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Announcement :: War and Militarism
20 Jun 2007


Sunday JUNE 24
11am — 9pm
45 Mount Auburn Street
Harvard Square • Cambridge
1:00 p.m. The Myth and the Reality Directed by Ken Jenkins
(1 hr. 39 min.)

Philosopher David Ray Griffin details nine of the most commonly held misconceptions about the events surrounding 9/11 and shows the fallacies of each.

3:00 p.m. 9/11 Mysteries (Demolitions)
Directed by Sophia Saphquat
(1 hr. 30 min.)

Ninety minutes of pure demolition evidence and analysis laced with eyewitness testimony
— presents the simple physics of the Twin Towers’ collapse.

5:05 p.m. Money As Debt (Animation)
Produced by Paul Grignon
(47 min.)

A fabulous, fun yet powerful introduction to the issue of monetary reform. The topic of “debt-money” is THE ISSUE of our times and this animated film is packed with insights from prominent bankers, economists and presidents.

6:05 p.m. Fiat Empire
Produced by William I. Van Allen, Jr.
(60 min.)

Presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul and other scholars discuss the Federal Reserve and various studies indicating it encourages war, destabilizes the economy, and is the instrument of unjust enrichment for a select group of insiders.

7:25 p.m. Mohamed Atta and the
Venice Flying Circus Directed by Daniel Hopsicker
(60 min.)

Were three of the four terrorist pilots on 9/11, who learned to fly in Venice, Florida, being trained in a still-secret covert intelligence operation that somehow went horribly
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21 Jun 2007
Modified: 10:42:31 AM
Lately an inner voice was distracting me much as I was working on a computer, which is already quite repetitive, and it proved to be correct (is not the same as right). My age is always essential to people in exact ratio to how I don't wish to consider it myself; this is a form of pestering me, characteristic of lovers and friends and imitated by who seek my appendix or the other way round. I don't know what comes first for time to me is just causality, logic that people miss except in slowly dying. I asked someone recently what life is like in between abortion and euthanasia, but I got no answer. These two modern obsessions don't bring the timelessness that people seek. I used to think that woman represents space and man time, respectively eros and logos (logic) but I changed my mind. Superficially speaking women live with time more than (with) men. This is biological. They have their period and are more curious about the weather forecast and the news as an analogy. Mahatma KH once observed that people imitate nature compulsively. Is that why there is so much bloodshed?