Why Are We Risking Nuclear War over Ukraine? Have We Gone Mad? (MUST WATCH)

SHORT VIDEO CLIPS, 13 Jun 2022

Col. Richard Black (ret.) | Schiller Institute – TRANSCEND Media Service

27 May 2022 – Col. Richard Black (ret.), former head of the U.S. Army’s Criminal Law Division at the Pentagon and former Virginia State Senator, addresses the May 26 Schiller Institute conference.


* View the entire conference here
* Sign the Schiller Institute petition, “Convoke an International Conference to Establish A New Security and Development Architecture for All Nations

 


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One Response to “Why Are We Risking Nuclear War over Ukraine? Have We Gone Mad? (MUST WATCH)”

  1. Walther Moser says:

    I am now reading TMS for the first time. I actually think critically and very pacifistly and I just listened to a long conference about creating peace with peace researchers (from HSFK), taz-journalist etc.!
    I am very surprised to read in the petition that the sanctions against Russia are illegitimate
    and from Mr Black
    They cannot afford not to win this war…

    NATO has made mistakes in the past – but they do not justify the brutal war against civilians and cities that Russia is waging against Ukraine.
    I had expected a neutral stance from Transcend in the sense of seeking transformation – transcendere.

    I find it very good and important that a worldwide peace conference is being held.

    Freiburg, Germany

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