<>Drone strikes killing children.

Two pilots are sitting in an air-conditioned windowless room in New Mexico.

Before them sit an array of 14 computer monitors and four keyboards.

6,250 miles away, 10,000 kilometers, the pilots are controlling a Predator drone that is circling lazily in a figure eight pattern over Afghanistan. 

Those about to kill are observing a crude house made of mud when the order is given to launch a laser guided Hellfire missile at the target.

With just seconds to go till impact, a small child walks out from behind one of the corners of the structure.

A flash on the control screen confirms the impact and explosion, with parts of the structure collapsing and the child disappearing.
Killing children
Two pilots are sitting in an air-conditioned windowless room in New Mexico.
Before them sit an array of 14 computer monitors and four keyboards.
6,250 miles away, 10,000 kilometers, the pilots are controlling a Predator drone that is circling lazily in a figure eight pattern over Afghanistan.
Those about to kill are observing a crude house made of mud when the order is given to launch a laser guided Hellfire missile at the target.
With just seconds to go till impact, a small child walks out from behind one of the corners of the structure.
A flash on the control screen confirms the impact and explosion, with parts of the structure collapsing and the child disappearing.
"Did we just kill a kid?" the co-pilot killer asks the second killer.
"Yeah, I guess that was a kid," the pilot killer replies.
Confirmation as to whether or not a missile strike had just been carried out on a child was requested.
"No. That was a dog," comes the anonymous response from a military command center.
The pilot killers review the video of the drone strike that has just taken place.
A dog on two legs?
One of the pilots is no longer in the Air Force, declining to renew his enlistment contract when it was up.
After 6,000 flight hours and six years of military service he says:
"I saw men, women and children die during that time.
I never thought I would kill that many people.
In fact, I thought I couldn’t kill anyone at all."
He has since been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder by doctors with the Veterans’ Administration.
Killing children
Drone strikes killing rescue workers - a war crime.

An MQ-9 Reaper at Creech Air Force Base, Nevada.

The Bureau and the Sunday Times published evidence in February showing that the CIA has deliberately targeted rescuers and funeral-goers in Pakistan.

The other strike killed four people, whose names were not immediately known, and reportedly involved the targeting of rescuers - a war crime.

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A war crime
Drone strikes killing rescue workers - a war crime.

US drone killing attacks statistics 2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012.

The Bureau and the Sunday Times published evidence in February showing that the CIA has deliberately targeted rescuers and funeral-goers in Pakistan.

The other strike killed four people, whose names were not immediately known, and reportedly involved the targeting of rescuers - a war crime.

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Yemen
The Drone Papers
Drone strikes killing rescue workers - a war crime.

US drone killing attacks statistics 2007-2008-2009-2010-2011-2012.

The Bureau and the Sunday Times published evidence in February showing that the CIA has deliberately targeted rescuers and funeral-goers in Pakistan.

The other strike killed four people, whose names were not immediately known, and reportedly involved the targeting of rescuers - a war crime.

