PEACE! NOBODY WANTS ANY
WHO CAN DECLARE WAR?
compiled by Dee Finney
|3-13-02 - DREAM - I was in a large city. I was supposed to
meet some people for dinner, but wasn't appropriately dressed, so I took a
shortcut through a large mall to get to my home to find some proper dinner
This seems very strange now, but my nose was to the floor and I had a red crayon and I was making my passage by drawing a wide red line down the hallway floor. Others had done this before me, so this was not unusual. I just widened the line and left my mark as I went. I was hoping nobody was watching me from behind though.
I looked at my crayon and it was about 1/2 way worn down when I reached home.
When I reached home at the end of the mall, it was more like an office. There was a clothing rack with hooks on it where my clothes were supposed to be, but all that was there was a supply of empty triangular hangars.
There was a vine wrapped around the clothing rack, so I unwound it and was going to take it with me because it was mine, but I didn't want to deprive others of looking at it, so I left it there.
There were some small plants there too I put into small containers to get rooted.
I was really hungry but my mother refused to feed me, though she was feeding the others in the area, but I had some money in my pocket. I knew I wasn't going to starve. I could buy my own food.
I decided I would help with the dishes before I left, even if I didn't eat anything. There were two 9" square glass baking dishes on the floor that people had to jump over to get past, so I picked them up to put them into the sink, which was like one of those large double-wide deep laundry tubs people have in their basements.
I also saw empty glass mayonnaise jars and 2 empty metal wastepaper baskets in the tubs which I took out and put into the floor so they could be used appropriately.
A tall, blonde guy came past to go to an office nearby. He spoke with a German accent. He said to me as he passed by, "You know nobody cares if there is war as long as they have their sports."
I understood what he meant. Our soldiers were off at war in another country, and we just kept watching football and basketball like there was nothing going on.
We knew there was a war going on, but we didn't know how it got started. I said, "Who really gets to declare war?"
Nobody knew, so we were going to look it up in the encyclopedia.
We went outside then and were standing in an alleyway near a small grove of trees. The German man, myself, and another young woman were standing there, trying to understand how wars get started when an older gray and ugly yellow station wagon came down the alley. A middle-aged man bellowed something out the window of the car which we couldn't understand as he went by. His voice was loud and intense like he was angry.
The car pulled to a stop overlooking the edge of what was either Lake Michigan or the ocean. I just know it was a beachhead type of area. We heard him bellow the same word across the water but we still couldn't understand him.
We avoided him by walking to the other side of the grove of trees so he couldn't run us over with his old car as he went by. Twice ore he went by bellowing something we couldn't understand.
We kept hiding in the trees so he couldn't hit us.
Finally he got out of his car and walked past us. Now that he was walking, we could understand him, but still - in an angry voice, he bellowed - "PEACE! NOBODY WANTS ANY!"
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Congressional Declaration of War
On the morning of Dec. 11 the Government of Germany, pursuing its course of world conquest, declared war against the
United States. The long-known and the long-expected has thus taken place. The forces endeavoring to enslave the entire world now
are moving toward this hemisphere. Never before has there been a greater challenge to life, liberty and civilization. Delay invites great
danger. Rapid and united effort by all of the peoples of the world who are determined to remain free will insure a world victory of the
forces of justice and of righteousness over the forces of savagery and of barbarism. Italy also has declared war against the United
Remembering the Forgotten War: Korea, 1950-1953
Many soldiers felt a lack of support for their efforts from the general population. The United
Persian Gulf War or Gulf War, Jan.–Feb., 1991, armed conflict between Iraq and a coalition of 32 nations including the United States, Britain, Egypt, France, and Saudi Arabia. It originated with Iraq's invasion of Kuwait on Aug. 2, 1990; Iraq then annexed Kuwait, which it had long claimed. Iraqi president Saddam Hussein declared that the invasion was a response to overproduction of oil in Kuwait, which had cost
Kosovo: President Clinton was in violation of the War Powers Act which makes this war indisputably illegal. The "peacekeeping" force on the south border of Yugoslavia
expanded to 50,000 and was openly described by policy makers as a potential invasion force. The US Air Force
cancelled all retirements and
Russia, China, and India called for an immediate end to the bombing as
did numerous other countries.
The peacekeeping forces, under NATO auspices lasted 78 days.
Afghanistan: The War on Terrorism
One week after the tragedies in New York and Washington,
on September 11, 2001, the United States prepared to wage a war against terrorism. "I want justice," declared President Bush. He vowed to go after countries that harbor and help terrorists.
Almost immediately after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, President George W Bush declared that America was at war with,
'an enemy with no
How did this poor, drought- ridden nation become the U.S.'s main target?
More than three weeks later, having selected their enemy, the US and UK military
launched air strikes against Afghanistan. Yet
President Bush Declared a Humanitarian Emergency in Afghanistan On September 28, 2001, President Bush declared a humanitarian emergency in Afghanistan and authorized an immediate $25 million in
WITNESS TO EXECUTION
When asked where I was going, I told the cab driver, "to Gaza to see the Palestinians." He responded, "Why do you want to see those animals." His were the first words I heard from the mouth of an Israeli when I entered through fashionable Elate on the Red Sea.
I am writing from inside the world's largest gulag, living with those Palestinians many Israeli consider sub-human and expendable. Since I came to Gaza it has been bombed every day, sometimes more than once, and not a day has passed when Palestinian women and children did not die. One pre-dawn morning I watched and photographed some of the 42 guided missiles launched on government buildings where I had only days before walked; four died, and 30 were injured, about one per missile. I photographed the inside of the bombed out school buildings and a prison bombed again this week. I have been forced to
observe the deliberate executions of Palestinians every day from my rented flat, done with American provided weapons. I will never again hear the slapping sound of a helicopter rotor without thinking of the
people here, for I heard from my own rooftop what they may hear just before they are destroyed.
Because I have an American passport and have little here to be confiscated, I can probably always get out of Gaza. I may not always find it easy to get in, but I am not a prisoner. The Palestinians have more to lose; they are trapped in this Israeli Gulag that was created by others for them, and over which they have no control. Some are trapped here by lack of resources to leave; I knew that before I came to Gaza. But now I have learned there is a more important reason why they cannot leave, even when they might be
killed if they stay. They are bound to stay here by the most positive aspects of their culture. What is good and noble about the Palestinians is also that which keeps them here. It dictates that they should stay, regardless of cost; it is their sense of family and children.
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