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How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Undermine National Security and Harm Us All

Source: tomdispatch, by David Vine

With the U.S. military having withdrawn many of its forces from Iraq and Afghanistan, most Americans would be forgiven for being unaware that hundreds of U.S.

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Flounders | The Pentagon: The Climate Elephant

 There is an elephant in the climate debate that by U.S. demand cannot be discussed or even seen. This agreement to ignore the elephant is now the accepted basis of all international negotiations on climate change.   

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Security Level Raised at U.S. Military Bases: F.B.I. Director warns ‘thousands’ of Islamic Terrorists already in U.S.

Source: Off Grid Survival

This morning the Pentagon raised its security level at all U.S. military bases over the threat from Islamic State terrorists.

Although the military will not say if the threat condition was raised due to a specific warning or piece of intelligence, the fact that all U.S. 265 more words

Propaganda, Fraud, And Outright Lies

Latin American Countries Want to Remove All US Military Bases


Leaders from the United States, Canada and Latin America are gathering April 10-11 at the 7th Summit of the Americas to be held in Panama City, Panama, to talk about a variety of issues affecting the Western Hemisphere, including Cuba’s relationship with the United States as both countries thaw out of a decades-long diplomatic freeze. 313 more words

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Endless War

From Cologne No. 10 For Men:

“Wilfred decided to walk back to the perimeter. He walked down a hill on the dusty road past bunkers and tents and gazed at a similar sight across the little valley in front of him. 935 more words

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Madalas na mga tanong hinggil sa China at US

  1. Bakit ba kayo tutol sa presensyang militar ng US? Hindi ba sila makakatulong laban sa panghihimasok  ng China?

Tutol tayo sa presensyang militar ng US dahil labag ito sa soberanya natin, magdudulot ito ng maraming problema, at porma ito ng panghihimasok ito sa ating bansa at tanda ng hindi pantay na relasyon. 673 more words

pchan_august reblogged this on Random Thoughts and commented:

FAQs on why we, leftist activists, consistently oppose U.S. "military" presence in the Philippines and Asia-Pacific.

"Sa pag-unlad ng ekonomya, magkakaroon tayo ng barko at iba pang gamit para depensahan an gating teritoryo. Magagawa lang ito kung tunay na independiente tayo. Hangga’t umaasa tayo sa mga dayuhang kapangyarihan tulad ng US, mananatili tayong mahina. Estratehiya yan kasi ng US, yung panatiliin tayong nakaasa para madali nila tayong nadidiktahan. [Kailangang] kumawala tayo sa anumang dayuhang dikta, mula sa China man o sa Amerika."

Open Fire and Open Markets: The Asia-Pacific Pivot and Trans-Pacific Partnership

Excellent, concise analysis of the link between the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the U.S. military’s Asia-Pacific Pivot, published by our colleagues at Foreign Policy in Focus. The author is the always right-on Christine Ahn, who in addition to her attributions listed below is a Peace Action Advisory Board member. 1,288 more words

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