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Children killed by drone strike
Three children killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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Portrait of a Drone Killer:
‘I Have a Duty, and I Execute My Duty’
by William Grigg
July 30, 2012
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One wonders if drone pilot Col. D. Scott Brenton listens to Louis Armstrong in the suburban Air National Guard Base in Syracuse from which he murders people 7,000 miles away.
Brenton tells the New York Times:
"I see mothers with children, I see fathers with children, I see fathers with mothers, I see kids playing soccer."
Drone operators see their intended targets 'wake up in the morning, do their work, go to sleep at night,' explains Dave, another high-tech murderer who killed from an office cockpit at Nevada’s Creech Air Force Base and who now trains new recruits to the cyber-killer corps at New Mexico’s Holloman Air Force Base.
When instructed to kill someone he has stalked from the air for a prolonged period:
"I feel no emotional attachment to the enemy.
I have a duty, and I execute my duty."
When the deed is done, he points out, nobody "in my immediate environment is aware of anything that has occurred."
Another drone operator named Will insists:
"There was a good reason for killing the people that I did, and I go through it in my head over and over and over."
Will — like Dave — served a deskbound 'combat' tour at Creech and now trains others to do likewise at Holloman Air Base.
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Campaign to 'humanize' state functionaries who murder by remote control
Like the soldier Bates in Henry V, it’s sufficient for Will — and others of his ilk — to render obedience to their Leader, confident that 'if his cause be wrong, our obedience to the king wipes the crime of it out of us.'
The more concise and notorious formula, of course, is:  We are only obeying orders.
Besides, drone operators — who insist on being called 'combat pilots' — are carrying out an indispensable function by picking off Afghan 'militants' — or at least those 'suspected' of such tendencies — who unreasonably resent the presence of foreign military personnel in their country.
The New York Times profile is part of a campaign by the state-aligned media to 'humanize' the state functionaries who murder by remote control.
And to normalize this mode of mass murder as drones become part of the domestic apparatus of surveillance, regimentation, and repression.
Readers are invited to share the anguish of these conflicted people, who for reasons of duty have to do terrible but necessary things.
In her book 'Eichmann in Jerusalem,' Hannah Arendt offered a glimpse into the mindset of SS personnel who were given a somewhat similar assignment.
Father cries over son killed by Obama in drone strike
To carry out their killing errand, she explained, something had to be done 'to overcome not so much their conscience as the animal pity by which all normal men are affected in the presence of physical suffering.'
"The trick used by Himmler ... was very simple and probably very effective.
It consisted in turning these instincts around, as it were, in directing them toward the self.
So that instead of saying: 'What horrible things I did to people!, the murderers would be able to say: 'What horrible things I had to watch in the pursuance of my duties, how heavily the task weighed upon my shoulders!'"
Not everybody attached to the Regime’s Cyber-Killing Corps is haunted by the horrors he has inflicted on defenseless people halfway around the world.
In a 2009 U.S. Naval Academy lecture, Dr. P.W. Singer of the Brookings Institution made reference to what he called 'predator porn' — footage of drone attacks proudly circulated by the people who committed those acts.
In a typical offering, Dr. Singer relates:
"A Hellfire missile drops, goes in, and hits the target, followed by an explosion and bodies tossed into the air."
Singer described one clip of that kind, sent to him by a joystick-wielding assassin, that 'was set to music, the pop song 'I Just Want to Fly' by the band Sugar Ray.'
One deskbound drone jockey told Singer.
"It's like a videogame.   It can get a little bloodthirsty.   But it's f****g cool."
Singer describes asking a drone pilot, 'what it was like to fight insurgents in Iraq while based in Nevada.'
He said:
"You are going to war for 12 hours, shooting weapons at targets, directing kills on enemy combatants, and then you get in the car and you drive home.
And within 20 minutes, you're sitting at the dinner table talking to your kids about their homework."
Meanwhile, somewhere in Iraq (or Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, or another country yet to be identified), other families are desperately looking through the rubble of their own homes in search of survivors.
Children killed by Obama
Most Americans pay little heed to the killing
Although drone strikes occur daily, most Americans pay little heed to them.
Beyond occasionally taking inconsolable offense when a dissident publicly describes them as acts of murder,
and insults Obama by daring to compare him to less prolific killers.
This may change soon.
As the Times points out, the Pentagon — driven by 'a near insatiable demand for drones' — is training hundreds of operators to join the corps of more than 1,300 currently stationed at more than a dozen bases across the country.
Surveillance drones operated by domestic police agencies are already plying the skies above us.
Those robot aircraft can be upgraded to airborne weapons platforms, and they soon will.
The people being trained to feel "no emotional attachment" to foreigners designated enemies of the state will feel no particular burden when ordered to kill fellow Americans on that list.
I’m sure that the 'combat pilots' who murdered U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki and his 16-year-old son Abdulrahman would testify to that fact.
That is, if the 'heroes' who committed those acts were man enough to acknowledge their deeds in public.
Drone strike by Obama
Child killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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British Telecon and US drone strikes

BT accused of aiding US lethal drone attacks
Rob Edwards
Sunday 21 July 2013
The UK communications giant, BT, is facing a government investigation for allegedly aiding lethal and illegal US drone strikes in Yemen and Somalia.
The human rights group, Reprieve, has lodged a formal complaint with the UK Government against the company, arguing that it has breached guidelines on responsible business behaviour drawn up by the 34-country Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Reprieve has obtained details of a $23 million deal agreed last September between BT and the US government's Defense Information Systems Agency to connect the US drone base at Camp Lemonnier in African republic Djibouti by fibre-optic cable to RAF Croughton in Northamptonshire, which serves as a major US communications base.
Lemonnier is the main centre for US drone operations outside Afghanistan. It sends Predator and Reaper unmanned aerial vehicles armed with Hellfire missiles on "targeted killing" missions against suspected terrorist cells in Yemen and Somalia.
BT British Telecon helping US in drone strikes.

