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War Is A Crime Preparation for Feb 7, 2012 Cal Primary

by repost Friday, Jul. 08, 2011 at 5:31 AM

California will be part of Super Tuesday on February 7, 2012 when Alabama, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Montana Republican caucuses, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah have their presidential primaries. The two peace parties on the California ballot are Peace & Freedom Party and the Green Party. Below is a partial list of the war crimes and human rights violations of the current Democrat in the White House.


We Will Oppose Obama As Long As He Supports War


See also: 2012 Presidential Candidates on Wars


We the undersigned share with nearly two-thirds of our fellow Americans the conviction that our wars in Afghanistan and Iraq should be ended and that overall military spending should be dramatically reduced. This has been our position for years and will continue to be, and we take it seriously. We vow not to support President Barack Obama for renomination for another term in office, and to actively seek to impede his war policies unless and until he reverses them.

Since he became president, Obama has had three opportunities to work with Congress to reduce military spending, but instead has championed increases in that spending each time, despite the fact that this spending represents a clear threat to the economic future of our country. He has continued as well to try to hide the true costs of the wars by funding them with off-the-books supplemental spending bills, despite the fact that he campaigned against this very practice.

The President has escalated a war on Afghanistan in which rising civilian deaths and atrocities have become routine.

He has given the CIA even greater freedom of action to launch lethal drone strikes against civilian houses in Pakistan on mere assumption of some connection with Taliban or other organizations, despite the warning from the U.S. Ambassador in late 2009 -- revealed in a Wikileaks cable -- that such attacks could "destabilize" the Pakistani government, despite many reports that civilians, including children, are disproportionately victims, and despite the contention of the United Nations and many U.S. allies that this practice is illegal.

Obama has approved an increase in covert operations by CIA-controlled Afghan troops into Pakistan, and his administration has remained silent while the U.S. command in Afghanistan leaked to the New York Times plans for new Special Operations Forces raids into Pakistan aimed at Afghan Taliban targets.

The President has expanded the use of Special Operations Forces (SOF), operating in virtually total secrecy and without any accountability to Congress, in one country after another. SOF troops are presently in some 75 nations -- 15 more than when Obama took office.

President Obama has, on a later schedule than he campaigned on, finally reduced U.S. troop presence in Iraq. But he has not fully withdrawn U.S. combat forces from Iraq or ended U.S. combat there, his claims to have done so notwithstanding. His vice president has suggested, without correction by the President, the possibility of a U.S. military presence in the country even after the deadline for withdrawal under the U.S.-Iraq withdrawal agreement, if only through the use of military contractors.

The Obama administration has announced plans to form an army of mercenary troops from private military contractors in Iraq which is to have its own air force and its own fleet of mine-resistant military vehicles. The plan includes continued contracts with the company formerly called Blackwater, despite the knowledge that it was guilty of atrocities against civilians in that country, and despite the openly declared opposition of the Iraqi government to such a continued role.

Obama has overseen increased weapons sales to foreign nations, and assisting in those sales has been a major function of his State Department. He has approved increased funding for work on nuclear weapons, even while supporting an arms control treaty. He has established a policy of potential nuclear first strike against Iran or North Korea.

President Obama has argued for the justness of war-making in widely watched speeches from the Oval Office and in Oslo, Norway, where he was accepting a Nobel Peace Prize. He has, in his Oval Office speech last August, defended false statements that took our nation into the current wars and false statements that have prolonged them.

The President has supported sanctions against Iran and Syria that punish the people, especially children, and not the leadership, of those countries. He has sent ships and missiles to Iran's border. He has risked hostilities with North Korea through the ongoing construction of new military bases in South Korea and provocative war games exercises. His administration has helped a military coup succeed in Honduras.

President Obama has sought to allow more Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories. He has protected Israel's killing of activists on a humanitarian aid ship, not even protesting at the murder of an unarmed American youth. He issued a presidential memorandum on October 25, 2010, giving U.S. approval for the use of child soldiers by Chad, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, and Yemen. He has backed Indonesian armed forces that assassinated civilian activists in late 2009. He has expanded the U.S. military presence in Colombia, Costa Rica, Haiti, Guam, Italy, and Diego Garcia, as well as overseeing an enormous military base construction project in Afghanistan.

President Obama has not closed the prison at Guantanamo Bay and continues to maintain a network of detention facilities in Afghanistan through which prisoners, according to the most recent information available, are still being subjected to harsh treatment. He has claimed the right to imprison people, including American citizens, indefinitely without charge or trial, thus further cementing in place the elimination of the rights of prisoners of war and the elimination of the right of habeas corpus for anyone, as well as the rights found in the Fourth through Eighth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The President has claimed the power of rendition. His CIA Director Leon Panetta and his senior advisor David Axelrod have asserted, without correction by the President, that the President maintains the power to torture. In the recent case of Gulet Mohamed, the Obama administration, for a time, claimed the power to forbid an American to reenter the country, absent any conviction or even any charge of a crime, and apparently collaborated with Kuwait to torture that American. The President has also openly claimed the power to order the assassination of Americans abroad. In Iraq, the U.S. military has continued to work with and protect from accountability an Iraqi military that is known to regularly use torture.

