The F-35 and the Incinerating Ski Slope

By David Swanson
Remarks in Burlington, Vermont, April 22, 2017

Thank you all for inviting me. There is no place I’d rather be on earth day. And that includes marching for science at the March for Science in Washington. Although I certainly support marching for honesty, and I’d even march for the cause of getting more scientists to march — and any other group that hasn’t yet found the time to bother.

Unless resisting madness becomes mainstream, the madmen will decide our fate.

Thank you also for having started the first chapter of World Beyond War and for having given us the idea to have chapters. We now have people working on starting dozens of chapters in over a dozen countries. And we have staff to help them, and we have people in 151 countries who have signed the pledge that I’ll pass around here, pledging to work to end all war. We’re trying to get to 175 countries, because that’s how many the U.S. military admits to having troops in. So, 24 more to go. If you know anybody in Venezuela, Cuba, Honduras, Mongolia, Algeria, Lithuania, Ethiopia, or Papua New Guinea, please point them to WorldBeyondWar.org.

And thank you for having set up such a terrific program of workshops today, and — I hope — of work that will follow the workshops.

I hope my comments fit into the program, because I’m going to take a round about way of speaking in support of peace and environmentalism by praising garbage incinerators.

Why Is There So Little Popular Protest Against Today's Threats of Nuclear War?

In recent weeks, the people of the world have been treated to yet another display of the kind of nuclear insanity that has broken out periodically ever since 1945 and the dawn of the nuclear era.

How U.S. Race Laws Inspired Nazis

James Q. Whitman's new book is called Hitler's American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law. It is understated and overdocumented, difficult to argue with. No doubt some will try.

In cartoonish U.S. historical understanding, the United States is, was, and ever shall be a force for good, whereas Nazism arose in a distant, isolated land that lacked any connection to other societies. In a cartoonish reversal of that understanding that would make a good strawman for critics of this book, U.S. policies have been identical to Nazism which simply copied them. Obviously this is not the case.

The 'mother of all bombs' is big, deadly – and won't lead to peace

 Trump dropped the biggest non-nuclear bomb ever used in Afghanistan on Thursday. Just where is this escalation going?


 

Tomgram: Michael Klare, Do African Famines Presage Global Climate-Change Catastrophe?

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There are the terrorists, who get attention out of all proportion to their actual clout, and then there are those with big-time clout -- I think of them as the terrarists -- who get almost no attention at all. Back in May 2013, I came up with that term and here’s how I described those I thought it should apply to:

Focus: Syria - Apr 19, 2017


Note: To stimulate the discussion and full independent investigation of the Syrian chemical explosion, I focus on expert opinions that oppose the narrative that the Syrian government carried out the gas attack.


OPCW Director-General shares incontrovertible laboratory results concluding exposure to sarin in Khan Sheikhun - OPCW


Russia April 20 will submit a proposal for a vote to the OPCW on the situation in Idlib - Russian Reality


Comment by Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov on the OPCW Executive session re-opening in The Hague on April 19 - Russian Federation


British chair to both OPCW probes on Syria ‘chemical attack’ is against int’l principle: Lavrov - RT News


FM Ayrault says France will prove Syria's Assad used chemical weapons - usatoday.com


VIDEO: Attaque à l'arme chimique: le renseignement français va apporter "les preuves" de l'implication de Bachar, promet Ayrault - LCP


Top U.S. intelligence analyst Theodore Postol accuses White House of fraud about Syrian sarin gas attack - washingtonsblog.com


The nerve agent attack that did not occur: Analysis of the times and locations of critical events in the alleged nerve agent attack in Khan Sheikhoun, by T. Postol - washingtonsblog.com


Ex-UN inspector Barton says Syrian crater ‘too small’ for toll, 'To kill the number of people killed there would require more than one little rocket’ - theaustralian.com.au


For those who ask: HOW COME THE FIRST RESPONDERS DIDN'T DIE FROM THE SARIN GAS THE NEXT DAY? Handy chart re chemical warfare agent persistency - S. Rifai on Twitter


IR data collected by the U.S. combined with eyewitnesses and videos shows the Syrian government employed only conventional weapons against Khan Shaykhun (read page 3) - Truthdig


Talk: Alleged chemical attack Khan Sheikhoun 4 April 2017 - A Closer Look On Syria


PHOTO: Geolocation of the four plumes caused by the explosions at 6:30-7:00 AM on April 4 in Khan Sheikhoun - A Closer Look On Syria


VIDEO: Virginia Sen Dick Black explains why Assad had no motive to gas civilians. - YouTube


VIDEO (and transcript): Former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson says the Syrian Government may not be responsible for the chemical attack - therealnews.com


'Truth is first casualty of war': GOP Rep. skeptical Assad carried out gas attack - Fox News Insider


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Tomgram: Danny Sjursen, Remind Us How This Ends...

