A Treatise On The Internal & External Challenges Currently Facing The Anti-War Movement

A Treatise On The Internal & External Challenges Currently Facing The Anti-War Movement
A Guest Post By Dr. Cam

As the sixth year of the War in Iraq rolls on unabated, the Anti-War movement, both locally and internationally, faces a number of challenges – from within and without.

In this essay, I will attempt to provide solutions to these challenges. I firmly believe that, if adopted, my propositions could lead to a ceasing of hostilities in the Middle East, and ultimately the prosecution of those responsible for this illegal war of profit and conquest.

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I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2024 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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7 Responses to A Treatise On The Internal & External Challenges Currently Facing The Anti-War Movement

  1. Asher says:

    Can I get a summary of the funnies?

    I’m on a computer running Ubuntu and Firefox 3 Beta 5 but no flash installed, and don’t have permissions to install it, so I can’t view what I assume are youtube vids…

  2. @ndy says:

    1) MC Hammer: Bring Our Brothers Home
    2) Captain America trailer
    3) Flight of the Conchords: Ladies of the World
    4) & 5) Freedomswatch.org:

    Welcome to Freedom’s Watch
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  3. Dr. Cam says:

    Please don’t refer to my serious treatise as ‘funnies’, Asher.

  4. Asher says:

    I apologise profusely, Herr Doktor 😉

  5. Lumpen says:

    FYI: The Captain America movie is actually pretty ace for a pre-Spider-Man super hero flick. Except for the fact that they made the Red Skull lose his red skull.

    If you haven’t been following Cap’s latest hi-jinx in the comics, he turned rebel against the government, turned himself in, only to be assassinated by his girlfriend who was (wait for it) brainwashed by fascists (that would be Red Skull and co) into doing so. But it’s all good: even though he was apparently shot in the head, it might have been a clone or possibly a shape-shifting alien who caught the bullet. You may now breathe a sigh of relief.

    (It’s better than Spider-Man: in the comic, the character recently made a deal with Mephisto to erase three years worth of shitty storylines. You dudes keep an eye on the fash, I’ll keep tabs on the comics.)

  6. Kakariki says:

    Woah that was really profound. Like, deep man.

  7. Dr. Cam says:

    2 weeks after this treatise was published, Australian combat operations in Iraq are completed and troops begin returning home.

    Coincidence? Not likely.

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