The President has expanded the use of warrantless spying. Under his leadership, the FBI has infiltrated peace groups and raided the homes of peace activists. It has set up and entrapped in terrorism charges people whose training and motivation came largely or even entirely from the FBI. He has supported the re-authorization of the PATRIOT Act, which strips away Americans' civil liberties.

President Obama, in direct violation of the Nuremberg Charter, a U.S. treaty commitment, has publicly instructed his Attorney General not to prosecute individuals responsible for crimes, including torture. His administration has worked hard to provide retroactive immunity to corporations engaged in warrantless spying and individuals engaged in sanctioning torture. He has kept secret a vast trove of documents, photos, and videos pertaining to prisoner abuse. He has advanced unprecedented claims of secrecy powers in defending the crimes of his predecessor. President Obama's White House has put great pressure on European states not to investigate or prosecute U.S. war crimes.

This president has restricted the release of the names of White House visitors and has pursued the prosecution and punishment of government whistleblowers more aggressively than any previous president. His administration is responsible for the cruel and unusual lengthy confinement in a 6' by 12' cell, prior to any trial, of alleged whistleblower Bradley Manning. His vice president, Joe Biden, has publicly labeled an Australian journalist, Julian Assange, a "terrorist." President Obama has used a private propaganda firm that had been exposed planting lies in Iraqi media, to screen potential embedded reporters for coverage of the U.S. military. He has used the military to restrict reporting by American journalists on an oil spill in American waters.

Perhaps most perilously, President Obama has claimed the right to engage in many of these activities without the authorization of Congress. He has even claimed the power first developed by his predecessor to rewrite new laws through the extra-Constitutional use of presidential signing statements. Expanded powers that are not opposed now will be far more difficult to oppose later with another president able to claim past precedent.

The President's own deficit commission recommended cuts of 0 billion to the military budget. The United States spends about trillion each year on the military, through a variety of departments, and has spent over trillion already on the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan. Over half of every U.S. dollar of income tax is going to war making. The Department of Defense budget alone is larger than the military expenditures of the next largest 16 militaries in the world combined. That budget could be cut by 85% and still be the largest in the world. In addition to the lessening of hostility toward our country that would result from a significant decrease in U.S. military presence around the world, by shifting our financial resources we could create jobs, green energy, top quality free education, public transportation and infrastructure. We could also end all talk of reducing our Social Security or health coverage. We intend to support public servants who put our money where it serves the public.

We are not concerned with whether President Obama is acting enthusiastically or reluctantly in pursuing a militaristic policy abroad and more repression of dissent at home. It matters little whether he is submitting to powerful forces or freely following his preferred course. We do not elect his soldiers or spies, his advisors, his campaign funders, or the owners of our major media outlets. We elect the president. We will not support his nomination for another term, and we believe that a large proportion of Americans who voted for him in 2008 will not do so again unless he reverses the most egregious policies to which we have referred -- especially by taking decisive steps to end the war on Afghanistan and to make deep cuts in the military and war budgets.


Some of those who have signed:

Nic Abramson, U.S. Boat to Gaza

Meredith Aby, MN Anti-War Committee

Elliott Adams, president, Veterans For Peace

Beth Adams, Leverett Peace Commission

Will Allen, author, The War on Bugs

Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson

Robert Anderson, political science professor, organizer, Stop the War Machine

Maria Allwine, Pledge of Resistance Baltimore

Vicki Andrews, Peace Circle - Grand Rapids MN

Jean Athey, coordinator of Peace Action Montgomery (MD)* and national board member, Peace Action*

Nellie Hester Bailey, Harlem Tenants Council & Black Agenda Report

Anna Baltzer, activist

Missy Beattie, activist and writer

Mark Bebawi, producer/host, The Monitor, KPFT

Medea Benjamin, cofounder, Code Pink*

Frida Berrigan, War Resisters League*

Toby Blome, activist, Bay Area Code Pink

William Blum, author of books on U.S. foreign policy

Leah Bolger, CDR, USN (Ret), Vice-President, Veterans For Peace

Roy Bourgeois, founder, School of the Americas Watch

Linda Boyd, activist

Lenni Brenner, author, Zionism in the Age of the Dictators

Jean Hay Bright, Maine's 2006 Democratic US Senate candidate

Elaine Brower, military mom, World Can't Wait

Mike Byerly, Alachua County Commissioner, Gainesville, Fla.

