During mid-2014, Thurston Community Television (TCTV, www.tctv.net) was replacing its production equipment, so we repeated a great program that we had aired in November 2012 and was still fully relevant now in 2014 — and up to the current day. To watch this 1-hour interview, click HERE. To read the brief summary below in .pdf format, click HERE. Since World War II – and especially since the Soviet Union collapsed more than 20 year ago – the US has been the world’s #1 military power. And, indeed, the US has used that military power continuously since the 1940s in many […]
The Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation’s June 2017 TV program focuses on a crisis that Congress and Obama and Trump have been making much worse. But this crisis has been largely ignored by mainstream news media and the general public. Decades after the Cold War ended, the U.S. is recklessly provoking a new nuclear arms race! It’s bad enough that our government continues its dangerous intentions to use nuclear weapons. But now our government wants to replace our thousands of nu-clear weapons with horribly expensive new ones. Some of these are designed to be more usable – more likely to actually […]
In mid-November 2017 I compiled some recent important news and information about nuclear weapons. Read the article at this link: 2017 Autumn news
The Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation’s October 2016 TV program critiques U.S. foreign policy, especially how – instead of providing national security – the U.S.’s military violence actually makes us less secure! The program also helps us understand why the government keeps using military violence. In our daily lives we know that violence is wrong and counter-productive, but the U.S. government routinely threatens and uses military violence all over the world. At the end of this hour we propose nonviolent and socially just ways to achieve more profound, holistic “security” not only for our nation, but for the entire world. You […]
Watch a 1-hour interview about nuclear weapons and nonviolent efforts to resist them, based at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action (www.gzcenter.org) next to the Trident nuclear weapons base at Bangor in Kitsap County WA. Our guests are the Rev. Anne Hall, David Hall, M.D., and Brian Watson, three of Ground Zero’s very active participants. Click THIS to watch the interview.
Watch a 1-hour interview about nuclear weapons. Three guests from Olympia WA share information and insights. They are TJ Johnson, Alice Zillah, and Bernie Meyer. This was Olympia FOR’s April 2009 TV program. Click THIS to watch the interview.
Watch a 1-hour interview about nuclear weapons. Two expert guests from the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action (next to the Trident nuclear submarine base) bring us up to date and help us think more clearly about the issues. Host Glen Anderson interviews two guests: Tom Rogers served in the Navy for 32 years on submarines and retired as a captain. He commanded a nuclear attack submarine during the Cold War. Now he volunteers actively to stop nuclear weapons. Leonard Eiger has a professional background in public health. For a number of years he has worked to abolish nuclear weapons, […]
Watch a 1-hour interview about U.S. meddling in Ukraine and U.S. provocation against Russia — and the danger of a nuclear war resulting from this. This was Olympia FO’s July 2015 TV program. Click THIS to watch the interview. To rea a thorough summary of what we said, click THIS.
Watch 1-hour interview about current and increasing dangers from nuclear weapons and new efforts to roll back those dangers. This was Olympia FOR’s June 2017 TV program. Click THIS to watch the interview. To read a thorough summary of what we said, click THIS.