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Pittsburgh Conference July 10-12

Donald S.
politicstahl
Saint Louis, MO
Post #: 1,038
Friends:

1.) THERE WILL BE A 9/11 TRUTH WORKSHOP AT THE STOP THE WARS COALITION MEETING IN PITTSBURGH SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 2009, 9-10:15AM. This event is not listed (so far) on the agenda, but it will occur.
2.) A simple majority of those in attendance will determine the proposal adopted. VOTING WILL OCCUR AFTER THE 9/11 WORKSHOP.
3.) Truthers from many geographical areas will attend. The more Truthers in attendance, the more eyes will be opened.

At least two members of St. Louis 9/11 Questions will be attending the Conference. We are planning to drive up on Friday (10 hour drive), unless there are other arrangements being made here in St. Louis.

My thoughts are 1.) that David Chen's "Appeal to the Anti-War Movement" and War Is Illegal's statement (partly reproduced below) can form a basis for discussion with the anti-war groups. 2.) Michael Andregg's excellent video Rethinking 9/11 specifically addresses the anti-war movement, and we should use it as much as possible. 3.) If Truth is included in the adopted proposal, great. If it is not, we will still have recruited many people and will succeed next time



David Chen: An Appeal to the Anti-War Movement
http://www.911truth.o...­.


war-is-illegal.org
War is illegal
Against a background of escalating ecological crises, and the fact that large parts of the world´s population are being exposed to extreme poverty, inhuman working conditions and increasing social tensions, the annual global military expenditure has risen to more than 1000 billion dollars.
The military-industrial complex of just a few G8 countries is responsible for the overwhelming part of this spending, causing incalcuable social and ecological consequences.

Unequal distribution of global resources, increasingly controlled by large multinational companies, global debt policy and unfair international trading practices ultimately could not be maintained without military security. In many countries the military is used to repress critical opposition.

The terror attacks of September 11, 2001 are increasingly used to justify systematic surveillance and the dismantling of constitutional rights. Even European countries have helped to establish Guantanamo-like secret prisons, where torture in all probability takes place.

Iraq was attacked based on falsified evidence causing the death of hundreds of thousands of people, widespread destruction, destabilization and contamination with cancer-causing depleted uranium munitions.
Now plans to attack Iran and the possibility of a new World War have been made public, meeting resistance even from moderate elements within the military due to the unforeseeable consequences.

Faced with the choice between a war, that according to some western leaders, will last for many years or a possible peaceful transformation we support the following demands:

1) [Impeachment proceedings against US President Bush and US Vice President Cheney before the 2008 election, a demand raised in solidarity with large parts of the US public and some members of US Congress.]
Furthermore prosecution by the International Court of Justice of G. W. Bush, R. Cheney and other officials from various countries for waging wars of aggression contrary to international law and committing crimes against humanity.

2) International investigation of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. They are used as the central justification for the "War on Terror", but well documented evidence shows that the official explanation of 9/11 cannot be correct. International personalities in science, politics, and culture, including high-ranking military veterans, have called for a new investigation.

3) Immediate military withdrawal from Afghanistan and Iraq, and no attack against Iran. International prohibition of war as a means of conflict resolution. Military intervention and export of weapons should be criminalized.
In a civilized society torture must be prohibited in any form.

4) Conversion of military industries to civilian purposes and the development of ecological and sustainable energy resources. According to the UN environmental agency, a fraction of the annual global defence expenditure could ensure that all humans have access to clean water and a basic supply of food and healthcare.
Laura
user 3294782
San Diego, CA
Post #: 429
Hey Donald! : )

How is your group in Saint Louis, MO doing?

Thank you for taking this on!!

This sounds like a really interesting meeting. Let us know how it goes.

Best of luck, and post some group pics when you have some.
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