Action Center: Greens Rising Up to Stop War With Iran


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Greens Say No To War With Iran: Latest Updates

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Green Party leaders said today that threats of preemptive strikes and military intervention are placing the U.S. in the role of aggressor nation and undermining any chance of maintaining peace and international security.

North Korea, Iran, and Venezuela have been the targets of recent belligerent threats from the Trump administration. Greens also strongly opposed sanctions against Russia, North Korea, and Iran and bipartisan efforts to ignite a new Cold War, calling such policies an invitation for World War III.

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of Korea and Green Party of the United States have published a joint statement against the decision to deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) in South Korea. The statement follows below.

Jill Stein, 2016 Green nominee for President of the U.S., traveled to South Korea in July along with a peace delegation to support Koreans protesting deployment of THAAD.


The Green Party will be well represented at this year's LeftForum in New York City. Two dozen Greens from around the country will participate in over 20 panels.

Left Forum provides a context for the critical conversations that are essential for a stronger Left and a more just society.


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Green Party of the United States strongly condemned President Donald Trump's unilateral cruise missile strike on a Syrian government airfield and called for a halt to further overt and covert military action by the U.S.

Greens called for an internationally cooperative and impartial investigation of the nerve gas attack in Idlib province that killed scores of civilians, which supposedly motivated Mr. Trump to order the strikes. The U.S. alleges that the President Bashar al-Assad government is responsible for the gas attack, a claim disputed by some journalists covering the war.


Adrián Boutureira, the National Political Organizer of the Green Party of the United States, will be one of the keynote speakers at Saturday's 12th Annual Peace and Justice Gathering.


Adrian came to the US in 1973 following the consolidation of the brutal right wing military regime in his native country of Uruguay.  He has since spent his adult life in the US engaged in the struggle for social justice: racial, economic and environmental justice, Latin American struggles, Palestinian Liberation, and human rights. Adrián supported Jill Stein for President, where he served as Field Director and Special Advisor on Palestinian and Latin American Affairs. He is presently serving as National Political Organizer for the Green Party, and lives in Austin.


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  • Georgia Greens Respond to Fear Mongering Executive Orders

"All the countries he wants to ban are countries our nation is bombing, except for Iran, which Trump has said he wants to bomb," said Bruce Dixon, co-chair of the Georgia Green Party, managing editor of the weekly publication, Black Agenda Report and a grandparent residing in North Cobb County.


My name is Ray McGovern.

I was an Army officer and then a CIA analyst for 27 years. My career began under John Kennedy and ended under George H.W. Bush.

In the 70s I was chief of the Soviet Foreign Policy Branch and chaired National Intelligence Estimates. Later I briefed The President’s Daily Brief one-on-one from 1981 to 1985.

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