War


FEEL THE NEED FOR $PEED? (FOR LIBYA)

feel the need for speed?
bomb, bomb Libya,
not like you worked us
over when you wanted to
bomb, bomb Afghanistan
bomb, bomb Iraq

feel the need for speed?
to make us forget
the crumbs you sweep
under the rug,
playing hide and seek
with our lives?

 

 

 

 


 

Through Libya's Eyes Without Corporate Media Lies

Thousands of Indians, Egyptians, Chinese, Filipinos, Turks, Germans, English, Italians, Malaysians, Koreans and a host of other nationalities are lining up at the borders and the airport to leave Libya. It begs the question: What were they doing in Libya in the first place? Unemployment figures, according to the Western media and Al Jazeera, are at 30 percent. If this is so, then why all these foreign workers?

Natives Celebrate Olympic Failure

The Native Youth Movement (NYM) is Native Peoples Liberation Movement, fighting for our People, our Land, and our way of Life.The Native Youth Movement is in the midst of becoming a Grand Council of Young and Old (Veteran/Battle Tested) Warriorz alike. A Warriorz Society with the Young Warriorz serving as the Physical protectors, and the O.G.s (Original Guerrillas) as the Advisor Warriorz, giving direction through lessons, age old teachings, previous battles, and from the Spirits and our Ancestors, who have passed on this responsibility of defending our Indian way.

Robo y Resistencia de la tierra indigena/Indigenous Land Theft and Resistance En Guatemala/In Guatemala

Ingrid Deleon/PNN Voces de inmigrantes en resistencia
Friday, March 26, 2010

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We Can Stop This War! 300,000 people march in San Francisco against the war and the Bush Administration's Lies

Richalda Thomas and Tiny/PoorNewsNetwork
Monday, February 18, 2002

it started quietly - just a few of us POOR folk gathered in the Tenderloin in front of the San Christina Hotel- a single room occupancy(SRO) hotel in the heart of the Tenderloin District of San Francisco - it is the residence of one of our very low-income staff writers - I chuckled at the odd juxtapose of people with signs protesting the War cheerily walking towards the march through our "bad" neighborhood ..

There's More like Me coming back every day: the new rising population of homeless people; Iraqi war veterans

Laurence Ashton and Tiny/PNN
Saturday, December 18, 2004

"Hey gurrrl , wassup in Oaktown these days?" He was standing there, still in uniform, the stain of bloodshed and too many tears still clinging to his smooth chocolate face.

" My name is corporal James, Red James, they called me Red cause I was always covered in blood in the killing fields of…" and then his deep voice trailed off, you knew in that second that he was actually there, inside the dust, the non-stop sand storms, and the blinding glare of deadly firefights floating in slow motion through the Iraqi desert.

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