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No war has been declared
But Reprieve says the attacks violate international law because they are carried out in areas where no war has been declared.
In January, the United Nations launched an investigation into the legality and casualties of the strikes, headed by the special rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism, British barrister Ben Emmerson QC.
According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism at City University in London, confirmed drone strikes in Yemen have killed between 240 and 349 people since 2002, with a further 283-456 left dead by 'possible' strikes.
Between 37 and 97 of those killed were said to be civilians, up to 11 of them children.
There is less information available for Somalia where, since 2007, up to 27 people have been reported killed by drones, maybe 15 of them civilians.
Because the operations are shrouded in secrecy, it is difficult to be certain of the exact death toll.
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Drone killing of innocent civilians by US.

Pakistan tribesmen gather for funeral prayers before the coffins of people killed in a US drone attack in a drone strike June 15 2011 in the North Waziristan village of Tapi, 10 kilometers away from Miranshah. 

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Drone killing of innocent civilians by US.

Pakistan protesters from the United Citizen Action torch a US flag against US drone attacks in the Pakistan tribal areas during a protest in Multan Pakistan on July 14, 2013.

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Protesters from the United Citizen Action torch a US flag against US drone attacks in the tribal areas during a protest in Multan Pakistan on July 14, 2013
Creech 14
Drones are terrorism
Drones are terrorism

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As someone might trespass onto private property to save a child from a burning building, we are trying to stop drone warfare from killing thousands of miles away in Afghanistan Pakistan Yemen.
The Creech 14:
Rev. John Dear
Dennis DuVall
Renee Espeland
Judy Homanich
Kathy Kelly
Rev. Steve Kelly
Mariah Klusmire
Brad Lyttle
Libby Pappalardo
Sister Megan Rice
Brian Terrell
Eve Tetaz
Rev. Louie Vitali
Rev. Jerry Zawada
Sister Megan Rice:  "The evil of killing and destroying people in lands 8,000 miles away, of using bombs targeted by Air Force technicians who control computer-programmed joysticks was and is emblazoned upon my awareness.
I see this form of warfare as an evolution toward human execution fostered in the psyche of a nation by immoral, addictive, excessive and illegal practice of developing more and more nuclear weapons."
Brian Terrel:  "One thing that really is haunting me is that one operator said 'I am 7,000 miles away from the killing. I am 18 inches away from the killing.'
One, being the distance between Creech Air Force Base and Afghanistan and the other the distance between his nose and the computer screen and the video he was seeing of human beings being dismembered.
The 7,000 miles between Creech Air Force Base and Kandahar, Afghanistan is an illusion.
We are very, very close.
The harm is imminent.
The harm is real. "
Transform Now Plowshares — those who have faced prison and are not afraid.
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Drone strike by Obama
Children killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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Drone strike by Obama
Children killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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Drone strike by Obama
Child killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

Illuminati -  CIA - Obama

Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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Drone strike by Obama
Children killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

Illuminati -  CIA - Obama

Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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War criminal Obama.

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Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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Traits of psychopath
 1.   Glibness/superficial charm
 2.   Grandiose sense of self-worth
 3.   Pathological lying
 4.   Cunning/manipulative
 5.   Callous — lack of empathy disguised
 6.   Excitement from others suffering disguised
 7.   Lack of remorse or guilt
 8.   Failure to accept responsibility for own actions
 9.   Need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
10.   Promiscuous sexual behavior
Illuminati — CIA — phenomenological structures of consciousness.
Not just a psychopath but a multiple.
And sometimes the ruling alter has to present itself.
So the harm and pain and panic caused will bring a high it can experience.
Kewe
Drone strike by Obama
Children killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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Children lying dead, killed by drone strike.

War criminal Obama.

