Archive | October 21, 2016

Rodrigo Duterte: I am officially through with the New World Order*

Rodrigo Duterte: I am officially through with the New World Order*

By Jonas E. Alexis

“In country after country, from Mexico and Honduras to Panama and Peru, the CIA helped set up or consolidate intelligence agencies that became forces of repression, and whose intelligence connections to other countries greased the way for illicit drug shipments.”

 

In case you missed it, Philippines’ President Rodrigo Duterte has officially announced his “separation” from the Zionist States of America. And he doesn’t mince words:

I announce my separation from the United States. America does not control our lives. Enough bullshit.”

Duterte did not hesitate to say that America, which is part of the New World Order,

“has lost now. I’ve realigned myself in your ideological flow [China], and maybe I will also go to Russia to talk to Putin and tell him that there are three of us against the world—China, the Philippines, and Russia. It’s the only way.”

Keep in mind that Duterte is not against the West’s achievement in science, medicine, and even in language. Duterte admitted to a reporter that “I am more articulate in English than in my own dialect.”

But Duterte seems to have had enough lies and fabrications being forced down his throat. He has realized that the New World Order has produced a batch of propaganda against countries like China and Russia. Duterte:

“Now that I am president, and by the grace of God I read a lot. I’m a lawyer, and I study geopolitics and now I get to know how to balance these contending [ideologies]. At this age I now have the proper perspective to judge whether the foreign policy is good for us or not.”

Shazam! Duterte nailed the New World Order right here. Duterte moves on to say that one of his motivations was to wage a frontal war against drug traffickers and gangsters and thugs who wanted to destroy the Philippines.

“I will charter a new course,” he adds, “changing direction of the foreign policy and be with friends with everybody.”

Duterte declares that there are about “four million [drug traffickers” in the Philippines. “My country,” he says, “has already been contaminated with” narcotics and other harmful drugs.

 

Of course, a war on drugs means a war against the United States, which has been involved in the drug and narcotics industry from time immemorial.

As academic and former diplomat Peter Dale Scott of the University of California points out in many of his scholarly studies, the CIA and the Mafia have been spreading political terrorism through drugs in nearly all the five continents on the planet. Scott writes:

“In country after country, from Mexico and Honduras to Panama and Peru, the CIA helped set up or consolidate intelligence agencies that became forces of repression, and whose intelligence connections to other countries greased the way for illicit drug shipments.”

It is inevitable, then, that Duterte would find himself squaring off with the New World Order and its agents. He argues right after was elected that that he has observed how elected officials used government funds to destroy lives through illegal drugs.

If the drug business continues in the Philippines, says Duterte, then the country “will be a failed state, just like Latin America and Mexico, which have already produced sixty thousand deaths [through the drug business].” Duterte has a case here:

“I’ve never heard of Obama and the E.U. complain about it. They were focusing on me.”

Duterte has also declared that the oligarchs were more interested in spreading illegal drugs across the country than protecting the helpless, the poor, and the defenseless. In fact, the oligarchs, as one writer has shown, were “helped by communists” since the 1980s in the Philippines, and it “explains much of our quagmire to this very day.”

The Philippines, like the United States, has been ruled by

“A greedy oligarchy unconcerned over, even blocking, the redistribution of assets and radical basic reforms that could improve the lives of majority of Filipinos.”

“I have seen how illegal drugs ruined family and destroyed relationships,” he said.

His job, he said, is to counterattack and destroy the world that the oligarchs have created through drugs. He declared,

“Love of country, subordination of personal interest to the common good, concern and care for the helpless and the impoverished—these are the lost values that we seek to recover.”

If that is the case, then New World Order agents have every reason to fear Duterte. This is why Zionist organs such as the Washington Post can preface their remarks by using words such as Duterte’s “self-proclaimed ‘drug war’…has claimed thousands of lives.” The Post nevertheless admitted: “Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte poses a major and unpredictable challenge to the U.S.”

As we have already seen, Duterte is in talk with Russia and China, which means that NWO agents will almost certainly have more serious challenges in 2017. It is no reason that New World Order organs like the New Yorker would misquote and then twisted Duderte’s words.

In any event, it seems that Hegel’s “cunning of reason” is back on the political table again. Duterte also shows that one country (in this case Russia) can make a difference after all. Vladimir Putin has been holding the fort against the New World Order for quite a while, and perhaps now he is seeing some fruit with Duterte’s rise against the establishment.

 

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Unity on U.S. Hands Off Syria Coalition*

Unity on U.S. Hands Off Syria Coalition*

 

We raise our voices against the violence of war and the enormous pressure of war propaganda, lies and hidden agendas that are used to justify this war and every past U.S. war.

