The January 2023 program on “Glen’s Parallax Perspectives” TV series provides fresh information and insights toward abolishing nuclear weapons.
Besides facts, we provide a positive “can-do” attitude with practical strategies. We explain things clearly enough so people who do not already know much about nuclear weapons will easily understand and become enthusiastic about abolishing them.
One truly expert guest – Tom Rogers – helps us explore this topic. Tom Rogers retired from the U.S. Navy in 1998 after a 32-year career as a submarine officer. He commanded a nuclear attack submarine during the Cold War. When the Cold War ended in 1991, he recognized the opportunity – and the need – to abolish nuclear weapons. Since 2004, he has been an active member of an organization working to abolish nuclear weapons. The Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action is located immediately next to the Trident nuclear submarine base in Kitsap County, Washington. Tom and other Ground Zero peace activists have always worked to create mutually respectful human relations with Navy personnel.
Our interview lays out an easy-to-understand three-step plan toward nuclear disarmament. Our interview includes Tom’s visuals. We explain the plan clearly.
Glen typed up a very thorough summary of what we said during the interview — and included much additional information, including a list of some good organizations and websites working for peace.
Besides watching the interview video, I hope you will also read the thorough summary document I wrote because it provides some additional information and links. CLICK THE NEXT LINK TO READ THE THOROUGH SUMMARY:
Our guest, Tom Rogers also provided a .pdf version of the images we showed on the screen and some more information to explain them. See that here: From Opposition to Abolition Presentation Handout
After I produced this TV program and posted it to my blog, my e-mail address changed from firstname.lastname@example.org to email@example.com. When you watch the TV video and/or read the linked document, please use my new e-mail address if you have any questions or want more information.