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Behavior modification - phenomenological structures of consciousness programs.

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Monday, July 22, 2013
Cornel West: Obama’s Response to Trayvon Martin Case Belies Failure to Challenge New Jim Cro
Response to President Obama’s comment: "Trayvon Martin Could Have Been Me 35 Years Ago"
AMY GOODMAN:  Our guests today Dr. Cornel West, professor at Union Theological Seminary, author of numerous books, co-host of the radio show Smiley & West with Tavis Smiley.
Together, they wrote the book The Rich and the Rest of Us: A Poverty Manifesto.  Professor Cornel West:
CORNEL WEST:    Well, the first thing, I think we have to acknowledge that President Obama has very little moral authority at this point... because he tries to rationalize the killing of innocent children, 221 so far, in the name of self-defense... in Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen.
So when he comes to talk about the killing of an innocent person, you say, "Well, wait a minute.   What kind of moral authority are you bringing?
You’ve got $2 million bounty on Sister Assata Shakur.   She’s innocent, but you are pressing that intentionally.
Will you press for the justice of Trayvon Martin in the same way you press for the prosecution of Brother Bradley Manning and Brother Edward Snowden?
So you begin to see the hypocrisy.
Then he tells stories about racial profiling.
They’re moving, sentimental stories, what Brother Kendall Thomas called racial moralism, very sentimental.
But then, Ray Kelly, major candidate for Department of Homeland Security, he’s the poster child of racial profiling.
You know, Brother Carl Dix and many of us went to jail under Ray Kelly.
Why?
Because he racially profiled millions of young black and brown brothers.
AMY GOODMAN:    Ray Kelly... police chief of New York City.
CORNEL WEST:    He even says Ray Kelly expresses his values.
Ray Kelly is a magnificent police commissioner.
How are you going to say that when the brother is reinforcing stop and frisk?
So the contradictions become so overwhelming here.
AMY GOODMAN:    But President Obama, speaking about his own life experience, going from saying, "Trayvon Martin could have been my child," to "Trayvon Martin could have been me"?
CORNEL WEST:    That’s beautiful.
That’s an identification.
The question is: Will that identification hide and conceal the fact there’s a criminal justice system in place that has nearly destroyed two generations of very precious, poor black and brown brothers?
He hasn’t said a mumbling word until now.
Five years in office and can’t say a word about the new Jim Crow.
And at the same time, I think we have to recognize that he has been able to hide and conceal that criminalizing of the black poor as what I call the re-niggerizing of the black professional class.
You’ve got these black leaders on the Obama plantation, won’t say a criminal word about the master in the big house, will only try to tame the field folk so that they’re not critical of the master in the big house.
... Obama and Holder, will they come through at the federal level for Trayvon Martin?
We hope so.
Don’t hold your breath.
And when they don’t, they’re going to have to somehow contain that rage.
And in containing that rage, there’s going to be many people who say, "No, we see, this president is not serious about the criminalizing of poor people."
We’ve got a black leadership that is deferential to Obama, that is subservient to Obama, and that’s what niggerizing is.
You keep folks so scared.
You keep folks so intimidated.
You can give them money, access, but they’re still scared.
And as long as you’re scared, you’re on the plantation.
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“We need to create a media ‘shield’ law with teeth and substance that creates an effective federal privilege for communications between a journalist and her sources, preventing the government from compelling testimony from the journalist and to protect the documents, records and other information created by the journalist and the actual communications between the journalist and her sources.”
Chelsea Manning Proposes Bill from Prison to Protect Journalists and Free Speech.

Former Bradley Manning now Chelsea Manning proposes a model bill to increase government transparency—from the jail cell she inhabits for exposing government crimes. 

