The United States is on a path to war with both China and Russia. The U.S. government is pushing up against the borders of both nations with increasingly aggressive military, political, propaganda, lawfare, and economic moves. Both nations are surrounded by the U.S. military and allied forces, and rather than seeking peace and stability, the U.S. government is escalating confrontations, building up military forces which precipitate regional arms races, and funding internal subversion while declaring that U.S. leaders should dictate their type of governance and internal affairs, and demanding that they bow to our government’s will, or else. Doing this with two large nuclear armed powers is risking an escalation that could well end in nuclear war and the termination of all human life on earth.
Speakers: K.J. Noh (Scholar and South Korean Army veteran) and Col. Ann Wright (retired U.S. Army colonel and State Dept. diplomat) speak on China, and Bruce Gagnon (Coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space) and Ray McGovern (retired CIA analyst who in the 1980s chaired the National Intelligence Estimates and prepared the President’s Daily Brief) will speak on Russia. Michael Wong, vice president of Veterans for Peace, San Francisco chapter #69, is MC.