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    Join Cynthia McKinney in the Bike4Peace cross country tour!

    Posted by dlt on May 21, 2010

    Kickoff Critical Mass Meet at the House of Common Sense, 1193 Pine St., Oakland at 7 AM Sat-24-July-2010 for a day long mass bicycle ride to the state capitol in Sacramento. Or join along the way- say, Rodeo, Fairfield, or Davis.

    World Car-Free Day

    We’re converging upon Washington, DC, riding bicycles from across the continent. Join us for a Continental Critical Mass ride. Plan to arrive by Wed-22-Sept-2010. Meet at 10 AM across the pool from Congress.

    From Cynthia McKinney: Bike4Peace Riders and Hosts needed!

    For a little way or all of the way!!!! Do something different: join me on a cross country bike ride!!!! Please study this route and let me know ASAP if you’re interested in participating all of the way or just a part of the way. Either way, we’d LOVE to have you along for the ride. Here’s the link for the map:

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF8x…

    (Just a note of caution: It does take a few seconds for the map to load. Once loaded, you should see blue, red, green, and aqua tabs. Aqua is a starting point, of which there are four; green indicates where we will take a rest day; red is where we will overnight and expect to need whatever facilities anyone can donate. Appropriately situated on the left side of the window is the text description of what you are looking at on the google map. And then below the text is a description of what we will do at each point indicated in a color on the map. The map is interactive and an explanation for each stop is provided. We’d love to fill each area in with who’s going to donate what at each stop along the way—and where it says “rally”, who will be there to give me a word of encouragement—and a massage!!! It reads something like this:

    B4P 2010
    We are making an unsupported bicycle ride from San Francisco to Washington, DC between July and Sept, 2010, led by Cynthia McKinney, six term Member of Congress and 2008 Green Party nominee for President. The ride will demonstrate the bicycle as a transformational tool to solve the problems of Climate Change, Oil Wars, the Health Crisis, and the Economic Crunch. Along the way, riders will facilitate community discussions around the question “How can we support each other to live true to our best values?”

    If you would like to bicycle all or part of the route, plan a convergence ride to meet up in DC on World Car-Free Day 22-Sept, or host riders passing through your community, please e-mail bike4peace@googlegroups.com)

    We’re scheduled to start on July 24, 2010 at the House of Common Sense in Oakland and we’ll end up at the White House, that needs some common sense!!!

    Please let me know if you’re interested in joining us. You don’t have to be a pro biker—I’m not!!! But I have a lot of enthusiasm and a desire to change the world and to change myself. I’ll be a better person at the end of this ride because I’ll have time for introspection, time for hearing new points of view from fellow riders, time for hearing from people in towns I’ve never visited before. This will truly be for me, an adventure of a lifetime. And in the process, we’ll spread a message of truth, justice, peace, and dignity. At a time of seeming global chaos, join us and find tranquility (and probably some new leg muscles) out on the open roads of America.

    Riders will be joining us from Seattle, Vermont, and even from Canada! If you’re willing, we’ll make a way!!!

    Now, maybe you can’t ride with us, but you want to be involved. If so, please take a long look at the map again and consider hosting us overnight in your home, organization space, or place of worship. I know I’ll need someone who can ease my aching muscles just a little. Just know that every donation will be greatly appreciated. If you’d like to donate your time, money, or services, please let me know or contact Ron Toppi directly at ronbikes4peace@gmail.com; or better yet, just go to http://www.b4p.bbnow.org/donate.php to make a donation.

    And at the end, maybe the White House will gain a bit of our good, old-fashioned common sense! No more war, bike for peace!

