fix articles 306828, global survival
US Military Uses Dirty Bombs: THAT'S Why They Hate Us, GW (tags)
Our Military Complex and the Bush Administration has pounded into our brains that "they hate us for our freedom". In foriegn countries, the news is not that the US has "freedoms" that are detrimental to other countries. Their news reports are on subjects such as the violations of the Geneva Convention by the US. Their news reports are on subjects such as "Since 1991, the United States has staged four wars using depleted uranium weaponry, illegal under all international treaties, conventions and agreements....".
The Most Dangerous Double Standard in the Middle East (tags)
Iran and Israel: Ambiguous Nuclear Weapons At present, there is only one country in the Middle East with "secret" and ambiguous stockpiles of nuclear weapons. (full references and links at bottom)
Depleted uranium: Dirty bombs, dirty missiles, dirty bullets (tags)
author: Leuren Moret
Depleted uranium: Dirty bombs, dirty missiles, dirty bullets: death sentence here & abroad (tags)
Leuren Moret is a geoscientist who has worked around the world on radiation issues, educating citizens, the media, members of parliaments and Congress and other officials. She became a whistleblower in 1991 at the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab after experiencing major science fraud on the Yucca Mountain Project. An environmental commissioner in the City of Berkeley, she can be reached at mailto:email@example.com How ANY member of the U.S. military can ever support Bush is beyond me--it only brings to mind the unfortunate Kissinger quote below. PLEASE PASS THIS to Vets you know, who may be living in a bubble world and would like to know how their masters view them and treat them. What the U.S. requires is a good CLASS ACTION SUIT VERSUS THE PENTAGON ON DEPLETED URANIUM WEAPONS. It seems that there are more than HALF A MILLION U.S. TROOPS ALREADY SUFFERING FROM DEPLETED URANIUM IN THE UNITED STATES, ALONG WITH THEIR FAMILIES.
Student Anti-War Conference in Toronto, Canada (tags)
Students Against Sanctions & War in Iraq (SASWI) would like to invite all students from across Canada and Québec (and the US) to participate in the Pan-Canadian Student Anti-War Conference at the University of Toronto from January 30 to February 2, 2003.