WND probe exposes violent, revolutionary leadership of 'peace' movement Today's anti-war movement, while claiming publicly to advocate for peace, is dominated by organizations promoting Communism, anarchy, large-scale urban rioting, financial disruption, and violent attacks on governmental, corporate, military and media centers in America, according to the April issue of Whistleblower, WorldNetDaily's acclaimed monthly print magazine. The issue is titled "Anti-war or anti-America?" "Readers better sit down and take a deep breath before they read this issue," said Editor and CEO Joseph Farah. "Many dangerous, violent and profoundly anti-American organizations are using the current war as cover to try to bring America to its knees. They hate this country and openly advocate destroying it. Their cause has nothing to do with opposing war, but everything to do with opposing America. In some cases, both their tactics and their goals are not far from those of the very terrorists we are fighting." Indeed, some of the major "anti-war" groups are intimately connected with terrorist states like North Korea, as well as terrorist organizations in the Middle East. Some, like the international A.N.S.W.E.R. coalition, are closely allied with known communist organizations. http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=31827 I read wordnetdaily.com because the post articles by bill oreilly, whom i am a fan of. I agree with what they are saying here. The so called peace rallies are really spreading violence. I'm in San Francisco, and the rally's are almost scary. The vibe is destructive. The signs banners and statues are depicting our President as the bad guy and Saddam as the good guy. Many of them depict the killing of Bush in either graphic or textual format. I see many kids, and families out there in the streets. Kids holding signs. To me this is a sign of propaganda, lots of big money is being poured into these peace rallies. The question is, WHY? This issue of WhistleBlower investigates the groups that are behind the peace rallies. What do you think of WND? is it extreme? or is it informative?