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Facing war abroad, and the warlords at home.


$124 billion - more money than was spent on the Marshall Plan reconstructing Europe - has been spent in Afghanistan. And you don't find an improvement in healthcare, in literacy, in roadways, in irrigation systems, in people's flocks being replenished - all things that would really begin to build Afghanistan's capacity to survive - they're are all as bad or worse off than before.

Peace activist Kathy Kelly faces the omnicidal war machine swallowing the globe - from the perpetual destruction of Afghanistan for American profit, to arming of bloodthirsty regimes in Saudi Arabia, Israel and beyond - and calls for a global, grassroots resistance movement against the engines of war, while there's still time.

Kathy wrote the recent articles The Ongoing Dread in Gaza: So Many Names, So Many Lives and Remnants of War for Voices for Creative Nonviolence.

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Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly is a peace activist and co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence.


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