Date: February 27, 2023 / Time: 7:00 PM EST
With tensions rising between the U.S. and China, and intervention escalating in Ukraine, it’s urgent that we understand the hidden interests behind these and other developments.
On Monday, February 27th, at 7 PM ET, join CAM for an investigative webinar on how the military-industrial complex is driving U.S. foreign policy toward a potential world war while wasting much-needed resources on the rich.
Register now for the Webinar
To be held on: February 27, 2023 / Time: 7:00 PM EST
Speakers Include: Christian Sorenson, author of Understanding the War Industry, shows how Congress and the media are bribed and bullied into funding endless global conflicts to fatten corporate profits; Joan Roelofs, author of The Trillion Dollar Silencer, reveals how the U.S. war machine shuts up dissent and shuts down protests; Jeremy Kuzmarov, author of four books on U.S. foreign policy and CAM managing editor; and William Astore, professor of military history and 20-year Air Force veteran (Lt. Colonel, ret.), exposes the pathological disconnect between the war industry’s Strangelovian thirst for power and dominance…and profit.
Glad to see Christian Sorenson on the list.
Military spending is on pace to crowd out all other federal discretionary spending in just a few years. America is fighting a proxy war with the country with the world’s largest nuclear arsenal, gearing up for a hot war with China, and pushing the world to the brink of WWIII. America has – what – over 800 bases in over 100 countries? And three new ones in the Philippines. And a COMPLETELY docile, clueless populus. Our only hope is that America can peacefully go broke before it starts WWIII but I’m not at all hopeful. https://stonefruit.substack.com/p/the-american-empire-is-over
they’ve been overbilling congress for years. the hiddens stash in the trillions for wall street.
Will it be possible to download this webinar?
Realtime or later?
Thanks for hosting this, and please ask speakers to time their presentations, leaving room for Q&A, and speak at a moderate pace. Last time some were just speed-talking and it doesn’t help get points across.
Bonus points for not reading a script verbatim.
Thanks NorCal. Very good points! We’ll try to implement.