We, the undersigned organizations and individuals, endorse the following Points of Unity and will work together as an Ad Hoc Coalition to help put an end to the regime change intervention by the United States, NATO and their regional allies and the killing of innocent people in Syria:

  1. The continuation of the war in Syria is the result of a U.S.-orchestrated intervention by the United States, NATO, their regional allies and reactionary forces, the goal of which is regime change in Syria.
  2. This policy of regime change in Syria is illegal and in clear violation of the United Nations Charter, the letter and spirit of international law and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  3. This policy of forced regime change is threatening the security of the region and the world and has increased the danger of direct confrontation between the United States and Russia, with the potential of a nuclear catastrophe for the whole world.
  4. War and U.S. and EU sanctions have destabilized every sector of Syria’s economy, transforming a once self-sufficient country into an aid-dependent nation. Half the Syrian population is now displaced. A UN ESCWA report reveals these U.S. sanctions on Syria are crippling aid work during one of the largest humanitarian emergency since World War II. The one third of Syrians refugees in surrounding Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey have been hit hard by U.S. cuts to UNICEF. This forces desperate refugees to struggle to reach Europe.
  5. No foreign entity, be it a foreign government or an armed group, has the right to violate the fundamental rights of the Syrian people to independence, national sovereignty and self-determination. This includes the right of the Syrian government to request and accept military assistance from other countries, as even the U.S. government has admitted.
  6. Only the people of Syria have the inalienable right to choose their leaders and determine the character of their government, free from foreign intervention. This right cannot be properly exercised under the conditions of U.S.-orchestrated foreign intervention against the Syrian people.
  7. Our opposition is to forced regime change in Syria by U.S.-backed foreign powers and their mercenaries. It is not our business to support or oppose President Assad or the Syrian government. Only the Syrian people have the right to decide the legitimacy of their government.
  8. The most urgent issue at present is peace and putting an end to the violence of foreign intervention that has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people and the displacement of millions of Syrians both internally or as refugees abroad.

Based on these Points of Unity, we, as individuals and organizations—in an Ad Hoc Coalition—agree on the following demands and commit ourselves to working together to help achieve them:

  1. An immediate end to the U.S. policy of forced regime change in Syria and full recognition and compliance by the U.S., NATO and their allies with principles of international law and the U.N. Charter, including respect for the independence and territorial integrity of Syria.
  2. An immediate end to all foreign aggression against Syria, and serious efforts toward a political resolution to the war.
  3. An immediate end to all military, financial, logistical and intelligence support by the U.S., NATO and their regional allies to all foreign mercenaries and extremists in the Middle East region.
  4. An immediate end to economic sanctions against Syria. Massive international aid for displaced people within Syria and Syrian refugees abroad.

Only in a peaceful and independent Syria, free of foreign aggression, can the people of Syria freely exercise their sovereign rights, express their free will and make free choices about their government and their country’s leadership.

We invite all supporters of peace and peoples’ right to self-determination around the world to join hands of cooperation in this effort to achieve these most humanitarian demands.

We need jobs, healthcare, education and an end to racist police violence here at home, not U.S. wars abroad!!

Organizational Signers (in alphabetical order):

