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3 votes

Iran War Drums Beating

The war drums are beating and beating hard against Iran right now. This rather silly plot, supposedly a version of state sponsored terrorism of Iran, makes little sense.

It seems this guy may have been making up a lot of this plot in order to make money. But make no mistake, this is classic war propaganda. They're hanging the leadership of Iran as guilty, without any facts or conviction. They want to HANG IRAN BEFORE we have proof.

1 vote

Texas newspaper online-poll on ending the wars.

The Daily Sentinel is a major East Texas newspaper.

It now has an online poll on wether the US should:
1) Continue the war "Finish what we started".
2) Focus on Domestic issues.

obviously we need as many people to VOTE on "domestic issues".

the poll in on the upper right side of the web page.

Lets change some people minds on how the value of militarism.

HERE IS THE SITE: http://dailysentinel.com/

SPREAD THE WORD!!

0 votes

Texas Newspaper poll on ending the war.

The Daily Sentinel is a major East Texas newspaper.

It now has an online poll on wether the US should:
1) Continue the war "Finish what we started".
2) Focus on Domestic issues.

obviously we need as many people to VOTE on "domestic issues".

the poll in on the upper right side of the web page.

Lets change some people minds on how the value of militarism.

HERE IS THE SITE: http://dailysentinel.com/

SPREAD THE WORD!!

4 votes

Positive article: "Ron Paul makes sense on foreign policy"

"Ron Paul makes sense on foreign policy"

"Ron Paul is pointing out this fact. He is a doctor trying to cure a disease, not using Band-Aids on gunshot wounds. Denying truth is not only unreasonable, but also un-American."

http://chronicle.augusta.com/opinion/letters/2011-10-03/ron-...

0 votes

HUNTER: Ron Paul's Foreign Policy Would Make America More Safe

In tonight’s war of words toward the end of the debate over whose foreign policy would make us more safe — Ron Paul’s or Rick Santorum’s — the verdict is clear.

George W. Bush made us less safe. Barack Obama makes us less safe.

Santorum has promised to follow the nearly identical foreign policy of both Bush and Obama.

Santorum would make us less safe.

Bush-era Republicans like Santorum have learned nothing in the last decade.

Read More:
http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2011/09/12/ron-pauls-foreign-poli...

0 votes

War–The Fiscal Stimulus of Last Resort

September 9, 2011

“War! Good God, y'all. What is it good for? Absolutely nothin’!”

2 votes

9/11 a Very Sad Day Indeed

On 9/11's anniversary, firstly and most importantly, I mourn the American lives lost that day.

But I also wonder will history mourn the millions of other lives that were taken using it as a justification for war? Will we finally wake up and realize our overseas intervention was the CAUSE of 9/11 and that our wars make us LESS safe as we continue to spend American lives and money? Sad sad day.

As to what happen that day, I have no conspiracy theory. I just simply know I am being lied to.

0 votes

Contrasting Obama’s Anti-War Platform and Dr. Ron Paul’s Platform of Nonintervention

I find it amusing the similarities between Obama’s “Change” platform that won him the presidency versus Ron Paul’s noninterventionist ideology, and how they garner very different responses. The popular “Anti-War” platform, not dissimilar to George Bush Jr.’s winning platform in 2000, has been used for years. Presidential candidates often speak of a humble foreign policy and peaceful trade; they rally the people together on the notion of peace and ride the waves of praise all the way into the White House.

0 votes

Ron Paul: World Worse Off 10 Years After September 11

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul thinks that the United States doesn't understand terrorism and that the country is worse off than before than the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon.

"We've made things much worse," Paul said on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" Wednesday.

Paul is a known opponent of war; he voted against both Iraq wars and the war in Kosovo.

"Before we invaded Iraq, the Iraqis had never committed any acts of suicide terrorism. By 2007, they were committing over 300 acts of terrorism against Americans or allies of Americans," he said.

0 votes

Why Do Some Progressives Support Ron Paul, Even Though He Is Anti-Woman, Anti-Civil Rights, and Anti-Equality?

Has anyone seen this article posted on Alternet....the article is entitled

"Why Do Some Progressives Support Ron Paul, Even Though He Is Anti-Woman, Anti-Civil Rights, and Anti-Equality?"

http://www.alternet.org/story/152217/why_do_some_progressive...

I'm shocked...Alternet is no better than the controlled mainstream media. They will criticize anyone who is not a progressive...Ron Paul is anti-women? anti-civil rights? are they serious??? Is this a joke?

22 votes

About America's War on Terror - From an Iraqi family's point of view

Stumbled on this video while and did not see it posted here.

This young lady gives a scathing account of life in Iraq as a consequence of American intervention.

http://youtu.be/6vHRM1wBC2Q

0 votes

Adam Vs the MAn cancelled by the FEC for endorsing Ron Paul

First time posting to the main page. I saw this and thought gee, an anchor is being removed from television for endorsing Ron Raul. Maybe we could write the FEC and get them to kick CNN anchors off the air that mindlessly try to pick a frontrunner in this election so the public doesn't have to.

15 votes

Christianity and War

by Laurence M. Vance | Via LewRockwell.com

This talk was given on August 20 at the Florida Liberty Summit 2011 in Orlando, Florida.

Thank you Campaign for Liberty for the opportunity to speak about a subject I feel so passionate about. I would like to speak to you today about Christianity and War. Although I am a Bible-believing Christian and a theological and cultural conservative, I write extensively about the biblical, economic, and political fallacies of religious people, and especially on the topic of Christianity and war. This is a subject where ignorance abounds in both pulpit and pew, and most of it willful ignorance. This is a subject that exposes Bible scholars as Bible illiterates. This is a subject that turns Christians into disgraceful apologists of the state, its leaders, its military, and its wars. This is a subject that reveals pro-life Christians to be two-faced supporters of wholesale murder.

If there is any group of people that should be opposed to war, torture, militarism, the warfare state, state worship, suppression of civil liberties, an imperial presidency, blind nationalism, government propaganda, and an aggressive foreign policy it is Christians, and especially conservative, evangelical, and fundamentalist Christians who claim to strictly follow the dictates of Scripture and worship the Prince of Peace. It is indeed strange that Christian people should be so accepting of war. War is the greatest suppressor of civil liberties. War is the greatest destroyer of religion, morality, and decency. War is the greatest creator of fertile ground for genocides and atrocities. War is the greatest destroyer of families and young lives. War is the greatest creator of famine, disease, and homelessness. War is the health of the state.

But modern-day Christianity is in a sad state. There is an unholy desire on the part of a great many Christians to legitimize killing in war. There persists the idea among too many Christians that mass killing in war is acceptable, but the killing of one’s neighbor violates the sixth commandment’s prohibition against killing. Christians who wouldn’t think of using the Lord’s name in vain blaspheme God when they make ridiculous statements like "God is pro-war." Christians who try never to lie do so with boldness when they claim they are pro-life, but refuse to extend their pro-life sentiments to foreigners already out of the womb. Christians who abhor idols are guilty of idolatry when they say that we should follow the latest dictates of the state because we should always "obey the powers that be." Christians who venerate the Bible handle the word of God deceitfully when they quote Scripture to defend the latest U.S. military action. Christians who claim to be dispensationalists wrongly divide the word of truth when they appeal to the Old Testament to justify U.S. government wars. Christians who claim to have the mind of Christ show that they have lost their mind when they want the full force of government to protect a stem cell, but have no conscience about U.S. soldiers killing for the government.

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