Tag Archives: victims of war

The Christian Right

There is nothing right at all about the concept of a theocracy, a Christian Nation, least of all one that declares war, thinking that the head of Christianity, Jesus Christ, is its supreme commander. The American copycat ideology of British

Resource Links

List of links to other websites produced by people who have expressed similar beliefs about the criminality of war. W E B S I T E S The War Resisters The United States’ oldest secular pacifist organization, the War Resisters

War and Globalisation of Poverty

For people who are interested in looking at the relationship between world poverty and the export of war to countries supplying the West its energy requirements this 4 year old recording of Michel Chossudovsky giving a lecture on the topic

John Pilger new film

THE WAR YOU DON’T SEE John Pilger’s tenacity has paid off. After years of sticking to the principle of independent journalism, of not kowtowing to the culture of disinformation that pervades the press corps run by Government and Media spin

Christ v Bible / State Part 6

Part 6 of 8 The spiritual battle in the world is played out in every courtroom, every secret chamber of power, every classroom, every bar. Both giver and taker of knowledge share a common experience across all areas of social

These are the heroes

17th Sept 2010 Private Bradley Manning decided to blow the whistle on one heinous crime (probably among thousands) committed by US Apache Helicopter Crews roaming the skies in Iraq to ‘blow away’ terrorists. The recorded conversations between command centre and

OT rhetoric in Christendom

17th September 2010 An article written by Robert Koehler on AntiWar.com’s website also touches on the very real problem concerning the extremely worrying rhetoric of US military leaders claiming to be Christian Warriors. The language they use is not dissimilar

An old Christianity that is not Christ

Christians need to become aware of the ways in which the authority of the Bible over the centuries has influenced the expansion of diverse cultic quasi religious organisations, connected intimately with mainstream Christianity, that are obsessed with the lust of