  1. Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice (Chicago)
  2. Alliance for Global Justice
  3. Al-Awda — Palestine National Right to Return Coalition
  4. All-African People’s Revolutionary Party
  5. All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)
  6. All India Anti-Imperialist Forum, India
  7. American Party of Labor
  8. ANSWER Coalition
  9. Antiwar Committee — Chicago
  10. Antiwar Committee — Minneapolis
  11. Antiwar Committee — Tampa
  12. Antiwar Committee — Tucson
  13. Antiwar Committee — Utah
  14. Arab Americans for Syria
  15. Arab Women Progressive League
  16. Arbeitskreis Marburger WisxsenschaftlerInnen für Friedens – und Abrüstungsforschung (AMW) — Germany
  17. Associazione per la Pace di Pordenone, Italy
  18. BAYAN – Philippine Coalition
  19. Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
  20. Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations
  21. British Afro-Asian Organisation
    Mohammed Arif, Gen. Secretary
  22. Buffalo Anti Racism Coalition
  23. Byke4Peace.com
  24. Citizens of the World — Canada
  25. Coalition of Arab Canadian Professionals and Community Associations
  26. Cognitive Liberty, Californian, USA
  27. Columbus Campaign for Arms Control
  28. Comite Surveillance OTAN, Bruxelles, Belgique
  29. The Committee to Stop FBI Repression — NYC
  30. Conselho Português para a Paz e Cooperação / Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation
  31. Consejo de la juventud de Torrelavega, Torrelavega, Cantabria, Spain
  32. Coop Anti-War Cafe, AntikriegTV, Berlin, Germany
  33. CT 9/11 Truth
  34. Dallas Left Alliance
  35. Democracy TV Berlin, Germany
  36. Democracy without Borders, Canada
  37. Deutscher Freidenkerverband, Berlin, Germany
  38. Disarmament and Security Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand
  39. Earth Neighborhood
  40. Ecumenical Peace Institute Clergy and Laity Concerned
  41. Ecumenical Women’s Forum — Philippines
  42. El Movimiento Meicano Por la Paz Y el Desarollo (MOMPADE) — Mexico
  43. FLC-CGIL Trade Union University of Florence (Italy)
  44. Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico
  45. Friedensbewegung 2015 (Peace Movement), Thale, Germany
  46. FBK, Friedensbewegung bundesweite Koordination, Germany
  47. Foro Contra la Guerra Imperialista y la OTAN (Spain)
  48. Frome Stop War, UK
  49. Free Mumia Abu Jamal Coalition — NYC
  50. Galway Alliance Against War, Ireland
  51. Greater New Haven Peace Council, Connecticut
  52. Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
  53. Hands Off Syria (Australia)
  54. HEAL
  55. House of Creative Writing, Michigan, USA
  56. Houston Peace Council
  57. Houston Communist Party
  58. Humanistischer Landesverband Thüringen e.V., Jena, Germany
  59. ImaginAction Theatre, Sierra Madre, California
  60. In Service to Humankind of Planet Earth, Washington DC
  61. International Action Center
  62. International Anti-imperialist Coordinating Committee, Kolkata, India
  63. International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity
  64. International Indigenous Society, Georgia, USA
  65. International-Lawyers.Org, Geneva, Switzerland
  66. International League of Peoples Struggle – U.S.
  67. Jersey City Peace Movement, New Jersey, USA
  68. Labor Fightback Network, New Jersey, USA
  69. Labor Union Advocates
  70. Los Alamos Study Group — AZ
  71. Maine Social Justice — Public Access TV Show
  72. Malcolm X Center
  73. Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice
  74. Mobilization Against War & Occupation (MAWO) — Canada
  75. Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center, California, USA
  76. Mütter gegen den Krieg Berlin-Brandenburg
  77. New Afrikan Independence Party (NAIP)
  78. New Jersey Peace Council
  79. New Orleans Workers Group, USA
  80. No NATO List, Rome, Italy
  81. No Nukes No War — CT
  82. Northeast Iowa Peace and Justice Committee
  83. Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice
  84. No War Net — Rome (Italy)
  85. One State Assembly
  86. One World Media, Berlin, Germany
  87. One World Life Systems, New York
  88. Orange County Healthcare For All!
  89. Our Revolution Los Angeles
  90. PädagogInnen für den Frieden, Hamburg, Germany
  91. Pax Christi — Clinton, Iowa
  92. Peace, Bochum, Germany
  93. Peace Forum Sangerhausen, Germany
  94. Peace Roots Alliance — Tennessee
  95. Peoples Organization for Progress
  96. Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  97. Peoples’ Liberation Front — JVP, Srilanka
  98. Peoples Opposition to War, Imperialism & Racism — POWIR (Florida)
  99. Popular Resistance
  100. Popular Committee in Defense of Syria
  101. Project NatureConnect, Los Angeles, USA
  102. Trudy Quaif, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
  103. Queers Without Borders — Hartford CT
  104. Return Now Coalition
  105. Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, Wisconsin, USA
  106. San Diego County Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California
  107. Socialist Action — Ligue pour l’Action Socialiste, Canada
  108. SOLVE, Florida, USA
  109. South Asian Fund For Education, Scholarship & Training (SAFEST)
  110. South Coast People For Peace and Justice
  111. Southern Human Rights Organizers’ Conference – SHROC
  112. St. Pete for Peace
  113. Stop the War Machine
  114. Students for a Democratic Society — SDS
  115. Students for a Democratic Society at University of Houston
  116. Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham University, New York
  117. Swedish Peace Council
  118. Syria Solidarity Movement
  119. Syrian American Forum
  120. Syrian American Will Association – SAWA
  121. Syrian Social Club Community in the UK (Dr. Issa Chaer, Co-founder)
  122. The Expatriates Association of Syrians in Canada
  123. The Pacific Institute of Resource Management, Wellington, New Zealand
  124. Topanga Peace Alliance and MLK Coalition of Greater Los Angeles
  125. United National Antiwar Coalition — UNAC
  126. United Opt Out National
  127. United Steelworkers Local 8751
  128. Unleashed (Anarcho-Liberation)
  129. Upstate New York Drone Action
  130. U.S. Peace Council
  131. Veterans For Peace / Chapter 021 — Northern New Jersey
  132. Veterans For Peace Chapter 111, Bellingham, WA
  133. Virginia Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality
  134. War is Unacceptable to Consciousness
  135. Whores Against Wars, New Zealand
  136. WisxsenschaftlerInnen für Friedens – und Abrüstungsforschung (AMW) — Germany
  137. Wolf’s Enterprises Human and Civil Rights Advocacy
  138. Women Against Military Madness — WAMM
  139. World Peace Council (WPC)

Individual Signers (in alphabetical order):

