Glasgow film screening: ‘You’ve Been Trumped’

Get yourself ready to protest Trump’s visit and join us for this film on June 29th. Tickets here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1652956288155727/?ti=cl Watch the film trailer here: https://youtu.be/hjAIKgOOc8A Glasgow Stop The War Fundraiser at GMAC Film, Fifth Floor, Trongate, 103 Glasgow, G1 5HD Join Glasgow Stop The War for a screening of Anthony Baxters multi-award winning film, ‘You’ve Been Trumped’. In this brilliant documentary released in 2011, the … Continue reading Glasgow film screening: ‘You’ve Been Trumped’

Trump and Nukes

An important meeting in Edinburgh on 19th June in the run up to Trump’s visit.  The speakers are all activists from the US.  Watch this space for updates on what will be happening on 13th and 14th July.  Stop the War is part of Scotland United Against Trump.  Provisional plans include a mass rally in Glasgow on the evening of the 13th and a national … Continue reading Trump and Nukes

Trump renegues on Iran deal

Scrapping the Iran nuclear deal risks another war President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran and to institute severe sanctions against it compromises the entire international framework for nonviolent conflict resolution and could lead to another catastrophic war in the Middle East. It also puts into question the de-escalation process on the Korean peninsula. Trump’s willingness to scrap a deal which … Continue reading Trump renegues on Iran deal

Emergency motion on Syria at STUC

An emergency motion on Syria was moved by UCU at the Scottish Trades Union Conference in Aviemore today and passed unanimously.  The motion reads: That this Congress strongly condemns the bombing of Syria on 14 April. Congress further condemns the hypocrisy of US President Trump when the US has still not destroyed its chemical weapons well beyond the April 2102 deadline for doing this in … Continue reading Emergency motion on Syria at STUC

STUC Statement on Syria

The STUC in conference today in Aviemore released this statement on the bombing of Syria: Emergency General Council Statement: Syria The General Council deplores the ongoing violence in Syria and the use of chemical weapons on Syria’s people. Using chemical weapons is a war crime, as is directing attacks against civilians and Bashar al-Assad must stand trial in the International Criminal Court for these crimes. … Continue reading STUC Statement on Syria