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U.S & NATO: A Policy of Killing Innocent People to Spread Democracy! - Graphic Content

Two pieces of big news for our small organization:

1. TPF President Mark Manley is off to Chicago later this month to represent us at the anti-NATO counter-summit being held there; and

2. TPF shifts its focus to the increasingly indiscriminate use by the U.S. of its remote-controlled aerial drones; so the theme for the next peace vigil in Tulsa will be "Ground the Drones! UAVs kill civilians!!"

Of a piece with this indiscriminate drone warfare that kills civilians with every strike (making their use a war crime), is the U.S. Navy's targetting of civilians in coastal cities with their cruise missiles, as illustrated graphically in this clip.

(Thank you, Mark, for finding this power human interest story, the kind that we never see on the mainstream media in this country.)

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on May 9, 2012 at 1:31pm
Noam Chomsky: "My own concern is primarily the terror and violence carried out by my own state, for two reasons. For one thing, because it happens to be the larger component of international violence. But also for a much more important reason than that; namely, I can do something about it. So even if the U.S. was responsible for 2 percent of the violence in the world instead of the majority of it, it would be that 2 percent I would be primarily responsible for. And that is a simple ethical judgment. That is, the ethical value of one’s actions depends on their anticipated and predictable consequences. It is very easy to denounce the atrocities of someone else. That has about as much ethical value as denouncing atrocities that took place in the 18th century."



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