Not In Our Name

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Not In Our Name was an organization that opposed the Bush presidency's stance on defense. They united under these point: no war on the world, no detentions and roundups, and no police state restrictions.

It was founded in March 2002, but closed its national office and related infrastructure on March 31, 2008.

A very good and detailed report on NIONcan be found in the March 19, 2003 column at http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Printable.asp?ID=6722 in "Not In Our Name and the World Wide Terrorism Web" by Michael Tremoglie, a very good investigative journalist.

Subsections of this article are:

Affiliated organizations

Affiliated Individuals

NION Newspaper Ads: Signatories and/or Endorses (of Statements often published as ads or on the internet)

(Details will be added here with names and dates of the ads)

Sources for both "Affiliated" and "Newspaper Ads" - FPM, Tremoglie article, 3/19/03

Not In Our Name Statement of Conscience

This "Statement of Conscience" was written and put out for supporting signatures before 3/07/2003 when it was copied from "http://www.nion.us/NION.HTM". It claims that 50,000 people have signed on in support of it. KW got a copy off the internet on March 7, 2003 which contained hundreds of names and the full "statement" which are reproduced en toto here as it appeared in print.

"Statement of Conscience: Not In Our Name"

Let it be not be said that people in the United States did nothing when their government declared a war without limit and instituted stark new measures of repression.

FULL TEXT TO CONTINUE: Page 3 of 10 as printed out:

"The over 55,000 signers include...

External links

References

  1. www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Printable.asp?ID=20534, The Lunatic Fringe Goes Mainstream, John Perazzo, December 14, 2005; has list of signatories to a WCW New York Times ad, December (around the 13th), 2005