|Say No To War in Syria! Near CENTCOM (where the war in Syria is being run) Tampa, FL - Sept. 27, 2014
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Right-wing radio interview w/SPFP. A
representative from St. Pete for Peace was on a right-wing radio
station in West Virginia a few days ago. The interview focused on the
US bombing of ISIS. You can listen to it here beginning about the 2:00 minute mark through about the 18:00 minute mark - including a few call-ins.
crowd of about 60 protestors, including peace activists, Democrats,
Libertarians, Socialists, Greens (and a 97-year old woman!) took to the
streets near Central Command in Tampa to speak out against the war in
Response to the protest in the heavily-trafficked area was exceedingly
positive and included many honks in support of the antiwar message.
Read article in Liberation News
PHOTOS COURTESY OF MIKE FOX, TOMMY & JEANIE
US airstrikes in Syria have already killed innocent civilians. In its first day of launching bombs, the US killed 8 civilians, including children in Aleppo province. Five more civilians were killed on Wednesday.
For over 20 years the US has
relentlessly bombed Iraq and now it is bombing Syria -- two countries
that have never attacked the United States.
The US attack is happening without
the approval of the Syrian government which is a violation of Syria's
sovereignty and is against international law.
ISIS, which formed in response to the US invasion of Iraq, exists because of US military interventions. For the US to say it is trying to solve the problem it created is duplicitous.
Speak out! People in the Tampa
Bay area live in the neighborhood of those calling the shots in the war
in Syria. Come out and show CENTCOM that you do not support their
Sponsored by St. Pete for Peace, Students for a Democratic Society at
USF, Friends of Human Rights, Freedom Road Socialist Organization,
Florida State Progressive Democrats of America, NatureCoast Coalition
for Peace and Justice, The Refuge, Students for a Democratic Society St
Pete, Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign, the
Revolutionary Caucus of Tampa Bay, the Green Party of Florida, and
Socialist Party USA - Florida.