  1. Jim Abourezk, Former U.S. Senator, South Dakota
  2. Judith Ackerman, WIB,* new york
  3. Jairo Aja Garcia, Ex-vicepresidente, Consejo de la juventud de Torrelavega, Torrelavega, Cantabria, Spain
  4. Akubundu Amazu, Central Committee Member, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party
  5. Robert Anderson, Co-Director, Stop the War Machine
  6. Masad Arbid, M.D., Arab – Americans for Syria*
  7. Mohammed Arif, General Secretary, British Afro-Asian Organisation
  8. Hector Aristizabal, Director, ImaginAction Theatre, Sierra Madre, California
  9. Karen Ashikeh, Founder, Earth Neighborhood, Fremont, California
  10. Christopher Assad, The Expatriates Association of Syrians in Canada
  11. Margli Auclair, Director, Mt. Diablo Peace and Justice Center, Walnut Creek, California
  12. Abayomi Azikiwe, Pan Africa News Wire
  13. Ajama Baraka, Human Rights Defender
  14. William Barklay, In Service toHumankind of Planet Earth, Washington DC, USA
  15. Mary Beaudoin, Women Against Military Madness,* Minnesota, USA
  16. Dr. Johannes Mari Becker, Senior Researcher, Arbeitskreis Marburger
  17. Vanessa Beeley, Independent Journalist and Photographer
  18. Mike Beilstein, City Councilor,* Corvallis, Oregon
  19. Judith Bello, Member of Admin Committee, UNAC
  20. Thomas Bias, National Secretary, Labor Fightback Network, New Jersey, USA
  21. Toby Blomé, CODEPINK, SF Bay Area Chapter,* California, USA
  22. Max Bollock, Board Member, San Mateo County Peace Action,* USA
  23. Anne Bowers, Women in Black,* New York, USA
  24. Vincenzo Branid, Spokesman, No War Net / No NATO List — Rome (Italy)
  25. Jimmy Brash, Editorial Board Member, The North Star website,* Parsippany-Troy Hills, new Jersey
  26. Charles Britz, Appalachian Left,* Huntington, West Virginia
  27. Keith Brooks, UFT Retiree, NWU,* New York, USA
  28. Bob Brown, Organizer, All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC) — USA
  29. Mattie Boyd, Workers World Party,* Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  30. Daniel Brown, Director, Rite of Strings, Modern Guitar Tuition, Cockburn Central, Australia
  31. Minnie Bruce Pratt, UAW Local 1981/ National Writers Union*
  32. Kim Bryan, General Secretary,* Socialist Labour Party (Great Britain)
  33. Heinrich Bueker, Coop Anti-War Cafe, Berlin, Germany
  34. Heinrich Buecker, Initiator, Coop Anti-War Cafe, AntikriegTV, Berlin, Germany
  35. Doug Bullock, Legislator, Albany County,* USA
  36. Kerry Burch, Professor, Northern Illinois University,* USA
  37. Mark Burton, Member of the Board, Alliance for Global Justice
  38. Gregory Butterfield, National Organization of Legal Services Workers, UAW Local 2320,* New York, USA
  39. Traian Cainaru, USFSP,* New York, USA
  40. Candace Carnicelli, Executive Director, Common Peace,* California, USA
    Alfonse Casal, National Spokesperson, American Party of Labor
  41. Elizabeth Case, Dorchester People for Peace,* Boston, Massachusetts
  42. Liane Casten, Co-Chair, Citizens Act to Protect Our Water (CAPOW!)*
  43. John Catalinotto, Managing Editor, Workers World newspaper,* USA
  44. Sara Catalinotto, Delegate, UFT Local 2/MORE Caucus,* New York
  45. Frank Chapman, Field organizer, Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression*
  46. K. R. Chowdry, President, All India Anti-imperialist Forum, Kokata, India
  47. Ramsey Clark, Former U.S. Attorney General & Human Rights Attorney
  48. Polet Claudine, Comite Surveillance OTAN, Bruxelles, Belgique
  49. Lynn Comerford, Professor, California State University — East Bay*
  50. Gerry Condon, National Board Vice President, Veterans For Peace*
  51. James Connolly, Administrator, Connecticut Progressives FB Page
  52. Sheila Coombes, Founder and Coorinator, Frome Stop War, UK
  53. Heather Cottin, Long Island Committee Against US Wars,* Freeport, New York
  54. Pastor Michael-Vincent Crea, Founder & Pastor One World Life Systems, New York
  55. Cheryl Curtis, Ct 9/11 Truth
  56. Christine Curtiss, Arlington Street Church,* Boston, Massachusetts
  57. Kenneth Dalton, Veterans For Peace, Chapter 21,* New Jersey, U.S.A.
  58. Claudine Dauphin, Archaeologist and Historian of the Middle East, Paris, France
  59. Nicolas J. S. Davies, Author of Blood On Our Hands: The American Invasion and Destruction of Iraq, Florida, USA
  60. Erin Davis, Ancaster Discovery Gardens,* Ancaster, Canada
  61. Kimberly DeFranco, Welfare Rights Committee,* Minnesota, USA
  62. Luana DeJesus, Buffalo Anti Racism Coalition, New York, USA
  63. Judith Deutsch, Past President, Science for Peace,* Toronto, Canada
