We’re now in the post-post Cold War era, an interregnum marked my major geopolitical changes, uncertainty, and an unrestrained nuclear arms race. With partner organizations across the U.S., Europe and East Asia, we have assembled a remarkable group of analysts and movement leaders to deepen our understanding of the changing world and how we can best respond. On May 4, 20198 (8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.), at Judson Memorial Church in New York City, we invite you to join an international conference, “Growing … Continue reading →
Internationalist Front (FAI) has organised a rally in front of the US embassy in Madrid, Spain. We are forwarding the report from the rally and the statement that was read. After an intense but brief hailstorm, some 50 people accompanied the representation of “the NATO clown”, with a satirical interpretation of the role in security and stability that politicians and the mass media try to convince us NATO plays and of the complicity of the Spanish state and the cession … Continue reading →
This month, the GCOMS – Global Campaign on Military Spending released its third newsletter of 2019!
It provides an overview of current events related to military spending around the world and of the campaign’s activities in preparation for the next GDAMS – Global Days Against Military Spending (13 April – 9 May 2019). Click here to access the newsletter
by Pat Elder
also including Ramstein NATO Air Base Germany Continoues to Poison Germans
The foreign minister meeting took place at State Department / Harry S. Truman Building. At the beginning, when the foreign ministers arrived, we could demonstrate without barriers, later they put some between us and the entrence, because some of us made a sit-in on the street. Here a selection of some short video clips. … Continue reading →
We gathered at 7:30 a.m. at the Albert Einstein Memorial (2101 Constitution Ave NW) or across Constitution Ave if need be — very near where the NATO foreign ministers will be meeting. At 8:00 a.m. we heared from our speakers and musicians outside the State Department, protest NATO, and greet meeting attendees. Speakers and musicians will include: Ben Grosscup, Luci Murphy, Megaciph, Art Laffin, Ludo De Brabander, Kristine Karch, Phil Wilayto, Medea Benjamin, Ann Wright. © … Continue reading →
NATO-Exit: Dismantle NATO, Close Down 800 US Military Bases, Prosecute the War Criminals
By Prof Michel Chossudovsky April 04, 2019
“This text prepared in the context of the April 7 2019 Florence International Conference: No War, No NATO will centre on the key relationship between US-NATO military operations directed against targeted countries and the imposition of far-reaching neoliberal economic reforms both before and in the wake of US-NATO military interventions. …”
Report by David Swanson about an action. Wednesday (03.04.2019 Washington) morning an event was held in a building overlooking Freedom Plaza in Washington, D.C., at an organization called the Center for European Policy Analysis, which is funded by: FireEye, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Bell Helicopters, BAE systems, the U.S. State Department, the Pentagon, National Endowment for Democracy, the U.S. Mission to NATO, and NATO’s own Public Diplomacy Division.
No to NATO – Yes to Peace Festival
April 3-4, 2019, Washington, D.C.
This year we managed to use the No to NATO – T-Shirts on serveral events. First was a test a the Peace Festival Evening April 3rd 2019 Second was during the counter actions in front of the meeting place of NATOs foreign ministers (State Department / Harry S. Truman Building) Third we marched from there to the Lincoln Memorial and fourth we were part of the ralley on the Martin Luther King Memorial on April 4th, … Continue reading →
Mobilization to opose NATO, War and Rassism – Hands off Venezuela
April 4th Aarhus Rally: Stop Natos armament – invest in collective welfare Starting point Town Square at 5 pm Speakers: Birthe Sørensen, editor at Arbejderen (the worker), Bo Hamburger, Arbejderbevægelsens Internationale Forum, AIF (Workers Internat. Forum). Peace-Meeting Folkestedet, Carl Blochs Gade 28, Aarhus. Songs at 6:30 pm and debate at 7 pm. Panelists: Tine Spang Olsen, peaceactivist “Stop Terrorkrigen – Ud af NATO” (Stop ther terror-war – Out of Nato), speaking on Natos aggressive policy. Carsten Andersen, spokesperson for ”Aarhus … Continue reading →
April 4th Copenhagen Rally: Stop Natos armament – invest in collective welfare 5 pm – 6.30 pm at Nytorv, Copenhagen center. https://www.facebook.com/events/331797560802511/ Speakers: Claus Westergreen, chairman 3F BJMF (building workers union) Gerd Berlev, coordinating commitee TID TIL FRED – aktiv mod krig (Time for Peace – active against war) Anton Nielsen, Horserød-Stutthof foreningen (antifascist organisation) Spokesperson from 3F BJMF-youth Contact *protected email* * No to a new worldwar – Drop the cold war retoric. Yes to negociations, relaxation and disarmament. … Continue reading →
Nato 70 years – Protests and events in Denmark March 30 Copenhagen Street theatre / action: Skeletons out of the closet Its 70 years ago Nato was founded. It’s time to retire Nato. We do a street-theater-action 4 places in Copenhagen saturday march 30. 10am-3pm. We seek cool and nice people that wants to participate. Good voices, aktivists, artists, signkeepers, photographers. www.facebook.com/events/500111493852538/ Contact *protected email**protected email* Nato claims to strive for collective defence and preserving peace and security. But Nato … Continue reading →
- No to NATO and War — Yes to Peace and Progress
- Saturday, March 30, 2019 at 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM CST
- Cathedral Neighbourhood Center, 2900 13th Ave. (at Retallack St), Regina, SK
- At noon we walk to the Cenotaph in Victoria Park for an anti-NATO rally.
