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Funny Flash:

Aerosol and Electromagnetic Weapons in the Age of Nuclear War

Nov/Dec 2004 issue of Dr. Michael Greger's "Monthly" Newsletter

figured i'd give it a try... seems like "the rage" -

Paying what we owe,3604,1356484,00.html
People should be taxed on what they use of the earth's resources, not 
what they earn.

2004 – Year of the Slave You are a slave. - Draft Threat Level: Elevated
Legal Group Highlights Bush's Alleged War Crimes
Depleted Uranium: The Trojan Horse of Nuclear War

Is the Annexation of Canada part of Bush's Military Agenda? one more reason to love sarah (mclachlan)
Gavin Newsom: Man or Machine? by Peter Feng

Tom Delay/ Charles Hurwitz connection! Clearcut Redwood Forest.

  (22 nov 2004) Greenpeace presents clear evidence of bottom trawler
   destruction of ocean ecosystems. The UN decides to do nothing for two 

ENVIRONMENT: Conservationists Rethink Global Poverty
BANGKOK - The world's poor may soon find a new ally stepping into their
communities with a sympathetic ear to help lift them out of poverty - 
the global
conservation movement.

Petition to Newsweek - Fur is NEVER Fun! (oakland hills / mills)
Petition to Newsweek MagazinePlease sign this petition to Newsweek 
magazine in protest of
their recent article promoting rabbit fur as the latest thing in 

Ranked Choice Voting: an example: See how it works.
If no candidate gets > 50% of vote, least voted is removed,
Pass 2 moves the 2nd choice votes of those who voted 1st for loser, 
into 1st

Did you know Hitler had a similar Act?
The Civil Contingencies Act (formerly known as the Civil Contingencies 
Bill) was passed on 18.11.04. It could be described as "a nightmare come 
 Supposed to modernise civil emergency arrangements, it goes well beyond 
this, aiming to allow the Government and Ministers to exercise almost absolute
powers at the slightest excuse.
 When Parliament's Joint Committee reported on the original Bill in 
November 2003, they were alarmed that:
"In the wrong hands, it could be used to undermine or even remove 
underpinning the British Constitution and infringe human rights".
 Lord Lucas likened the slightly-amended Bill to Hitler's 'Enabling Act'.
"... Are we opening up our system to the equivalent of what happened in
Germany in 1933, when it became possible for an extreme party 
legitimately to
hijack a democracy and turn it into something totalitarian?"
 Find out how it might affect you
and the response:
Do Something:

U.S. Regime Change, Torture, and Murder in Chile

Boycott Aol, Cisco, Netscape, Sun for web censorship in China.

Links to vote fraud updates&Director Page has few answers for state 
lawyer on voting discrepancies

          Bush                     Derek C.                          1967
          Bush                     George Herbert Walker             1948
          Bush                     George Walker                     1968
          Bush                     James S.                          1922
          Bush                     Jonathan J.                       1953
          Bush                     Prescott Sheldon                  1917

          Cheney                   Clifford Dudley                   1898
          Cheney                   Frank Dexter                      1900
          Cheney                   Howell                            1892
          Cheney                   Philip                            1901
          Cheney                   Ronald Lawton                     1958
          Cheney                   Russell                           1904
          Cheney                   Thomas Langdon                    1901
          Cheney                   Ward                              1896
          Cheney, Jr.              Knight Dexter                     1892

          Kerry                    John Forbes                       1966

# 11/29: "Classified X" film screening and discussion (mission district)
 New College of California's Activism & Social Change Emphasis Degree 
 7pm-9pm 766 Valencia @18th & 19th) FREE! or 415-437-3408

