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January 29th, 2007 : mp3 file not currently online

A soldier's perspective on the war in Vietnam and the current war in Iraq. Howard Hampton argues for an increase to the minimum wage at the Ontario NDP Convention. Media reaction to the comments of France's Socialist Party leader Segolene Royal in regards to Quebec's sovereignty.

Featured Guest(s):
Scott Camil, Peter Leibovitch, Robin Philpot

"I believe that if we had and would keep our dirty bloody, dollar-soaked fingers out of the business of these nations so full of depressed exploited people, they will arrive at a solution of their own. And if, unfortunately, their revolution must be of the violent type, because the haves refuse to share with the have-nots by any peaceful method, at least what they get will be their own and not the American style, which they don't want, and above all don't want crammed down their throats by Americans."
- General David M. Shoup, Commandant of the Marine Corps 1966-63 ... as quoted by Scott Camil.

Links:
Iraqnam - by Scott Camil
Winter Soldier - The Film
A Warrior's Choice - by Tim Bagwell
War is a Racket - by Major General Smedley D. Butler, USMC [Retired]

Howard Hampton's Address to the Ontario NDP Convention

The Rich Life of Jane Jacobs - by Robin Philpot
The Question of Separatism - by Jane Jacobs (a couple of copies still available at amazon.com)




October 9th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

Featured Guest(s):
Scott Camil

Links:
Iraqnam




Article Archive:

Iraqnam
Scott Camil

Recently, I was asked to speak at a teach-in built around the Downing Street Memo, a secret British document that shows that the public was lied to to get our support for Bush’s war against Iraq. This “Memo” is actually meeting minutes transcribed during the British Prime Minister’s meeting on July 23, 2002—eight months prior to the invasion of Iraq in March 2003. (The Sunday Times in London printed the text of this document on May 1, 2005.)

I was asked to speak about what it feels like to be a U.S. veteran who voluntarily served in war, only to come home and learn that my government had lied to, manipulated and betrayed me. I thought to myself, “This will be a real easy speech: It sucks.” The question made me think about the many similarities between the war in Vietnam...
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