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Hancock Litany for Good Friday

Written by Jack Gilroy…www.bensalmon.org Good Friday Prayer for 174th Attack Wing Video by Judy Bello Men of the 174th Attack Wing, Stop the Killing Women of the 174th Attack Wing, Stop the Killing Men & Women of the 174th Attack Wing, Stop Drone Crucifixions Men & women of the 174th Attack Wing,—Leave the Military People of Iraq Forgive us our Killer Drones People of Afghanistan Forgive us our Killer Drones People of Pakistan Forgive us our Killer Drones People of

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DRONE WARRIORS: Say Hello to the DoD’s $125,000 Ostrich Feather

by Joe Scarry, cross-posted from Scarry Thoughts In ancient Egypt, there was a highly-developed idea of how to assess the deep meaning of thoughts and acts during life. “The critical scene depicting the weighing of the heart, in the Book of the Dead, shows Anubis performing a measurement that determined whether the person was worthy of entering the realm of the dead (the underworld, known as Duat). By weighing the heart of a deceased person against Ma’at (or “truth”), who

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Dead Syrian Children and Drones on the Wing

Dead Syrian Children and Drones on the Wing by Judy Bello rePosted from The Deconstructed Globe Recently the Pentagon admitted to killing two  Syrian children in a drone attack last fall when they bombed a group of al Qaeda fighters  in the suburbs of the Syrian city of Aleppo.   Someone from the press asked me if I thought this was a sign of increasing transparency.   A  few of my remarks were quoted in the ensuing article, which I have linked

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Taking Responsibility for Drone Killings

Taking Responsibility for Drone Killings President Obama and the Fog of War by Brian Terrell, reprinted from Voices for Creative Nonviolence When President Barack Obama apologized on April 23 to the families of Warren Weinstein and Giovanni Lo Porto, an American and an Italian, both hostages killed in a drone attack in Pakistan in January, he blamed their tragic deaths on the “fog of war.” “This operation was fully consistent with the guidelines under which we conduct counterterrorism efforts in

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