Demonstrations across the United States!
"Saturday, March 19, 2011, the anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, will be an international day of action against the war machine. Protest and resistance actions will take place in cities and towns across the United States. Scores of organizations are coming together. Demonstrations are scheduled for San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and more."
'Saturday, March 19, 2011: Resist the War Machine!';
'The Egyptian Uprising Is a Direct Response to Ruthless Global Capitalism';
Cost of War The time is approaching for Congress to decide if they will raise our debt ceiling. Of course Mr. Fed Bilderberg-Bernanke would like Congress to raise the debt but it's not really his place to say because the Fed is private. Mr. Treasury Bilderberg-Geithner says the US Treasury would be forced to default on its credit obligations without Congress raising the amount of money the treasury can borrow. It seems to me that ending the wars is a logical solution to this debt problem. Over 80% of the budget goes to four things; Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and Defense. Defense takes the biggest bite of all (nearly half when considering all military dollars, Veterans and additional budget for wars). Defense spending is nearly 5% of the GDP. GOV Inc should stop all wars! A staggering number of lives have been lost in these wars and the financial cost is incredible. One can only imagine the budget for chemtrails. It is certainly an unwanted financial, environmental and health cost! GOV Inc should eliminate the spending of our tax-dollars to poison us and it would likely save a fortune of health expense. For many of us, the true cost of war is measured in lives lost. Nearly 6,000 US service members have lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan Operations; Nineteen US soldiers died in the first fifteen days of this year. 'Iraq Body Count' has documented 99,632 – 108,782 Iraqi civilian deaths from violence. The number of civilians killed in Afghanistan was higher in 2010 than 2009. Records show 1271 civilians were killed in the first six months of 2010 and 565 were children; that is almost double the first six months of 2007 which was 684 total civilian deaths (UN report). There is no total for civilian deaths in Afghanistan but civilians killed as a result of the war are as follows; “* direct deaths: at least 11,443 - 14,240, * indirect deaths: 3,200 - 20,000, * direct & indirect deaths: 14,643 - 34,240” see 'Civilian casualties of the War in Afghanistan (2001–present)'. The illegal and unsanctioned drone attacks killed about 1,200 people in Pakistan last year.