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Emergency protest: Stop the U.S war on Syria!

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As if we needed any more fuckery Donny boy is out there acting like a child playing with his big boy toys. The last thing the US needs is to get into yet another war, so this is a protest saying “Hey asshole, stop the bombing. Don’t get us into a war with Syria and Russia.” I mean Jesus, can you a Cuban Missile Crisis type situation and it’s fucking Orange Julius negotiating instead of John Kennedy? Goodbye world!

Anyways, the facebook invite is here (RSVP so we can show our numbers) and all the info is below:

Meet at Market & Powell at 5pm.

The Trump administration is waging a new U.S. war of aggression in the Middle East. The target this time is Syria. More than 70 U.S. cruise missiles hit Syria tonight.

Join us in San Francisco as part of a nationally coordinated day of action to say:

Stop the U.S war on Syria!
U.S Out of the Middle East!
Money for Peoples’ Needs, Not War!

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