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9/11: The Myth and the Reality

Sunday, April 02, 2006
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
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First Unitarian Universalist Center

Democratic World Federalists
2006 Annual Good Government Luncheon-Lecture

Were the horrific events of September 11, 2001 representative of a depraved international order? In a lawless world where cutthroat, nationalistic competition reigns supreme, could the leadership of a nation cannibalize its own people for what they call "the greater national interest," or worse yet, personal gain?

Anyone seeking a better future for our world must recognize the importance of developing and maintaining governing systems (local, national, and global) that promote the welfare of, and remain accountable to, their citizens. Occurrences of political conspiracy, militant terrorism, corruption, and oppression are all indications that there has been a critical failure in those governing systems. When that happens, it is our civic duty to take a step back, come to understand the problem, and develop a plan for corrective action.

David Ray Griffin has dedicated the last 4½ years to helping the American public do just that. Having already established himself as one of the preeminent theologians of our time, he put his reputation on the line to scrutinize what he believed to be an inadequate and possibly disingenuous government investigation into the events of 9/11. Through his lectures and his books (The New Pearl Harbor and The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions), Griffin's well-honed speculative outlook, acute logic, and unbiased predisposition are brought to bear on this troubling period in United States, and world, history.

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Registrations should be mailed by March 24.


12:30 Registration (Tickets will be held at the door)& Reception with hors d' oeuvres & wine

1:00 Luncheon and Welcome by
Master of Ceremonies -- Roger Kotila, Board Chairman

1:45 Announcements by
Eric Schultz, Executive Director

Introduction of program by John O. Sutter, President

Presentation by David Ray Griffin - 9/11: The Myth and the Reality, followed by Q&A

3:00 Intermission

3:10 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors (open to all interested persons)
Added to the calendar on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 11:01AM
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