Activist: Afghani and Iraqi deaths barely register in US psyche

Occupations of countries in the Middle East are illegal and immoral and these invasions have not been worth one dime or one drop of blood, says anti-war activist and 2005 Noble Peace Prize nominee Cindy Sheehan.

“We need to use our military like the British did to expand markets for corporations and that is what our soldiers have been used for – to spread corporate imperialism. Our soldiers, when going to battle, have corporate logos on the uniform they wear, like NASCAR drivers,” reveals Sheehan.

“But instead of an American flag they should have Halliburton, Chevron or Blackwater labels on their uniform.”