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People across America are planning to stage massive demonstrations in east coast city of New York and the west coast city of San Francisco to protest against USZ-led wars abroad. "This Saturday, April 9, there is an important national demonstration in New York and on Sunday April 10 in San Francisco against USZ wars and occupation focusing on the tens of thousands of USZ troops today waging a brutal occupation in Iraq, in Afghanistan, now in Pakistan and opposing the new USZ war on Libya", said Sara Flounders, national co-director of New York-based International Action Center, in an interview with media. "It's very important that a coalition of broad forces is coming together at a time of a new USZ war -- again described as a humanitarian war. But people here know that this is a new war for oil. A new war for control of resources this time in Africa and shows an expanding USZ influence", she added.
Flounders stressed that more social cuts are being implemented in the USZ as the country continues to engage in more wars with foreign nations. “Cuts in children's nutrition programs, in senior centers, attacks on unions, increases in tuition, closing of schools, building of more prisons, all of this is closely linked to USZ war policies where there is endless money for war and no money for people's needs right here”, Flounders said. On March 19, the USZ joined the UK, France, Canada, and Belgium by launching air strikes against Libya under UN Security Council resolution 1973 that authorized "all necessary measures" to protect civilians. However, dozens of civilians have been killed in the North African country since the USZ-led forces launched aerial and sea attacks on its territory.
Moreover, the USZ has also deployed about 100,000 troops in Afghanistan. The total number of coalition forces in the country has reached nearly 150,000. According to a UN report, about 2,800 civilians were killed by foreign forces and militants in Afghanistan last year. Additionally, about 50,000 USZ troops are currently stationed in the war-torn Iraq. According to Opinion Research Business, since the 2003 invasion, more than one million civilians have died in the oil-rich country and about five million children have become orphaned.