# Mon, Nov 29 7:30 pm Film Title: The Future of Food
Unitarian Hall  505 E. Charleston Rd. Palo Alto $5 to $10
 "The Future of Food" offers an in-depth investigation into the 
disturbing truth behind the unlabeled GMO products that have quietly 
filled grocery store shelves over the past decade. From the test tube, 
to the farm field, to the supermarket, the film follows the personal 
stories of the farmers in the U.S., Canada who have been sued by large 
multi-national corporations for continuing the time-honored tradition 
of saving seeds; of the scientists in the U.S. and Europe who have been 
censored for raising serious public and environmental health concerns; 
and finally, of the consumers, who are beginning to question why this 
has escaped the attention of both the media and the Federal agencies in 
charge of keeping our food safe. "The Future of Food" unravels the 
complex web of market and political forces that are changing the nature 
of what we eat. Food has gone from being a basic need to being part of 
a larger billion-dollar battle to control the world's food production.
 The film will be followed by an open discussion led by the film's 
producer, writer, and director, Deborah Garcia.

# Diet for a Dead Planet by Christopher D. Cook Tue Nov 30 7:30 pm Free
 This absorbing study looks at the dangers of American food production,
including exposure of food to food-borne pathogens, pesticides, and
much more. Locally produced, organically grown treats will be provided
by Eatwell Farm. Modern Times Bookstore 888 Valencia @ 20th

# 12/1: Secret History of the Witches: A Max Dashu Slideshow (oakland 
north / temescal) Reading from the Unpublished book
Feminist historian & independent scholar Max Dashu founded the 
Suppressed Histories Archives in 1970, back in the days when Women's 
Studies departments had not yet come into being. Since then, she has 
photographed over 10,000 slides and created 80 slideshows on 
international women's history, including Women in Power, Witch Hunts, 
Racism, Goddesses, and Priestesses. Max has done extensive 
interdisciplinary research on the European witch hunts and folk 
traditions about witches. She is also an artist who publishes prints 
and notecards highlighting powerful women (which are available at 
Chnage Makers). Visit her website for more information
 7:30pm $5-20 Sliding Scale
 Change Makers Books & Gifts for Women
6536 Telegraph Ave Oakland 510-655-2405
4 blocks south of Ashby, on the corner of 66th and Telegraph

# Thu, Dec 2 10-11am Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
Campaign for Safe Cosmetics seeks to eliminate the use of 
carcinogens, mutagens, and reproductive toxins from cosmetic and 
personal care products. Its founding members include Alliance for a 
Healthy Tomorrow, The Breast Cancer Fund, Commonweal, Environmental 
Working Group, Friends of the Earth, Health Care Without Harm, National 
Black Environmental Justice Network, National Environmental Trust, and 
Women’s Voices for the Earth.

# Dear Animal Companions, Guardians, Lovers, Liberators & Vigilers: 
  DAY OF THE DOG Dec 1 Wed Noon, at UCSF through December 7th.   
513 Parnassus Ave 415-751-3756 or e-mail
 protest to spare about 800 dogs and puppies from some very cruel 
and bizarre experiments at UCSF.  We have a very unusual event 
planned and you do not want to miss it! Bring your dogs! Your friends! 
Your kids! Your pom poms! Just be sure to come and take a stand for 
the dogs! We've hot chocolate and soy chai and that’s just the beginning 

# SF FACES 2.0 WED DEC 1 5:30-8:30 pm FREE
free drinks.  free food.  free music.
 40+ local photographers. 100+ amazing photos
 EVERYTHING will be sold at silent auction, with 100% of the proceeds
going directly to VISUAL AID.
 featuring the photography of David Johnson, the first African American
to study under Ansel Adams.

# 12.2 1st Thu Art Receptions 49 Geary @ Market 5:30-7:30 FREE

# "The Gift Giving Show" Opening Reception Holiday Fest 
Thu Dec. 2nd, 2004 6pm-12am, Music, food and fun 
1200 9th St. @ Lincoln

# Thu dec 2 7p-10pm 911 truth alliance meeting 3220 Sacramento
Come meet, share evidence, discuss future actions to expose truth. - - - - -  - - - 

# SLIT Thu Dec 2 free 7 pm
panel discussion: Sunday, December 5th at 4 pm
 SLIT is an art event featuring artists: Sita Bhaumik,
Christine Pan, Elizabeth Sy and Shawn Tamaribuchi.
 From high end photography to craft works and design,
artists showing at SLIT are working within several
mediums but all challenging the notions of
exotification of asian women.
 Center for Sex and Culture 398 11th St (at Harrison)

