Monthly Archives: April 2013

17th – 19th May 2013 Global Weekend of Action on the Guantánamo Hunger Strike

 Earth Almost all of the remaining 166 prisoners at Guantánamo Bay have been on hunger strike since around 6 February. Held for over 11 years, more than half of the prisoners have been cleared for release and only 6 face … Continue reading

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ACCOUNTING FOR WAR Invitation to attend a press-conference John McDonnell MP, Annie Machon and Chris Coverdale from Make Wars History invite you to a Press Conference Tuesday April 23rd, 10.30 – 12.00 1 Parliament St, London SW1   Parliament kills … Continue reading

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Make Wars History is resuming public activity as of April 2013.

There is a need within the anti-war and peace movement for a group with objects to end war by the application of the international laws of war, according to which the use of armed force to settle international disputes and … Continue reading

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What will it take to persuade the Queen to obey the law?

“War between nations was renounced by the signatories of the Kellogg-Briand Treaty. This means that it has become throughout practically the entire world an illegal thing. Hereafter, when nations engage in armed conflict, either one or both of them must … Continue reading

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We can end war within minutes

We can end war within minutes … if we make the right decisions    “ No State or group of States has the right to intervene, directly or indirectly, for any reason whatever, in the internal or external affairs of … Continue reading

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Letter to an employer about not paying tax

Letter to an employer Dear Sir, It has been brought to my attention that British taxpayers are breaking the law. I have received legal advice that (i) the actions of the U.K. Government in waging war in Afghanistan and Iraq … Continue reading

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