U.S. Congresswoman: CIA Must Stop War to Overthrow Assad
Tulsi Gabbard - a Democrat from Hawaii and member of the Armed Services Committee - demonstrates great knowledge and courage to go against the grain in the US and explain the Syria situation along with Russian and US roles the way it is.
President Obama commits an aggressive Act of War
President Obama is sending troops into Syria. This deployment has neither the approval of the Syrian government nor approval from Congress as required by the U.S. Constitution. The deployment is unconstitutional and an aggressive act of war. The U.S. also has no authority from the United Nations Security Council to invade Syria and thus is committing a war crime which is considered a "grave breach" of international law". Following World War II Japanese and German leaders were hanged for such grave breaches.
Where are the antiwar protestors?
Canada Needs 'Reset of Relations' With Russia - Green Party Candidate
“We need to scale down the Cold War rhetoric with Russia… Russia's assistance will be necessary in dealing with global terrorism. We should reboot our relationship with the Russians,” Adam Smith, Green Party candidate in the upcoming elections, told Sputnik. For that matter, so does the U.S. and NATO. Click this link for the full article.
Dr. Margaret Flowers Arrested for Speaking Out at Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing
"Dr. Margaret Flowers - seeking the Green Party nomination for United States Senate from Maryland - was arrested this morning while attending a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing at the U.S. Capitol. She was at the Capitol to demand an independent investigation of the U.S. bombing of the Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan that killed at least twelve staff members and seven patients, including three children. 37 people were injured." For full details on her arrest read this press release.
War is not the answer
The undeclared war in Afghanistan is the longest war in the history of our nation. Since 2003 the United States and its allies have started new wars in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and the Ukraine killing tens of thousands of innocent civilians and creating millions of refugees.