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Truth defenders: Two Men Who Made Their Mark on History

By Linn Washington, Jr.

 

One man enhanced the legacy of a legend revered around the world.

Accomplishments of the other man include his involvement in a seminal court battle where the trial judge issued a pivotal ruling about racism that sparked enraged denials among authorities in that nation.

Tomgram: Ira Chernus, Love Trumps Domination (Without the Combover)

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A metaphoric right-brained essay: President MOABA (Mother of All Bullshit Artists)

By John Grant

 

Painting isn’t an aesthetic operation; it’s a form of magic designed as mediator between this strange hostile world and us. . . . It’s an offensive and defensive weapon against the enemy.

Never-Ending War in the Time of Trump and How to Stop It

By David Swanson

Remarks in Cambridge, Mass., April 13, 2017

The Mother of All Lies is this: you can fix things by blowing them up. Alcoholics should not drink, and people who cannot watch TV and distinguish it from reality should not watch TV. Donald Trump watches a lot of TV and may very well believe what it teaches, namely that blowing things up solves problems. He certainly has figured out, as I knew he would, that the way to get love from the U.S. corporate media is to blow stuff up.

For many of us who are not believers in myths about good wars and just wars and defensive and humanitarian wars, war may have initially struck us as evil because it so directly does harm. Driving a gas-burning car helps render the earth uninhabitable, but only very slowly and only in combination with larger factors. Building a nuclear power plant risks horrible disaster, but it doesn't intentionally and immediately create it. War, on the other hand, when looked at clearly, consists of mass murder described with other words. It's direct and immediate and fatal and large-scale violence. What could be more evil?

It's ironic, then, that the bulk of the damage that war does, and the vast majority of the deaths it causes are caused indirectly. The United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees put out a statement this week that warned of mass starvation in Yemen without mentioning that there is a war there. The Washington Post yesterday published a shockingly honest article that described the famines in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan, and Nigeria, and noted that they would be unimaginable without the wars in those countries. At least 20 million people are at risk of starving to death there, a number that dwarfs the number killed directly in wars in a given year -- and that is true even using credible numbers, not the super low estimates of which the U.S. media is so fond.

Tomgram: William Astore, From Deterrence to Doomsday?

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Focus: Syria - Apr 12, 2017


Leading MIT rocket scientist Theodore Postol issues a report: White House claims on Syria chemical attack 'cannot be true' -washingtonsblog.com


REPORT (Full text): A Quick Turnaround Assessment of the White House Intelligence Report About the Nerve Agent Attack in Syria - Theodore Postol


VIDEO: Interview with Theodore Postol: US report on Idlib attack ‘misinterprets evidence’, ‘politically motivated' - YouTube


Discussion: Leading CW expert Postol of MIT published a 14-page document questioning WH claims that Sarin was dropped from Syrian AF plane - Reddit


ARCHIVE: Possible Implications of Faulty US Technical Intelligence in the Damascus Nerve Agent Attack of August 21, 2013 - Postol, Lloyd


REPORT (Full text): The Assad regime's use of chemical weapons on 4 April 2017 - White House


White House background Press Briefing on Syria chemical attack, 4/11/2017 - whitehouse.gov


Former UN weapons inspector Blix: Send investigators to Syria, not cruise missiles - Utrikesmagasinet


VIDEO: 'I believe nobody, I’d like to see impartial investigation’: ex head of UNMOVIC Blix on Idlib gas attack - YouTube


OPCW to begin Syria probe after use of chemicals in idlib attack is confirmed - The Siasat Daily

 

Last two chemical weapons facilities in Syria belong to rebels and they were not destroyed: OPCW - Maeplet


Syria invited OPCW to send inspector to Shayrat airfield: Representative to UN - Sputnik


At UN, Britain says it has evidence of Syria sarin gas use - WGNO


Turkey: Autopsies show sarin gas used against Syrian town - The Ledger


Putin says chemical weapons incident in Syria’s Idlib could be a provocation - TASS

 

Putin: Russia has data on new provocations planned against Syrian authorities - TASS


Chief of Russian General staff: chemical weapons are being brought to Khan Shaykhun, Jira airport, Eastern Ghouta and West Aleppo to further blame Syrian government in attack - syria.liveuamap.com


