End Drone Warfare! No War on Syria! – Anti-War Protests and Conference

Saturday, September 28th & Sunday, September 29th
Regional Anti-War Protest and Conference
End Drone Warfare!  No War on Syria!
with Iraq Veterans Against the War, US Palestinian Community Network, Syrian American Forum, ANSWER Chicago, & Anti-War Committee – Chicago

Midwest Action Against Drones
March on Boeing
No Killer Drone for Boeing
No New Wars on Syria and Iran
Money for Jobs, Healthcare, and Education, Not for War

Sat., Sep. 28
3:00 p.m.
Millennium Park, Chicago
(Northwest Corner of Columbus & Monroe)

Preparations for war are still moving ahead, despite the diplomatic turn that was caused by overwhelming opposition from the U.S. public and the international community. We are holding a regional anti-war protest in Chicago to tell the politicians:

No U.S. War on Syria

At the same time as the U.S. is preparing for war on Syria, and despite the growing controversy about the use of drones, the Obama administration has made it clear that the drone wars are not ending soon.

End Drone Warfare Abroad & Drone Spying at Home

The U.S. is already engaged in numerous wars.  While the occupation of Iraq has ended, and we have “only” 60,500 troops in Afghanistan, the addiction to war hasn’t ended.  For example, we are not “at war” with Pakistan or Yemen, but as many as 4000 people, including several hundred children, have been killed there by U.S. drone strikes.

In Chicago, the Boeing Company is vying for a contract with the Navy for a new combat drone – a contract that they say they must win to stay competitive among arms manufacturers.

It’s time to end the drone wars, not prepare to build another generation of deadly weapons.
Conference:  Building the movement against war and drones
Sun., Sep. 29
Chicago/Kent College of Law, 565 W. Adams


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