Denver, Boulder, and Grand Junction Monthly Meetings: “You, Me and the SPP” March 2012

What do secrecy, police provocateurs, an assault on democracy, and infringements on citizens’ rights have in common?

The answer? The Security Prosperity Partnership (SPP).

Colorado 9/11 Visibility is proud to present this month the latest, feature length, documentary film by Paul Manly, You, Me and the SPP, which exposes the latest manifestation of a corporatist agenda that is undermining the democratic authority of the citizens of North America.

Film Description:
Two processes, the Security Prosperity Partnership (SPP) and the Trade Investment Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA), are rapidly eroding and eliminating standards, civil liberties, regulatory systems, and institutions put in place over generations through the democratic process. Proponents of the SPP and TILMA say that they are needed to keep trade flowing; opponents say these agreements not only undermine the democratic authority of citizens, they threaten the sovereignty of the three nations through the integration of military, security structures, and regulatory regimes. [Read more…]

Denver and Boulder Monthly Meetings: Money and Debt, October 2011

In sympathy with the aims of the hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protests around the world, this month we will diverge from our usual 9/11 Truth focus and explore the subject of the dominant worldwide economic system that has served the 1% rather than the 99%.

Is there a tie-in to 9/11 Truth?  9/11 was used to justify the invasion and occupation of weaker countries.   Those who have subscribed to the economic system in which the dollar reigns supreme have been subjected to another form of invasion and enslavement, even a more effective one than military occupation.  We must understand money and how it can be another “weapon of imperialism.”

With five video segments, we will look at what is wrong with our financial system and how it is destructive to individuals, societies, and the environment. Then we’ll explore some specific solutions, including the Public Bank Movement currently under way in fourteen states. [Read more…]