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Harvey Wasserman speaking on nukes and elections
Date Sunday February 16
Time 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Event Type Class/Workshop
Organizer/AuthorUnitarian Universalist Sunday Forum
Location Details
Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco
1187 Franklin Street @ Geary
San Francisco
On Nukes: Harvey Wasserman will discuss strategies for shutting the two commercial reactors at Diablo Canyon. He documents that PG&E is operating Diablo at a loss of more than $1 billion/year in over-market charges to customers & ex-customers. The realities of a disaster-in-progress are with us, and must be dealt with asap (in prep for this talk, you might consider watching the 5-part HBO series on Chernobyl).

On Elections: The complex realities of election theft in California and the nation: Illicit manipulations of the electoral system. Stripped voter registration rolls flipped electronic vote counts and the slave-remnant Electoral College that could put Trump in the White House for another term -- an outcome that threatens democracy and human survival.


Added to the calendar on Tuesday Feb 11th, 2020 5:16 PM
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