March, 30th 2019 | 12:00 – 13:30 | US Consulate Toronto
Join us to oppose the 70th anniversary summit meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), being held this year in Washington, D.C. More: https://www.facebook.com/events/355805235025648/
March, 30th, 2019 | 7:30pm – 9:30pm EST
1241 Evarts St NE, Washington, DC 20018-3710, United StatesSaturday, March 30, 2019 | 7:30pm | 1241 Evarts St NE, Washington, DC 20018-3710, United States
Supported by the international network “No to war – no to NATO”
Thursday, April 4th
We learned yesterday (21.03.2019) that the NATO foreign ministers will be meeting at the State Department at 2201 C St. NW, Washington DC on the morning of Thursday, April 4th.
8:00 am- 9:30 am – We will come together at the Albert Einstein Memorial, (2101 Constitution Ave.), very close to the State Department where the NATO foreign ministers will be meeting.
At this point, we’ll decide on a potentially more suitable location to hear from speakers and musicians, protest NATO, and greet meeting attendees.
At 9:30, we’ll march 15 minutes to the MLK Memorial for a rally there at 10 a.m. with speakers and musicians.
At that point we’ll announce further arrangements. More: https://worldbeyondwar.org/notonato/
Don’t miss out during this fabulous time in our nation’s capital.
Supported by the international network “No to war – no to NATO”
Wednesday, April 3rd
8:00 am- 9:00 am – We will gather at the Shepherd Statue at 13th & Pennsylvania Ave. in Freedom Plaza (ext. link to google) to protest during a very special event. That’s all we can say at this point.
Afterward, we’ll walk 12 blocks down Pennsylvania Ave. to the Peace Monument on Capitol Hill.
10:00 am – 11:00 am – We will gather at the Peace Monument (ext. link Peace Monument) on Capitol Hill while NATO General Secretary Jens Stoltenberg prepares to address a joint session of Congress beginning at 11:00 am.
Our European comrades Kristine Karch, Ludo De Brabander, and Reiner Braun will join others in addressing the rally.
Afterward, we’ll walk up 1st Street to Louisiana Ave to the Union Station Metro. Take the Red Line toward Shady Grove. Transfer to the Green Line at Gallery Place – to the Columbia Heights Station.
From there, we’ll walk to St. Stephen’s Church, 1525 Newton St NW for the Peace Festival from Noon to 10:00 pm.
No to the Military Alliance; Yes to Peace and Disarmament! Wednesday, March 27 from 12:00-1:00 pm | Outside the NATO Association of Canada Office, 60 Harbour St., Toronto (corner with Bay St. near the Queen’s Quay Ferry Docks Terminal) Every month this year, the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace (VOW) will be holding a peace vigil outside the NATO Association of Canada headquarters in downtown Toronto corner of Harbour St and Bay St. This year is the 70th anniversary … Continue reading →
Monday, March 25, 2019 at 7 PM – 9:00 PM
New Vision United Church, 24 Main West, Hamilton
Free, public lecture on the 70th anniversary of this dangerous military alliance. Canada out of NATO.
Speaker: Tamara Lorincz, PhD Candidate, Balsillie School of International Affairs, member of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace and the No to NATO 2019 mobilization
Hosted by Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/392917724859213/
Sunday, March 31, 1 PM Oakland Federal Bldg, 13 ST & Caly, Oakland, CA Info: *protected email* … Continue reading →
Nuclear-Armed Terrorist Organization creates enemies In April 2019, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will celebrate its 70th anniversary in Washington, D.C.* In view of the alliance’s war zone atrocities, attacks on civilians, civilian objects, and abuse of prisoners, anti-war demonstrations will greet what critics have dubbed this “Nuclear-Armed Terrorist Organization.” nukewatchinfo.org Read: WHATS NATO EVER DONE-Apr 2019.pdf Download: WHATS NATO EVER DONE-Apr 2019.pdf … Continue reading →
BELGRADE FORUM FOR A WORLD OF EQUALS Belgrade, Sremska No. 6/IV, Serbia (*protected email*), tel. +381 11 328 37 78 NOT TO FORGET – NATO AGGRESSION AGAINST SERBIA (FRY), 20 YEARS ON The Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, Generals and Admirals Club, Veterans Association SUBNOR and Serbian Host Society have prepared the program of commemoration on occasion of the 20th anniversary of NATO’s armed aggression against Serbia (FRY). To this end, the following events will take place: Thursday, … Continue reading →
Break the Silence YES to Peace! NO to NATO! Join us to commemorate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. MN Capitol Steps (75 MLK Blvd. St. Paul MN) Thursday, April 4, 2019 Join us on the capitol steps at 12:15 for Veterans for Peace Chapter 27 Bell Ringing and commemorative program, including a speaker from Communities United Against Police Brutality. At 1:30 we will meet in the capitol rotunda to hear excerpts from the “Beyond Vietnam” speech … Continue reading →