- Groups like MPAC and the Anti-War Committee, Twin Cities Peace Campaign, Veterans for Peace and Women Against Military Madness, stress the importance that the public know and understand that drones are used on American citizens and not just internationally.
- Poetry from MPAC-sponsored Anti-Drone Rally ~ Misty Rowan
Katie Rucke, Mint Press News
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In this Sept. 4, 2009 file photo, a KZO surveillance drone takes off from the German base in Kunduz, Afghanistan. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus, File)
April 10, 2013 | “St. Bonifacius (MN) gets it!” said FBI whistleblower Coleen Rowley, known for exposing intelligence failures before the 9/11 attacks, while addressing a crowd that had gathered in the social hall of St. Albert the Great Catholic Church in Minneapolis on April 6 to protest drones and war.
“They realized drones are targeted on us and have banned drone surveillance. They need to do this in Minneapolis and every other city.”
What Rowley was referring to was the announcement that the Twin Cities-area town of St. Bonifacius, which has about 2,300 residents, had become one of the nation’s first cities to ban the use of drones, sort of.
Poetry from MPAC-sponsored Anti-Drone Rally ~ Misty Rowan, Misty Rowan, Evergreene Digest
- The Cable News Network as equivalent to Attention Deficit Disorder >OR< CNN=A.D.D.
- Beautiful World
- On Military Drones (and tearing them to pieces)