    Cynthia’s websites:
    http://dignity.ning.com/
    http://www.enduswars.org
    http://www.livestream.com/dignity
    http://www.twitter.com/dignityaction
    http://www.myspace.com/dignityaction
    http://www.myspace.com/runcynthiarun
    http://www.twitter.com/cynthiamckinney
    http://www.facebook.com/CynthiaMcKinney
    http://www.youtube.com/runcynthiarun

    More Info: http://www.b4p.bbnow.org/events.php

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    Gaza 2009: We Will Never Forget

    Posted by dlt on February 1, 2009

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    Jan. 25th “die-in” to End Gaza Siege — Seattle Pike Place Market

    Posted by dlt on January 28, 2009

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    Contact your representatives to support letter to Secretary of State Clinton]

    Posted by dlt on January 28, 2009

    *A group of House members have organized a letter <http://org2.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=3jJAot%2Fw7v%2Fi4QCVwtV9WRCHXbRqPsc5> to Secretary of State Clinton expressing “deep concern for the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip and to request immediate action by the United States to address this crisis.” The letter is being spearheaded by Reps. John Olver (MA), Lois Capps (CA), David Price (NC), Keith Ellison (MN), Barbara Lee (CA), Maurice Hinchey (NY) and Sam Farr (CA). This effort is a follow-up to a previous letter <http://org2.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=60Fo4qN4oj4uHAFe7IzlKhCHXbRqPsc5> sent to the Bush Administration during the height of the crisis and comes on the heels of strong statements by President Obama this past week, where he stressed his concern for “the substantial suffering and humanitarian needs in Gaza.”
    Specifically, the letter urges: the opening of crossings into Gaza, access out of Gaza for critically ill patients, and emergency funds for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for reconstruction and humanitarian assistance. The letter closes by stressing the importance of United States involvement in achieving a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians. View the full text of the letter here <http://org2.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=J8Uyl%2FLOCVez4yGUcrc3URCHXbRqPsc5>.
    The deadline for Representatives to sign the letter is Tuesday, January 27th at 12 pm. *Please send an email to your Representative urging them to sign on* <http://org2.democracyinaction.org/dia/track.jsp?v=2&c=qYypTRT%2B0D7HYKnRJ%2FkDwRCHXbRqPsc5>. *
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    *Text of Congressional Letter to Secretary of State Clinton*
    *on the Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza*
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    January 27, 2009

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton

    Dear Secretary Clinton:

    First, we would like to congratulate you on being sworn in as our nation’s 67^th Secretary of State. We are very hopeful that this new era in American foreign policy upon which we embark can advance the cause of peace in the Middle East and beyond.

    As strong supporters of both the Israeli and Palestinian peoples, we are writing to express our deep concern for the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip and to request immediate action by the United States to address this crisis. With the ceasefire now in effect, it is critical that the United States play a leading role in alleviating the suffering of civilians in Gaza and we respectfully urge your assistance in this task.

    As you know, the situation on the ground is dire. The flow of humanitarian goods into the Gaza Strip is limited to food and medicine. Yet there exists a real need to allow for the importation of construction materials and fuel, which require the opening of crossings into Gaza. For example, only the Karni Crossing has the capacity for transporting large cargo, such as cement, but it remains closed.
    In addition, in order to rebuild civilian infrastructure in Gaza the international community is going to have to make significant monetary contributions. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) estimates financial needs of nearly $350 million just to rebuild their own infrastructure and continue providing essential services to the Palestinians in Gaza.
    We also remain especially concerned about the desperate condition of medical services in Gaza. Although Israel has begun to allow limited medical supplies into Gaza, the need far outweighs the availability while hospitals remain understaffed and ill-supplied. One of the most crucial steps that needs to be taken is for Israel to allow critically ill patients to be transported out of Gaza and into Israel, the West Bank and Jordan, where they may receive necessary medical care. We therefore urge you to express this concern directly to Israeli government officials.

    In addition to the several thousand individuals who were physically injured during the recent military operations, we can expect to see a dramatic increase in the number of individuals suffering from psychological trauma. In order to help the population to begin rebuilding, we will need to further ensure that funds are used to provide adequate mental health services in Gaza.”

