our boys in the Gulf! Bring them home NOW!
from Belfast antiwar protest.
for a verdict on the pyrrhic 'victory' in Iraq.
An indictment of the lies of the war party from senator robert
C. Byrd (west Virginia)
for a former U.S. special forces soldier's thoughts on the bravado and
machismo of the chickenhawk armchair bombardier, George w. bush.
Keep up to date with the
lies, distortion and spin of the War Party. Bookmark Antiwar.com
Against World Empire.
war for perpetual peace:
wars of empire!
Attitudes in Ulster to the US-led war on Iraq were very
interesting. Paradoxically, the political leaders of a movement that
launched a war here in Ulster – the Provisional Republican Movement - came out
in opposition to Bush and Blair’s war. Oh
joy over sinners repenting? Even more paradoxically; the DUP, elements of the
UUP and even the PUP came out in support of the declared war aims of Bush and
Blair. [Reado on. Follow
Bush's sinister advisor
Many of U.S. president George W Bush’s closest advisors are
determined that there will be war against Iraq. One of the leading members of
this cabal of neo-conservative ‘chickenhawks’ is Paul Wolfowitz. Mr Wolfowitz has given his name to the Wolfowitz
Doctrine which argues that America's political and military mission
should ensure that no rival political power is ever allowed to emerge anywhere
in the world. [Read on. Follow this
Patriots for Peace
- some thoughts on the coming war with Iraq
For an American patriotic alternative to the
usual stuff coming from the leftist wing of the anti-war movement read this terrific
article from Justin Raimondo in Mother Jones magazine. It's timely stuff as the drums
beat for war with Iraq. In whose interest is this war to be waged.
article by Pat Buchanan.
Catalyst for Chaos
ANYONE IN Ulster with digital
television can watch a fascinating programme on the CNBC news channel early on
Saturday mornings. Editorial Board brings together editors,
commentators and columnists from the neo-conservative Wall Street Journal
- the most influential voice of America’s war party. [Read on. Follow this
Nice II - Euro-bullies buy
In June 2001, the Irish electorate struck a magnificent blow for freedom by
voting against the implementation of the flawed Treaty of Nice. None of the
other EU member states bothered to put it to a popular vote. Éire had to
because the 1937 Constitution requires it. The shockwaves were heard all over Europe. Overnight, Éire became the bad
boy of the EU. Ahern and Cowen apologised to their fellow members of the
Euro-elite and promised to sort matters out. Democracy was so inconvenient!
[Read on. Follow this link].
For another point of view on the Nice II referendum from
a British Conservative MEP, follow this
Pim Fortyn - Press incitement to
The sharp rise in the vote for
national-populist parties throughout Europe indicates a strong sense of
dissatisfaction with the concept of ‘multi-culturalism’ and multi-nation
states among significant sections of the indigenous host societies.
As we have already seen over the past four decades, multi-cultural
societies become a battleground where competing communities strive to advance
their interests and the governing elite becomes concerned with buying off
immigrant and ‘minority ethnic’ communities in return for their electoral
support. The future of such divided
societies looks bleak. [Read on.
Follow this link].
In 2001, Governor Roy Barnes of Georgia
engineered a secret deal to change the State’s flag despite its overwhelming
popularity with the majority of Georgians who take a pride in their Southern
culture and heritage. This came shortly after South Carolina, under threats of
economic boycotts, recently took down a Confederate Flag from its State Capitol
building. [Read on. Follow this