An Open Letter from the U.S. Peace Council to All Our Friends and Comrades in the Peace Movement

Dear Friends and Comrades in Peace, As you are well aware, our world is at a critically dangerous juncture: the possibility of a military, potentially a nuclear, confrontation... Read more »

Ukraine: Are We Still Under the Spell of Cold War Propaganda?

U.S. Peace Council, February 11, 2015 — Today its [the military’s] task is to expand the “zones of democratic peace;” to deter the rise or a new great-power... Read more »

Statement of the Presidency of WPC on the Massacre in Odessa

On behalf of the Presidency of the World Peace Council, we repudiate with all of our forces the growing of military actions of the government of Ukraine against... Read more »

Statement of the WPC Regarding the Massacre of Odessa and the Developments in the Ukraine

The WPC denounces strongly the recent massacre of Odessa where reactionary fascist groups set on fire the locked Trade Union building of the city with hundreds of protesters... Read more »

U.S-Instigated Violent Coup Against Ukraine — Take Action to Expose the Lies!

|March 16, 2014| Once again the U.S. establishment is promoting another violent coup d’état as a democratic uprising. Troops are moving, planes are flying, ships are advancing, war... Read more »

We Must Prevent Imperialist Aggression Against Syria

By Socorro Gomes, President of World Peace Council (WPC) and Cebrapaz | August 30, 2013 | For more than two years, the United States, the United Kingdom, France,... Read more »

Syria: Another Western War Crime in the Making

By Craig Roberts | August 26, 2013 | Update August 29 The British Parliament has rejected British military intervention in Syria. The US puppet, Cameron, who serves as... Read more »

Lying About Syria, and the Lying Liars Who Lie About the Lying

By David Swanson | August 24, 2013| “U.S. prepares for possible retaliatory strike against Syria,” announces a Los Angeles Times headline, even though Syria has not attacked the United... Read more »
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