    Failure to address this humanitarian emergency has the potential to produce a crisis of even more unspeakable proportions. We therefore respectfully request that the State Department release emergency funds to UNRWA for reconstruction and humanitarian assistance. We believe the State Department can make funds available through accounts such as Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance (ERMA) and urge you to facilitate the transfer of funds as soon as possible.

    We look forward to maintaining a productive and ongoing dialogue with the State Department and the Obama Administration regarding the United States response to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Toward that end we respectfully request that you or your staff share with us the actions taken to date and the strategy you will pursue to address the humanitarian crisis within14 days.

    Finally, we know that addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a whole is a top priority of the Obama Administration and we applaud President Obama and you for your early and public commitment to meet this challenge. We also believe that the naming of former Senator George Mitchell as special envoy to the Middle East is commendable. We believe the security interests of both Israel and the United States will be greatly enhanced by the establishment of a lasting peace between Israelis and Palestinians, and that United States involvement is indispensable in achieving that goal. We stand ready to work with you as the Administration furthers these efforts.

    Sincerely,

    __._,_.___

    __,_._,___

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    NORWEGIAN TRAIN DRIVERS STRIKE FOR GAZA

    Posted by dlt on January 11, 2009

    On Thursday 8 January all trains in the whole of Norway, and all trams and subways in Oslo, stood still for two minutes in protest against the Israeli invasion. The union issued the following information for passengers:

    “Because of the situation in the Gaza Strip, the Locomotive
    Drivers Union in Norway has decided to demonstrate our
    solidarity with the Palestinian people. This will be organised
    by adding two more minutes of stoppage at the station. The
    same action applies to all passenger trains in Norway
    simultaneously. We demand the immediate withdrawal of all
    Israeli troops from the Palestinian territory. Thank you for
    your understanding”.

    libcom.org/forums/news/train-drivers-po…

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    FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 10

    Posted by dlt on January 11, 2009

    How did your state’s representatives vote?

    clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll010.xml

    FINAL VOTE RESULTS FOR ROLL CALL 10
    (Democrats in roman; Republicans in italic; Independents underlined)
    Go to clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll010.xml
    to see how your state voted.

    H RES 34 2/3 YEA-AND-NAY 9-Jan-2009 1:40 PM QUESTION: On Motion to Suspend the Rules and Agree BILL TITLE: Recognizing Israel’s right to defend itself against attacks from Gaza, reaffirming the United States’ strong support for Israel, and supporting the Israeli-Palestinian peace process

    Yeas Nays PRES NV
    Democratic 222 4 22 8
    Republican 168 1 8
    Independent
    TOTALS 390 5 22 16


