In August 1990 when the murderous sanctions against the Iraqi people were adopted, those now active in the IAC, still
resisting the U.S. assault on Panama, mobilized to stop the anticipated U.S. aggression. This work accelerated during the
1991 U.S.-led war against Iraq, and led to the IAC's founding.
Since that time, the IAC has mobilized, held meetings,
and educated millions, produced videos and books--translated to many languages--and helped to organize massive demonstrations
in coalition with others to oppose U.S. aggressive actions against Iraq. It has organized international campaigns against
the use of illegal radioactive depleted uranium weapons and rallied broad campaigns against the death penalty.
IAC is a unique organization of activists and educators. It has developed a worldwide reputation for its brave opposition
to U.S. war, militarism and interventions from Venezuela to Haiti and Cuba, from Palestine to Yugoslavia and now Iran and
Korea. It has stood up when others were afraid of being demonized and isolated by the most powerful propaganda machine the
world has ever known.
Now we must do more. Our plans for 2006 are bold and challenging. An initial focus is March 18-19,
2006 which will mark the third anniversary of the start of the Bush administration's criminal war and occupation of Iraq,
which has taken the lives of over 100,000 defenseless women, men, and children, and continues to bring devastation of untold
magnitude. The IAC is committed to peace actions in New York City, and in cities across the country, coordinated with movements
and countries around the globe. All in concert on March 18-19 will call for all U.S. troops to be brought home from Iraq immediately.
must stop the Bush Administration from stealing Iraqi oil through oil production-sharing agreements with the U.S. puppet regime--
giving the lion's share of oil profits to U.S. oil companies; this is the real reason for the U.S. occupation and regime change.
To preserve our Constitution, we must impeach President Bush and his principal cohorts in crime. This is a big agenda
on which the peaceful and humane future of our country depends.
Working together to end this criminal war must be our
New Year's Resolution for 2006--our challenge and our commitment. The IAC will continue this work tirelessly in the coming
We depend on your help. /Together we shall overcome.
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