# Thu, Dec 2 7:00 pm Special screening of the hip-hop doc
 "Straight Outta Hunter's Point" New College Theater
777 Valencia Also, an update on the fight against 
Environmental Racism in Bayview  Hunters Point
Speakers: Tessie Esther, Community Activist, Hunters View Tenants 
Association, Marie Harrison, Greenaction, Community Organizer for 
Bayview Hunters Point $5 - $20 slid  
A benefit to shut down the PG & E Hunters Point Power Plant

# Dec 2 SF League of Pissed Off Voters FIRST EVER General 
Membership Meeting and Potluck!!!
 Come join us at the fantastic communal space False Profit on Dec. 2nd  
to enjoy a post-election reunion and to join in shaping the future of 
the SF League. We'll be exploring the issues we've got in common, 
strategizing about growing our collective power, and brainstorming how 
to throw the best @#$%! parties in town!!! It ain't over! It's just 
 Most of the business at hand will be specific to the San Francisco 
League, but to those of you outside the city - we partied before the 
election, and we're still in this together, so we look forward to 
seeing you. Hopefully we'll be celebrating together for many years to 
come. So bring yourself, your friends, your passion, your ideas, and 
your food! There's lots to do, let's get it started!
 Dec. 2, 2004. Potluck dinner to begin at 6PM, Meeting at 7:30PM
 False Profit, 43 Norfolk St., San Francisco, CA
 between Folsom & Harrison, 11th & 12th
RSVP/offer foods: Amy:

# StreetLevel TV monthly screening Thu Dec 2 8-10pm $5
 992 Valencia St. @ 21st $5 Artist's Television Access

# Paintings by Local Artists @ Matt Gonzalez office Fri Dec 3 5-8pm
 Free SF City Hall Polk @ Grove, room 282

# Fri, Dec 3, 2004 - Sat, Dec 4, 2004      5:30 pm
 CALL TO ACTION: Moving the Agenda for California Women 2005
SBC Media Center 370 Third Street (at Harrison) SF
 Opening Reception, Circle of Courage Award to House Minority Leader 
Nancy Pelosi, and a Conversation with a panel of California Women 
Legislators Saturday, December 4, 2004, 8:30 am – 5:30
-Reviewing the status of California women and girls for Beijing + 10
-Crafting a 2005 Strategic Plan for California women and girls
Join with a group of women leaders, representing California-based 
grassroots organizations, women’s commissions, elected women from all 
over the state, and special guests working with the global women’s 
community to adopt a 2005 California-focused action plan for addressing 
the issues facing women and girls. Using the 1995 International 
Platform for Action, adopted in 1995 by 189 countries in Beijing as a 
guide, participants will assess California’s progress towards meeting 
the goals of the global plan and develop strategies for moving forward 
in the coming year.
The California Women’s Agenda, a project of the Women’s Intercultural 
Network (WIN), convened similar meetings in 1996, which created the 
first CAWA State action plan. In the year 2000, CAWA submitted a 
(Beijing + 5) document to then Secretary of State Madeleine Albright 
for inclusion in the national progress report forwarded by the Clinton 
Administration to the United Nations. Another report to the UN is due 
in March of 2005 and CAWA and the state Commission on the Status of 
Women have joined together for this CALL TO ACTION to provide a vehicle 
for the participation of more women and girls in developing a 
meaningful report.
  Check the websites of the CAlifornia Women’s Agenda 
and the Commission on the Status of Women  
for more details on the assembly and updates on confirmed speakers and 
special guests. Register on-line NOW, or please send an e-mail to the 
Conference Coordinator at for more information. 
For more information contact:
The California Women’s Agenda (CAWA)
California Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW)