Trump: 'Unlikely' Russia had no knowledge of Syrian chemical attack - ABC News


Tillerson warns Russia on Syria, saying Assad era is ‘coming to an end’ - The New York Times


Defense chief Mattis says Syria will pay a big price if it uses gas again - usatoday.com


McMaster: U.S. eager for regime change in Syria, but 'we’re not the ones who are going to effect that change.' - POLITICO


McMaster and Russia - Sic Semper Tyrannis


Out of 47 major editorials on Trump’s Syria strikes, only one opposed - FAIR


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Tomgram: Mattea Kramer, Road Rules, or Rediscovering My Country from Cuban Soil

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It has to be one of the oddities of our history: the near-obsessive level of attention that, for almost 60 years, Washington has lavished on a modest-sized, impoverished island-nation of little strategic importance 90 miles off our southern coast. I’m talking, of course, about Cuba, which the U.S. has embargoed since 1959, as it hasn’t North Korea or any other country on this planet.

Syria: Was It Really a “Chemical Weapons Attack?”

 

 


Trump Should Rethink Syria Escalation

 

 

 

Two dozen ex-U.S. intelligence officials urge President Trump to rethink his claims blaming the Syrian government for the chemical deaths in Idlib and to pull back from his dangerous escalation of tensions with Russia.

 

MEMORANDUM FOR: The President

FROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity (VIPS)*

SUBJECT: Syria: Was It Really “A Chemical Weapons Attack”?

Don't Be a United Airlines Passenger

Do not sit still like a United Airlines passenger in a video when an injustice is happening. If the other passengers had simply blocked the aisles, corporate thugs could not have dragged their fellow passenger away. If everyone on board had demanded that the airline offer higher compensation until someone volunteered to take a later flight, rather than being violently "reaccommodated," then it would have done so.

Passivity in the face of injustice is the greatest danger we face. This fact does not mean I'm "blaming the victims." Of course United Airlines should be shamed, sued, boycotted, and compelled to reform or "reaccommodate" itself out of our lives entirely. So should the government that has deregulated the industry. So should every police department that has come to view the public as an enemy in a war.

But one should expect corporations and their thugs to behave barbarically. They are designed to do so. One should expect corrupt governments that lack popular influence or control to abuse power. The question is whether people will sit back and take it, resist with some nonviolent skills, or disastrously resort to violence themselves. (I've not searched yet for proposals to arm airline passengers, because I really don't look forward to reading them.)

The one nonviolent skill that seems to be advancing most encouragingly is videotaping and livestreaming. People have got that down. When police blatantly lie, such as by claiming to have carried a passenger who fell, rather than dragging a passenger whom they assaulted, video sets the record straight. But we often lack video of events far away that the U.S. military blatantly lies about, events locked out of sight that prison guards blatantly lie about, and events that happen over long periods -- such as the willful destruction of the earth's climate.

When it comes to those injustices that can't be videotaped or sued in court, too often people fail to act entirely. This is extremely dangerous behavior. We're collectively being dragged down an airplane aisle, and we're failing to act. A U.S.-Saudi war is threatening millions with starvation in Yemen. In Syria, the U.S. is risking a nuclear confrontation with Russia. The Pentagon is considering attacking North Korea. Baby steps toward slowing down the destruction if the earth's climate are being reversed. Warrantless spying, lawless imprisonment, and presidential drone murder have been normalized.

What can we do?

We can educate and organize. We can confront Congress members while they're home. We can pass local resolutions. We can divest from horrible businesses. We can build global alliances. We can go and stand in the way of deportations, of weapons shipments, or of the broadcasting of corporate "news." We can put a stop to injustice wherever we see it and require diplomatic negotiation and resolution from dying domestic industries and killing foreign service officials alike.

Civil disobedience is not something we should shy away from.

Civil obedience should horrify us. There is an epidemic.

Focus: Syria - Apr 10, 2017

 

US Official: Russia knew in advance of Syrian chemical attack - AP


McCain: Russia cooperated with Syria in chemical attack - ABC News


Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson, Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi, Former DIA Colonel Pat Lang say the Syrian chemical attack story is a sham - Intel Today


VIDEO: Col. Wilkerson says Syrian government may not be responsible for the chemical attack, Trump’s response is a violation of international law - Truthdig


PODCAST: Philip Giraldi says intelligence community doubt Assad gas narrative - The Libertarian Institute


VIDEO: Vet CIA officer Ray McGovern: Syria bombed a rebel arms depot filled with chemical weapons, Assad didn’t gas his people - InvestmentWatch


