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Anonymous Comrade writes:

Stop the Draft Before it Starts

Healing Garden

Here we go:

There is pending legislation in the House and Senate to reinstate the draft (twin bills, S89 and HR163). Bill S89 was introduced by Sen. Fritz Hollings and Bill HR163 was introduced by Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) and Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY). This plan, among other things, eliminates higher education as a shelter and includes women as eligible to be drafted.

The Pentagon has quietly begun a public campaign to fill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070 appeals board slots nationwide. $28 million has been added to the 2004 Selective Service System(SSS)budget to prepare for a military draft that could start as early as June 15, 2005. The Selective Service must report to the President on March 31, 2005 that the system, which has lain dormant for decades, is ready for activation. (For further reading see here.)

from healinggarden@chartermi.net

Tel Aviv court orders expulsion of American ISM activist
By Relly Sa'ar, Haaretz Correspondent

Tel Aviv District Court Judge Oded Modrik on Thursday ruled to expel New Yorker Anne Robinson-Petter, the 44-year-old graphic and video artist who has been under arrest by the Immigration Police for the past two weeks.

The expulsion request was made Israel's security services, on the grounds that the member of the International Solidarity Movement posed a security threat.

The Tel Aviv court upheld the decision denying her entry into Israel and ordered her to leave the country within 24 hours, said her lawyer, Yael Berda. Robinson-Petter has been held at Ben-Gurion International Airport in the holding cells reserved for people refused entry to the country. She arrived two weeks ago for a 14-day visit with the intention of filming a video about a 79-year-old Holocaust survivor traveling the country and the territories, and to take part in demonstrations against the separation fence.

Marcello De Luna writes "The Redesign Project – Press Release July 3, 2004
Weinfelden, Switzerland, July 3, 2004
The Redesign Project is a contemporary art project reflecting on the Bush
Administration’s foreign and domestic policy.
The European artist Marcello De Luna has - by means of a contemporary art project -
expressed his concerns and hopes regarding the Iraq conflict and all that has come with it
(the biased media, the lies, the victims, the deteriorated image of the U.S. abroad, the
hope for the better with maybe a different administration in 2005). He has played on the
theme of the U.S. flag and "redesigned" it to reflect his thoughts about the events that
have unfolded for quite a while now.
The work is published on a web site that has been created for the project:
http://theredesignproject.com. The primary goal of the site is not commercial. It has been
fun to do the project and it's all about getting the designs out to help people who share


About a month before the global murderers had met in Istanbul on 28-29th of June; we said, "You don't have to watch this horror movie! Istanbul streets are yours!"

And then during the whole June, as ANARSISTANBUL ORGANIZATION AGAINST NATO we called everyone that loathes NATO for action against those murderers.
http://www.ozgurhayat.org/anarsistanbul/anarsisten g.htm#c

Bring The War Home writes

Bring The War Home in San Francisco June 27th to July 4th

On June 27th to July 4th, thousands of people will come to San Francisco to bring the war home.

Bring The War Home is a non-violent direct action campaign, centered around independent autonomous actions by related and unrelated affinity groups.


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