Pop art and popular struggle in Palestine

Avatars protest Israeli occupation in Bil’in
by Leslie Dreyer, Art Threat, March 4, 2010
Protesters against the Israeli occupation of Palestine and the West Bank barrier wall take a more theatrical approach in Bil’in. On February 12, 5 Israeli, Palestinian and international demonstrators dressed as James Cameron-style Avatars marched towards the barrier, which has absorbed approximately 60% […]

America’s remote-controlled killing fields

Towards America’s Electronic, Troop-less Wars
Future U.S Wars will involve Massive Use of Drones

A RQ-1 Predator from the 46th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron lands at Tallil Air Base, Iraq on Jan. 20, 2004. (UPI Photo/Suzanne M. Jenkins/AFIE)
by Prof. Marc W. Herold, Global Research, March 1, 2010
Future U.S wars in the Third World will involve massive use […]

Haiti and the Aid Racket

By Ashley Smith, Counterpunch, Feb. 24, 2010
It’s now more than a month since the earthquake that laid waste to Port-au-Prince, killing more than 200,000 people and thrusting millions of people into the most desperate conditions.
But according to the U.S. government, Haitians have a lot to be thankful for.
On February 12, the U.S. Ambassador to Haiti […]

Chossudovsky: US will start WW3 by attacking Iran

By Russia Today, Feb. 19, 2010
A UN nuclear watchdog report suggests Iran could be developing a nuclear bomb, apparently confirming long-held suspicions in the West. But Tehran denies the claims, again insisting that its atomic intentions are peaceful. Michel Chossudovsky, who’s from an independent Canadian policy research group, believes that what Iran says hardly matters, […]

No Olympic Truce in Marjah

By the Canadian Peace Alliance, Feb. 19, 2010
While our Prime Minister talks about the the “Olympic Truce”, a symbolic suspension of war during the winter games, the people of Afghanistan are facing a new wave of violence.
The official website for the 2010 Winter Olympics claims that “Vancouver 2010 aims to pursue the Olympic Truce goals […]

Justice for Abousfian Abdelrazik

Project Fly Home has launched a campaign on behalf of Abousfian Abdelrazik, the Sudanese-Canadian man who was wrongly imprisoned and tortured in Sudan in 2003 and prevented by the Canadian government from returning to Canada until last year.
Documents obtained by his supporters under the Privacy Act implicate the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) in his […]