    —- YEAS    390 —

    Ackerman
    Aderholt
    Adler (NJ)
    Akin
    Alexander
    Altmire
    Andrews
    Arcuri
    Austria
    Baca
    Bachmann
    Bachus
    Baldwin
    Barrett (SC)
    Barrow
    Bartlett
    Barton (TX)
    Bean
    Becerra
    Berkley
    Berman
    Biggert
    Bilbray
    Bilirakis
    Bishop (GA)
    Bishop (NY)
    Bishop (UT)
    Blackburn
    Blunt
    Boccieri
    Boehner
    Bonner
    Bono Mack
    Boozman
    Boren
    Boswell
    Boustany
    Boyd
    Brady (PA)
    Brady (TX)
    Braley (IA)
    Bright
    Broun (GA)
    Brown, Corrine
    Brown-Waite, Ginny
    Buchanan
    Burgess
    Burton (IN)
    Butterfield
    Buyer
    Calvert
    Camp
    Campbell
    Cantor
    Cao
    Capito
    Capps
    Capuano
    Cardoza
    Carnahan
    Carney
    Carson (IN)
    Carter
    Cassidy
    Castle
    Castor (FL)
    Chaffetz
    Chandler
    Childers
    Clarke
    Clay
    Cleaver
    Clyburn
    Coble
    Coffman (CO)
    Cohen
    Cole
    Conaway
    Connolly (VA)
    Conyers
    Cooper
    Costa
    Costello
    Courtney
    Crenshaw
    Crowley
    Cuellar
    Culberson
    Cummings
    Dahlkemper
    Davis (AL)
    Davis (CA)
    Davis (IL)
    Davis (KY)
    Davis (TN)
    Deal (GA)
    DeGette
    DeLauro
    Dent
    Diaz-Balart, L.
    Diaz-Balart, M.
    Dicks
    Doggett
    Donnelly (IN)
    Doyle
    Dreier
    Driehaus
    Duncan
    Edwards (TX)
    Ehlers
    Ellsworth
    Emerson
    Engel
    Eshoo
    Etheridge
    Fallin
    Fattah
    Filner
    Flake
    Fleming
    Forbes
    Fortenberry
    Foster
    Foxx
    Frank (MA)
    Franks (AZ)
    Frelinghuysen
    Fudge
    Garrett (NJ)
    Gerlach
    Giffords
    Gillibrand
    Gingrey (GA)
    Gohmert
    Gonzalez
    Goodlatte
    Gordon (TN)
    Grayson
    Green, Al
    Green, Gene
    Griffith
    Guthrie
    Gutierrez
    Hall (NY)
    Hall (TX)
    Halvorson
    Hare
    Harman
    Harper
    Hastings (FL)
    Hastings (WA)
    Heinrich
    Heller
    Herger
    Higgins
    Hill
    Himes
    Hinojosa
    Hirono
    Hodes
    Hoekstra
    Holden
    Holt
    Honda
    Hoyer
    Hunter
    Inglis
    Inslee
    Israel
    Issa
    Jackson (IL)
    Jackson-Lee (TX)
    Jenkins
    Johnson (IL)
    Johnson, E. B.
    Johnson, Sam
    Jordan (OH)
    Kanjorski
    Kaptur
    Kennedy
    Kildee
    Kilroy
    Kind
    King (IA)
    King (NY)
    Kingston
    Kirk
    Kirkpatrick (AZ)
    Kissell
    Klein (FL)
    Kline (MN)
    Kosmas
    Kratovil
    Lamborn
    Lance
    Langevin
    Larsen (WA)
    Larson (CT)
    Latham
    LaTourette
    Latta
    Lee (NY)
    Levin
    Lewis (CA)
    Lewis (GA)
    Linder
    Lipinski
    LoBiondo
    Loebsack
    Lofgren, Zoe
    Lowey
    Lucas
    Luetkemeyer
    Luján
    Lummis
    Lungren, Daniel E.
    Lynch
    Mack
    Maffei
    Maloney
    Manzullo
    Marchant
    Markey (CO)
    Markey (MA)
    Marshall
    Massa
    Matheson
    Matsui
    McCarthy (CA)
    McCarthy (NY)
    McCaul
    McClintock
    McCotter
    McGovern
    McHenry
    McHugh
    McIntyre
    McKeon
    McMahon
    McMorris Rodgers
    McNerney
    Meek (FL)
    Meeks (NY)
    Melancon
    Mica
    Michaud
    Miller (FL)
    Miller (MI)
    Miller (NC)
    Minnick
    Mitchell
    Mollohan
    Moore (KS)
    Moran (KS)
    Murphy (CT)
    Murphy, Patrick
    Murphy, Tim
    Murtha
    Myrick
    Nadler (NY)
    Napolitano
    Neal (MA)
    Neugebauer
    Nunes
    Nye
    Oberstar
    Obey
    Olson
    Ortiz
    Pallone
    Pascrell
    Pastor (AZ)
    Paulsen
    Pelosi
    Pence
    Perlmutter
    Perriello
    Peters
    Peterson
    Petri
    Pingree (ME)
    Pitts
    Platts
    Poe (TX)
    Polis (CO)
    Pomeroy
    Posey
    Price (GA)
    Price (NC)
    Putnam
    Radanovich
    Rangel
    Rehberg
    Reichert
    Reyes
    Richardson
    Rodriguez
    Roe (TN)
    Rogers (AL)
    Rogers (KY)
    Rogers (MI)
    Rohrabacher
    Rooney
    Ros-Lehtinen
    Roskam
    Ross
    Rothman (NJ)
    Roybal-Allard
    Royce
    Ruppersberger
    Rush
    Ryan (OH)
    Ryan (WI)
    Salazar
    Sánchez, Linda T.
    Sarbanes
    Scalise
    Schakowsky
    Schauer
    Schiff
    Schmidt
    Schock
    Schrader
    Schwartz
    Scott (GA)
    Scott (VA)
    Sensenbrenner
    Serrano
    Sessions
    Sestak
    Shea-Porter
    Sherman
    Shimkus
    Shuler
    Shuster
    Simpson
    Sires
    Skelton
    Slaughter
    Smith (NE)
    Smith (NJ)
    Smith (TX)
    Smith (WA)
    Souder
    Space
    Speier
    Spratt
    Stearns
    Stupak
    Sullivan
    Sutton
    Tanner
    Tauscher
    Taylor
    Teague
    Terry
    Thompson (CA)
    Thompson (MS)
    Thompson (PA)
    Thornberry
    Tiberi
    Tierney
    Titus
    Tonko
    Towns
    Tsongas
    Turner
    Upton
    Van Hollen
    Velázquez
    Visclosky
    Walden
    Walz
    Wamp
    Wasserman Schultz
    Watt
    Waxman
    Weiner
    Welch
    Westmoreland
    Wexler
    Whitfield
    Wilson (OH)
    Wilson (SC)
    Wittman
    Wolf
    Wu
    Yarmuth
    Young (AK)
    Young (FL)


