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No War on Iran - Feb. 4 Fliers

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Flier: Occupy Wall St. and Everywhere to End US Wars for Empire

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Occupy Wall St. and Everywhere to Stop U.S. Wars for Empire!

"YOUR GOVERNMENT enforces a culture of greed, bigotry, intolerance and ignorance"
-from the Call to Drive Out the Bush Regime (2005).

Tens of thousands of people in the U.S., taking the lead from millions in the Middle East, are “occupying” public spaces, seeking change in the world as it is, standing up to authority, power, and blowing the ceiling off expectations that the vast disparity in global income “has to” be as it is. We’ve got to spread these occupations!

Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of U.S. military, support staff and private contractors are “occupying” two countries in the Middle East, in a mission to enforce, with a vengeance, U.S. domination over the region, employing night raids, torture, and terror towards the civilian population. We’ve got to end those occupations!

U.S. OCCUPATIONS, bombs, and secret operations have wreaked havoc in the Middle East since 2001, sold to the public on the basis of being in the “United States’ national interest.” As just one example of the type of war being fought, in 2010 it was revealed the 5th Stryker Brigade’s “Kill Team” went on a shooting spree, hunting down and murdering unarmed Afghan civilians at random and mutilating corpses for fun. U.S. / NATO bombing raids kill even more civilians this year than last. The U.S. detains hundreds in Bagram prison in Afghanistan, without charges, lawyers, or rights… and Guantánamo remains open, in spite of Obama’s declaration almost three years ago that he would close it as a stain on America’s conscience.

THE U.S. OCCUPATION of Iraq caused the worst humanitarian crisis of our time: over 4.1 million refugees over the last 8 years; 1.2 million killed; the wholesale destruction of the infrastructure, agriculture, electrical, and educational systems. Still in Iraq are 50,000 troops re-branded from “combat” to “advisers” and tens of thousands of private mercenaries at 17 permanent bases. The very soonest the troops could be pulled out of Afghanistan isn’t until 2024, according to the Obama administration’s pact with Karzai.

OBAMA HAS INCREASED unmanned drone attacks and secret operations in Pakistan and Yemen, killing hundreds of civilians. The administration of the Nobel Peace Laureate continues to support repressive regimes in Yemen and Bahrain, against the demands of their people, but mounted a $1 billion bombing and secret operation in Libya, under cover of “humanitarianism” and with the collusion of the former colonial powers France and Britain, using the same weapons that could be used in an often-threatened attack on Iran. It’s an outrage that this government spent $2 trillion on military aggression, more than all the other countries combined while, officially, one in seven, live in poverty and the richest 1% increased their income during this recession.

Homelessness, criminal lack of healthcare, and 2.4 million poor people imprisoned are the “American way” as much as U.S. domination of other countries and the wanton exploitation of the earth’s resources. But, if the richest country in the world provided jobs, education, healthcare for all the people living here, would it be OK to kill people indiscriminately and in protracted occupations for empire?

It is right and just to occupy town squares across the country to declare we are the 99% who are NOT represented by this government and the culture of greed that surrounds us. Find an occupation near you at and raise your voice in resistance against the most powerful empire in world history – and do it for the people of the world!

The future is unwritten. Which one we get is up to us.

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Palm Cards: The unjust, immoral occupation of Afghanistan must end!

Because of our donors and sustainers 10,000 of these powerful cards have been printed to promote protest on the tenth anniversary of the invasion of Afghanistan. The QR code embedded in the design will link readers with cell phones directly to information and resources about the reality of this unjust occupation. Our all-volunteer National Office is sending them out to organizers around the country. Sustain World Can’t Wait and help materials like this continue to be produced.

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Poster: Our Grief Was Not a Cry for War

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Our Grief Was Not a Cry for War Stop the Crimes of Your Government

Flier: Are the U.S. Wars on the Middle East wrong because they cost so much?

The Wars are Wrong These wars are unjust

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Are the U.S. Wars on the Middle East wrong because they cost so much?
Or are they just wrong, immoral, unjust, and against  humanity's interests?


Why Did We Go Into Iraq in the First Place?

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IN THE AFTERMATH OF 9/11, Bush and Cheney said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. This was a lie. The real reasons are complex and have a history going back decades. But when we look at the history of the war, the facts about oil production by the U.S. and Europe, how the oil-rich region of the Persian gulf is as a whole being targeted – it is fairly simple to see that the U.S. interests in this region of the world are not for self-defense but for oil. In other words, 9/11 had very little to do with the reality of why this war started and goes on and on and on.



A Hated Dictator is Gone - Flier Versions

Flier versions of this statement: Our government must stop supporting torture & repression in Egypt!

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Mubarak is GONE


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Bush, Now Obama: “Anti-War Protests are a Form of Terrorism”

Stop FBI Repression Against the Anti-War Movement

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Your Government is Criminalizing Dissent. This Must Not Stand.

In September 2008, activists in Minneapolis/St. Paul preparing peaceful protests against the GOP’s National Convention are pre-emptively arrested by the FBI and charged as terrorists.

In June 2009, the DoD is caught red-handed instructing all of its personnel that any legal, non-violent protests are “low-level terrorism.”


Main Take Action Materials in English


World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.