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Photos of Victims of US Drone Wars in Pakistan and Yemen

World Can't Wait | April 17, 2014

Click the images to download 11" x 17" versions of the images below to hold at protests, and help bring to life the human stories behind the statistics. There are not many photos of the drone victims available for a number of reasons. Most of these drone attacks take place in remote locations. People living in these areas often don't have many photos of loved ones they can readily share after they have been killed. Maybe worst of all, journalists and rescuers are often deterred from visiting recent drone attack sites by the possibility of a second "double tap" drone strike.

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Drones & Dirty Wars: Prelude to Drone Days of Action 2014

Wednesday April 2 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Eastern
Community Church 40 E. 35th Street, NYC

A live program & international webcast in support of the Spring Days of Action – 2014, a coordinated campaign in April and May to End Drone Killing, Drone Surveillance and Global Militarization.

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Spring Days of Action to End U.S. Drone Killing & Surveillance

A Coordinated Campaign April & May 2014

We live in a country whose government assassinates thousands with drones.

A spreading “war on terror” from Iraq and Afghanistan, to Yemen, Pakistan, Somalia, Libya, the Philippines and now Mali, is being conducted by the U.S. in violation of borders and international law. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has documented the deaths of hundreds of children by Hellfire missiles fired from American drones circling high in the sky.

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Get a Copy of Collateral Murder on DVD

The Leaked Footage Private Manning was Sent to Prison For

Collateral Murder is the military’s own video of 12 Iraqis being shot and killed from a U.S. helicopter circling above in 2007. It records the wanton slaughter of people walking down the street, as well a completely unwarranted attack on a vehicle with children in it.

No one has been charged in connection with these killings. However, Bradley (now known as Chelsea) Manning was sent to prison for 35 years for making this incriminating video public via Wikileaks. World Can’t Wait is distributing copies of this harrowing video so that many more people in the U.S. see what is being done in their names. Instructions on how to do public showings on the street are also available.

Request a DVD copy of Collateral Murder Collateral Murder (also includes the Afghanistan War Diary) at worldcantwait.net and show others what Bradley Manning wanted people to see.

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Collateral Murder DVD flier

World Can't Wait's Message for February 11: The Day We Fight Back (Flier)

Stop Surveillance flier

We in the US have a government that relies on terror and repression to maintain its rule, here and around the world. We live in a country whose government assassinates thousands with drones. Our government, driven by the relentless pursuit of profit, is plundering the earth, exploiting humanity, and imperiling our planet's very viability. This government tortures people while holding them indefinitely without trial and uses warrantless surveillance over all of us to try to identify those who might pose a threat to their agenda.

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Flier: Vast NSA Surveillance of Whole Populations Protects U.S. Dirty Wars. We Say NO MORE!

October 28, 2013

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MASS SURVEILLANCE on whole populations, chilling protest and dissent here is used by the U.S. government to enforce world-wide, systematic wars of aggression, unjust occupations, and “dirty” wars of targeted killing and secret ops.

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Flier: Stop 12 Years of U.S. War

October 2001: U.S. Invaded Afghanistan
No War on Syria
STOP 12 YEARS OF U.S. WAR

For twelve years, the US has made war on the people of Afghanistan, selling the war to us with the lie of ending "terrorism" and "protecting" people in Afghanistan from Islamic fundamentalism. The reality is that from the beginning the war in Afghanistan was a war for empire spreading U.S. domination of the Middle East.  Waged under the banner of the "war on terror," it has meant dire consequences for the people.

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Posters: No War With Syria!

Click the links below to download posters to print out and carry at protests against US threats of war on Syria. The 11 x 17" posters are in one piece: the 8.5 x 11" posters are in two pieces that can be taped together.

#NoWarWithSyria

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Obama's targets

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War is stil wrong

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Not another war

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No US Attack

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Congress can't make war crimes moral

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Flier: No U.S. Bombing of Syria

Updated September 9, 2013

Barack Obama is selling the planned US bombing of Syria as a “humanitarian” act in response to a chemical weapons attack on civilians.

