Note: made a correction in the day of the protest at the very end. It’s Tues, not Wed Dec 30. ~DS
The right of a population to resist being occupied by a foreign country/military/corporation is a basic human right that has been enshrined in international law.
I recognize that the person who killed my son, Casey, in Iraq had every right to do so. I am not in any way happy about it, but if Casey’s commander-in-chief and vice commander-in-chief had not placed him (immorally AND illegally) in the country of Iraq to be a an occupier, then the Iraqi would not have killed him. George and Dick knowingly put Casey in harm’s way and I won’t rest until I see justice for Casey’s (and over one-million others) murder. That is also my right: redress for wrong and to see justice finally consummated.