Scott Camil, President, Gainesville Florida Chapter, Veterans For Peace

Patty Casazza, 9/11 widow, former 9/11 Commission Family Steering Committee Member

Oskar Castro, board member, War Resisters League

Zach Choate, operation recovery field organizer, Iraq Veterans Against the War

David Cobb, Move To Amend coalition*

Jeff Cohen, author/media critic

William A. Collins, former mayor, Norwalk, CT, board member, Veterans for Peace

William John Cox, Voters Evolt!

Catarina Correia, video editor, coordinating committee member, National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance

Bud Courtney, New York Catholic Worker

David Culver, publisher, Evergreene Digest

Ronnie Cummins, national director, Organic Consumers Association

Matthew W. Daloisio, Witness Against Torture*

Nicolas J S Davies, author, Blood On Our Hands: the American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq

Elena Day, People's Alliance for Clean Energy

Laurie Dobson, director,

Frank Dorrel, publisher, Addicted To War

Jane Swift Dugdale, Main Line Peace Action

Sibel Edmonds, founder & director, National Security Whistleblowers Coalition

Cherie Eichholz, national board member, Veterans for Peace

Roy Eidelson, past president, Psychologists for Social Responsibility

Pat Elder, Coordinating Committee, National Network Opposing the Militarization of Youth*

Daniel Ellsberg, former State and Defense Dept. official, whistleblower of Pentagon Papers

Samuel S. Epstein, professor

Desiree Fairooz, Northern Virginians for Peace and Justice

Mike Ferner, national board member, Veterans for Peace

Joy First, National Campaign for Nonviolent Resistance

Robert Fitrakis, professor, editor

Lisa Fithian, convenor, United for Peace and Justice

Margaret Flowers, M.D., Physicians for a National Health Program*

Glen Ford, executive editor, Black Agenda Report*

George Friday, Independent Progressive Politics Network

Sarah Fuhro, board member, Military Families Speak Out*

James Clay Fuller, retired newspaper editor

Monica Gabrielle, 9/11 widow, former 9/11 Commission Family Steering Committee Member

Bruce K. Gagnon, coordinator, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space*

Lila Garrett, radio host

Nate Goldshlag, national board member and treasurer, Veterans For Peace

Michelle Gross, president, Communities United Against Police Brutality

Thomas John Gumbleton, retired Roman Catholic Bishop

DeeDee Halleck, founder, Paper Tiger Tv, Deep Dish Network, emerita professor, UCSD

Connie Hammond, Progressive Peace Coalition, Columbus, Ohio

Kathy Hass, activist, Central Florida Code Pink

Bill Habedank, Veterans for Peace

Jim Haber, coordinator, Nevada Desert Experience

Susan Harman, Progressive Democrats of America*, Code Pink*

David Harris, Veterans for Peace

David Harris, draft resister, author

Leslie Harris, activist, Code Pink Greater Dallas*

Bob Heberle, former national board member, Veterans for Peace

Chris Hedges, author, Death of the Liberal Class

Dud Hendrick, Maine chapter president, Veterans for Peace

Steve Hendricks, author, A Kidnapping in Milan: The CIA on Trial

Martha Hennessy, Catholic Worker

John Heuer, chair and national board member, NC Peace Action

Herbert J. Hoffman, vice president, Maine Veterans for Peace

Connie Hogarth, Cofounder WESPAC (Westchester Peoples Action Coalition)*

Will Hopkins, executive director, NH Peace Action, national board member, Veterans for Peace, member, IVAW

Lydia Howell, writer and host, "Catalyst", KFAI Radio

Sam Husseini, activist

Hugh Iglarsh, writer/editor

Rick Jahnkow, Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft*

Dahr Jamail, journalist/author

Mark C. Johnson, executive director, Fellowship of Reconciliation

Larry Kalb, former Democratic congressional candidate

Tarak Kauff, Veterans For Peace

Kathy Kelly, Voices for Creative Nonviolence*

Nada Khader, WESPAC Foundation

Joey King, national board member, Veterans for Peace

Howie Klein, publisher,

Michael Knox, professor and clinical psychologist

Georg Koszulinski, filmmaker

Joel Kovel, author, The Enemy of Nature, Overcoming Zionism

Andrew Kolin, author, State Power and Democracy: Before and During the Presidency of George W Bush

Steve Lane, activist

Jesse Lemisch, Historian, Emeritus Prof, John Jay Coll of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Rabbi Michael Lerner, Tikkun/Network of Spiritual Progressives

