"Space Preservation Now!"

Thur.Mar.7 Faulkner: Space Preservation Treaty meeting, "2002 Domino Theory"

Global peace, justice, environmental, and social justice activists are "drawing a line in the sands of space" to unite a large national and global movement to reverse adverse US government policies as "a string of dominos" led by the abrogation of the ABM treaty and expressed US policy for military domination of space with orbiting weapons platforms including nuclear weapons in space.

By uniting the various issue group activists in support of a global Space Preservation Treaty and compatible national legislation recently introduced as the Space Preservation Act of 2002, focusing on June 13th deadline for this "Human Race for Space Preservation", such a "united front" will thereafter also have the power of public support to "topple the dominos our way" in a succession of other special issue actions supported by Global Citizens for a Sustainable Existence Now!

Please pass the word to your friends and activists to attend Faulkner Gallery (at main library downtown) meeting in Santa Barbara, 7pm, Thursday, March 7, 2002, in Santa Barbara to hear Carol Rosin's inspired presentation on plans for this Space Preservation Treaty.

In any case please see for details and from where faxes may easily be sent to congresspeople and senators for their support of Space Preservation Treaty and Space Preservation Act.

Carol Rosin is president of the Institute for Cooperation in Space. She delivers a truly inspired presentation about averting the planned weaponization of space, what Star Wars really means and why June 13 is an important date. She will share her strategic plan to cap the arms race and transform the war industry into a cooperative world space industry. She will identify immediate action steps we can take that will implement the Space Preservation Act and the Space Preservation Treaty. Check the above website and, if you can, come to learn how we can educate and activate people in our spheres of influence.

The Institute for Cooperation in Space is a tax-exempt foundation whose mission is to educate about HR 3613, Congressman Kucinich's bill. The bill will preserve the cooperative, peaceful uses of space for the benefit of all humankind by prohibiting the basing of weapons in space and the use of weapons to destroy or damage objects in space.

The Faulker Gallery event is sponsored by the Social Concerns Committee of the Live Oak Unitarian Congregation, the Social Concerns Commission of the Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara, the Green Party of Santa Barbara County, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, and the Peace and Social Concerns Committee of the Religious Society of Friends.

For more information about this event call 805-964-5320 or 963-2687

For those so inclined, consider downloading from NASA website or copying from new book at bookstores one of the beautiful photos of space galaxies taken from the Hubble telescope and print it on a t-shirt at local copy shop with subtitle:

Space Preservation Now!

-------------thank you on behalf of the future generations who will ask "What did you do in the Spring of 2002 to avert the insanity of the nuclear weaponization of space?"

David Crockett Williams III, C.L.U., B.S. 661-822-3309 General Agent, Chartered Life Underwriter, Chemist Tehachapi, California formerly Santa Barbara '74-'97, San Fernando Valley '49-'74 CLU degree 1971 American College BS degree with honors, Chemistry 1969 CSUN

For the direct cause of true peace with harmony among all life and free natural abundance as paradise on Earth via a future global computer network psibernetics program called Torahk.

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Global Citizens for a Sustainable Existence Now!

-- Anonymous, March 06, 2002

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