Michael Savage: This was a complete false flag event… Assad had nothing to gain by gassing his own people...No sarin gas, most likely phosgene gas - theduran.com

 

PODCAST: Michael Savage prosecutes the Syrian attack and his results are jaw-dropping ⋆ WayneDupree.com

 

Gabbard takes heat from Dems for skepticism of Syria chemical attack - TheHill

 

VIDEO: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard slams Trump’s attack on Syria - Antiwar.com Blog

 

Where was CIA’s Pompeo on Syria? Is he doubting Assad guilt? - Consortiumnews

 

Trump's decision to launch missile strikes on Syria was based on a lie that it dropped a military chemical weapon on innocent civilians - Sic Semper Tyrannis

 

The American media and many American political leaders are a complete disgrace as they have cheered Trump's illegal and unjustified order to launch missiles against Syria - Sic Semper Tyrannis

 

What we know & don't know about the chemical attack on Khan Sheikhoun, eyewitnesses accounts - caucus99percent

 

Wag the dog -- How Al Qaeda played Donald Trump and the American media - The Huffington Post

 

Revisiting the story of the ‘false flag’ chemical attack at Goutha on 21 august 2013 - Sic Semper Tyrannis

 

VIDEO: Ray McGovern addresses the 2013 Ghouta Syrian gas attack accusations - YouTube

 

Special Report: The growing potential for militant chemical attacks, and how you can prepare - Max Security

 

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Talk Nation Radio: Dennis Kucinich on Opposing War on Syria

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Dennis Kucinich is an internationally renowned champion of diplomacy and peace. His distinguished career in public service dates back to 1969 and spans councilman, clerk of courts, Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio State Senator, 8 term Member of US Congress and 2-time Democratic candidate for President of the United States. We discuss U.S. warmaking in Syria.
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Tomgram: Dahr Jamail, Alaska in the Crosshairs

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New Gary Lindorff poem in ThisCantBeHappening!: What am I shouting?

I saw a photo of an elephant in a concrete cell

alone,

so alone.

Focus: Syria - Apr 7, 2017

 

Putin considers US attack in Syria aggression against sovereign state: Kremlin - Sputnik


Putin to Netanyahu: Unacceptable to make 'groundless accusations' on Syria chemical attack - Haaretz.com


Russian Foreign Ministry statement on US military action in Syria on April 7, 2017 - mid.ru


Russian Defense Ministry: 36 Tomahawk missiles out of 59 did not reach the Ash Sha’irat airbase, total cost of the operation $110.271 million  - southfront.org


Russian Defense Ministry decides on expansion in Syria following Putin's orders - Sputnik


Russia to take measures to Increase Syrian air defense capabilities - southfront.org


Russian warship steams toward US destroyers that launched Syria strikes - Fox News


Russia expects US to provide evidence of chemical weapons use by Syria - TASS


Moscow reminds all chemical weapons were taken out of Syria in 2014 with US help - Sputnik


Syria has 'ridiculously huge' stockpile of sarin gas, Pentagon memo reveals - Washington Times


Rebel warehouse with chem weapons hit by Syrian airstrike in Idlib: Russian MOD - RT News


VIDEO: Weapons manufacturing facility in Khan Sheikhoun captured by Qatari TV, video begins by showing people being washed off after the chemical attack - Al Jazeera


White Helmets & SOHR can't be considered as reliable sources: Russian Foreign Ministry - southfront.org


US probes possible Russia role in Syria chemical attack - CNN.com


China does not assign blame for the Syria chemical attack or mention Syrian leader Bashar Assad, supports investigation - Fox News

 

UN Chief urges ‘very clear' probe into Syria's Idlib chemical attack - Sputnik

 

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Presidency of Syrian Arab Republic: US aggression is reckless and irresponsible act – Syrian Arab News Agency


Eyewitness says Syrian military anticipated U.S. raid - ABC News


Al-Moallem: Syrian Army didn’t and will not use chemical weapons even against terrorists – Syrian Arab News Agency


Syria determined to carry out its obligations towards OPCW, rejects forging facts – Syrian Arab News Agency


Mikdad: We provided OPCW and the UN with reports on toxic substances transported into Syria by terrorist organizations – Syrian Arab News Agency


Did Assad or the Russians use chemical weapons against civilians in Syria or are we dealing with a false flag operation? Is Trump being duped by the neocons? - O Mouggos


What caused the chemical calamity in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria on April 4, 2017? - Rootclaim