# Photo Show Dec. 3rd - Madame S 321 7th St 8-11 pm art reception

#   Pirate Cat Radio Listener Appreciation Party
 Fri Dec 3 pm-2am $7 Live Music by: - PITCH BLACK
- OCS (John Dwyer of the Coachwhips)
 Circus Performance by: - The Latest Show on Earth
PALTTERS! AND MORE! 12 Galaxies, 2565 Mission  21+
# Pulitzer Prize-winning author Ross Gelbspan (The Heat is On, Boiling 
 Point)  to discuss San Francisco's energy independence
 Ross Gelbspan will engage in an in-depth discussion of the urgent need 
 for public works-scale urban green power conversions such as San 
 Francisco's historic May 11 2004 Energy Independence Ordinance to 
 build a 360-megawatt local power network
 San Francisco leads 49 California cities and counties representing 
 nearly 20% of the state's power demand now seeking to implement 
 Community Choice. With major regions like Los Angeles and San Diego 
 Counties seeking to use the Community Choice law to implement a 40% 
 Renewable Portfolio Standard -- over three times the increase required 
 by state law -- Kyoto Treaty-scale (7% from 1990 levels) greenhouse 
 gas reductions could be achieved in just a few years. Learn how to do 
 it in your community. Fri Dec 3, 7-9pm Mill Valley Community Ctr
 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA $10   

# Fri Dec 3 SF Golden Gate Park Stroll/Beginners' Delight
/Bats Galore in San Francisco 6:45 p.m.
 Cast off the dreaded work week and come seek a mysterious partner in 
this winter eve's outing, wandering through SF's Golden Gate Park as 
we celebrate the first US flag raising, Mitsuo Fuchida's birth, and 
the first neon tonight, in a level hike that should take random 
directions before we adjourn to our optional liquid and/or solid 
repast at a local coffee house.  No guarantees on mating, but 
passable weather and good company is practically guaranteed.  We'll 
break somewhere to sip beverages at an appropriate location, and look 
for bats flying over a lake.  Flashlights, beverages in thermoses, 
anything else you tend to need in the dark, and sturdy footwear not 
bad ideas. Distance and difficulty perfect for beginners.  Rain 
doesn't cancel.
DIRECTIONS:  If you opt out of self-carpool location #6 at 5:30 p.m., 
meet us under the stone lions at the SE corner of Fulton and 8th 
Aves. at 6:45.  From the south, 280, take Hwy 1/19th Ave. exit, stay 
in right lanes at the 19th Ave./Juniperro Serra split to continue up 
J. Serra to Sloat, left and continue to the Great Hwy, right.  Go 
past the park and the remodeled windmill and turn right on Fulton. 
Fulton is the northern border of Golden Gate Park and extends from 
the ocean to the Opera House.  Full directions, maps, etc., at
ORGANIZER:  If obsessed by questions, call Jonathon at 415/752-2699, 
6 - 9 p.m. (If returning a call to you is outside San Francisco, 
please continue to call), or email at  Cell 
calls from 7 p.m. at 415/710-2533.  Co-listed with various groups.

# 12/4: Protest Animal Cruelty! (pacifica)
 Chickens are inquisitive and interesting animals who are thought to be 
as intelligent as cats, dogs, and even primates. When in their natural 
surroundings, rather than on factory farms, they form friendships and 
social hierarchies, recognize one another, care for their young, and 
enjoy a full life of dust-bathing, making nests, roosting in trees, and 
PETA is asking KFC to eliminate the worst abuses that chickens suffer 
on the factory farms and in the slaughterhouses of its suppliers, 
including live scalding, life-long crippling, and painful debeaking. 
The more than 750 million chickens killed each year for KFC are 
tortured in ways that would result in felony cruelty-to-animals charges 
if cats or dogs were the victims, but KFC still refuses to make 
changes. As the leader in the chicken industry, KFC has a 
responsibility to ensure that the chickens raised for its buckets are 
protected from the worst cruelties.
 Please join us as we protest the Colonel's secret ingredient 
-- animal  cruelty! 
 KFC Protest  (Monthly) Pacifica 12/04/04 Saturday, 1:00 pm
 Full Details:

# Sat Dec 4th 7.30pm  Kali's Angels @ Open Secret, San Rafael.  Suzanne's  
sensational all-girl acoustic trio brings you "High songs and hot tea  
with loved ones".   More info

