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Fight for an Anti-War Government


USMLO is putting forward for discussion the following proposal for the program for an anti-war government:

1) Outlaw any and all U.S. involvement in wars of aggression and the use of force in settling conflicts between nations and peoples;

2) No U.S. Troops Abroad;

3) Cancel the Debts of all the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America;

4) Pay Reparations Now for all the crimes of slavery and all crimes of the U.S. government, present and past; and

5) End all support for Israel and act to end the occupation of Palestine now, beginning with withdrawal to the 1967 borders.


All Out Against Aggressive Wars

February 9, 2010

Obama’s First Year in Office
Grave Injustice of Guantánamo, Bagram, Secret Detention Remain
Obama Indefinitely Holding 50 Guantánamo Detainees
UN Report Blasts U.S. Over Rendition & Secret Detention Camps
Excerpts from the United Nations Report Denouncing Rendition and Secret Detention
CCR Asks Supreme Court to Give Canadian Rendition Victim Maher Arar His Day in Court

February 1, 2010

NYC: “Stand With Haiti” Marchers Show Solidarity Haitians Organizing Food Distribution
UNICEF Decries Trafficking of Haitian Children
Cuba will Remain in Haiti for as Long as Needed “Cuba for Haiti” Campaign Launched
ALBA Agrees to Send Aid for Reconstruction
South Florida Mobilizes Earthquake Relief

January 21, 2010

Guantánamo is Unjust and Illegal
Close Guantánamo Now! No Super-Jail in the U.S.
42 Arrested at U.S. Capitol in Day of Action to Denounce Obama’s Broken Promises on Guantánamo

Obama's Broken Promises, America's Broken Laws, Lives Broken by Torture
U.S. Prepares Guantánamo for Detaining Thousands of Haitians

No to the “Super-Jail” and Government Impunity!
Washington DC: Upcoming Events Against War and Torture

January 15, 2010

Earthquake in Haiti
Support and Defend the Haitian People! No to Use of Military Force!
Massive U.S. Military Response to Haiti
Grant Temporary Protected Status for Haitian Refugees
Systemic Roots to Disasters in Haiti and New Orleans
Ten Things the U.S. Can and Should Do for Haiti Give Billions in Bankers’ Bonus Money to Haiti
Immediate Internationalist Assistance from Cuba, Venezuela and Other Countries from Latin America and the Caribbean
U.S. Media Refuse to Report Cuba’s Contributions in Haiti The Lesson of Haiti

January 4, 2010

2009 Antiwar Movement in Review
All Out to End U.S. Aggressive Wars Now

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