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Table of Contents:

   New anti-war art project
     Know Our Enemy <friend {AT} know-our-enemy.net>                                      
   a small announcement
     Keith Sanborn <mrzero {AT} panix.com>                                                
   F15: Streaming from the Netherlands
     "Pieter" <smallaxe {AT} xs4all.nl>                                                   
   TIME poll: Which country poses the greatest danger to peace?
     Quim Gil <qgil {AT} lawebespiral.org>                                                

Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 09:25:01 -0800 (PST)
From: Know Our Enemy <friend {AT} know-our-enemy.net>
Subject: New anti-war art project

I wanted to let you know about a new anti-war
flyer/poster art project called "MAKE YOUR CHOICE".
Please see the announcement at the bottom of this

I would be very greatful if you would consider posting
this announcement to your email lists.

Many thanks for your consideration and looking forward
to great demonstrations on 2/15!


friend {AT} know-our-enemy.net



Bush says you're either with us or against us...


'MAKE YOUR CHOICE' is a new anti-war flyer/poster art
project focusing on the destructiveness of the
so-called war on terror.

Now online at:


Print out this flyer, then:

     Take it to a protest

     Put it in a window

     Post it where you live

     Hand it to strangers

Visit often for updates of images from the war on

For further information or questions, please contact: 
friend {AT} know-our-enemy.net or enemy {AT} know-our-enemy.net

Please note that 'MAKE YOUR CHOICE' is currently
available only in English. If you would like to
volunteer your services to translate it into another
language, please contact friend {AT} know-our-enemy.net.



Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 17:42:39 -0500 (EST)
From: Keith Sanborn <mrzero {AT} panix.com>
Subject: a small announcement

For those interested, I have made a small effort against the current
generation of us military propaganda. It's streaming on thing.net in the
thing.bbs. You may log in as a guest. It's in the video section. It's
called "Operation Double Trouble."

Keith Sanborn


Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2003 23:49:30 +0100
From: "Pieter" <smallaxe {AT} xs4all.nl>
Subject: F15: Streaming from the Netherlands

Because of the worldwide anti-war demos in over 600 cities this Sat.
Feb. 15, including in Amsterdam (Dam Square, 13:00 CET), the joint Dutch
free radios will deliver a collective broadcast, with music, live
reports, backgrounds, live excerpts from other demos across the world,
etc. So bring your radios and cell phones and become a reporter
yourself. There will be a Dance For Peace in Paradiso afterwards
(15:30 -- 23:30 -- ??), which will also be broadcast both in video and
audio streams and on the radio. You can tune in to any of the following,
in the free ether (no cable!) or on the web:

Radio 100, 99.3 FM, http://www.radio100.nl/
De Vrije Keyser, 96.2 FM, http://www.vrijekeyser.nl/
Radio Patapoe, 97.2 FM, http://freeteam.nl/patapoe/
DFM RTV Int. (webcast only) http://dfm.nu/

Koekoeroe Reedio, 97.4 FM, http://squat.net/koekoeroe/

Den Haag:
Radio Tonka, 104.2 FM, http://www.radiotonka.nl/

And possibly more, see http://www.indymedia.nl/live/ for latest details.

The demo organizers are at Wereldcrisis http://www.wereldcrisis.nl/ ,
see also Vredessite http://vredessite.nl/ .


Date: 14 Feb 2003 11:13:46 +0100
From: Quim Gil <qgil {AT} lawebespiral.org>
Subject: TIME poll: Which country poses the greatest danger to peace?

TIME asks you: which country poses the greatest danger to world peace in

- - North Korea       
- - Iraq       
- - The United States


Surprising results after more than 400.000 votes.

Have you voted?



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