# ATTENTION: Voyeurs, Exhibitionists, Uninhibited Sex Sirens, All out Hoochie  Mamas and those with HOT Libidos - Come and bare it and dare to be  seen!
 OPEN, a sultry soiree, is a sexy event for those who wish to  abandon themselves to the hedonistic pleasures of life! 
 Sat Dec 4 8pm - Late OneTaste - 1074 Folsom   $10 adv , $20 door 
 FEATURING: GIVE ME YOUR  BREAST SHOT! (candy for your eyes)
Photographer Raquel Teitler "The Joy of Breasts" - a provocative exhibit 
 SECOND BASE BOOTH Come on in and get felt up  
Exhibit your voluptuous form - and be the  recipient of the grand boobie prize
 SCANTILY CLAD HOSTESSES Serving  sensual delights
 GO GO DANCERS Who will rock your world
 EROTIC PASTRIES by  Sensual Chef Sam Gedal
 AND MUCH, MUCH MORE..... The party is OPEN  to all!!!!!!!!!!!!
 Come dressed and expressed as HOT as you  like!
 Event Contact:  Raquel  

# 12/4: PanTease: Burlesque Revue  848 Divisadero $12

# g r o u n d t e m p o 12.4.04

# Sat Dec 4 Freebeats, Tenderloft, Mayonnaise & DEF present...
 BEATIFICATION OF THE BEAT ecstatic beats for your soul and your feet
 beware, cigarettes  Info: 415-289-6886 136 Taylor @ Turk / Eddy

# Sun Dec 5th - Sacred Spa Launch Party Extravaganza!!
 Please come and learn what 
is all about, enjoy the many offerings of super-talented local artists,
mesmerizing musicians, amazing healers, and fabulous jewlery & clothing
designers!! Yes, I have invited my friends to join me in this celebration
because love and joy are meant to be shared! Also available will be
energy-raising raw food selections offered by amazing, local raw food chefs
to tantalize your tummy. It is a time to rejoice, give thanks, reconnect,
share gratitude, laugh, dance and spread the love. It is also a great
opportunity to pick up some amazing, hand-made, love-filled, gifts for the
coming holiday season, or just hang out, meet cooool people, receive some
bodywork, get a reading and hear some GREAT live music. 
 Sun Dec 5 1-6pm $5 realm of yummy gifts
artists and beyond
SPIRAL MUSE ~ HOME OF WELLBEING  3387 22nd St @ Guerrero 

# Celebration of Forest Activism and Silent Auction to benefit the Bay 
Area Coalition for Headwaters
Gourmet refreshments, live music, book signings.  Auction items 
include camping gear, books, dinners, hot springs retreats, massage, 
yoga classes, art and much more.  Great deals! Benefits the trees!
 Sun Dec. 5, 4 - 8 pm Unitarian Fellowship Hall
1924 Cedar at Bonita, north Berkeley (nr BART)
 BACH 510-548-3113
 Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters (BACH) 2530 San Pablo Ave.
Berkeley, CA  94702 510 548 3113

# Mon Dec 6th - Arete Introduction
 The focus of the Arete Experience is a deep inquiry into community and how a
community can best support each other to step into and live their lives with
an open heart and from their deepest truth. Some of the benefits reported
are - Seeing blind spots to success more easily; Learning to speak the truth
more effectively; Gaining new, potent relationship skills; Feeling more open
minded and open hearted; Increased ability to hold multiple perspectives.
SPIRAL MUSE ~ HOME OF WELLBEING  3387 22nd St @ Guerrero 

# Tue, Dec 7 7p War Crimes and Misdemeanors: A Look at the Coming Year
Community Media Center (Wheelchair accessible)
900 San Antonio Rd. Palo Alto Free
# Humane Trapping of Feral Cats SF SPCA Sat Dec 11 1:30-2:30pm
The class will be held at the SF/SPCA in the old grooming college
Alabama St @  16th St around the corner and to the left of the 
SPCA's spay/neuter clinic. basics will be covered and if time permits,
class will also cover harder to trap cats. No fee. donats apprec. 
 (415) 554-3071 Feral Cat Assistance Prog

