Read, see, and watch CODEPINK actions to stop the US occupation of Iraq, from the halls of Congress to the streets of cities around the world!
Looks like fun!I miss you all,jim
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Scott Malensek pens:What is the “peace movement” doing wrong? * It failed to prevent the war in Afghanistan. * It failed to prevent the war in Iraq. * It failed to change power in the executive branch. * It failed to end the war in Iraq. * It was duped by Democrats in 2006 who promised “A New Direction In Iraq” without ever having even formed a committee to brainstorm ideas until 2 months after being elected. * It failed to prevent The Surge offensive. * It failed to stop cannibals in the Congo [and was silent while 4-6million died as UN peacekeepers raped and sold children en masse]. * It failed to stop the bloodshed in Darfur. * It speaks out against the efforts (war) of US forces to protect people from terror. * It speaks the same rhetoric as the enemy’s propaganda. It is silent in response to terrorist attacks. * It is openly embraced by Islamic holy warriors.What is the “peace movement” doing wrong?In late 2002 through early 2003, millions and millions of people took to the streets around the world and protested against further military attack on Iraq. They failed to prevent the invasion and removal of Saddam Hussein. Post war investigations and even interviews with many senior level regime leaders (as well as with his interrogator) 027.jpgshow that Saddam never believed the U.S. would have the will to go against the world’s anti-war movement. At most, he expected another Operation Desert Fox, and it wasn’t until the last few weeks or days that he finally recognized that the invasion was going to happen. What do you think might have happened if millions of people took to the streets and-instead of trying to deter action (as Saddam believed would be successful)…what if those millions had protested in demand that Saddam answer Blix’ 129pgs of “Unresolved Disarmament Issues”? Could the “Peace Movement” have better achieved peace by protesting against Saddam rather than against those who would later remove the dictator? Would the Peace Movement be more effective if it protested against dictators, warlords, etc rather than representative governments?Read more... (I dare ya and double dog dare ya)
This is really funny because none of you realize how ashamed you make the rest of this nation. I am ashamed to wear pink because now I could be mistaken for one of the degenerates from the Code Pink organization.How dare any of you make comments regarding the miltary that protects your freedom to do what you do. Maybe Code Pink should go to Iran or Afghanistan and see how the women are treated. Oh yea, women are treated like cattle. Can't wear your pink then.This organization disgusts me.I cannot wait to go and protest against Code Pink, it will be so much fun.God Bless America.
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