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PEACE NO WAR (PNW) Printer Friendly Page

8124 West 3rd Street - Suite 104
Los Angeles, CA
Phone :(213) 403-0131
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  • Pro-open borders, anti-war collective
  • Supports amnesty for all illegal immigrants

The Peace No War (PNW) Network is a self-described "collective of antiwar/peace and social and economic justice activists" whose mission is to "struggle for peace and justice across the World" via "community outreach and broad global mobilizing." PNW pledges its support for "activist communities" whose goal is "to unite inner-city youth and immigrant and antisweatshop activists" in joint ventures, and to draw attention to how America's prosecution of the Iraq War is allegedly harming immigrant and minority communities all over the United States - by siphoning needed resources away from social welfare programs and into military projects. 

PNW is a member group of the ActionLA Coalition; the National Immigrant Solidarity Network (a pro-amnesty, pro-open borders organization); and the United for Peace and Justice anti-war coalition, which is led by Leslie Cagan, a longtime committed socialist who aligns her politics with those of Fidel Castro's Communist Cuba.

PNW is headquartered at 8124 West 3rd Street in Los Angeles, in a building dubbed the Los Angeles Peace Center (LAPC). Funded by Aris Anagnos, the LAPC provides rent-free office space for dozens of loosely intertwined leftist groups. Anagnos is a Los Angeles real estate magnate who has spent more than three decades bankrolling Marxist causes around the globe -- from the Nicaraguan Sandinistas, to Marxist rebels in Chiapas, to Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. In addition to Peace No War, the LAPC is also the home base of Coalition for World Peace, and of the West Coast offices of Americans for Democratic Action, the Democratic Socialists of America, and the National Lawyers Guild.

The PNW website features numerous sections that monitor developments in areas of concern to the organization:
  • The Iraq Watch section focuses heavily on allegations that U.S. soldiers have brutally tortured prisoners at the Abu Ghraib detention facility in Iraq.
  • Military Watch focuses on the costs of the Iraq War, providing regular updates of war-related casualty statistics and of the money spent to finance the war.
  • The Peace Activism section posts updates and notices of major, upcoming anti-war events.
  • Counter Recruitment Watch highlights initiatives aimed at undermining military recruitment efforts.
  • Nuke Watch focuses on nuclear weapons threats such as that posed by Iran's burgeoning nuclear program.
  • Americas Watch spotlights anti-U.S. rallies in North, Central, and South America - such as a March 2006 National Solidarity Conference in Venezuela, whose participants derided the "pattern of interventionist actions by the U.S. government."
  • Iran Watch is part of an "international campaign to stop the War on Iran before it starts" - a reference to a possible U.S. military strike aimed at destroying Iran's nuclear weapons program. Endorsers and spokesmen of Iran Watch include International Action Center founder Ramsey Clark, British Member of Parliament George Galloway, Bishop Thomas Gumbleton, playwright Harold Pinter, Bishop Filipe C. Teixeira, Professor Howard Zinn, and others.
  • Palestine Watch calls for an end to Israel's "illegal occupation of Palestine."
  • The Immigrant Solidarity section posts notices of upcoming demonstrations (all over the United States) in support of open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens.
  • Civil Liberties Watch accuses the U.S. government of having violated the civil liberties of Americans, particularly by means of the Patriot Act and the National Security Agency's Terrorist Surveillance program.
  • Enviro Watch accuses the Bush administration of having done great ecological damage to America's air and water.
  • Globalize Watch is an anti-globalization measure opposing American "corporate greed."
  • Looking Back 9-11 charges that after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, the U.S. was gripped by "anti-Arab American hysteria," "immigrant bashing," "violations of civil liberties," "media censorship," "trashing the environment," and "jacked-up military spending."



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