A film by Michael Rivero
Last 2nd-Sunday meeting (Dec. 14) screened the movie “A Century of Enslavement.” The discussion following was rousing, to say the least. It went on for over an hour, and among some attendees, even after everyone was encouraged out of the room and the doors closed.
As announced during that discussion, the 2nd Sunday in January will continue that general topic with the screening of the movie, “All Wars are Bankers Wars.” The movie’s director, Michael Rivero, offered these words in introducing the movie:
I know many people have a great deal of difficulty comprehending just how many wars are started for no other purpose than to force private central banks onto nations, so let me share a few examples, so that you understand why the US Government is mired in so many wars against so many foreign nations. There is ample precedent for this.
This is just a list the examples he shared:
- The American Revolution
- The War of 1812
- The Civil War
- World War One
- World War Two
As the number of wars, although of many varieties, increased thereafter, Rivero summed it up for one of these varieties, saying, “Since WW2, the US has covertly tried to overthrow the governments of 56 nations, succeeding 25 times.”
Please join us for this very special evening. All are welcome. This event is FREE.
The meeting is at Joyce Beers Uptown Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. Hillcrest -- Uptown/Ralph's Shopping Center, next to Panera Bread Restaurant.
Park in underground structure across the street and north, behind Trader Joe's. Street parking is time limited and subject to being towed.