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Kathy Kelly
Imprisoned for protesting drone strikes across the world.
Kathy Kelly - True Resistance, Kathy Kelly 60 years old with 60 Arrests

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True Resistance, Kathy Kelly 60 years old with 60 Arrests
Kathy:
I think it’s important for peace activists to go inside the prisons and have a vivid sense of how hurtful and punitive this system is.
I can read about the realities that prisoners face and the really horrific sentencing procedures but if I’m not sitting in the bunk next to the person pouring out their story, it doesn’t grab my heart and mind in the same way.
I’ve been to prison many times before, and I know that when I walk out of a prison, I feel like shouting from the rooftops, “Do you see what’s going on inside these gates?"
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“They succeeded in banishing from the trial all testimony about the vast gulf between the United States’ legal obligation to disarm under the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the ongoing activities at the Y12 Nuclear Weapons Complex in Oak Ridge, where production of nuclear weapons components is ongoing, and plans for a new $19 billion bomb factory are being drawn up”
Greg Boertje-Obed, Sister Megan Rice, Michael R. Walli, as they appeared in the courtroom for sentencing.

Andy Anderson, 87, a former veteran and now a peace activist, spoke of Boertje-Obed and Walli, as terrific human beings. He said they and their colleagues were the reason he had quit trying to kill people and tried to help them instead.

He told the court how his world view altered when one of his friends died in his arms. “No more violence. I came home a different person and I’ve been a different person ever since.”	

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Andy Anderson, 87, a former veteran and now a peace activist, spoke of Boertje-Obed and Walli, as terrific human beings.
He said they and their colleagues were the reason he had quit trying to kill people and tried to help them instead.
He told the court how his world view altered when one of his friends died in his arms.
“No more violence.   I came home a different person and I’ve been a different person ever since.”
Judge Sends Transform Now Plowshares Resisters to Prison
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It’s This Way
I stand in the advancing light,
my hands hungry, the world beautiful.
My eyes can’t get enough of the trees—
they’re so hopeful, so green.
A sunny road runs through the mulberries,
I’m at the window of the prison infirmary.
I can’t smell the medicines—
carnations must be blooming nearby.
It’s this way:
being captured is beside the point,
the point is not to surrender.
Nazim Hikmet
Supporters of Sister Megan Rice, Michael Walli, and Greg Boertje-Obed gather outside after the three were sentenced for their roles in a July 2012 break-in at the Y-12 National Security Complex in Knoxville, Tenn.,

Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014. Sister Megan Rice, 84, was sentenced to nearly three years in prison and Michael Walli and Greg Boertje-Obed were sentenced to more than five years in prison.

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Supporters of Sister Megan Rice, Michael Walli, and Greg Boertje-Obed gather outside after the three were sentenced
Government attempts to silence Transform Now Plowshares resisters in prison
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Fourteen peace advocates arrested at Drone base in Nevada
John Dear, S.J.(New Mexico)
Kathy Kelly (Chicago - Voices for Creative Nonviolence)
Louie Vitale, O.F.M.(Oakland)
Renee Espeland (Des Moines Catholic Worker)
Steve Kelly, S.J.(California - Pacific Life Community)
Judy Homanich (Binghamton, NY)
Jerry Zawada, O.F.M.(Arizona)
Mariah Klusmire (New Mexico)
Dennis DuVall (Arizona)
Elizabeth Pappalardo (Illinois)
Brian Terrell (Strangers & Guests Catholic Worker Farm, Maloy, Iowa)
Eve Tetaz (Washington, D.C.)
Brad Lyttle (Illinois)
Sister Megan Rice, S.H.C.J.(Nevada Desert Experience)
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Sister Megan Rice
World Hero arrested by American government
Sister Megan Rice - Y-12 is the code name given to the Manhattan Project site that enriched uranium for the US bomb used to destroy Hiroshima, Japan, August 6, 1945.

Sister Megan Rice enters Y-12 US nuclear weapons complex that stores bomb-grade uranium for mass killing.

Transform Now Plowshares - “A loving and compassionate Creator invites us to take the urgent and decisive steps to transform the U.S. empire, and this facility, into life-giving alternatives which resolve real problems of poverty and environmental degradation for all.”

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Greg Boertje-Obed
World Hero arrested by American government
Greg Boertje-Obed - Y-12 is the code name given to the Manhattan Project site that enriched uranium for the US bomb used to destroy Hiroshima, Japan, August 6, 1945.

Greg Boertje-Obed enters Y-12 US nuclear weapons complex that stores bomb-grade uranium for mass killing.

Transform Now Plowshares - “A loving and compassionate Creator invites us to take the urgent and decisive steps to transform the U.S. empire, and this facility, into life-giving alternatives which resolve real problems of poverty and environmental degradation for all.”

