Stop new Iraq war, Detroit people say


Tim Rivers and Seraphine Collins write about this video from the USA:

Detroit residents speak out against war

24 September 2014

Despite a massive media propaganda campaign designed to railroad the public behind a new war, a broad section of workers and young people say they feel deeply opposed to the Obama administration’s bombing campaign in Iraq and Syria.

Residents said the billions of dollars spent on war should be used to fund social services and infrastructure, which are crumbling in US cities like Detroit, even as poverty and hunger grow to record levels.

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