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The Conscientious Objector’s Path Away from War’s Killings

When you sign up to be in the United States military, in many ways the deck is stacked against you. You are required to go where you are told and to do what you are told — including, potentially, to kill people. You can forget the rosy representations the recruiter made before you enlisted. Plus, unlike in other jobs, you cannot quit. Nonetheless, there may still be a way out of being forced to participate in war’s killings — conscientious objection.

Bill Galvin, counseling coordinator at the Center on Conscience and War, provided in an interview last week on the Tom Woods Show an informative introduction to how a military member can seek US government-recognized conscientious objector status. While Galvin cautions that, “except for the very end of the Vietnam period, it’s always been difficult to get out of the military as a conscientious objector” in America, he also says that it can be done.
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'Any Time US Official Visits Ukraine, Some Attack Happens Afterward'

What a surprise:  Viktoria "F- the EU" Nuland visited Ukraine this week and the US-backed government subsequently launched a massive artillery attack against the independence-seeking eastern provinces. This pattern has been repeated numerous times, particularly when a high-ranking State Department or CIA official visits. Asked by RT whether Kiev is beginning a major operation against the East with the blessing of Washington, RPI Director Daniel McAdams points out that the US has yet to condemn the Ukrainian government for its many violations of the ceasefire which indicates that the new attacks are in keeping with US foreign policy.
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