Bruce Gagnon, Analysis of global conflict zones, bigger agenda, Youth Contest for Peace

globalnetworkFLatin waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Bruce Gagnon the co-founder of Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space . Why is a US military base in South Korea an ecological treat? What is the significance of Jeju Island in this conflict? Officially named an “Island of Peace” by the late President Roh Moo Hyun, Jeju was the site of a 1948 massacre in which more than 30,000 civilians were estimated to have been slaughtered during a democratic uprising.

How do progressive movements co-create collaboration to create an ecologically, economic, political and culturally diverse world. “Jeju isn’t just any island,” Jeju is one of the “Seven Wonders of Nature” for its breathtaking beauty, unique traditions and sacred groves. Of the world’s 66 UNESCO Global Geoparks, nine are on Jeju Island. Bruce Gagnon speaks about US military base in South Korea and the need to end US imperialism in the world. He shares one of his upcoming campaigns engaging youth, please visit Global network
http://www.space4peace.org/

Music By Dana Lyons, The Great Salish Sea and My Tiny Room www.cowswithguns.com

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