  64. Kate Dewes, Coordinator, Disarmament and Security Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand
  65. Jadranka Dierkes, Peace, Bochum, Germany
  66. Said Dodin, Gründer, One World Media, Berlin, Germany
  67. Curtis Doebbler, Officer, International-Lawyers.Org, Geneva, Switzerland
  68. Denis Doherty, National Coordinator, Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition
  69. Arthur Donart, Deacon, Pax Christi — Clinton, Iowa
  70. Mary Catherine Dundon, SSND, Retired, School Sisters of Notre Dame,* Wisconsin
  71. Frank Dorrel, Publisher, ADDICTED To WAR, California, USA
  72. Henry Duke, M.D., Medical Director, Orange County Healthcare For All!
  73. Berthony Dupont, Haiti Liberté Newspaper,* New York, USA
  74. Sandy Eaton, South Shore Coalition for Human Rights — Massachusetts,* USA
  75. Debra Ellis, Cognitive Liberty, Californian, USA
  76. Chris Ernesto, St. Pete for Peace
  77. Niall Farrel, Galway Alliance Against War, Ireland
  78. Maria Ilda Figueiredo, Chairperson, Conselho Português para a Paz e Cooperação / Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation
  79. Mary Lou Finley, Co-Chair, San Diego County Central Committee of the Peace and Freedom Party of California
  80. Terence Fitzgibbons, Veterans For Peace,* New Jersey, USA
  81. Margaret Flowers, M.D., Green Party Candidate for Senate; Co-Director, It’s Our Economy*
  82. Wolfram Freiling, Peace Party,* Germany
  83. Ramiro Funez, ANTICONQUISTA*
  84. Carl Gentile, CEO, Labor Union Advocates, Maryland, USA
  85. Bruce Gagnon, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space*
  86. Carol Gay, President, NJ State Industrial Union Council,* USA
  87. Franziska Genitsch, Swiss Peace Movement,* Switzerland
  88. Frank Geppert, Thale, Germany
  89. Peter Gerlinghoff, Speaker, Peace Forum Sangerhausen, Germany
  90. Bradley Geyer, Veterans for Peace-Chapter 175,* Janesville WI; Iraq Veterans Against War,* Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3589*—Jefferson, WI
  91. John Gilbert, Secretary, FLC-CGIL Trade Union University of Florence (Italy)
  92. Steven Gillis, Financial Secretary, United Steelworkers Local 8751
  93. Daniel Gilman, President, Veterans For Peace Chapter 92,* Greater Seattle
  94. Mike Gimbel, Retired Executive Board Member, Local 375 AFSCME,* Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania
  95. Greg Godels, Co-Director, Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  96. Tayfun Gol, Co-Director, Pittsburgh Anti-Imperialist League
  97. Socorro Gomes, President, World Peace Council (WPC)
  98. Therese Gonzalez, Collectif de soutien aux réfugies,* Abriès, France
  99. Trevor Goodger-Hill, Citizens of the World, Canada
  100. Martha Grevatt, Trustee, UAW Local 869,* Michigan, USA
  101. Eldon Grossman, Veterns For Peace,* Chicago, Illinois
  102. Joachim Guilliard, Forum against Militarism and War,* Heidelberg, Germany
  103. Evelyn Haas, Member of Executive Committee, Northeast Philly for Peace and Justice
  104. Henry Hagins, Free Mumia Abu Jamal Coalition — NYC
  105. Abbas Hamideh, al-Awda Steering Committee*
  106. Joseph Hancock, Movement for People’s Democracy
  107. Sue Harris, Peoples Video Network
  108. Klaus Hartmann, President, World Union of Freethinkers / German Freethinkers Association
  109. S. Hedgecoke, CWA 14156,* New York
  110. Patrick Higgins, Students for a Democratic Society at UH
  111. Jaribu Hill, Human Rights Defender
  112. Herbert Hoffman, Veterans for Peace,* Albuquerque, New Mexico
  113. Lydia Howell, Producer, Host of “Catalyst,” KFAI Community Radio, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  114. Joan Hoff, Research Professor of History, Nontana State University,* Bozeman
  115. Veron Hoffman, Bike 4 Peace, Oregon, USA
  116. Julia Hoppe, Secretary, Schweizerische Friedensbewegung (SFB), Basel, Switzerland
  117. Brian Huseby, International Socialist Organization
  118. Joe Iosbaker, Anti-War Committee — Chicago
  119. Jane Anne Jeffries, L.A. Coordinator, Project NatureConnect
  120. DaleJohnson, Retired Professor, Brava, Costa Rica
  121. Ivar Jordre, Board Member, Latin America Group,* Bergen, Norway
  122. Lars Jørgensen, Researcher, Homo Sociologicus, Denmark
  123. Alicia Jrapko, U.S. Coordinator, International Committee for Peace, Justice and Dignity
  124. Mohd Kassem, Followup Committee, Anti Imperialist Forum, Beirut, Lebanon
  125. Tarak Kauf, National Board Member, Managing Editor, Peace in Our Times, Veterans For Peace*
  126. Chris Kaihatsu RevLeft.com,* Chicago, Illinois
  127. Michael Keefer, Professor Emeritus, University of Guelph,* Toronto, Canada