Bombing Syria will kill more civilians and invite even more intervention and weapons into the country, making it more likely that the civil war could expand into an extremely dangerous regional conflagration.

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Flier: Support the Prisoners Hunger Strike — Close Guantanamo Now!

Gitmo Hunger StrikeUpdated May 7, 2013

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IN 2002, the Bush regime set up a primitive prison camp at a U.S. base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Several hundred men were subjected to “enhanced interrogation”, what the rest of the world calls torture. Most had been turned in for $5,000 cash bounties the U.S. paid, and had no connection to attacks on the U.S. 157 haven't ever been charged and 86 were cleared for release years ago.

Obama has the power to release the 86 cleared, but has not. Congress has legislated to block Guantanamo’s closure; federal courts have blocked prisoners’ rights to sue, and denied their petitions for habeas corpus. The few that have been charged will not be tried because the abuse and torture they suffered at government hands would be revealed.

Prisoners are desperately trying to get the world’s attention by refusing to eat, some of them since early February 2013. The hunger strike has grown to 130 men. The media is no longer ignoring it. Obama had to address it in a recent press conference. He said Guantanamo hurts America’s standing and doesn’t keep America safe and never mentioned the immense suffering these men have endured. Obama said he would need to go back to Congress with the issue.

166 men remain imprisoned at Guantananamo Bay.
157 haven’t been charged and 86 have been cleared for release.
May 17-19 Global Days of Action Mark 100 Days of Hunger Strike

The truth is that Obama could close Guantanamo today and doesn’t need Congress . The otherwise dangerous National Defense Authorization Act includes waiver provisions that give the Obama Administration the legal authority to transfer detainees from Guantánamo. Obama justified force feeding, a brutal procedure in which a tube is shoved into the nose and liquids are pumped down the throat while prisoners are strapped down in a chair. The United Nations Human Rights Commission, The World Medical Association, and the American Medical Association denounce force feeding as torture and/or unethical.

One thing is clear to people of conscience and that is Obama must close Guantanamo now! We must do what we can to create a political situation where Obama releases the cleared prisoners and closes Guantanamo. It was always wrong and no government should be able to do such things.

April Days of Action: Stop US Drone Warfare

 

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april drone actions flierAPRIL DAYS of ACTION – A Political Uprising to Stop Drone Spying & Killing

The Network for Stopping Drone Spying and Warfare plans April Days of Action 2013 to generate a public uprising across the United States to stop drone spying and drone warfare.

We urge you to select one or more of the days in April listed below to organize actions in your community to focus on the institutions which are part of the massive army of drones in the U.S. war on the world.   People around the U.S. are urged to learn more, speak out, and act in visible protest of: 

April 4 – 6: Drone Manufacturers  Identify and protest drone manufacturing facilities, using demonstrations, teach-ins and other actions calling for an end to drone attacks and an end to the manufacture of weaponized and surveillance drones. 
San Diego – April 4 – 7: protest at the plant of General Atomics, maker of the Predator and Reaper drones, the workhorses of drone killing.

April 16 - 18: Drone Research/Training  Identify colleges and universities in their regions doing drone research and/or training of drone pilots and to call for an end to research and training related to drone warfare. 

April 27 – 28: Drone Bases Protest at Air Force and National Guard bases which control the U.S. military drone program in their regions.
April 26-28 protest at the Reaper drones based at Hancock Air Base near Syracuse, NY.

URGENT: Conference calls for April organizing are now underway. Please contact Joe Scarry as soon as possible so that you can participate. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Want to be part of the drones protest action that's happening in state after state? Connect with other members of No Drones Network! People in areas across the country are making big plans for the April Days of Action to Stop the Drones!

Please provide contact info (including your locale) and a volunteer coordinator will contact you. More info at nodronesnetwork.blogspot.com.

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