Day of / Day After Protests When the US Starts Bombing Iraq

IN THE EVENT of U.S. bombing of Iraq, choose the best protest location in your city/town, and call on people to go there at 5:00 pm the day of the attack, or, in the case of an evening attack, the next day at 5:00 pm.

Post your event on Facebook.
Post your event at worldcantwait.net.

Remembering the Victims: #NATOvictims

Above, one of the victims of US drones in Pakistan.

We are inviting people everywhere to contribute the names of victims of NATO violence, using the hashtag #NATOvictims. We will recite the names as part of a Memorial for the Victims of US/NATO Wars on May 21, the second day of the NATO Summit. Stay tuned for more details of the event -- to be released shortly.

Here are some examples of the kinds of stories we want to focus on and draw attention to - as the war criminals with NATO meet behind locked doors, we will commemorate their victims and pledge that their humanity will never be forgotten.

MASSACRE OF EL-HAMEDI FAMILY
Contact the Khaleda Org. Nato killed his 3 sons and Pregnat wife, he is fighting 4 all children killed by Nato
via @GetOutNATO

Extremely graphic footage: Libyan children killed by NATO bombs
via @GetOutNATO

Afghan Refugee Children Perish in Harsh Winter #AfghanistanTuesday
via Come Home America 

While the data from the survey is still being compiled, she said, Ms. Bara expects the number of children under 5 who died to total 120. “I would say 100 of them for sure were due to cold weather — despite our help,” she said. “Nobody saw it coming.” That worked out to a mortality rate of 2.5 per 10,000 children per day, establishing it as a full-fledged humanitarian disaster, she said.
via Al Jazeera

Why we must name all drone attack victims
via Chris Woods @tbij

NATO Admits Killing Afghan Mother, 5 Children in Air Strike
via Common Dreams

Turkey's Attack on Civilians Tied to U.S. Military Drone
via Wall Street Journal

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