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How can you resist the age of drones?

by   | January 10, 2013

A protest outside of the arraignment of the Beale 5 on January 8, 2013. (Photo: Guarionex Delgado)

A protest outside of the arraignment of the Beale 5 on January 8, 2013. (WNV/Guarionex Delgado)

On Monday President Obama nominated his counterterrorism chief, John O. Brennan, to head the Central Intelligence Agency. Though some civil liberties groups and other critics have raised questions about Brennan’s involvement in the CIA’s practice of torture during the Bush administration, relatively less has been said about his primarily responsibility during President Obama’s first term: accelerating and institutionalizing the U.S. drones program and its  “disposition matrix”  — as the government’s sanitizing parlance puts it — which has included setting weekly drone kill lists. Click here to read more.  Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedin

David Hartsough’s Statement Protesting Drone Attacks

from the Positive Peace Warrior Network (PPWN) web site , November 2012

David Hartsough

David Hartsough is a lifelong nonviolent activist, having participated in the lunch-counter sit-ins during the Civil Rights Movement, and is STILL a committed activist, participating in demonstrations and risking arrest in the name of peace and justice. He has also been a major supporter of our work at PPWN. PPWN honors all of our elders, but gives special appreciation to elders like David, who not only celebrates the work he did decades ago, but is still engaged in the struggle today. We have much to learn from the commitment of people like him. On October 30th of this year, David was arrested again (he has over 125 arrests on his rap sheet!), this time protesting the use of Drones by the US Military at Beale Air Force Base. He is now facing federal charges. Continue reading Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedin