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ECONOMICS OF WAR AND PEACE November 4th Teleseminar

We welcome you to join us on Sunday, November 4th for the fourth session of our Sustainable Economics teleseminar series, this one titledECONOMICS of WAR and PEACE. Information aboutour guest speakers and how to connect to the webinar is below. We will focus on the specifics of economic justice as the necessary precondition for peace. Even if you have not participated in previous sessions we think you will get great value from ECONOMICS of WAR and PEACE.

Specific topics for November 4th  Economics of War and Peaceinclude waging peace, land and resource wars, financial domination, US foreign policy, ecocide, shifting from “full spectrum dominance” to full spectrum sharing, resource rent for public revenue, geo-confederation for conflict zones, earth rights democracy.

We have some very powerful guest speakers lined up for November 4th. S. Brian Willson has been a strong voice for peace for the past several decades. His book – Blood on the Tracks: The Life and Times of S. Brian Willson – tells his life story as a Vietnam-era soldier who emerged as a die-hard dissident, driven to expose and oppose not only warfare in general but also the US' unique role in spreading military terror around the world.

Our other guest speaker is Fred Foldvary, an economics professor at Santa Clara University and a scholar who teaches about how to build an economics for a peaceful planet. He will speak about “geo-confederation” as an innovative approach to resolving conflicts over land and natural resources.

Please print out and post these details so you will be ready to join us for Economics of War and Peace:

Sunday, November 4th.      4:00pm Eastern, 1:00pm Pacific, 9:00pm UK.

(For other time zones go to the World Clock:

Teleseminar Website go to:

To prepare for this session:

This Land is Mine–

In three minutes this animation tells the story of the wars in the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant, since the cavemen until today.

What I Learned about US Foreign Policy– a video compilation by Frank Dorrel here:

Brian Willson’s interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now

Brian’s new book is titled:“BLOOD ON THE TRACKS: The Life & Times of S. Brian Willson”. His website is:

Peace through Confederal Democracy and Economic Justice by Fred Foldvary:

For questions or comments on this teleseminar you may contact co-hosts Alanna Hartzok or Wendell Fitzgerald at:  and

The Sustainable Economics Teleseminars are presented by the Conscious Evolution Teleseminar Group.

We suggest that you print out and post these details so you will be ready to join us for Economics of War and Peace.

Please forward to others who you think may be interested. Thank you!

ADDENDUM  - more from Frank Dorrell –

You can watch my film: "What I've Learned About U.S. Foreign Policy: The War Against The Third World"

On-Line at:

S. Brian Willson comes on at 1 Hour: 52 Minutes

This is a 2-hour video compilation featuring the following 10 segments:

1. Martin Luther King Jr., Civil rights leader speaking out against war

2. John Stockwell, CIA Station Chief in Angola

3. Coverup: Behind the Iran-Contra Affair U.S. Support of the Contras in Nicaragua.

4. School of Assassins, Our own terrorist training school at Fort Benning, Georgia.

5. Genocide by Sanctions, 5,000 Iraqi children die every month due to the U.S. Sanctions.

6. Philip Agee, Former CIA official who spent 13 years in the agency, wrote CIA Diary

7. Amy Goodman, Host of Democracy Now, Pacifica Radio NY, on the CIA and East Timor.

8. The Panama Deception Academy award for best documentary on U.S. Invasion of Panama

9. Ramsey Clark, Former Attorney General, talking on U.S. Militarism and foreign policy.

10. S. Brian Willson, Vietnam Veteran -Wages Unconditional Peace

You can read ADDICTED To WAR on line at:





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