OCA attended Rage Against the War and the Deep State protest on Sunday in Washington, D.C., the place a number of thousand activists, impressed by a powerful roster of audio system with rising various media and fashionable assist, Jimmy Dore, Dennis Kucinich, Kim Iversen, Ron Paul, Tulsi Gabbard, and others took the primary tentative steps towards constructing a brand new nationwide anti-war motion.
Underneath the banner, “Not a Penny Extra for Ukraine,” the rally put forth the decision for a brand new alliance between political independents, anti-war libertarians (“Clear up America’s Home Crises First” reasonably than constructing a worldwide Empire) and real anti-war, anti-imperialist radical populists.
Following up on the DC protest, OCA will likely be becoming a member of the brand new anti-war coalition and touring to Austin, Texas in April for a nationwide gathering of the Motion for a Folks’s Occasion, the place we consider a brand new politically unbiased populist coalition has the potential to develop essential mass, not solely round an anti-war platform, however, within the long-term, forge alliances round civil liberties, rural financial improvement, meals, farming, environmental, and pure well being points. Extra particulars forthcoming.
In this 20-minute video (considered by 230,000 individuals) anti-Ukraine Conflict march organizer and Folks’s Occasion founder Nick Brana talks with Redacted podcaster Clayton Morris (1.72 million subscribers) concerning the present existential/nuclear disaster posed by the US/NATO proxy battle in Ukraine and the potential for uniting a essential mass of People to push for ending the battle, abolishing the CIA and the Deep State, and slashing army spending.
Watch the video
Watch Dennis Kucinich’s powerful speech at the rally
Watch Kim Iversen’s interview with longtime leftist journalist Chris Hedges on the necessity for a brand new anti-war Motion right here (Chris Hedges was horrible on COVID, however he appears proper on monitor on the necessity to finish the battle)
Watch Kim Iversen’s interview with former Congressman and libertarian chief Senator Ron Paul (father of present Republican Senator Rand Paul) right here