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Statement on Iraq (2003) by the Burning River Revolutionary Anarchist Collective (2000-2004)

Statement on Iraq


The bombs over Baghdad haven’t stopped falling for over a decade. The proposed war on Iraq by the George W. 1,134 more words


Jonathan Rugman on Iraq.

On August 8th 2014, the U.S. announced that they had started carrying out air strikes in northern Iraq. The major reason given for this was that the United States couldn’t stand idly by while the Islamic State killed, displaced and persecuted minority groups, with the fate of the Yazidis at the forefront of the justification. 1,276 more words



If there is a moment, when your sails of fortune luff
Remember that the warlords do not improve your life.
When your next payment outruns accounts received… 209 more words


Week 31: Catch-22

Author: Joseph Heller
Pages: 453
Days to finish: 7
Favourite Lines: “Clevinger had a mind, and Lieutenant Scheisskopf had noticed that people with minds tended to get pretty smart at times.” 139 more words


Statement on Afghanistan (2001) by the Burning River Revolutionary Anarchist Collective (2000-2004)

Statement on Afghanistan

Have the Back of the Afghan People!
Stop the War on Innocent People!
Watch Your Back!
The State’s on a Repressive Rampage! 1,137 more words


British Isis militant in James Foley video 'guards foreign hostages in Syria' | World news | theguardian.com

As an international manhunt got under way on Wednesday, the English-speaking militant was identified to the Guardian by one of his former hostages as the ringleader of three British jihadists thought to be the main guards of foreign nationals in Raqqa, a stronghold of Islamic State Isis rebels.The militant who appeared on the Foley video, who called himself John and is believed to be from London, was said to be the main rebel negotiator during talks earlier this year to release 11 Islamic State hostages – who were eventually handed to Turkish officials after ransom demands were met.The FBI, MI5 and Scotland Yard’s counter-terrorism command were all on Wednesday night racing to identify the militant who fronted the propaganda video that showed the brutal murder of Foley, the journalist who had been missing in Syria since 2012. 17 more words


KKK plans to employ US troops in training for upcoming race war VIDEO — RT USA

The Ku Klux Klan plans to use US military troops returning from overseas deployments to begin military training for its members, according to a new report, though the success of the group’s recruitment drive is unclear.The Loyal White Knights within the larger, nationwide white supremacist group – which has an estimated 6,500 members – told Barcroft Media they have stepped up efforts to train and recruit new members, specifically children, in preparation for a race war.“We’re going to do something a little different for probably the next couple of years to try to get our men and women ready for the upcoming battle that we’re about to take upon us, and this is something that no Klan has ever done and we’re going to start it,” said one Klan leader at meeting of about 40 people in Parkersburg, West Virginia. 154 more words