Guyanese anti-war protesters: Think Outside the Bomb!

Pro-peace demonstrations about Syria, not just in London, in the USA, or in the Netherlands

The US Congress is preparing to rubberstamp another illegal war of aggression, as claims that the action will be “limited” are quickly being exposed: here.

A concerted campaign is underway for a second vote in Britain’s parliament to sanction war against Syria: here.

France publishes intelligence brief for war in Syria based on lies: here.

Syria crisis: The British public has its say as two-thirds oppose strikes. Exclusive poll for The Independent sends clear message as David Cameron resists pressure for second vote: here.

Again, demonstration against war on Syria; Wednesday, The Hague, the Netherlands: here.

JSC: Jamaicans in Solidarity with Cuba

Source: Guyanese Solidarity Movement with Cuba

On August 31 2013, the Guyana Solidarity Movement with Cuba and other Muslim organizations held a peaceful rally demanding a stop to the killings in the Middle East.

Participants carried slogans with messages for the President of the US, including:

  • If we don’t end war, war will end us
  • Free Syria
  • Stop killing Syrian Children
  • Think outside the bomb!!! O 

Guyana Cuba Solidarity Rally 3 (2)

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2 thoughts on “Guyanese anti-war protesters: Think Outside the Bomb!

  1. From Ghana:

    Instead of focusing on warfare, supplying of weapons and military punishment President Obama should reach back to his community organizing skills and emulate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with his prophetic utterances against militarism. There are numerous domestic policies that Washington should focus on such as the stop and frisk discrimination laws, employment, unemployment disparities, off-shoring of jobs, tax avoidance, voter’s disenfranchisement, veterans’ welfare, over incarceration of African Americans and Latinos, immigration reform, wage disparities, protecting the environment, relocation of Katrina storm victims back to New Orleans, stopping home foreclosures, and building 21st national infrastructures. On the international realm the Syrian policies should remain in the UN with enhanced negotiations. Indeed Syria is not Iraq but the introduction of additional militarism will make the situation worse. We do not deal with crimes against humanity by committing more crimes against the same humanity that does not achieve anything at the end.

    Nnamdi F. Akwada MSW, BA is a Social Justice Activist


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