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“Weíre all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. And whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.  John Donne coined it years ago and placed it in graphic terms:  “No man is an island entirely of itself, every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main.” And then he goes on toward the end to say: “Any manís death diminishes me, because Iím involved in Mankind; And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.”

Title:  What Iíve Learned About US Foreign Policy: The War Against the Third World.  CIA Covert Operation and U.S. Military Interventions Since World War II

Voice of Iraqi woman crying:  “Why!? Children! Girls! Boys! Man, woman! Why!? Why!?”

Voice of Narrator:  ďThe invasion was swift, intense and merciless.Ē 

Title: What You Didnít Learn In School and Donít Hear on the Mainstream Media

Martin Luther King, Jr.: ďAnd I oppose the war in Vietnam because I love America.  I speak out against it, not in anger but with anxiety and sorrow in my heart and above all with a passionate desire to see our beloved country stand as the moral example of the world.  I speak out against this war because I am disappointed with America.  There can be no great disappointment where there is no great love.Ē

ďFor those who say to me, Ďstick to civil rights,í I have another answer.  That is that Iíve fought too long and too hard now against segregated public accommodations to end up segregating my moral concerns.  Iím not going to do that.  Others can do what they want to do. Thatís their business.  Other civil rights leaders for various reasons refuse or canít take a stand or have to go along with the administration, thatís their business! But I must say tonight that I know that justice is indivisible; injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.Ē

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