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Michael R. Walli
World Hero arrested by American government
Michael R. Walli - Y-12 is the code name given to the Manhattan Project site that enriched uranium for the US bomb used to destroy Hiroshima, Japan, August 6, 1945.

Michael R. Walli enters Y-12 US nuclear weapons complex that stores bomb-grade uranium for mass killing.

Transform Now Plowshares - “A loving and compassionate Creator invites us to take the urgent and decisive steps to transform the U.S. empire, and this facility, into life-giving alternatives which resolve real problems of poverty and environmental degradation for all.”

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Transform Now Plowshares
US mass killing weapons
July 2012
Heroes enter Y-12 nuclear weapons complex that stores bomb-grade uranium for mass killing
“A loving and compassionate Creator invites us to take the urgent and decisive steps to transform the U.S. empire, and this facility, into life-giving alternatives which resolve real problems of poverty and environmental degradation for all.”
Y-12 equals death
Y-12 equals death.

Heroes enters Y-12 nuclear weapons complex that stores bomb-grade uranium for mass killing.

A loving and compassionate Creator invites us to take the urgent and decisive steps to transform the U.S. empire, and this facility, into life-giving alternatives which resolve real problems of poverty and environmental degradation for all.

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Y-12 is the code name given to the Manhattan Project site that enriched uranium for the US bomb used to destroy Hiroshima, Japan, August 6, 1945.
The action of these brave heroes Sister Megan Rice, Greg Boertje-Obed and Michael R. Walli delivered an indictment citing U.S. Constitutional and Treaty Law as well as the Nuremberg Principles:
“The ongoing building and maintenance of Oak Ridge Y-12 constitute war crimes that can and should be investigated and prosecuted by judicial authorities at all levels.
We are required by International Law to denounce and resist known crimes.”
Plowshares disarmament actions in the US and around the world challenge war-making and weapons of mass destruction.
Y-12 NNSA plans to replace these facilities that produce enriched uranium with a new consolidated Uranium Processing Facility (UPF).
This mass killing budget will cost more than $6.5 billion
May 9, 2013
A jury have decided Sister Megan Rice aged 83, Michael Walli aged 64, and Greg Boertje-Obed aged 56 guilty of causing damage while breaking into a US nuclear defence site.
Prosecutor Jeffrey Theodore in his closing argument:
"We are a nation of laws
You can't take the law into your own hands and force your views on other people."
Transform Now Plowshares, anti-nuclear weapons protestors, from left, Michael Walli, 64, Sister Megan Rice, 83, and Greg Boertje-Obed, 56, arrive for their trial on Monday, May 6, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn.

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Transform Now Plowshares, Michael Walli, 64, Sister Megan Rice, 83, and Greg Boertje-Obed, 56, right, arriving for their trial on Monday, May 6, 2013, in Knoxville, Tenn.
The prosection acknowledged the protesters never got near to nuclear material.
The three face up to 20 years in prison after their conviction for sabotaging the plant, which was first constructed during the Manhattan Project that developed the first nuclear bomb.
Sister Megan Rice:
It is manufacturing that which can only cause death."
Boertje-Obed said:
"Nuclear weapons do not provide security.
Our actions were providing real security and exposing false security."
'Transform Now Plowshares' is from Isaiah 2:4 of the Abrahamic Old Testament Bible:
"They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks."
Court filings show that after Sister Megan Rice, Boertje-Obed and Michael Walli refused to plead guilty to trespassing, prosecutors substituted that charge with a sabotage count that increased the maximum prison term from one year to 20 years.
They shall beat their swords into ploughshares and their spears into pruning hooks
US attack on Iraq March 2003.

Tomahawk Cruise Missiles - March 2003 US stealth bombers attacked Baghdad Iraq the coalition shock and awe.

Ploughshares protest Brian Buckley Mark Colville Sister Susan Clarkson Joan Gregory

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US attack on Iraq March 2003.

March 20 2003 A second wave of air attacks pound Baghdad.  US and British ground forces advance into southern Iraq, entering the port city of UMM Qasr near the major Iraq city of Basra.  UK troops massacre some 200 Iraq people in UMM Qasr and set up mass graves in the city to cover up hard evidence of committing the crime.