  128.  June Kelly, Editor, Independent Researcher* — Alternative Media — Ireland
  129. Geraroid Kilgallen, Member of Steering Committee, Irish Anti-War Movement*
  130. Margaret Kimberly, Editor and Senior Columnist, Black Agenda Report
  131. Elaine Marie Kinch, founding Member, Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, Wisconsin, USA
  132. John Kiriakou, former CIA counterterrorism officer and former senior investigator, Senate Foreign Relations Committee
  133. Dr. Ansgar Klein, Sprecher, Aachener Aktionsgemeinschaft, “Frieden jetzt!”, Wuerselen, Germany
  134. Cheryl Kozanitas, Board Member, Peace Action of San Mateo County,* California
  135. Michael Kramer, Chapter President, Veterans For Peace — Chapter 021 (Northern New Jersey)*
  136. Vladislaw Krasnow, Russia & America Goodwill Association,* Virginia, USA
  137. Steve Krevisky, Congress of CT Community Colleges,* Connecticut, USA
  138. Mike Kuhlenbeck, National Writers Union UAW Local 1981/AFL-CIO,* Des Monies, Iowa
  139. Ray Laforest, Haiti Support Network
  140. John Laforge, Co-Director, NukeWatch
  141. Virginia Lee, Attorney, Law Office of Virginia Curtis Lee, Salt Lake City, Utah
  142. Ed Lehman, Vice President, Regina Peace Council*
  143. Julie, Levine, Co-Director, Topanga Peace Alliance and MLK Coalition of
  144. Greater Los Angeles
  145.  John Lewis, Retired Member, UFCW Local 400,* New York
  146. Dave Logsdon, President, Veterans For Peace — Chapter 27,* Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
  147. Henry Lowendorf, Co-Chair, Greater New Haven Peace Council, Connecticut, USA
  148. Lisa Makarchuk, Retired Teachers of Ontario (RTO),* Toronto, Canada
  149. Issam Makhoul, Chairperson, Emil Touma Institute for Palestinian and Israeli Studies,* Haifa, USA
  150. Ali Mallah, Steering Committee, Syria Solidarity Movement
  151. Alfred Marder, President, U.S. Peace Council
  152. John Marienthal, Former Commissioner, San Jose Human Rights Commission,* California
  153. George Martin, Liberty Tree
  154. Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst and Presidential briefer
  155. Jo (Yosi) McIntire, Acroosthe Straits / The Friendship Association,* Florida, USA
  156. Rev. F. Mark Mealing, Ph.D., Anglican church of Canada,* Meadow Creek, Canada
  157. Gregory Mello, Executive Director, Los Alamos Study Group
  158. Daniel A. Mengeling, Law Offices of Daniel A. Mengeling, New Mexico, USA
  159. Harry Meserve, Associate Librarian Emeritus, San Jose State University,* Capitola, California
  160. Thodore Micceri, SOLVE, Florida, USA
  161. Thomas Milcarek, Veterans For Peace,* Santa Cruz, California
  162. Monica Moorehead, US Presidential Candidate, Workers World Party
  163. Amir Mortasawi, Physician and Author, Rotenburg sn der fulda, Germany
  164. Nick Mottern, Knowdrones.com
  165. Manik Mukherjee, General Secretary, International Anti-imperialist Coordinating Committee, Kolkata, India
  166. lois and Maria Mueller-Giebels, Frieden jetzt, Aachen,* Germany
  167. Elizabeth Murray, Deputy National Intelligence Officer for the Near East, National Intelligence Council (ret.)
  168. Radmila Nastic, University Professor, Belgrade, Serbia
  169. Navid Nasr, Editor-in-Chief, Balkans Post,* Croatia
  170. Donna Nassor, PhD, Human Rights Activist, New Jersey, USA
  171.  Jim Newman, JVP,* Evanston, Illinois
  172. Agneta Norberg, Chairwoman, Swedish Peace Council
  173. Efia Nwangaza, Founder/Director, Malcolm X Center
  174. Sazi Okera, Minister, International Indigenous Society, Georgia, USA
  175. Gunar Olsen, Co-Founder, Vice President, Students for Justice in Palestine at Fordham University, New York
  176. Jon Olsen, Co-Chair, Maine Green Independent Party*
  177. Elfi Padovan, Sprecherin, LAG Frieden der LINKEN,* Munich, Germany
  178. Manuel Pardo, Secretary, Foro Contra la Guerra Imperialista y la OTAN (Spain)
  179. Nasrin Parsa, Producer, Democracy TV Berlin, Germany
  180. Dhuruv Pathak, Workers World Party,* New York
  181. Carmencita Peralta, Convenor, Ecumenical Women’s Forum — Philippines
  182. Candida Rosa Perez Flores, Campamento Contra La Junta,* San Juan, Puerto Rico
  183. Sam Petker, Party for Socialism and Liberation,* Stockton, California
  184. Nascent Ping, Creator, War is Unacceptable to Consciousness, New Jersey
  185. Rafael Pla-Lopez, Secretary of Internal Communication, PCPV,* Spain
  186. Catherine Pottinger, Program Chair, SEIU 6 Active Retirees,* Washington State, USA
  187. Trudy Quaif, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace
  188. Brigitte Queck, Vorsitzende, Mütter gegen den Krieg Berlin-Brandenburg, Potsdam, Germany
