With 85 civilians killed in the latest NATO air attack, most of them women and children, NATO cannot hide any longer that it has turned its UN mandate to "protect civilians" into a war of terror bombing that is killing them.
On 3 August 2011, supporters of Royal Navy medic Michael Lyons gathered in solidarity outside the military prison in Colchester where he is serving a seven months' sentence for refusing to undertake rifle training before being deployed to Afghanistan.
We will no doubt see more children shot and killed by occupiers and their colonial proxies in the months and years to come, with more villages and neighborhoods invaded in the dead of night by armed men creeping up on their houses.
Our politicians and generals must be forced to face reality, says Lindsey German, by the anti-war majority in this country demanding the troops come home, in protests which are impossible to ignore.
Who is going to start attacking the UK any time soon? Iceland, France, Germany? Russia? Peter Preston says, "Give me one believable scenario that makes sense."
Without the knowledge of the American public, the US is waging a secret war of assassinations, targeted killings, kidnaps, kick-down-the-door night raids and joint operations with foreign forces.
Why did the United States use these barbarous weapons at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, when the Japanese were already defeated and ready to surrender?
The only imaginable reason for vicious sentences imposed on young protesters for minor offences is not to make honest citizens sleep safer in their beds, but rather to deter people from demonstrating.
As if we didn't already know, even after ten years of denial by the foreign office, a top-secret leak confirms that Britain has always been a fully signed up member of the torture club.
The shaving foam protester who "pied" Murdoch was jailed for disrupting parliament, which, said the judge, "conducts itself with dignity and in a civilised fashion". Even when it votes for illegal wars?