Ploughshares protest Brian Buckley Mark Colville Sister Susan Clarkson Joan Gregory.

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US attack on Iraq March 2003.

This will be a campaign unlike any other in history - US General Franks March 22, 2003.

Ploughshares protest Brian Buckley Mark Colville Sister Susan Clarkson Joan Gregory.

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US attack on Iraq March 2003.

As to who the target is we don't necessarily care about that - we follow the orders that we are given drop the targets that we need to hit.

Ploughshares protest Brian Buckley Mark Colville Sister Susan Clarkson Joan Gregory.

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Riverside Ploughshares: Disarm and Choose Life
On Sunday, May 25, at about 4 pm, four Catholic Workers, calling themselves the Riverside Ploughshares, went aboard the USS PhilippineSea during the 16th Annual Fleet Week hosted by the Intrepid Museum in New York City.
Poured their blood — hammered on missile hatches holding Tomahawk Cruise Missiles
During a tour of the USS Philippine Sea, Sr. Susan Clarkson, Mark Colville, Brian Buckley, and Joan Gregory pour their blood and hammer on the missile hatches that hold Tomahawk Cruise Missiles.
Kneeling on top of the missile hatches, Mark Colville holds up pictures of Iraq children who have been injured and maimed by US weapons.
Mark reads the statement the group has written, and reads from the scriptures.
Brian unfurles their banner which reads: “Riverside Ploughshares: Disarm and Choose Life.”
Children injured in US bombing attacks on Iraq
April 2003
Hospitals are continuing to cope with thousands of dead and injured people due to
US cluster bombs
US missiles
US attack helicopters
US artillery shelling
Violence will only lead to more violence
The Catholic Workers said that they came to the Fleet Week event to enflesh the words of the prophet Isaiah to ‘hammer swords into plowshares.’
They believe that nonviolence will lead to peace, and that violence will only lead to more violence.
They were arrested and escorted off the ship into an awaiting unmarked blue van.
The tour that they were on was cut short.
Tomahawk missiles against the people of Iraq Afghanistan Yugoslavia
Tomahawk cruise missiles are long range missiles that fly at a low altitude and therefore are difficult to detect.
The USS Philippine Sea has launched Tomahawk cruise missiles against the people of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yugoslavia.
The ship has also been used to enforce the sanctions against Iraq.
Violence of the state
Mark Colville, who lives at the Amistad Catholic Worker community in Connecticut, father of 6 children, said that:
“We cannot love neighbor or enemy without disarming ourselves.
We cannot serve the poor without defending them against the violence of the state.
We cannot affirm life without standing directly, nonviolently in confrontation with all that deals death.”
The Catholic Worker Movement, founded by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin in 1933, is grounded in a firm belief in the God-given dignity of every human person.
Today over 185 Catholic Worker communities remain committed to nonviolence, voluntary poverty, prayer, and hospitality for the homeless, exiled, hungry, and foresaken.
Catholic Workers continue to protest injustice, war, racism, and violence of all forms.
Kneeling on top of the missile hatches, Mark Colville holds up pictures of Iraq children who have been injured and maimed by US weapons.

Riverside Ploughshares,: Brian Buckley, Mark Colville, Sister Susan Clarkson, Joan Gregory. 

Catholic Workers, calling themselves the Riverside Ploughshares, went aboard the USS PhilippineSea during the 16th Annual Fleet Week.

The Catholic Workers said that they came to the Fleet Week event to enflesh the words of the prophet Isaiah to ‘hammer swords into plowshares.’

Tomahawk cruise missiles are long range missiles that fly at a low altitude and therefore are difficult to detect.

The USS Philippine Sea has launched Tomahawk cruise missiles against the people of Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yugoslavia.

The ship has also been used to enforce the sanctions against Iraq.

Photos: Amy Goodman
Kneeling on top of the missile hatches, Mark Colville held up pictures of Iraq children who have been injured and maimed by US weapons.