  189. Khalid Raheem, Chairman, New Afrikan Independence Party (NAIP), Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  190. Felipe Ramos, Frente Socialista de Puerto Rico
  191. Dennis Rancourt, PhD, Researcher, Ontario Civil Liberties Association,* Ottawa, Canada
  192. Barry Ranger, Co-Chair, Northwest Iowa Peace and Justice Committee
  193. Bimal Rathnayake, Member of Parliament, Peoples’ Liberation Front — JVP
    Srilanka
  194. Linda Ray, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council*
  195. Quest Riggs, Treasurer, New Orleans Workers Group, USA
  196. Mary & Rev. Robert Reader, Veterans for Peace, Coalition for Peace and Justice, O. C. Peace and Justice, etc.,* New York
  197. Ken Rennery, Organizer, Democracy without Borders, Canada
  198. Neal Resnikoff, Albany Park, North Park, Mayfair Neighbors for Peace and Justice / March 19th Anti-War Coalition (Chicago)
  199. Hartmut Ring, PädagogInnen für den Frieden, Hamburg, Germany
  200. Chris Robinson, Membership Secretary, Green Party of Philadelphia*
  201. Coleen Rowley, retired FBI agent and former Minneapolis Division Legal Counsel
  202. Antonio Rue, Teacher, Marist Brothers,* Libertador, Argentina
  203. Ben Sears, AFT (Teachers’ Union — Retired),* USA
  204. Einar Schlereth, Writer, Journalist, Translatror, Klavreström, Sweden
  205. Pete Schoonmaker, Veterans For Peace,* Seattle, WA
  206. Dr. Larry Semark, ANSWER,* Albuquerque, New Mexico
  207. Cindy Sheehan, Anti-War Gold Star Mother
  208. Jeffrey Shurtleff, Volunteer, Amnesty International USA,* California
  209. Meaghan Simpson, Founder/Director, Mending Wheel,* Fortuna, California
  210. Peter Sirois, Producer, Maine Social Justice — Public Access TV Show
  211. Angel Smith, HEAL, Seattle, WA
  212. Ceresta Smith, Administrator, United Opt Out National, Florida
  213. Jack A. Smith, Editor, Hudson Valley Activist Newsletter, New York
  214. Stansfield Smith, Chicago ALBA Solidarity Committee*
  215. John Spitzberg, Veterans For Peace,* Willow, Alaska
  216. Stephen Stein, Press officer, FBK, Friedensbewegung bundesweite Koordination, Germany
  217. Ninie G. Syarikin, House of Creative Writing, Michigan, USA
  218. John St. Peter, Peace Action of San Mateo County,* California
  219. Mark Stansbery, Co-Coordinator, Columbus Campaign for Arms Control*
  220. Steven Starr, Senior Scientist, Physicians for Social Responsibility,* Missouri
  221. Lauren Steiner, Lead Organizer, Our Revolution Los Angeles
  222. Jane Stillwater, President, Century of the Child
  223. Claudio Tamagnini, International Solidarity Movement,* Italy
  224. Jay Tharappel, Committee Member, Hands Off Syria, Sidney, Australia
  225. Will Thomas, NH Veterans For Peace*
  226. James Thompson, Chairperson, Houston Peace Council
  227. James Thring, Founder, Ministry of Peace,* London, UK
  228. Ann Tiffany, Syracuse Peace Council,* New York, USA
  229. Dr. June Terpstra, Faculty, NEIU,* Sun City, Arizona
  230. Roberto Torres-Collazo, Encuentro 5*
  231. Tracey Tully, Anti-war Sex Worker, Whores Against Wars, The Crown, New Zealand
  232. Marianne van Ophuijsen, WILPF,* Amsterdam, Nederland
  233. Anton M. Voissem, School Sisters of Notre Dame,* beaver Dam, Wisconsin
  234. Amal Wahda, Arab Women’s Progressive League
  235. John Walsh, Come Home America,* California
  236. William H. Warrick, M.D., Veterans For Peace Chapter #14,* Gainesville, Florida
  237. Joseph Wasserman, Co-Chair, No Nukes No War
  238. C. T. Weber, Legislative Committee Chair, Peace and Freedom Party of California*
  239. Vivian Weinstein, JVP,* Denver, Colorado
  240. Kay Weir, Editor, Pacific Ecologist, The Pacific Institute of Resource Management, Wellington, New Zealand
  241. Dave Welsh, Delegate, San Francisco Labor Council*
  242. S. Brian Willson, Author, Activist, Oregon
  243. Gwen Winter, IBEW Local 340,* Sacramento, California
  244. Sven Wirzbowitz, Schatzmeister, Humanistischer Landesverband Thüringen e.V., Jena, Germany
  245. Mike Wisniewski, Los Angeles Catholic Worker*
  246. S. Wolf Britain, Wolf’s Enterprises Human and Civil Rights Advocacy, Montana, USA
  247. Caroline Yacoub, County Council, Green Party of Santa Clara County*
  248. Len Yannielli, Community Outreach Director, Gunntown Group (Environment),* Naugatuck, Connecticut
  249. Omali Yeshitela, Chair, Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations
  250. Eddie Yood, Co-Chair, CWA Local 1180 Committee on People with Disabilities*
  251. Kevin Zeese, Co-Director, Popular Resistance
  252. Edik Zwarenstein, Retired Engineer, Society of Energy Professionals,* Ontario, Canada

