Young Filipinos opposed to the US war on Iraq

Archive for March, 2004

GMA, Bush To Face War Crimes Tribunal

By Dabet Castaeda
Bulatlat.com

President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (GMA) joins U.S. President George Bush, Jr. and British Prime Minister Tony Blair in facing an indictment planned to be brought before an international peoples tribunal for the war against Iraq launched on March 20 last year. Filipino lawyers will join international prosecutors in the trial slated this year.
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On the Streets of Iraq: A Review of Musikang Bayan’s Songs for Peace

by Dennis Espada
Bulatlat.com

Music is incomparable as a medium for chronicling history. In every piece of uniquely-assembled notes and lyrics, a composer can accurately depict the nature of both war and peace. This is what the alternative cultural group Musikang Bayan (Peoples Music) has done in its new album called Songs for Peace.
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Sa Pagbagsak ng Pro-US na si Aznar, Pagkatalo ni Arroyo, Inaasahan –Gabriela

“Nagsisimula nang magbayad ang mga tuta ng Estados Unidos.”

Ito ang obserbasyon ni GABRIELA Womens Partylist President at 1st Nominee na si Liza Largoza Maza, kasabay ng pagpapahayag nito na sa kabila ng mga nilulutong sarbey ay tiyak na rin ang pagkatalo ni Gng. Arroyo sa darating na halalan sa Mayo.
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One Year After: Continuing Genocide

By Filipino Youth for Peace

On the first anniversary of the US air strikes on Iraq, we young Filipino peace advocates remember how a year ago, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo tried all manners of deceit in an effort to convince us of the supposed justness of these attacks. She was the US spokesperson in the Philippines, mouthing the White Houses line that the war on Iraq was meant to eliminate erstwhile Iraqi leader Saddam Husseins supposed stockpile of weapons of mass destruction and thereby preempt his terroristic plots.
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