Irish Anti War Movement

John Pilger - Warmongers of the world, unite

Warmongers of the world, unite

John Pilger |Published 04 May 2010

Is there any difference between Australia’s leaders and the three front-runners in Britain’s election when it comes to attitudes to war?

Staring at the vast military history section of the airport shop, I had a choice: the derring-do of psychopaths or scholarly tomes with their illicit devotion to the cult of organised killing. There was nothing I recognised from reporting war. Nothing on the spectacle of children's limbs hanging in trees and nothing on the burden of shit in your trousers. War is a good read. War is fun. More war, please.

TOXIC SHOCK-and-AWE: The Poisoned Roots and Poisoned Fruits of War

04/05/2010 - 19:30
04/05/2010 - 21:00

Public MeetingBuswells Hotel (23-25 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2)
Tuesday, 4 May 2010 | 7.30pm - 9.00pm

UK ordered to pay $650 Million to Iran

alJazeera Magazine

UK ordered to pay $650 Million to Iran

The Story of Stuff

 

The Story of Stuff: the real reason behind America's wars

It doesn't mention war but this short film The Story of Stuff tells you the real reasons why the US is in Iraq and Afghanistan and why we live in the age of endless wars.

 Source: Stop the War Coalition

Video by Annie Leonard | The Story of Stuff | 13 April 2010 

 

 

Arrest epic war criminal Tony Blair now

Arrest epic war criminal Tony Blair now

Tony Blair is complicit in crimes which are punishable under the United Nations Charter, the 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, the Nuremberg Principles, Article 146 of the 1949 Geneva Convention and Article 3 of the 1907 Hague Convention. Why is he still at large to roam the world earning tens of millions on the back of these crimes?
By Professor Shad Saleem Farudi | The Star | 24 April 2010

IT IS distressing to note that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been invited to Malaysia as an honoured guest of an NGO when he stands accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity by many learned and independent scholars of international law.

The case against him looks rock solid, especially after his confession to the BBC and the Chilcot Inquiry that he would have gone to war to topple Saddam Hussein regardless of the issue of Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction.

Indictments around the world:

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