Action Center: Greens Rising Up to Stop War With Iran


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Greens Say No To War With Iran: Latest Updates

PITTSBURGH – Despite the cold and the rain a 100-person strong rally was held in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh to protest against a war in Iran and U.S. occupation throughout the Middle East. The demonstration drew a wide range of people with long-time activists and newcomers to the anti-war movement alike.

ST. LOUIS – The US assassination of Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani has brought the world to the brink of another war in the Middle East. Join the Gateway Green Alliance and the Universal African Peoples Organization for a discussion of the historical roots and contemporary regional context of what could end up as another US military intervention in the region. 

PHILADELPHIA – On the second new moon after the winter solstice, Saturday January 25 the outgoing yin year of earth pig (己亥,  jǐ hài) begets the yang year of metal rat (庚子  gēng zǐ). This transition is the beginning of the fourth 12 year zodiac cycle of the sexagenary lunar calendar. The last year of yang metal rat was in 1960.

The Green Party of Philadelphia (GPOP) will mark the new year with a protest against saber rattling and provocations toward war with Iran. The noon rally at Dilworth Plaza on the West side of City Hall is among hundreds of local actions called for the 25th by CodePink, United National Antiwar Coalition, the Green Party of Pennsylvania, and dozens of other peace organizations.

  • The world has gotten a look into the abyss, and doesn’t like what it saw staring back

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – As Iran’s General Qassem Suleimani was arriving on a mission of peace — having been invited to Iraq to help mediate relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia — he was brutally ambushed by an American drone on his way from the Baghdad Airport.  A leader of Iraq’s own anti-ISIS militias was killed in the same blast.

MADISON, Wi. – At least 100 people gathered at the Wisconsin State Capitol this weekend to protest what they perceive to be an escalation into war with Iran. Last Friday, President Donald Trump ordered an airstrike to kill Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.

Nine groups who helped organize Saturday’s strike against the assassination characterized the President’s actions as “illegal,” but speakers at the protest also took aim at the United States’ military complex. 

SAN FRANCISCO – The Green Party of California condemns the hostile military action by the United States’ administration in recently assassinating military leaders of Iran and Iraq.

Such acts violating international law, as well as other provocations and threats against sovereign nations, will lead to more endless wars and devastation in the Middle East and the entire world, while endangering our military personnel who are being needlessly deployed as war fodder for misguided and failed foreign policies.

  • Howie Hawkins demanding No War With Iran or Iraq at a Syracuse peace demonstration co-sponsored by the Green Party of Onondaga County

"We mobilize (against war)  ... we can't just mobilize the usual suspects, we gotta organize so that next time we have more people, and after that more people, and whoever's in office hears from us and can't sleep because we won't let them sleep! We won't let them have peace until we really have peace!"

  • Hoffman Calls Out Senator Booker and Presidential Candidate Booker

It was way back in 2001 when I heard these words spoken by Robert Jensen, "The world cannot afford any more U.S. patriotism." I took those words to include notions of so-called "American exceptionalism." On Thursday, January 2nd, as the world ushered in a new year, the world saw yet another example as to why.

I first heard these words shortly after 9/11, when the U.S. invaded Afghanistan illegally on October 7, 2001 and about 18 months before the U.S. recklessly and illegally invaded Iraq. Both actions had nothing to do with 9/11. I opposed the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 despite those who called me unpatriotic and suggested I leave the country. The U.S. remains in Afghanistan, more than 17 years later, in the nation's longest war. 

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Green Party of the United States has joined allies in the peace movement throughout the country in vigorous opposition to a U.S. war with Iran, participating in public protests on Saturday and launching an online drive to demand Congress prevent Trump from further hostilities against Iran and its people.

The Green Party’s online campaign to call Congress can be found at, where allies can find contact information for their congressional representatives and assistance on what to say.

By Madelyn Hoffman
January 4, 2020

The Recent Action of the U.S. Military in Iraq must be the “Line in the Sand” for Those who Value Peace! 

It was way back in 2001 when I heard these words spoken by Robert Jensen, “The world cannot afford any more U.S. patriotism.” I took those words to include notions of so-called “American exceptionalism.”  On Thursday, January 2nd, as the world ushers in a new year, the world saw yet another example as to why. 

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  • David Doonan
    published this page in Take Action 2020-01-08 13:49:37 -0500