Wednesday, April 1, 2020

12 ways the US invasion of Iraq lives on in infamy

“Today, it is we Americans who live in infamy.”

Ending the myth that Trump is ending the wars

Trump has sent more new troops to the Middle East than he’s bringing home from Afghanistan.

Afghan troops say Taliban are brothers and war is ‘not really our fight.’

Afghan troops whose lives hang in the balance in the latest peace talks.

Can the world’s second superpower rise from the ashes of twenty years of war?

The peace movement’s small victories demonstrate that we have more power to challenge U.S. militarism than most Americans realize.

The Iraq War has cost the US nearly $2 trillion

The bill of war to the U.S. to date would be an estimated $1,922 billion in current dollars.

Corruption at former BOMARC and Nike Hercules bases

Humanity continues to face two simultaneous dangers—nuclear war and climate change…

The U.S. is recycling its big lie about Iraq to target Iran

Another U.S. war would engulf the Middle East and the world in even greater chaos than the one the CIA engineered against Iraq.

What was the point of Soleimani’s assassination?

The Trump regime had no authority to assassinate a senior Iranian general. Nor did it have a reason to do so, except to reap revenge upon his past acts.

Bernie calls for vote in Senate for No War Against Iran Act

“We must end our endless wars.”