The Cold-Blooded Killers of the So-Called Deep State
Madeleine Albright, the "mentor" of Secretary of State Blinken, said the deaths of nearly 600,000 Iraqi children caused by U.S. sanctions in the 1990s was "worth it." Today, following the devastating earthquake which struck Turkey and Syria, the U.S. refuses to lift sanctions against Syria, out of spite for the resistance of the Syrian people against ISIS and Al Qaeda, and their refusal to submit to the U.S. demand for regime change. The same spokesman who announced the sanctions will continue, also spoke of the U.S. organizing a "lock-step" reaction of "like-minded countries" to confront China and prepare for war.
Join us in opposition to these murderous policies, with the February 19 march in Washington, D.C., "Rage Against the War Machine."