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One My Lai a Month

By Robert C. Koehler “When somebody asks, ‘Why do you do it to a gook, why do you do this to people?’ your answer is, ‘So what, they’re just gooks, they’re not people. It doesn’t make any difference what you […]

Former Navy Commander Leah Bolger on how to achieve a world beyond war

Talk Nation Radio: Gandhi’s Grandson Warns of World War III

Talk Nation Radio: Gandhi’s Grandson Warns of World War III

https://soundcloud.com/davidcnswanson/talk-nation-radio-gandhis-grandson-warns-of-world-war-iii Arun Gandhi discusses his new children’s book about his grandfather, applies its lessons to the world, and warns that we are currently on a path toward a third world war. Total run time: 29:00 Host: David Swanson.Producer: David Swanson.Music […]

Saturday Marked 13 Years of Denmark’s Participation in U.S. Wars, and 13 Years of Protest

Thirteen years ago Denmark joined in U.S. aggressive war making. Immediately and ever since Danes have protested in front of Parliament. More info and photos here.

David Hartsough on Clearing the Fog Radio

Lifetime Activist, David Hartsough, Shares Wisdom and Vision for a Just World by Clearingthefog on Mixcloud

Giants on the Earth: A Review of Waging Peace by David Hartsough

By Winslow Myers There were giants on the earth in those days . . . (Genesis 6:4) The fear that we citizens of the United States have been seduced into since 9/11 spreads across our benighted nation like a fog, […]

My father was killed by a computer, says 7 year old Afghan child

My father was killed by a computer, says 7 year old Afghan child

By Dr. Hakim Imal, a 7 year old Afghan student in the 2nd grade, came to visit us in Kabul. As Imal grew up, he kept asking his mother where his father was. His mother finally told Imal that his […]

World Beyond War – New Video

Overlooking the Obvious With Naomi Klein

Overlooking the Obvious With Naomi Klein

By CRAIG COLLINS, CounterPunch First off, I want to congratulate Naomi Klein on her inspiring book.  This Changes Everything has helped her readers better understand the germination of a broad based, multi-dimensional climate movement from the ground up and its […]

Stop the Killing

Stop the Killing

By Kathy Kelly On August 9, 1983, three people dressed as U.S. soldiers saluted their way onto a U.S. military base and climbed a pine tree. The base contained a school training elite Salvadoran and other foreign troops to serve […]

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