Sunday, June 16, 2019

US/Israel/Saudi vs. Iran? That's Debatable! (SOAPBOX PODCAST 6/16/19)

June 16, 2019

Earlier today, March on the Pentagon and Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox hosted a debate moderated by our friend

Ali Musawi: Journalist residing in the Middle East
Will Stroock: Author of 18 books (three on Israel) and pro-Israel commentator.

The issue was increasing US/Israel/Saudi tensions AGAINST Iran and Israel's part in the continuing war in Syria.

Please use the MEDIA PLAYER above to listen to this important conversation and share it with people you know who are on both sides of the issue! 



Saturday, June 15, 2019

Join us in Saying "Hell, no, to war on Iran!'

The sovereign state of Iran has long been the "jewel in the crown" of neocon wetdreams and it seems with 
the realization of that dream is nearing.
March on the Pentagon and Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox is
inviting you to join us in front of the White House
on Monday July 8th to demonstrate our opposition
to any imperialist war, but particulary the increasing 
US/Israel/Saudi Arabia hostilities towards Iran.
We are meeting at 11 am on the Lafayette Park (Pennsylvania Avenue) side of the House of US Horrors, bring your signs, bullhorns, noisemakers and outrage with you!
Join us if you are able, or organize a protest in your community.



Thursday, June 13, 2019

March on the Pentagon Community Conference Call Debate

June 16th

12 noon Pacific
1 pm Mountain
2 pm Central
3 pm Eastern

Cindy Sheehan, National Co-director of March on the Pentagon
and Executive producer and host of 
Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox is hosting this Live Event
Sarah Abed independent journalist will be moderating a debate
between pro-Israel author William Stroock and
PressTv Correspondent Ali Musawi on US/Israel.


The role that Israel plays in US foreign policy
in the Middle East; Specifically as it relates to the rising tensionsbetween the US and Iran and the eight-year long war in Syria.


If you are not able to listen to this debate live, the recording will be posted to Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox soon after the debate!



It's best to call in from your computer, or internet link so you can more fully participate:

Join the DEBATE:

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the phone-in numbers are below:

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Sarah Abed

Israel’s influence on US foreign policy leads to increased tensions with Iran by Sarah Abed

Cindy's recent Soapbox interview with Sarah Abed about this issue

Tehran Condemns Washington’s “Maximum Pressure Campaign” as Economic Terrorism

Iran rejects Pompeo’s request for talks without pre-conditions, stating “talking is the continuation of pressure”

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Ted Rall v. The "Los Angeles Police Department Times" (Soapbox PODCAST 6/9/19)

June 9, 2019

Guest: Political cartoonist and columnist 
Ted Rall

Topic: Ted's ongoing lawsuit with the Los Angeles Slimes (oops, Times) and current events!

Click the Image for Ted's Website



Friday, June 7, 2019

Lethal Betrayal: The Purple Heart We Never Got by Guest Blogger, Mike Hastie

 Lethal Betrayal:
The Purple Heart we Never Got
Mike Hastie

When I left Viet Nam as a soldier, I processed out
at Cam Ranh Bay, like so many thousands of others
returning to the United States. 

My group was assigned to a large transit barracks.

We were there for a couple of days dealing with
all of the paper work, and we all had to be tested
for traces of heroin in our urine.

We were called out the next day, and those who
tested positive had to stay in Viet Nam for a
couple of extra weeks to be treated in a shake and
bake addiction treatment program.

What I remember the most about the 2-3 days
we were in Cam Ranh Bay was the graffiti that
was written on the walls of that transit barracks.
It was written on every square inch of those walls.

American soldiers were expressing everything they
had stuffed during the year they were in Viet Nam.

The anger and rage they had suppressed toward their 
government and President Richard Nixon came pouring out
of their souls. Their truth was extraordinarily articulate as
any profound piece of writing I have ever read. They all
felt used by their government for absolutely no reason,
except for war profiteering. They all had hate for the
politicians who sent them there. This is a microcosm of
history that has long been forgotten. It is all down the
memory hole of the tragedy of the Viet Nam War.

The last day I was in that transit barracks, a soldier in
the bottom bunk next to me, got up from a drinking
blackout and pissed on the wall against that graffiti.

For me, that was a powerful moment of encapsulating
the entire atrocity of the Viet Nam War.

Far more Viet Nam veterans have committed suicide
than were killed during the war.

Many of my friends did not die in Viet Nam, but as
a result of being there.

During the year I was in An Khe, Viet Nam, I not only
saw dead and wounded American soldiers being
brought in by helicopters, but I saw the end result
of U.S. soldiers committing suicide and homicides,
along with rampant heroin addiction.

This is the legacy of that god awful war against
Viet Nam, Cambodia and Laos. For every U.S.
soldier killed, there were 100 indigenous people
killed by the United States Government.

When I left Cam Ranh Bay, the graffiti and the
piss on the wall didn't lie...

Lying is the most powerful weapon in war.

Mike Hastie
Army Medic Viet Nam
May 29, 2019 

Used with permission of the author.

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Des gilets jaunes and the Mueller Report w/Don DeBar (SOAPBOX PODCAST 6/2/19)

June 2, 2019

Guest: Don DeBar
Topic: Analysis of the Yellow Vest Movement
and the Mueller Report

 Don is the founder/producer of CPRMetro a political commentator and engineer for Cindy Sheehan's Soapbox.
Please listen to this show for astute analysis of today's hot topics!


Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Demand an End to War: Rage Against the War Machine (FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE)

May 28, 2019  
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Cindy Sheehan Email:

March on the Pentagon is calling for a revival of the anti-war movement with plans to confront the bipartisan war machine at the White House on October 11, 2019

May 28, 2019—In response to the continuing march of military aggression by the United States and to put an anti-war agenda back on the table of activists, around 2,000 women and their comrades marched on the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia in October 2018. Last year, March on the Pentagon called for a revival of the antiwar/anti-imperialism movement and we are continuing that call in 2019.

This year we are taking our march to the White House. We invite all those outraged by the U.S. war machine, U.S. imperialism, endless wars, the mind boggling death toll, the invisible effects like PTSD and substance abuse, the abuse of the planet and contribution to climate change, and the toll war takes on women across the globefrom rape and loss of children to raising one’s family as a refugee in a foreign land. If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention. 

The truth is, war and imperialism are the umbrella over virtually every other issue plaguing the world today including climate change, underfunded education, increasingly militarized police, a lack of adequate healthcare, refugee crises across the globe, and much much more.

We invite you to Rage Against the War Machine with us in Washington D.C. on Friday, October 11th and attend the Anti-Imperialist Revolution Summit on Saturday, October 12th.
Our demands are simple: The complete end to the wars abroad; closure of foreign bases; a dramatic slashing of the Pentagon budget. The only good empire is a gone empire. 

In 1967, anti-war events drew crowds as large as 50,000 people. In today’s world where information is shared instantly at the click of a button, activists and concerned citizens in the United States should be capable of similar, if not larger, crowds. The “nuclear clock” is at two minutes to midnight—it’s time for the anti-war movement to wake up, fill the streets, and get noisy.

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