    —- NAYS    5 —

    Kucinich
    Moore (WI)
    Paul
    Rahall
    Waters


    —- ANSWERED “PRESENT”    22 —

    Abercrombie
    Blumenauer
    DeFazio
    Dingell
    Edwards (MD)
    Ellison
    Farr
    Grijalva
    Hinchey
    Johnson (GA)
    Kilpatrick (MI)
    Lee (CA)
    McCollum
    McDermott
    Miller, George
    Moran (VA)
    Olver
    Payne
    Sanchez, Loretta
    Stark
    Watson
    Woolsey


    —- NOT VOTING    16 —

    Baird
    Berry
    Boucher
    Brown (SC)
    Delahunt
    Gallegly
    Granger
    Graves
    Hensarling
    Herseth Sandlin
    Jones
    Kagen
    Shadegg
    Snyder
    Solis (CA)
    Tiahrt

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    Jimmy Carter: An Unnecessary War

    Posted by dlt on January 11, 2009

    By: Jimmy Carter Source: Washington Post Published: 01.08.2009

    I know from personal involvement that the devastating invasion of Gaza by Israel could easily have been avoided. After visiting Sderot last April and seeing the serious psychological damage caused by the rockets that had fallen in that area, my wife, Rosalynn, and I declared their launching from Gaza to be inexcusable and an act of terrorism. Although casualties were rare (three deaths in seven years), the town was traumatized by the unpredictable explosions. About 3,000 residents had moved to other communities, and the streets, playgrounds and shopping centers were almost empty. Mayor Eli Moyal assembled a group of citizens in his office to meet us and complained that the government of Israel was not stopping the rockets, either through diplomacy or military action.

    Read the rest of this entry »

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    Info from Mezan Center for Human Rights

    Posted by dlt on January 11, 2009

    Here are some newsworthy items out of Gaza that are unlikely to be making it to the Western presses. The recipient who forward this information received it directly from one of the staff of the Mezan Center for Human Rights.

    1. Israel has begun a new policy in Gaza in the past two days called the “roof knock”. This is when a “small” rocket is fired from Israeli military aircraft that is strong enough to blast open the roof of a targeted building. It is sent as a “warning message” to the building’s inhabitants giving them between 2 and 3 minutes to evacuate before the building is completely destroyed. A number of cases of this new technique have been reported recently.

