Meeting # 3,210 - Diane Shapiro says it is an "insidious, evil plan to destroy the West and our civilization...It's real, it's scary and beyond Orwellian. It is a subject which is "hiding in plain sight."
Presentation at 8:00 PM - Every Saturday Lincoln Restaurant 4008 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago - intersection of Irving Park and Damen (4000 N - 2000 W) Free Parking, 1 Block from the Irving Park Stop on the Brown Line, CTA Tuition $3.00 and food/drink purchase requested by restaurant Concludes around 10:30 / 11:00 PM
Format: Presentation Questions from Audience Rebuttals/Remarks Speaker's Final Comments
UN Agenda 21, "Behind the Green Mask" and The Imposition of Communitarianism
The War on Freedom - FBI vs. Occupy movement
PACO - Political Approaches to CO-Existence -
Israel-Palestine, with possible application elsewhere
"Why We Should Pay Attention to Birds:
Beyond the Canary in the Coal Mine" - with powerpoint presentation
Socialist Party USA: "Let's Rebuild the Socialist Party in Chicago and the USA!"
China and the No-Alphabet Hypothesis:
Why China Didn't Conquer the World and Stagnated for 800+ Years
Report on My Trip to North Korea
Special Earth Day Program
An Evening of Global Solutions + issues not covered by mainstream media
extensive literature will be provided
"Psychedelics as Medicine"
Interstate Railway System - infrastructure project of the Path to Prosperity for US All (p2p4USA)
Good and Bad in Psychotherapy
Why there are so many different schools of therapy? (over a thousand!)
Buddhist Peace Fellowship:
Socially Engaged Buddhism
Building Democracy Across Oceans:
The Arab Spring in Egypt and Morocco - with powerpoint
The College of Complexes is a weekly free speech forum on social issues and current events, which meets every Saturday evening at 6:00 PM at the Hilltop Restaurant, 2800 W. Foster (at California), #92 CTA bus from Berwyn Red Line Station, Jefferson Park Blue Line Station, Chicago. A guest speaker makes a presentation on a topic, such as a solution to one of the world's problems, followed by questions from the audience, and then a rebuttal/remarks period in which all in attendance can speak for 5 minutes at the podium. Meets conclude at 9:00 PM.
The only rule is that we listen to only "One Fool at a Time." Established in 1951, the college claims to be "The Playground for People Who Think." Tuition is $3.00 to help defray costs. No membership is mained, and is volunteer operated. Dinner is optional. Free parking is available. Information on Upcoming Programs/Topics: http://www.collegeofcomplexes.org Info: firstname.lastname@example.org (312) 842-5036, (312) 714-7790 cell.