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Today is “Pistol Patent Day (Samuel Colt)” Take an NRA member to lunch
Sunday October 7th marked the 11th year of the US-led NATO occupation of Afghanistan and it also coincided with Indigenous People's Day (anti Columbus Day). About 200 people gathered at Oakland's Oscar Grant Plaza to protest colonization in all it's forms, from the 500 years of genocide of Indigenous peoples to the the US war in Afghanistan. The action was called for by communities of color who directly affected by US colonialism and imperialism.
Under the Hood Cafe and Outreach Center presents "War is Trauma" print portfolio series. War Is Trauma is a portfolio of handmade prints produced by the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative in collaboration with the Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW). For this project over 30 artists* from Justseeds, IVAW, and their allies have each created a print that addresses “Operation Recovery,” and to focus public attention towards important issues not being publicly discussed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Military Sexual Trauma (MST), and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Learn more the work of Under the Hood and Operation Recovery Campaign efforts at Ft Hood from Iraq Veterans Against the War members and Under the Hood staff and volunteers. Including ways you can support this work and get involved. Friday, April 20, 7pm 5604 Manor Rd. Austin, TX A ZGraphix Production. Produced by Grace Alfar. Directed by Jeff Zavala. http://zgraphix.org
This interview with James Galbraith on History, War & the Economics of Empire is very insightful and offers the viewer an understanding of the mechanics behind the United States of America and how it operates on the global stage. James Galbraith holds the Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government at the University of Texas at Austin. To learn more please visit: http://DemocracyorEmpire.org This is a zgraphix production. Produced by Jeff Zavala. http://zgraphix.org
Jacob Gorge a 3 tour Afghanistan Special Ops soldier describes the mistakes we made in Afghanistan & points out some ridiculousness regarding the BP Oil Spill Cleanup.
3 tour Afghanistan veteran Jacob George and his brother AWOL from the National Guard Jordon George are riding bikes across the country until the wr(s) end. Along the way they play their music, do speaking engagements and raise awareness about the atrocities and illegitimacy of our current wars.
You can support or follow the their tour @ http://www.operationawareness.org
On Saturday, thousands of people converged at the White House for the March 20 March on Washington—the largest anti-war demonstration since the announcement of the escalation of the Afghanistan war. By the time the march started at 2 p.m., the crowd had swelled up to 10,000 protesters. Transportation to Washington, D.C., was organized from over 50 cities in 20 states. Demonstrators rallied and marched shoulder to shoulder to demand “U.S. Out of Iraq and Afghanistan Now,” “Free Palestine,” “Reparations for Haiti” and“No sanctions against Iran” as well as “Money for jobs, education and health care!” Speakers at the Washington rally represented a broad cross section of the anti-war movement, including veterans and military families, labor, youth and students, immigrant right groups, and the Muslim and Arab American community. Following the rally, a militant march led by veterans, active-duty service members and military families made its way through the streets of D.C. carrying coffins draped in Afghan, Iraqi, Pakistani, Somali, Yemeni, Haitian and U.S. flags, among those of other countries, as a symbol of the human cost of war and occupation. Coffins were dropped off along the way at Halliburton, the Washington Post, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and other institutions connected to the war profiteering, propaganda, and human suffering. The final coffin drop-off was at the White House—the decision-making center of U.S. imperialism. The A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition Organized this event; Visit the A.N.S.W.E.R Coalition Website for More Information: AnswerCoalition.com
San Francisco's A.N.S.W.E.R. to Obama's pledge to Surge more troops into Afghanistan.
Directed by Ian Olds (Occupation: Dreamland), Fixer: Ajmal Naqshbandi, initially follows the relationship between an Afghan interpreter (fixer) and his client, US journalist Christian Parenti. Six months later, Ajmal is kidnapped by the Taliban with the Italian reporter Daniele Mastrogiacomo. Mastrogiacomo is released in exchange for the release of five Taliban prisoners, while Naqshbandi is beheaded by his captors. ". . .Ajmal was not simply an innocent bystander--collateral damage in a brutal war . . .To do justice to the man and the truth, Ajmal's story had to be told in the context of journalism and the escalating crisis in Afghanistan." [from Ian Olds' director's statement]. This post consists of excerpts from the second half of the Tribeca FF press conference, held at the DirectTV Press Center. The film won the Best Documentary award at Tribeca. The broadcast rights have been acquired by HBO Documentary Films. It will be aired in August.
This week: 1. Montezuma's Revenge in Reverse 2. California Droughting 3. Coke Crude 4. New School student beat down 5. London PoPo G20 murder 6. RNC 8 are not terrorists 7. Univ. of Colorado gets pwend 8. Obama's war chest 9. P.H.A.T.W.A. 10. Skidmark Bob of Free Radio Santa Cruz iraq obama oil water pirate radio