World Can't Wait, OHIO

World Can't Wait is organizing people living in the United States to take responsibility to stop the whole disastrous course led by the Bush administration. We seek to create a political situation where the Bush administration's program is repudiated, where Bush himself is driven from office, and where the whole direction he has been taking U.S. society is reversed.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Protest in Cleveland TOMORROW 10/17:
Bush to sign Military Commissions Act of 2006 (Torture Bill) into law

Protest Tuesday, October 17 at Noon

Federal Building (E. 9th & Lakeside)

Wear orange, the color of emergency. Make orange ribbons or armbands for yourself, family, co-workers. Bring signs and banners.

If you can't make the protest, wear orange at work and school tomorrow. Hold signs at busy intersections wherever you live. Do banner drops. Decorate yourself and the city with orange emergency crime tape to symbolize those being disappeared and tortured in our name.


Bush will be signing the Military Commissions Act into law Tuesday, 10/17/06, at 9:35am. Signing torture into law and gutting habeus corpus cannot be allowed to stand without outpourings of resistance. Silence is complicity. On Tuesday, wear orange and organize everyone you know to wear orange, and hold emergency public protests.

With the passage of the Military Commissions Act, Congress has effectively ratified torture and indefinite detentions, stripping away the right to habeus corpus. This is indeed a further leap on the road towards fascism: what has existed in the shadowy world of clandestine action now has the authority of law.

That which you will not resist and mobilize to stop, you will learn - or be forced - to accept.

If we do not want to be a nation of torturers, there must immediately be visual displays of opposition to the Military Commissions Act and the torture and indefinite detentions.
No torture! Not in our name! Drive out the Bush Regime!