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Proud to be an American? – Irish Indymedia



2000+ March for PEACE in Dublin Protesters demanded an end to the Bombing in Afghanistan. Dublin city centre was transformed to to ‘a carnival against war’ despite Government attempts in Recent weeks to crush Anti-War Anti Capitalist demonstrations (26 Arrested this month) – Irish Indymedia


Distorting the news worldwide


Expect "Episode II: The Death of Millions" sometime in the next year.


America needs real debate, not grade school dualities.


This diagram pretty much explains in a very logical way the situation we are living today.




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