Following the rally and terrorist attack by fascists in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Donald Trump's subsequent defense of the white supremacists, massive demonstrations have continued in cities and towns across the country.
In response to Donald Trump's extreme, aggressive rhetoric and threats directed towards the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea), demonstrations were held in several cities to protest the drive to war.
Following the neo-Nazi rally and terrorist attack in Charlottesville that took the life of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer, demonstrators poured into the streets across the country to protest white supremacists and Donald Trump's public defense of them.
It is high time to end the Korean War and to move toward peace and reconciliation.
"We are united in our fervent desire for a peaceful, just resolution of the extremely dangerous conflict on the Korean peninsula"
Register now for this important webinar taking place on August 30 featuring a report-back from the U.S. Solidarity Peace Delegation to South Korea.
Donald Trump's infamous "fire and fury" statement has made it absolutely clear that the United States, not North Korea, is the aggressor.
The last time the United States was invaded by a foreign power was the War of 1812, but for Koreans the memory of war is very fresh.
Thanks to the extreme anti-immigrant racism of the Trump administration and the bipartisan endorsement of the U.S. Congress, Kelly is now the chief enforcer of the Trump agenda.
The mass civilian killings in Mosul reveals that U.S. imperialism still has the same mind-set that killed millions of innocents in Vietnam, Korea and elsewhere around the world.