Holding up pictures of Iraq people injured by US weapons.
Kneeling on top of the missile hatches, Mark Colville holds up pictures of Iraq children who have been injured and maimed by US weapons.
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Riverside Ploughshares Statement
Fleet Week, New York City, May 2003
We are Susan Clarkson, Mark Colville, Joan Gregory and Brian Buckley from urban and rural Catholic Worker communities.
We come here today to enflesh the prophecy from Isaiah,
“They shall beat their swords into ploughshares and their spears into pruning hooks” Isaiah 2:4.
With hammers we have initiated the process of disarming this battle ship, of transforming this carrier of mass destruction into a vessel for peace.
Tomahawk cruise missiles, depleted uranium munitions
The USS Philippine Sea uses Tomahawk cruise missiles, depleted uranium munitions and the Aegis radar system to enforce the US Empire’s will on other nations and regions.
We pour our blood on this ship to reveal the blood of the innocent already shed by the use of this weaponry.
We also pour our blood to repent for our complicity in the pervasive violence of our world.
Children injured in US bombing attacks
April 2003
Hospitals are continuing to cope with thousands of dead and injured people due to:
US cluster bombs
US missiles
US attack helicopters
US artillery shelling
We are trying to follow Jesus Christ’s commandments to love our enemies and neighbors, to forgive those who do us harm and to repent.
We seek to stop the injury of war on the human family and heal our communities by living nonviolently and seeking justice for all.
The peace and security that comes from an empire wielding weapons of war and intimidation are false and illusory.
With hammers we disarm this weapon of mass destruction and with blood we reveal its purpose.
In the spirit of Dorothy Day, who co-founded with Peter Maurin, the Catholic Worker in New York City seventy years ago, we try in our daily lives to practice the Works of Mercy, set out in Matthew, Chapter 25.
We feel that to follow God’s will we must do more than serve the broken of our society.
It is also our duty to challenge, as Christ did, that which causes poverty.
Until we convert weapons that end life into tools that enhance life, poverty will continue to cripple our society.
For this we pray and for this we act.
Riverside Ploughshares Biographies Fleet Week, May 25, 2003, New York City
Sr. Susan Clarkson — horrors of the massacres in Afghanistan and Iraq
“I feel urged to act today because of the exposure I’ve had over the past three years to the charism of the Catholic Worker.
The recent horrors of the massacres in Afghanistan and Iraq
The iniquitous sanctions imposed on Iraq since the first Gulf War.
My own Government’s shameful alliance with the US, against the wishes of the majority of the British public
Compels me to take this step of symbolic and practical disarmament, united with my American brothers and sisters.”
Sister Susan Clarkson, (56) was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England.   She has been in her religious congregation for thirty-seven years and has been a member of the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker community in Washington DC since May 2002.   She sees her part in this ploughshares action as a coming together of many strands in her life: her religious vocation; peace activism in Britain; long time membership of the British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament; an M.A in Peace Studies; work with young people in the industrial North of England and with homeless people in London.
Mark Colville — War is the worship of death
“The example of Christ is clear: We cannot love neighbor or enemy without disarming ourselves.
We cannot serve the poor without defending them against the violence of the state.
We cannot affirm life without standing directly, nonviolently in confrontation with all that deals death.
War is the worship of death.
Preparation for war is the denial of God.
Therefore I join the Riverside Ploughshares in an act of faith, offered to God as a plea for the lives of my children, and all children.
Disarm.
Choose Life.
AMEN.”
Mark Colville, 41, is a member of the Amistad Catholic Worker Community in New Haven, Connecticut.   He and his wife, Luz, have been married for 13 years and are the parents of 6 children ranging in age from 7 months to 15 years.   Mark’s commitment to nonviolence and peacemaking is rooted in the Catholic faith and nourished by prayer and the daily practice of the Works of Mercy.
Brian Buckley — obedience to truth and struggle for justice
“Thank you to those who have showed us the will of the spirit through their obedience to truth and struggle for justice.
To all who are victimized by our complicity, please forgive us.”
Brian Buckley lives and works at Little Flower Catholic Worker farm in central Virginia.   He was born and raised in Asia, and taught English in Africa with the Peace Corps.
Joan Gregory
“When falsehood and domination are so prevalent in our government, I must stand up for truth and nonviolence.
We must disarm and choose life.”
Joan Gregory, 70, lives at the Peter Maurin Catholic Worker Farm in New York.   She was in religious life for 15 years, later married and now has two children.   She has been a teacher and administrator in New York state schools and institutions for 25 years.
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