End Wars Issue Committee

The EndWars Issue Committee works to end the war and occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan, and oppose any invasion or bombing of Iran.

Contact: Marge Van Cleef: margevc(at)cavtel.net,(267) 763-1644
Yoshiko Ikuta: Ylkuta(at)aol.com, (216) 521-7057

Nuclear Free Future Month

Nuclear Free Future Month

By Carol Urner, DISARM/End Wars Issue Committee

Powering the World and the U.S. with Wind, Water, and Sunlight

Recommended by Nancy Price, Earth Democracy Issue Committee

No more New or Relicensed Nuclear Power Plants!

Convert to Renewables Now!

Nuclear Power Cluster, DISARM!/End Wars Issue Committee

 

No to Nuclear Power! Yes to Solar, Wind, and Tides!

Can Existing Southeastern U.S. Nuclear Power Companies Convert to Solar, Wind and Tides?

 

WILPF Commits to a Nuclear Free Future

Hiroshima/Nagasaki Days

WILPF Works for a Nuclear Free Future

By DISARM!/End Wars Issue Committee

 

WILPF May eNews

Join End Wars/DISARM! in May for a Nuclear Free Future, Demilitarization of the

Heavens, and an End to Wars!

JOIN END WARS/DISARM! IN MAY

Join End Wars/DISARM! in May for a Nuclear Free Future,

Demilitarization of the Heavens, and an End to Wars!

Moving Mountains for Peace

(Newly merged END WARS/DISARM! committee at work)

Time for an EXIT strategy from Afghanistan

Time for an EXIT strategy from Afghanistan
Virginia Pratt’s Thoughtful and Inspiring Letter to Senator Kerry:

Dear Senator Kerry,

I am told that we are spending 10 million a day on the War in Afghanistan. From what I can see, the money would be better spend it if were flushed down the toilet. At least it would not be lining the pockets of warlords while also causing death and destruction.

We have been in Afghanistan for over 9 years with nothing to show as a positive outcome for either us or the tortured Afghan people. The country is riddled with corruption. The infrastructure – roads, water, sewer system and electricity are close to non existent. The children, especially girls, have almost no access to education. The life expectancy is as little as 45 years old because of the poverty, the harsh conditions, and the lack of medical care. Women have only two rights - the right to pray and the right to obey their husband. Women are sold and forced into marriages at very young ages. The country is brimming over with widows, orphans, and maimed people forced to live on as little as a dollar a day. Afghanistan has been plunged into the dark ages.

The actions of our military have not been heroic. Rather, the use of drones, and night raids, have  terrorized and killed civilians. The war has resulted in at least 7 million citizen casualties, far more than 9/11. The recent reports of US military claiming bones of killed civilians as “trophies” further demonstrates the depraved outcome of our military intervention. Hardly a day goes by without reports of civilian casualties including young children and occasional wedding parties.

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