    2. While the UN continues to claim that “only” 25% of the casualties from the attacks on Gaza are civilian, the Mezan Center for Human Rights (known for the care it takes not to overstate the numbers and for its strict verification policies) estimates that the number of civilian casualties is approximately 85%. In particular, the number of children has increased to over 200, and the number of women has surpassed 75. One reason for the lower civilian casualty figures used by the UN has to do with the reluctance to consider men other than the elderly and sick as non-combatants. In fact the overwhelming majority of men killed in “Operation Cast Lead” up to now have been non-combatants, including fathers, teachers, shopkeepers, construction workers, laborers, students, as well as the civil policemen. The vast majority are not “Hamas militants.” Note that the civil police are considered ‘non-combatants’ under international law and are therefore not ‘legitimate’ targets in any military confrontation any more than traffic cops or firemen.

    3. The UN announced this evening that “almost everyone in the Gaza Strip” is now in need of humanitarian aid. Indeed, even those with adequate food supplies are a) handing out what they have to people in “shelters” (which have been targeted consistently by Israeli war machines in the past); Even those with adequate food supplies are b) unable to obtain bread anywhere. Many are using rice or spaghetti to substitute for carbohydrates—when these are availabe and when there is water and electricity to allow for cooking these items.

    4. There are widespread reports now of forced evacuations of entire neighborhoods of people who go mainly to nearby schools or other public buildings not yet destroyed. These are considered no more secure than their homes but remain the only other places to go (other than to move into crowded dwellings with relatives; or places no more secure than their own homes). The congregation of so many people in these enclosed spaces increases the likelihood of major civilian casualties when airstrikes target the area.

    PLEASE PROTEST THESE AND OTHER ACTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES AND ISRAEL, TWO COUNTRIES THAT CLAIM THE WHOLESALE DESTRUCTION OF A PEOPLE IS A MATTER OF ‘SELF DEFENSE’.

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    Depleted uranium found in Gaza victims

    Posted by dlt on January 6, 2009

    By: Staff Source: PRESSTV Published: 01.04.2009

    Medics tell Press TV they have found traces of depleted uranium in some Gaza residents wounded in Israel’s ground offensive on the strip.

    Norwegian medics told Press TV correspondent Akram al-Sattari that some of the victims who have been wounded since Israel began its attacks on the Gaza Strip on December 27 have traces of depleted uranium in their bodies.

    The report comes after Israeli tanks and troops swept across the border into Gaza on Saturday night, opening a ground operation after eight days of intensive attacks (www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=79964&…) by Israeli air and naval forces on the impoverished region.

    Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned on Sunday that the wide-ranging ground offensive in the Gaza Strip would be “full of surprises.”

    A ground offensive in the densely-populated Gaza is expected to drastically increase the death toll of the civilian population.

    The latest assaults bring the number of Palestinians killed to over 488 with 2790 others wounded. The UN says that about 25 percent of the casualties were civilian deaths – including at least 34 children.

    According to Israeli army officials, at least 30 of its soldiers have been wounded since the start of the ground campaign.

    Amid global condemnation of the ongoing violence in the region, the UN Security Council failed to agree on a united approach to resolve the crisis.

    “Once again, the world is watching in dismay the dysfunctionality of the Security Council,” UN General Assembly chief Miguel d’Escoto said Sunday.

    According to diplomatic sources, the US blocked a Security Council resolution, with US Deputy Ambassador Alejandro Wolff arguing that an official statement that criticizes both Israel and Hamas would not be helpful.

    The White House has so far declined to comment on whether an Israeli ground incursion into Gaza is a justified measure.

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    YouTube and Photos from Seattle Gaza protest

    Posted by dlt on January 6, 2009

    Photos:  seattle.indymedia.org/en/2009/01/270726…

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