Our leaders…say they want peace. And they’re all lying.
When the ICC began the process of investigating American war crimes in Afghanistan, the Trump administration sanctioned members of the ICC. The Biden administration dropped those sanctions, but they have made clear that they will not participate in the ICC.
People are still living with these wars. And they must be taken care of.
This consistent line of violence directed against the Iraqi people to achieve American political aims had been established for decades.
It’s very concerning because we have this very recent evidence of how hysterical and unhinged U.S. military decision-making can be.
Policymakers making assumptions about the use of military force and how quickly that military force will achieve political objectives. We’ve seen over and over again how some of these assumptions are faulty.
The inertia of trillions of dollars of a massive leviathan of bases, troops, aircrafts, ships, money around the world…has its own life force.
There are about ten thousand nuclear weapons…in this world. It would only take about 1% of those to kill billions.
Former Army Captain Erik Edstrom shared his experiences in the military, including how he helped get his interpreter out of Afghanistan.
We have not rid the world of war. It continues in its small scale fashion at this very moment in conflicts all around the world.