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What we saw in Syria goes against everything we read in the United States*

360,000 Foreign Nationals from Tens of States Fighting Alongside Terrorists in Syria*

U.S. Soldier: “The Real Terrorist Was Me and the Real Terrorism is This Occupation”

U.S. Army Captain Files Lawsuit against Obama over ‘Illegal’ War in Iraq and Syria*

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Terrorists Shell Humanitarian Corridor As Civilians Try To Flee Aleppo*

Terrorists Shell Humanitarian Corridor As Civilians Try To Flee Aleppo*

 

At least six mortar shells were fired into the ‘humanitarian corridor’ by militants in the Bustan al-Qasr neighbourhood of eastern Aleppo. Small arms fire was also directed at a Syrian Army checkpoint, RIA Novosti reported on Thursday.

The exit from the corridor is approximately 200 meters from Islamist positions and apparently within reach of their small arms and mortar fire, according to the report.

Reports on civilian casualties were not immediately available. The Aleppo residents, some sick and wounded, were trying to flee Islamist-controlled eastern Aleppo with an escort from U.N. and Syrian Red Crescent personnel.

Meanwhile, other ‘humanitarian corridors’ on Aleppo’s Castello Road remain safe, and the evacuation of civilians is expected to begin shortly, with buses and ambulances on standby ready to go, RIA Novosti reported.

The ceasefire took effect on Thursday at 8am local time and the Russian military said earlier in the day that it was ready to extend the pause for three hours upon the request of humanitarian organizations assisting civilians. The Syrian Army and Russian Air Force have suspended airstrikes against militant positions since Tuesday to pave the way for the ceasefire.

There are eight corridors in eastern Aleppo, two of which have been established for rebels willing to leave, who would be allowed exit the city with their arms. The six others are meant for civilians and humanitarian aid deliveries. Syrian forces have already pulled back from those routes, while Russian and Syrian aircraft will stay at least 10km away from Aleppo.

Unarmed terrorists, as well as wounded, sick and elderly people have started to leave the eastern districts of the city of Aleppo in the framework of an agreement with the Syrian government

Unarmed terrorists, as well as wounded, sick and elderly people have started to leave the eastern districts of the city of Aleppo in the framework of an agreement with the Syrian government

The Russian military added that everyone leaving the area will be monitored by web cameras and surveillance drones. Aleppo residents were informed of the possibility to escape the area by airdropped leaflets, loudspeakers, text messages, and the internet.

Later on Thursday, Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu called upon countries with influence over the ‘moderate’ rebels in Syria to persuade them to leave the city. In the meantime, militant forces continue to receive arms deliveries from abroad, including sophisticated US-made TOW anti-tank missiles, according to Russia’s General Staff.

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U.K. – U.S. Responds to Aleppo Siege with More Sanctions against Syrian Civilians*

U.S. Suffers Massive Defeat as Terrorists Crushed in Northern Aleppo*

Syrian Swimmer Dies In Rebel Attack, But UK’s Independent Blames Assad Anyway*

U.S. Kill More Civilians in Syria*

Man Gets PROBATION After Raping His 12-Year-Old Daughter*

Man Gets PROBATION After Raping His 12-Year-Old Daughter*

Martin Joseph Blake

By Tom Cahill

Martin Joseph Blake admitting in court to raping his own child. But despite his horrendous crime, he’s getting off with probation.

Blake, 40, of Glasgow, Montana, was initially charged with three felony counts of incest for raping his 12-year-old daughter on multiple occasions. He pleaded guilty to one felony incest charge in order to have the other two felonies dismissed.

As part of his guilty plea, Blake was sentenced to 30 years in prison, with all 30 years suspended in place of probation and having to register as a sex offender. Valley County prosecuting attorney Dylan Jensen recommended 100 years in state prison with 75 years suspended as part of a plea agreement, meaning Blake would spend 25 years in prison.

However, in his ruling, Judge John C. McKeon defended the light sentence as “quite restrictive,” and said the sentence was appropriate given Blake’s support from family, friends, and the community. Under Judge McKeon’s sentence, Blake will serve 60 days in jail, with credit for 17 days of time served, meaning he only has to spend 43 days in prison. The kid-gloves treatment Blake received despite the crime is indicative of how embedded rape culture and white privilege is in the American judicial system.

Blake’s public defender, Casey Moore, said the sentence was appropriate, arguing that Blake had already suffered enough.

“I’m not asking that he be given a slap on the wrist,” Moore said in his argument in the courtroom.

“He did spend 17 days in jail, and he did lose his job.”

However, Jensen said even if the other two felonies were dismissed, it still doesn’t mean the crime he admitted to committing wasn’t still heinous.

“A father repeatedly raped his 12-year-old daughter,” Jensen said.

Jensen told local media he was “disappointed” by Judge McKeon’s ruling. He declined to comment further.

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Father and Boyfriend Charged with ‘raping 10-month-old baby daughter’ for 3 Hours *

White Privilege Gets No Prison Time for Raping 2-Year-Old Girl and Posting It Online*