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Talking about it is not nearly enough...
mass mobilizations are not going to end this war...
We've got to step it up with direct actions that will make a difference!

Do you think there is anthing that WE can do to stop this war?

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This is an essay containing my own reflections of conversations I had this spring with active duty military persoonnel who have served in Iraq.  

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Most people think they are joining the military for a single 4 year term, although they are usually told by recruiters that they could serve up to 8 years due to being recalled from the "ready reserve".

What recruiters probably don't spend too much time telling potential recruits about is Section 9 Part C on the back of the enlistment contract which says: "In the event of war, my enlistment in the Armed Forces continues until six (6) months after the war ends, unless my enlistment is ended sooner by the President of the United States."

The TRUTH is, military enlistments are potentially unlimited in length.

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Erosion of the Nonproliferation Treaty
by Jimmy Carter

Published on Monday, May 2, 2005 by the International Herald Tribune

As the review conference of the Nonproliferation Treaty convenes in New York this month, we can only be appalled at the indifference of the United States and the other nuclear powers. This indifference is remarkable, considering the addition of Iran and North Korea as states that either possess or seek nuclear weapons programs.

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RFK's Field May Be Named For Military
Negotiators Try to Settle Deal Before Tonight's Home Opener

By David Nakamura
Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, April 14, 2005; Page B01

Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium could be renamed Armed Forces Field at RFK under the terms of a deal being negotiated by District officials and the Department of Defense, sources close to the discussions said yesterday.

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World Bank-IMF Protests Set This Week

By Paul Schwartzman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, April 13, 2005; Page B03

Opponents of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund announced yesterday that they would stage two days of protests to coincide with annual meetings the two institutions will host beginning Friday.

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This is a project of DC Anti-War Network's Anti-Draft/Counter-Recruitment working

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We have created an online community relating to counter-recruiting... also for work on anti-draft, conscientious objection and all non-violent forms of discouraging the further expansion of the U.S. Military Industrial Complex.

Check it out at:

Please feel free to join the community and add content to the forum or links page.

Together, we can make a difference...

Peace & Freedom,
Midge P.

P.S. Pass this on as you deem appropriate.

 Report from a new anti-war vigil in Lafayette
by Jim Macdonald
Email: jsmacdonald (at)

20 Mar 2005

Today, a new anti-war vigil appeared in Lafayette Park. DC activists Mitch and Genevieve, with endorsements from the DC Anti-War Network (DAWN) and Proposition 1 (occupants of the vigil that has been in Lafayette Park for the last 24 years), launched what they hope will be a weeklong 24/7 vigil.

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If you think a world without fear of nuclear anhilation would be good thing, WRITE YOUR CONGESSPERSON ABOUT THIS!!!


For Immediate Release                                                   Contact: Doxie A. McCoy
March 16, 2005                                                  (202) 225-8050, (202)225-8143-cell

Web Site:

Criticizes Bush for Decreasing Funding for Nuclear Threat Reduction

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From Sunday Feb 27th Washington Post:

Missile Launcher Installed At Naval Warfare Center As Part of U.S. Air Defense

A large, drab green missile launcher -- aimed vigilantly skyward -- has become one of suburban West Bethesda's more distinctive landmarks.

The launcher has since December claimed a commanding position on the lawn at the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center's Carderock facility, a science and engineering center overlooking the Potomac River.

CLICK HERE for complete article in the Washington Post.

Here are links to the Reuters Newswire photos on Yahoo News:
D.C. Anti-War Network activists portray Abu Ghraib POW's

D.C. Anti-War Network activist is arrested

District of Columbia Anti-War Network activist protrays Guatanamo Bay POW

D.C. Anti-War Network activists in front of Supreme Court

demonstration to oppose American violations of international human rights

Activists wore black hoods to represent the victims at the prison.

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