Detroit students against Syria war, video


This video from the USA says about itself:

Detroit students speak against Syria war

6 sep 2013
The International Youth and Students for Social Equality interviewed students at Wayne State University Friday while building for a demonstration next week against the drive to war in Syria.

The demonstration will take place Monday, September 9, at 3:00 p.m. at the flagpoles at Gullen Mall and Merrick St. For a map, click here.

With mounting opposition at home and abroad to war against Syria, the Pentagon is reportedly preparing for far more extensive bombing of the country than originally suggested: here.

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s appearance at the G20 summit in St Petersburg made clear his government is determined to do everything possible to aid the US to advance plans for a military attack on Syria, despite its own defeat in parliament last week: here.

Fact check: Obama’s Syria case still lacks proof: here.

A century and a half ago, the British journalist, lawyer and parliamentarian Sir William Harcourt faced down a public clamor for Britain to intervene in the American Civil War. Writing under the pen name “Historicus” in The Times of London, Sir William argued that military intervention was like revolution: “a high and summary procedure which may sometimes snatch a remedy beyond the reach of law,” but “its essence is illegality and its justification is its success”: here.

Jamaicans against war on Syria: here.