fix articles 210835, stryker brigade
Scoundrel Media Afghan Massacre Cover-Up (tags)
Sign the Petition to Save Hawaii! (tags)
This is a petition to help stop the rampant destruction and radioactive contamination of the Hawaiian Islands by the US military! Please take just one moment to oppose the military's degradation of Hawaiian ecoystems and public health!
Outrage is Sweeping Hawai'i (tags)
The inhabitants and the land of the Marshall Islands and the Bikini Islands were poisoned in the forties due to nuclear testing. Look at Kaho’olawe, still polluted despite over $400 million in cleanup efforts.
U.S. Army Confirms Depleted Uranium in Hawai’i (tags)
NEWS FLASH!!! Army Confirms Depleted Uranium at Pohakuloa on Hawai'i Island --- But it's not dangerous, so just move along folks... nothing to see here…is what the military says.
REPOST - Strykers in Cali (tags)
Schofield's (Hawaii's) Stryker brigade, which is in California and has finished up nearly two months of training in preparation to go to Iraq next month... Watch out, Long Beach PMR!
EASY Ways to Stop the Military Radioactive Contamination of Hawaii (tags)
The Army is salivating to get the 2/25th Stryker Brigade Combat Team established in Hawaii. Even volunteering one hour of your time will help! Here's how.
Hawaiian Islands are Contaminated with Ballistic Uranium (tags)
Please be pro-active and help us protect Hawai'i; demand the military not store, use or transport depleted uranium in the Hawaiian Islands.
Anti-war activists blocking military shipments to Iraq (tags)
It is time to move beyond marches and rallies if we are to stop the war
Baquba: ' A kill sack'. (tags)
Operation 'Arrowhead Ripper' is underway. A new America killing field is opening up. The victims are the residents of Baquba, captol of Iraq's Diyala governorate. As the killers move in, they are targetting, as ever, 'Al-Qaeda.'
The Troop Question (tags)
As the shaky ceasefire between Lebanon and Israel lumbers on, the European governments expected to ‘enforce the peace’ have been stuttering and stalling in the face of actual commitment. It was France who took the initiative originally, who as head of UNISFL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon), promised 3000 troops. After analyzing the situation further, an about-face occurred, and the troop level was reduced to 400 non-combatant personal. Italy saw opportunity and declared itself the replacement, promising 2000 troops; France, not to be outdone, reasserted leadership responsibilities, but with 2000 troops this time; Italy was then, thanks to its charitableness, awarded France’s old job as head of UNISFL. After all this, the seesawing attitude of the rest of Europe continues. These governments are demanding more definitive ‘rules of engagement’; they’re curious about the prospects of actual fighting, and are rightfully scared of being viewed as a foreign occupier in Hezbollahland. Bush is intent on seeing that his backfired war-effort is partially salvaged, and has insisted that Europe “hurry up” with military aide, since the U.S. has none to spare. It may be prudent to examine why Europe— who views Israel and the U.S. with apt distrust— is both eager and terrified to help them pursue their interests. Note: a working assumption will be that ‘humanitarian reasons’ is a sophistic answer, meant to lure citizens into obedience.
Students, faculty, community, native groups resist US military hegemony in the Pacific (tags)
Since 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 28, a coalition of Native Hawaiian groups, students, faculty, anti-war activists, environmentalists, and religious organizations have joined forces to occupy the University of Hawaii administration building, to demand the University cease all work on a secret Navy research project, UARC. This secret research is for the development of space-based laser systems, surveillance technologies, and sea-based mines. Live Webcam of the protest: http://stopuarc.ww.com/ Since September 11, 2001, the US military has embarked on its largest expansion onto Hawa'ian land, since World War II. The Army plans to take 28,000 acres of this precious land to station a Stryker Brigade.