The opening session of the Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal focuses on Israeli war crimes funded by American taxpayers and facilitated by U.S. weapons manufacturers like Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Raytheon.
President Biden has said his call for $100B in weapons for Israel and Ukraine is good for the economy because it creates jobs. But Air Force veteran Christian Sorensen says that’s not true.
What we were doing didn’t have anything to do with national defense.
Americans have a lot less to be proud of than we think.
You don’t have to be antiwar to be highly suspicious of the U.S. military.
The system will not reform itself. It will always demand and take more—more money, more authority, more power. It will never be geared for peace.
We are all as Americans immersed in a matrix of militarism and imperialism since birth; to fight against it, then, is often seen as un-American.
Stop listening to the screech of war hawks. Invest in life instead of death.