“Out of Afghanistan Caucus” formed in US Congress; US actors, intellectuals protest Obama ‘crimes’; Stop the $33 Billion for Afghanistan, send a message here, now.

House Representative John Conyers has formed the Out of Afghanistan Caucus. Please ask your Representatives to join the Caucus. We at Out of Central Asia Now blog applaud House Member Conyers attempt to End the War(s) in Central Asia. Read the Principles of the Caucus Here.

Have Your Member of Congress join John Conyer's new Out of Afghanistan Caucus

YOUR ACTION NOW: Email: Urge your Members of Congress to support the Feingold-McGovern-Jones Bill, click here.

Call: 1-888-543-5234 (toll-free number established by FCNL) connects you with the Capitol Switchboard.

Full Page Ad to appear Friday “CRIMES ARE CRIMES, NO MATTER WHO DOES THEM”

War Crimes are continuing under President Obama's reign, George W. Bush was GUILTY, so is President Obama

US actors, intellectuals protest Obama ‘crimes’

    From Breitbart.com: US actors and liberal intellectuals joined a list to be published Friday of nearly 2,000 people accusing President Barack Obama of allowing human rights violations and war crimes.
    “Crimes are crimes, no matter who does them,” the statement reads over pictures of Obama and his predecessor George W. Bush due to appear in the New York Review of Books.

    The statement, published as a paid advertisement, accuses Obama, who was elected in 2008 with the enthusiastic support of US liberals, of continuing Bush’s controversial approach to human rights in Iraq and Afghanistan, and in domestic security.

    It takes aim especially at Obama’s decision — reported by US officials — to authorize the killing of a radical Islamic cleric and US citizen Anwar al-Awlaki, who is accused of ties to Al-Qaeda in Yemen. “In some respects this is worse than Bush,” the statement says. “First, because Obama has claimed the right to assassinate American citizens whom he suspects of ‘terrorism,’ merely on the grounds of his own suspicion or that of the CIA, something Bush never claimed publicly.”

    Among the signatories are linguist Noam Chomsky, “L.A. Confidential” actor James Cromwell, actor Mark Ruffalo and prominent Bush-era anti-war protestor Cindy Sheehan. By midday Thursday there were 1,804 signatures. They also lambast Obama for having refused “to prosecute any members of the Bush regime who are responsible for war crimes, including some who admitted to waterboarding and other forms of torture, thereby making their actions acceptable for him.”

No More Money for the Wars, support our states in the United States, they are BROKE. Bring the money home, End the War, NOW:

Write to your Member of Congress today: Click here to support the Feingold-McGovern-Jones bill to set a Withdrawal Date of our Troops in Afghanistan, view this video. It is up to YOU. And Thank You Justforeignpolicy.org for putting this video together.

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