fix articles 474801, war has
War Has been declared (tags)
Yes the war has been declared. It has been declared against humanities freedoms, liberties and health. You have been unknowingly disarmed. You have lost the most powerful weapon. That weapon is knowledge of the truth. Society has been fed a diet of professional propaganda lies since before your birth.
Stu Bykofsky, Complete Moron, Wants another 9/11 (tags)
Israel Firster, Stu Bykofsky, thinks the murder of 3000 more Americans is a good price to pay if it means Americans will goose step in unison like Nazis.
Presidential Candidate Wants Iraq Vote on Ballots (tags)
Many top Congressional Democrats and Republicans are now taking the position that it will be necessary for the US to maintain a military presence in Iraq into 2009. Despite plummeting American support for the Iraq War, Congress continues to support the occupation and American imperialism. Stewart Alexander, a presidential hopeful with Peace and Freedom Party, believes it has become necessary to put the Iraq War vote in the hands of the American voters.
Democrats Waffling On Iraq War (tags)
Only days and weeks before the November 2006 Mid-Term Elections Democrats nationwide took hard line positions against the Iraq War; many Democrats were predicting the possibility of ending America’s involvement within 4 to 6 months into the new year, others predicting by the end of 2007; now less than 60 days since the elections most Democrats are projecting that American involvement could extend well into 2008 or beyond.
The Iraq War has Increased Terrorism (tags)
"The British and American population does not believe that the war against iraq has made the world safer..Only 30 percent in the US agree with the government.. The Iraq war represents a great diversion from the global struggle against terrorism.."
uuhhhh..... like, are we real? (tags)
- - just to be accurate, people - we should really start calling it the "postpeace movement" now - -
"THE WAR HAS BEGUN," reports the London Daily Telegraph (tags)
Several thousand allied special forces, including more than 300 SAS personnel, are already operating inside Iraq. This suggests that, despite efforts to secure a United Nations resolution backing force, the war has begun.