Linda LeTendre, LMSW Christian Peace Witness

Dave Lindorff, editor,

Erik Lobo, Veteran For Peace

Ralph Lopez,

Jan Lundberg, independent oil industry analyst

David MacMichael, Ph.D., former CIA analyst

Karen Malpede, playwrite

Bruce Marshall, ACT Independent: Antiwar Coalition for Truth, Independent

Sarah Martin, subpoenaed antiwar and international solidarity activist

Gene Marx, national board member, Veterans for Peace

Ethan McCord, IVAW, VFP, former army specialist from "collateral murder" video

Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst

Cynthia McKinney, former U.S. Congresswoman and 2008 Green Party Nominee for U.S. President

David McReynolds, Socialist Party USA*

Bob Meola, War Resisters League National Committee* and Courage to Resist Organizing Collective*

Michael T. McPhearson, co-convenor United For Peace and Justice, former executive director of Veterans For Peace

Camilo E. Mejia, activist, resister

Linda Milazzo, activist, writer

Dede Miller, activist

Mark Crispin Miller, author, professor

Nick Mottern, Consumers for Peace

Gael Murphy, co-chair, Legislative Working Group, United for Peace and Justice*, co-founder, Code Pink*

Robert Naiman, Just Foreign Policy*

Tom Neilson, folk musician

Bruce Nestor, past president, National Lawyers Guild

Brad Newsham, activist

Georgianne Nienaber, activist and author

Stirling Newberry, former military contractor

Max Obuszewski, Baltimore Nonviolence Center

Jeanne Olson, veteran, activist

Paul Ortiz, Veterans for Peace, author

Michael Parenti, author and activist

Cynthia Papermaster, director, National Accountability Action Network*

Judith Mahoney Pasternak, War Resisters League*

Jeff Paterson, Courage to Resist

Marc Pilisuk, author, Who Benefits from Global Violence and War: Uncovering a Destructive System

Lewis Pitts, Legal Aid of NC

Gareth Porter, author and journalist

Bill Quigley, Center for Constitutional Rights and professor of law, Loyola University New Orleans*

Jesselyn Radack, former Department of Justice legal adviser

Garett Reppenhagen, chair of the board of directors, Iraq Veterans Against the War

Ward Reilly, advisory committee member, Iraq Veterans Against the War, Veterans For Peace, VVAW

Jill Richardson, author

Katie Robbins, national organizer, Healthcare-NOW!

Stephen Roblin, Pledge of Resistance Baltimore, Baltimore Indypendent Reader

David Rovics, singer/song writer

Coleen Rowley, retired FBI agent, one of TIME's 2002 Persons of the Year

Richard E. Rubenstein, author, Reasons to Kill: Why Americans Choose War

Stephanie Rugoff, project coordinator, War Criminals Watch

A.F. Saidy, M.D., Coalition for Peace in M.E. in L.A.

Nicole Sandler, radio host

Lisa Savage, Code Pink Maine*

Linda Schade,

Bill Scheurer, PeaceMajority Report

Sue Serpa, coordinator,

Jamilla El-Shafei, Peace Action Maine, Code Pink

Joanne Sheehan, coordinator, War Resisters League New England

Robert Shetterly, artist, Americans Who Tell the Truth

Gar Smith, Environmentalists Against War

Michael Steven Smith, Law and Disorder Radio; board member, Center for Constitutional Rights*

Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, Democracy Unlimited

Jeffrey St Clair, CounterPunch

John Stauber, author, Weapons of Mass Deception

Josh Stieber, conscientious objector

John Stockwell, former intelligence officer, author

David Swanson,

Rev. James L. Swarts, professor, Veterans For Peace, Progressives In Action Peace Committee Chair

Dennis Trainor, Jr.,

Diane Turco, Cape Codders for Peace and Justice

Sue Udry, Defending Dissent Foundation*

Jose N. Vasquez, executive director, Iraq Veterans Against the War

Elizabeth De La Vega, former assistant U.S. attorney, author

Robert C. Walter, Peace Action Maine, associate member of Veterans for Peace

Harvey Wasserman, author

Janet Weil, military family member

Alison Weir, president, Council for the National Interest

Beverley Whipple, Fla. chapter leader, Military Families Speak Out

Paki Wieland, activist

S. Brian Willson, Viet Nam Veteran, activist

Diane Wilson, shrimper, activist, author, Veterans for Peace

Marcy Winograd, former Democratic congressional candidate

Ann Wright, US Army Reserve Colonel and former US diplomat

Bill Wylie-Kellermann, pastor, St Peter's Episcopal Church - Detroit

Dan Yaseen, Peace Fresno

Charles M. Young, contributing editor,

Kevin Zeese, Voters For Peace

Maggie Zhou, Climate SOS


A February 2012 election means official campaigns start in November 2011. The two peace parties in California are:

1. Peace and Freedom Party

2. Green Party

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