Okinawans and US organizations urged members of Congress to support their demands to close these dangerous and destructive US military bases, which only serve the interests of war profiteers.
Writings on war by author Dee Knight
Ukraine’s current leadership and its U.S./NATO backers would like to avoid a settlement that reflects the demographic and historical reality of the country. But this is precisely one key issue that should guide negotiations for a peace agreement. A peace agreement reflecting Russia’s legitimate concerns (voiced for many months and years) would establish a viable basis of cooperation by Russia with Ukraine and with Europe.
Newsletter: Setting the record straight on the proxy war in Ukraine seems crucial to me now.
Half-hour talk on the war crisis, given to northern Minnesota DSA and Veterans For Peace, based on my Covert Action Magazine article series.
Joe Biden “sparked a global uproar” on March 26, declaring Russian President Vladimir Putin “cannot remain in power.”
“Shock and awe” was George Bush’s name for his “Desert Storm” attack on Iraq in 1990-91. A UN report described it as “near apocalyptic.”
US and allied nations sought to isolate Russia at an emergency United Nations Security Council meeting over the Ukraine crisis.
Two-part interview on KOOP.org Radio, Austin, Texas. Pedro Gatos in conversation with Dee Knight on the crisis in Ukraine.
Dee Knight spoke January 26, 2022, on Sputnik Radio about the war hysteria focused on Ukraine. What’s it about?
Threats and counter-threats flying between Washington and Moscow over Ukraine have caused a flurry of fear and confusion.
We are challenged not merely to avoid falling for official lies, but to actively organize our class to stop the war machine.
I may write about many different books here, but the top two for now are Crash Course: from the Good War to the Forever War, by H. Bruce Franklin, and Turn the Guns Around: Mutinies, Soldier Revolts and Revolutions,?by my friend John Catalinotto, an organizer of the...
The world changed and I changed forever in 1968. It was really like a tidal wave. I was swept up in a torrent of change.
The recent fawning canonization of George HW Bush (senior) on the occasion of his death was really too much for me. So I appreciate the comments of Glen Ford of Blackagendareport.com. He said, in part:? The daily whitewashing of imperial crimes that masquerades as...
Turn the Guns Around: Mutinies, Soldier Revolts and Revolutions,?by my friend John Catalinotto, an organizer of the American Servicemen's Union (ASU). I'll post my review (below) of this hugely important book, and am likely to refer to it from time to time. In some...