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War for narrative in Wikipedia

by Craig Murray

“Philip Cross” has not had one single day off from editing Wikipedia in almost five years. “He” has edited every single day from 29 August 2013 to 14 May 2018. Including five Christmas Days. That’s 1,721 consecutive days of editing.

Greece | Syria bombing protest erupts into RIOT as activists try to topple US President statue

By Rebecca Perring

Greece: SYRIA bombing protesters clashed with riot police as demonstrations against the airstrike attack by US, UK and French forces saw furious activists try to pull down a statue of former US President Harry Truman.

Protesters used a metal grinder to try to cut off the statue’s feet and tug it down with ropes before riot police intervened and fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.
At least three protesters from the Greek Communist Party were injured, with blood trickling from their heads, according to reports.

Global Anti-war Protests Against US-led Aggression in Syria

Anti-war protesters marched in the U.S., India, Mexico, Chile, Turkey, Cyprus, the U.K. and other countries to condemn the U.S.-led attack on Syria.

Leftists and anti-war protesters took to the streets in many cities around the world over the weekend against to renounce and reject the U.S.-led assault against Syrian government structures with the support of France and United Kingdom.

USA | March on the White House: Tell Trump “No War Against Syria!”

Saturday, April 14
12:00 p.m.
Rally and March – Gather at the White House
Followed by teach-in at George Washington University

Trump tweeted: “Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and ‘smart!'”

Accused of defending the constitution

On November 21, 2017 in the Lithuanian city of Klaipeda there were hearings on the case of three Lithuanian citizens – Giedrius Grabauskas, Žilvinas Razminas and Oleg Titarenko. In March 2015, they participated in a picket against the deployment of NATO troops in Lithuania. Picket passed in front of the US Embassy. Their requirements corresponded to the Lithuanian constitution, Article 137 of the constitution stipulates that the replacement of weapons of mass destruction and foreign military bases is prohibited on the territory of the Republic of Lithuania. But Lithuanian establishment recognized these actions as anti-state.
In the framework of this case searches were carried out in the apartments of eleven Lithuanian citizens. Computers, books, telephones, newspapers, documents, leaflets, cassettes and other things were seized there. As a result, the prosecutor’s office asked the court to sentence one of the defendants to 3.5 years on probation, the second to 90 days of arrest, and the third – to a fine of 3 thousand euro.
The trial of anti-war activists continues.