Archive for February, 2011

Protest Links Afghan War, City Budget Cuts

See the report here.

February 23, 2011 No Comments Full Story

US Peace Council Statement on Egypt: Victory Achieved, but the Struggle Against Imperialism Continues

US Peace Council Statement on Egypt: Victory Achieved, but the Struggle Against Imperialism Continues

February 12, 2011 — On February 11, 2011, the heroic and united people of Egypt spearheaded by the deeply disenchanted youth of that country — dealt a serious blow to the interests and policies of the imperialist powers, especially that of the United States, in Africa and the Middle East. With this victory, Hosni Mubarak joined the rest of the deposed imperialist puppets, in the dustbin of history. The US Peace Council congratulates the people of Egypt for this tremendous victory and expr

February 19, 2011 No Comments Full Story

Connecticut: in Solidarity with the People of Egypt

Connecticut: in Solidarity with the People of Egypt

February 5, 2011 No Comments Full Story

Palestine: Our Responsibility is to Support International Law and UN Resolutions

Palestine: Our Responsibility is to Support International Law and UN Resolutions

Henry Lowendorf — New Haven Peace Council — The discussion regarding what sort of Middle East outcome the U.S. Peace Council, World Peace council and the world progressive movements have historically supported has often lacked historical accuracy. This discussion has often also, in my view, not done justice to reality but rather has been full of idealism and wishful thinking. Does the majority of the Palestinian people, the working class, now say that a two-state solution is the wrong

February 5, 2011 No Comments Full Story

Statement of the World Peace Council in Solidarity with the Egyptian People

Statement of the World Peace Council in Solidarity with the Egyptian People

The WPC salutes the masses of Egyptian people who are bravely demonstrating since ten days in the Cairo Tahrir Square and other important cities of Egypt, for their right to determine their fortunes in a free, democratic country against any kind of oppression and decide upon the regime of their country based on the interests of the working people and the poor. We strongly condemn the recent acts of armed attacks against the peaceful demonstrators in the Tahrir square, with hundreds of injured an

February 4, 2011 No Comments Full Story

 

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