Category Archives: World War III

Air Power Infatuation (1967 All Over Again)

by Joe Scarry I’ve been thinking a lot about the new Miyazaki film – The Wind Rises – and the questions it raises for us about whether we can enjoy the thrill of new technology without being sucked into the evil things … Continue reading

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Happy Presidents’ Day: Part of the US Empire Atrocities Tour

by jay janson Eminent historian Prof. Noam Chomsky of M.I.T., various times voted world’s most famous intellectual in international polls, has said over and over again, without provoking much negative outcry, “If the Nuremberg laws were applied, then every post-war American president would … Continue reading

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When Will There Be A Demand For Nuremberg Principles Trial Of Americans For Genocide!

by Jay Janson “Iraq: “Devastating” Dossier Alleging British War Crimes Lodged with the International Criminal Court.” Americans reading this might be compelled to wonder when a headline will read: ‘Alleging US War Crimes.’ An accompanying thought might be ‘Damn! our … Continue reading

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Close the Drone Command Center at Horsham, PA

by Daniel Riehl The Pakistanis are asking us to stop our illegal drone attacks on their country.  They have staged mass protests in their major cities such as Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Quetta and others. But these strikes are not … Continue reading

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12 Years a Detainee

by Joe Scarry For the next three months, people will be talking about the film 12 Years a Slave and its Oscar prospects. And well they should. The film is about the experiences of the free man, Solomon Northrup, who was seized … Continue reading

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