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Soldiers In Iraq Speak Out

Posted by nytexan on May 4, 2007

For those of you who don’t believe that the troops want the war to end and that they want to come home read the statement below is from Veterans for Peace

“Resistance is NOT futile.  It has been happening with soldiers in Iraq for a while, but the movement is growing!  Ronn Cantu is one soldier who has been speaking out, and he’s been doing so for quite a while.  He is currently stationed in Baghdad and is a member of Iraq Veterans Against the War and a signer of the Appeal for Redress.  He runs the online forum, “ where he encourages people to post their feelings on the war.  Many that use this forum are using it as a tool to voice their opposition to the war.

Lately, more active duty and deployed military personnel are using their rights as citizens to express their outrage at this war.  Despite the fact that the military is trying to silence active duty by telling them they have no rights, many brave men and women are speaking out.  Active duty military DO HAVE RIGHTS and are allowed to speak out against this illegal war – and many more are beginning to do just that!  Two more blogs from active duty in Iraq have surfaced”.


3 Responses to “Soldiers In Iraq Speak Out”

  1. Enjoyed your post. Thanks for the links, I’ll be checking them out. Keep up the good work.

  2. nytexan said

    Thanks for coming by. Please check the links out. The troops do want us to hear them.

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