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- 5:00pm
Friday April 5 2013

Venue: Barrington Street at Spring Garden Road
Cost: Free

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Join the weekly pickets opposing imperialist intervention in Syria and Iran. 4-5 pm, Fridays (weather permitting) at Corner of Spring Garden Rd. & Barrington St. Hands Off Syria! Hands Off Iran! Canada Needs an Anti-War Government! Get Canada Out of NATO!


 Let us boldly change the direction from war to peace and organize a powerful and effective anti-war, anti-imperialist movement that weakens and stays the hands of the warmongers and those who conciliate with war!


Let us together organize and prepare conditions for an anti-war government!



On Friday, 22 March 2013

We had the usual picket handing out copies of our generic flyer on the danger of imperialist war in Western Asia, etc. and dispalying out paper banner, "Hands off Syria, Hands off Iran." This is still a major concern with the US and other imperialist countries openly supporting/funding the armed opponents of the Assad government. One thing is clear, the US and its allies are not there for the benefit of Syrians, but have the aim of installing a puppet regime under US and NATO control. As they have done in many other countries, they will lay waste to Syria, Killing, and injuring large numbers of its Peoples. Let Vietnam, Afghnistan, Iraq, Lybia, and many others stand as an example.

The picket continues Friday, 5 April 2013. We haven't got major media in our hands but, hopefully, we will help wear down the Empire and its constant propaganda barrage. We began last June and are quickly approaching the one year mark.

Organizer:Halifax Branch of the CPC (M-L), No Harbour For War, and others.

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