Chemical Weapons 2017: What Just Happened In Syria? - activistpost.com


Tahrir AL sham said the warplane that did the airstrikes was Su-22 2/4 - Yusha Yuseef on Twitter


it's known that bombs used by this type of warplanes can't be filled with gas or editable ، Unlike let's say helicopter home made bombs 3/4 - Yusha Yuseef on Twitter


Also SAA command didn't know about existence of chemical supplements inside the targeted base 4/4 - Yusha Yuseef on Twitter


VIDEO: Minutes after the sarin gas attack on Idlib - LiveLeak.com


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Syria strike disappoints Trump backers in media - TheHill


Trump's troll army isn't ready for war in Syria, The alt-right crowd breaks with the president - POLITICO Magazine


Trump’s Syria strike is sign of Bannon’s waning influence - nymag.com


Rep. Tulsi Gabbard: Trump’s military strikes in Syria are reckless and short-sighted - Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard


VIDEO: Ron Paul: "Zero chance" Assad behind chemical weapons attack In Syria; Likely a false flag - Zero Hedge


Trump supporter Marine veteran warns Trump: ‘You're being duped’ on Syria (VIDEO) - southfront.org


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Top 10 Lies, Damn Lies, and Lies About Syria

1. Chemical weapons are worse than other weapons.

This is not the case. Death and dismemberment are horrific regardless of the weapon. No weapon is being used legally, morally, humanely, or practically in Syria or Iraq. U.S. bombs are no less indiscriminate, no less immoral, and no less illegal than chemical weapons -- or for that matter than the depleted uranium weapons with which the United States has been poisoning the area. The fact that a weapon has not been banned does not create a legal right to go into a country and kill people with it.

2. Chemical weapons use justifies the escalated use of other weapons.

Does shoplifting justify looting? If a Hatfield poisoned a McCoy, would another McCoy be justified in shooting a bunch of Hatfields? What barbarism is this? A crime does not sanction another crime. That's a quick trip to hell.

3. Important people we should trust know who used chemical weapons.

No, they do not. At least they do not know that the Syrian government did it. If they knew this, they would offer evidence. As on every past occasion, they have not done so.

4. The enemy is pure evil and will answer only to force.

The U.S. government and its proxies have sabotaged peace negotiations numerous times over the past several years, maintaining that Assad would have to step down or -- preferably -- be overthrown by violence before anything could be negotiated. This does not make the U.S. government pure inhuman evil, much less does it make the Syrian government that.

5. If you don't want to bomb Syria with one enemy's name on your lips, you hold the firm belief that said enemy is actually a saint.

This piece of stupidity gets people accused of loving and holding blameless the Syrian government, the Russian government, the U.S. government, ISIS, and various other parties. In fact, the reasonable thing to do is to hold all killers responsible for their killing because of the crime, not because of who commits it.

6. U.S. war-making in Syria is defensive.

This is the opposite of reality-based thinking as war-making endangers us rather than protects us. Someone should ask Donald Trump to remember the Maine. You may remember that Spain wanted the matter brought to a neutral arbiter, but the United States wanted war, regardless of any evidence. That's been the typical move over the centuries: careful maneuvering into war, not away from it. Trump, by the way, is already up to his bloody elbows in several wars inherited from Obama -- wars no less immoral and illegal slaughters because of their connection to either of those presidents. The question of who blew up the Maine is, at this point a truly dumb one. The important point is that the U.S. didn't want to know, wanted instead to rush into a war before anyone could find out. Typically, the desire to avoid information, and not some other consideration, is the reason for the urgency in war-making.

7. Peace was tried in 2013, and it failed.

No. What happened was that Obama and his administration tried to pull off the same stunt that Trump is trying now, and the public rose up and refused to allow it. So, instead of a massive bombing campaign, Syria got more weapons, more trainers, more troops, and a medium sized bombing campaign. That's very different from actually shifting direction and offering Syria diplomacy, aid, and disarmament.

8. The U.S. government's goal is peace.

The long openly stated goal of powerful players in the U.S. government is to overthrow Assad.

9. Syria is as boring and unconcerning as numerous other ongoing U.S. wars.

In reality, Syria is a war that risks fighting between the United States and Russia, while each is armed with far more than enough nuclear weapons to destroy all life on earth. Creating a profitable conflict between the U.S. and Russia is a likely actual motivation of some hawks on Syria.

10. Making everything worse with yet more violence is the only option left.

That's not an option at all. But these are: aid, reparations, negotiations, disarmament, the rule of law, truth and reconciliation.

Tomgram: Rebecca Gordon, Believe the Autocrat

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