GUEST: Kim Carlyle, homesteader, army veteran, president of Veterans For Peace Chapter 099, and editor of the War Crimes Times, talks about his groundbreaking veterans' publication.
One of the advantages of War Crimes Times is that it tells it like it is. So many Americans just don't want to think of what war crimes are, or how our government is so deeply involved with international criminal behavior.
Read War Crimes Times at:"Few of us can easily surrender our belief that society must somehow make sense. The thought that the state has lost its mind and is punishing so many innocent people is intolerable. And so the evidence has to be internally denied." - Arthur Miller
How does the Charter of the
So what comes to mind? The illegal invasion of countries that posed no imminent threat to our own? The mass bombings of civilians? The use of white phosphorus and depleted uranium on noncombatants? The torture of prisoners all over the Middle East and at Guantanamo? The drone assassinations now employed all over the world? Take your pick; your government is guilty of them all.