Tag Archive: Syria

Apr 15

Syria – “The United States is not in Control”: An Interview with Vijay Prashad

April 15, 2018 – We speak with Vijay Prashad, who provides insightful analysis of the situation in Syria and the aerial bombing of Damascus by the US. The US’ claims, which were used to justify the bombing, of attacking Syrian chemical weapons facilities make little sense. If the US knew of such facilities, the information should have …

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Sep 07

People Across The Spectrum Are Joining To Stop War On Syria And It’s Having An Effect

Srptember 6, 2013 By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Originally published in Alternet The Public Has Never Stopped a President from Going to War Before, But That Might Be About to Change with Syria Take part in a historic moment—stop a war! Last week we wrote about what you could do to stop the war …

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Aug 31

Americans Don’t Want A War in Syria—And They’re Working Hard to Prevent One

Aug. 29, 2013 By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Originally published in Alternet A few days ago it looked like the United States would be bombing Syria by now. The more pressure we can put on the Obama administration, the better. While there is a lot going on, this week our primary focus is on …

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Aug 30

Starting an Illegal War: Obama’s Impeachment Trap

By KEVIN ZEESE Counterpunch, August 30, 2013 The irony of the Obama presidency may hinge on whether he attacks Syria.  He began his presidency prematurely winning the Nobel Peace Prize and could end it being impeached for starting an illegal war without congressional or UN approval – violating both domestic and international law. Yesterday 163 Members …

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