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John Judge on 9-11 and Future Wars

Date:
Thursday, September 19, 2002
Time:
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Event Type:
Teach-In
Organizer/Author:
Penny Schoner
Location Details:
Fellowship Hall of Humanity 390 - 27th St., (between Broadway and Telegraph), Oakland

9/11 and Future Wars A Talk by John Judge Independent Researcher and Author from Washington DC Raised in DC by parents who worked for the Pentagon, John Judge grew to become a critic of the U.S. military. An anti-war activist since 1964, he has worked with Vietnam Veterans Against the War/Winter Soldier Organization’s National GI Project, and many more organizations to oppose war and expose the real objectives of U.S. military invasions. His book, Judge For Yourself, contains articles and lectures about covert operations, hidden history and assassinations by the US shadow government. A few years ago, in Los Angeles, John Judge delivered a talk called, "Are You Scared Yet? Terrorism, Phony Terrorism and the Strategy of Tension" which predicted the use of increased stages of domestic terrorism, as planned extensively by the security-industrial-intelligence complex, to create a permanent war economy and dismantle civil rights and liberties at home. This event continues the discussion. ($10-15. less for seniors and the unemployed)
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