On Mon, 10 Mar 2003, Phil Gasper wrote:
> Using military technology to kill Iraqi civilians--I guess that's one
> interpretation of "science for the people". --PG
shit, i wanted to learn more about securely transferring my files over a
i'm aware that millions of people in the world oppose this war. which is
but who believes that the UN can or will save Iraq? I can't say I
And the growing global opposition to the Bush Administration and their
push for an acceleration of death on Iraq is not an opposition that loudly
oppose the victory over the Iraqi people that has already occurred.
troubles at the UN security council, general civilian unrest and even
resistance by US client-state Turkey are simply small setbacks when:
the US military has Iraq surrounded, the Bush administration has pushed
multilateral political institutions into for all practical purposes
completely disarming Iraq, and crippled the civilian infrastructure.
this is all alongside with more US troops being sent to the Phillipines
and Colombia and things heating up in North Korea. what's the silly slogan
by some "antiwar" Democratic political action committee -- "Win Without
War"? because that's what the Bush and the pro-empire Democrats have done
what's left and what we're arguing about is a nail in the coffin.