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UntitledPerpetuating more violence is not the way to conquer terrorism. Eliminating poverty and social inequality, providing education and opportunity, and imbuing a respect for human rights is the only way.

Read more here: The Way to Fight Terrorism Is to Eliminate Its Root Causes

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1934505_1004570029598001_6652259850590790735_n (1).pngThe protecting vital interest phrase is standard rhetoric Presidents use to justify invasions and military occupations of other countries. It’s essentially a vote for the perpetuation of America’s wars. #BernieSanders uses it, but has a different meaning.

Continue reading here: Perspectives: Bernie Sanders: “Defending America’s Vital Strategic Interest”

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Image at Information Clearing House  Other Highway of Death images

Image at Information Clearing House
Other Highway of Death images

There are “uncomfortable truths about America’s national character that lie behind both our enthusiastic acceptance of war and our propensity for war-making.” A review of some of the worst of America’s brutality clearly points to the fact that war must end.

 

Read article here: America’s Atrocities: No Gun Ri, Tiger Force, Mỹ Lai, Highway of Death, Iraq and Afghanistan

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One of many photos taken by United States Army photographer Ronald L. Haeberle on March 16, 1968 in the aftermath of the My Lai massacre showing mostly women and children dead on a road.

One of many photos taken by United States Army photographer Ronald L. Haeberle on March 16, 1968 in the aftermath of the My Lai massacre showing mostly women and children dead on a road.

Forty-eight years ago, on March 16, 1968, all hell broke out for the people in My Lai hamlet, South Vietnam. What happened that day by American soldiers became the worst atrocity in American military history. The atrocities whitewashed, and never officially condemned by our government or by a majority of Americans.

 

Read more here: Remembering My Lai, the Day American’s Slaughtered Five Hundred South Vietnamese, Including Children and Babies

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Screenshot of Tech Insider video

Screenshot of Tech Insider video

Automated systems are becoming more prevalent and capable of doing more things. These systems have and will continue to change the way we produce products, how we provide services, and how they are distributed. Eventually to a world without work or need for money.

Read more here: A Future without Work and Money, the End of Capitalism and Inequality

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