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Abby Martin: Is War with North Korea Imminent? Propaganda vs. Reality

Dandelion Salad

with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on Feb 17, 2018

On top of overtly genocidal threats, the Trump Administration has announced new terms: that they “will never accept a nuclear North Korea.” But, the Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea already has nuclear weapons.

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Walking Down the Fine Line (protest song)

WALKING DOWN THE FINE LINE

Walking down the fine line in an age of confusion

Walking down the fine line between truth and illusion

They argue for war, but if they’d seen what we saw… 273 more words

Dr Romesh Senewiratne-alagaratnam

AWB Wheat Scandal (protest song)

A song about the bribes paid by the Australian Wheat Board (AWB) and BHP to Saddam Hussein’s regime, while the Australian government was preparing to invade Iraq. 390 more words

Dr Romesh Senewiratne-alagaratnam

U.S. seeks Syria partition

By JEFF MACKLER

During a Jan. 17 Stanford University speech, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced that the U.S. military will arm, train, finance, and otherwise support—for an indefinite time—a new, 30,000-strong, Kurdish and U.S.-allied Arab nation border force in northeastern Syria. 1,504 more words

Anti-War

David Swanson VS Pete Kilner: Is War Ever Justifiable?

by David Swanson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
World Beyond War
February 14, 2018

On February 12, 2018, I debated Pete Kilner on the topic of “Is War Ever Justifiable?” (Location: Radford University; Moderator Glen Martin; videographer Zachary Lyman). 6,279 more words

Politics

A Country Without a Heart: thoughts on MLK, Dodge Rams, and the state of the country

America and Americans need to stop playing. Winning has nothing to do with money, cars or material things. The true measure of success is positive action. 2,605 more words

Militarism

Sophie Scholl Was Beheaded at 21 for Standing Up to the Nazis: She Distributed Anti-Nazi Pamphlets at the University of München

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Like most German children in the 1930s, Sophie Scholl and her five siblings joined Nazi youth groups. However, Sophie and her brother Hans grew outraged that educated Germans went along with racist Nazi policies. 222 more words

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