dickie Richards. Donate your Uzi today! Followed by the first new Raymond Lafferty piece in several months. A Murtha / Schmidt / SNL mix with music by Sacred Spirit and Fat Boy Slim. Also some thoughts on Dinosaurs from William S. Burroughs music by Shalor. And finally Arundhati Roy with music by Gil Amran.

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"The Days of the US Empire are Numbered"

22-11-2005 14:22

"I love the US but I hate the American empire.. The US could escape a sudden downfall if it recognizes economic equality in the world, appears as one country among others and abandons its military presence in the 140 countries where it presently stations troops."

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NBC suit walkabout

22-11-2005 02:13

The suits
We walked about in Birmingham in NBC suits - we're going to do it again.

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Sleepwalking through slaughter: on the western media's concealment of crimes aga

21-11-2005 22:23

Gruesome atrocities continue to be committed by the occupying powers in Iraq, passing with little or no mention in the mainstream media on either side of the Atlantic. As such the media are accessories to these crimes, standing as they do between the criminals and accountability

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CIA agent spreads terror fears in Australia

21-11-2005 07:53

Surrounded by bombs going off in his own backyard
Why shouldn't you be convinced after all gunaratna says he's a dr and reported to be a 'terrorist expert'? He even lives in Indonesia surrounded by bombs going off in his own backyard. But even with his alleged expertise it has only led to even more relentless and 'subsequent bombings' in Indonesia. So I suppose that's how you know you need an expert?

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Cities for peace

21-11-2005 07:20

International campaign to promote the peace

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Justice for Jhonny Silva! Vigil Outside Colombian Embassy, Tues (22nd) from 3pm

20-11-2005 02:36

Jhonny Silva
On 22nd September 2005, 21-year-old chemistry student Jhonny Silva was shot dead by Colombian police, who had illegally entered the campus of Valle University in Southwest Colombia after a student protest. Jhonny, who suffered from polio and so was unable to run when the police began firing live ammunition at students, was shot in the neck at point blank range.

A British delegation of students and academics was present at the student protest and witnessed the violent police methods. The members of the delegation have committed themselves to working with students and staff at Valle University to campaign for Jhonny's killers to be brought to justice. The Colombian state has an extremely poor record of investigating and prosecuting the crimes of the public forces and paramilitaries.

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Colombian Government Attacks Market Town La Julia

19-11-2005 23:50

Bogota November 18th 2005

FENSUAGRO, the Agricultural Workers' Union, advises the national and international community and the Colombian Government that there is a very serious situation of violation of human rights in LA JULIA, Department of Meta.

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Judge Warns Arms Company Over Delaying Tactics in Injunction Hearings

19-11-2005 21:10

Judge Warns Arms Company Over Delaying Tactics in Injunction Hearings

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Should the police be armed? Poll

19-11-2005 08:26

Sky 'News' are asking their viewers whether police should be armed in the light of the Bradford incident. Here's your chance to give them your opinion:

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Report from Damascus, Syria with 9 photos

19-11-2005 08:02

This is a 1,400 dispatch from Damascus, Syria.
It, sadly, may be on Bush and Blair's hit list. 9 photos are attached.

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On the rape of a Filipina committed by 6 US marines

19-11-2005 04:45

This is not the first time U.S. soldiers abused a Filipino woman
We demand that the Philippine Government pursue all means necessary to immediately prosecute the six U.S. servicemen charged with raping a Filipino woman in Olongapo City. The Philippine government should do no less. The government owes it to all Filipino women.

- Laban ng Masa - Pinay (Fight of the Masses/ Filipino Women's groups)

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18-11-2005 21:40

Bagdad Irradiée
Depuis les essais en grandeur nature d’armes à uranium appauvri (UA) dans le Golfe en 1991, chaque nouvelle « guerre » est l’occasion de tester ces armes à des puissances de plus en plus grandes. C’est ainsi que des milliers de tonnes d’UA sont déversées sur Irak par la coalition anglo-américaine depuis 2003. Un véritable génocide se déroule silencieusement en Irak, à une échelle jamais connue à ce jour.
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