[act-ma] BOSTON NO WAR ON SYRIA PROTEST SAT, JULY 20, 1 PM, PARK ST.
marilynl at alumni.neu.edu
Wed Jul 17 10:35:32 PDT 2013
We will be distributing flyers at Ruggles Station on Thurs, July 11, 4-5:30
pm. Please join us.
Please forward widely.
Stop U.S. War & all forms of intervention against Syria!
Self-determination free from outside intervention
for the Syrian people!
Saturday, July 20, Park St., 1:00 pm
The White House's announcement that it would begin openly supplying arms to
the opposition in Syria and is considering a "no fly" zone over Syria is a
dramatic escalation of ongoing U.S. involvement in war against that country.
The U.S. has been training opposition forces and coordinating operations
coming from neighboring countries. Israel, the largest recipient of U.S.
military aid, bombed Syria, and other close U.S. allies supplying weapons
are police-state monarchies Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Just as the false claim of "weapons of mass destruction" was used as
justification for the invasion and occupation of Iraq, the unproved
allegations that chemical weapons were used by the Syrian military mask the
real motives of Washington and its allies. Their aim, as in Iraq, is to
carry out "regime change," as part of the drive to dominate this oil-rich
and strategic region.
While the U.S. government cuts basic services and has eliminated hundreds of
thousands of public sector workers jobs it finds unlimited billions
available for wars of aggression and NSA surveillance of every American.
National Days of Action to Oppose U.S. War on Syria
No more wars - U.S. out of the Middle East!
Fund people's needs, not the military!
United National Antiwar Coalition, United for Justice with Peace,
International Action Center, ANSWER
Veterans For Peace-Smedley Butler Brigade, Committee for Peace and Human
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