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Call to Bring United States to UN Security Council for Sanctions
Por Progressive Press 06/02/2006 às 02:55
Anti-war activists accused the USA of planning first use of nuclear weapons
against Iran, and of currently using uranium weapons in Iraq, and noted that
the UN Security Council is responsible for dealing with such threats of war
and acts of aggression.
A US-based anti-war publisher and activist denounced the recent Iran crisis
as a replay of the trumped-up war against Iraq, and called for UN sanctions
against the United States itself.
John Leonard, owner of the pro-peace websites, explained: "Article 39 of the
United Nations Charter states, 'The Security Council shall determine the
existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of
aggression and shall make recommendations...'
...Progressive Press publishes 9/11 exposés, the latest by activist,
historian and intelligence expert Webster Griffin Tarpley. His classic
"George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography" first broke the story that G. W.
Bush's grandfather Prescott was Adolf Hitler's banker, and a member of a
financier faction working for a fascist world order. Calling the present
rush to war a "Blitzkrieg," Leonard says the Bush family "have not changed
their spots. The attack on Iraq was the beginning of World War IV. They can
wage war on Iraq and Iran because of 9/11, even though neither country had
the slightest connection with that atrocity, just like Hitler invaded
Czechoslovakia on the barest of pretexts."...
...Tarpley calls on activists to publicize and protest such drills in order
to pre-empt a "nuclear 9/11," and groups like www.total411.info have taken
up this mission, with their own alerts against the risk of fake terror....
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