# Sat Dec 11th, from 6 til 9pm,  in Bel Marin Keys
 65 Calypso Shores, Novato,
Cost: raw food dish to serve 8 and $3 don 
 6:00 pm start. eat at 6:15 and our speakers 7:00

# Dec 11 Folsom @ 7th

# SF - Sun Dec. 19th "Musicians for Peace Holiday Groove" 
Gateway of Encouragement to promote the development of a Department of Peace  
At 6 pm, press is invited for a press conference, 7 to midnight for the show.
 $10 general admission at door, $8 with butterfly attire, or $6 with wings.
6 pm to midnight, Dec 19 Studio Z, 314 11th St @ Folsom
 "Musicians for Peace Holiday Groove" will feature a host of musicians from 
Musicians for Peace namely William Florian from New Christy Minstrels, Fontain's 
M.U.S.E., Laramie Crocker and Cyoaka Grace of Land of the Blind. The program 
will begin with a kirtan by Maha Kirtan with Saraswati, Jean & Richard. Mary 
Eberspacher will perform a crystal bowl toning and chanting calling the "I Am 
Presence" of each person present. Akasa Tseng will perform a Heaven on Earth 
prayer ceremony. There will also be sets by Mokai, Sophia, Jolie DePauw from 
Lotus Dog, Lauren Renee Hotchkiss, Alan Tower, Chris Skyhawk, Marisa Handler, 
Maria Halyna, Maria Mango, Roberta Donnay, Phil Deal & the Inside/Out Trio, Jenny 
Kerr, Alex Walsh, Farasha, Essence and others. . Steve Bhaerman, also know as 
Swami Beyondananda, will do a special comedy routine. Sherry Glaser of Oh My 
Goddess fame will be doing a skit called `Activist Mom' that will reflect her 
involvement in Breasts not Bombs. 
   Karil Daniels, the producer of Voices of Dissent, will show an 8 minute 
trailer of her documentary about authentic patriotism and protecting First 
Amendment rights against attempts to discredit dissent and limit free speech. 
   There will also be a special poetry reading by Danilee Devere, accompanied by 
Phil Deal & the Inside/Out Trio in honor of poet Allen Cohen, the founder of 
the San Francisco Oracle and cofounder of the Summer of Love and 60's Be-Ins, 
who passed away last April.
   The Holiday Groove will be emceed by Betty Biodiesel and is being produced in 
cooperation with StudioZ and the Department of Peace Campaign and Executive 
Director Alan Moore of the Musicians and Fine Artists for Peace. Sponsoring 
organizations include Global Exchange, Middle East Children's Alliance/MECA, the 
San Francisco New Living Expo, Global Peace Foundation and Get Set. For more 
information visit 

# Sat Dec 25 Charlemagne Coronation Morning 
SF Golden Gate Park Lakes Hike 10:00 A.M.
 Lack of hunks and hunklettes under the morning tree, or simply not up 
for shredding non-biodegradable paper under a dead tree today?  Join 
Jonathon Eros in celebrating Charlemagne's 800 A.D. coronation with a 
flat, leisurely loop that should take about 2 - 2.5 hours to meander 
past most of the lakes in the park.  Consensus choice for multiple 
restroom stops and organizer's tour guide spiels.  Layered clothing 
choices may be needed at solstice but probably not.  Hike begins at 
the southeast corner of Fulton and 36th Ave. at 10:00 a.m.  Post-hike 
options for food/entertainment shall be discussed.  Oh, and extra 
points for bringing along particularly weird Xmaz gifts for our 
viewing pleasure.  DIRECTIONS: From the south, 280, take Hwy 1/19th 
Ave. exit, stay in right lanes at the 19th Ave./Juniperro Serra split 
to continue up J. Serra to Sloat, left and continue to the Great Hwy, 
right.  Go past the park and the remodeled windmill and turn right on 
Fulton.  Or try self-carpool location #6 at 8:55 a.m.  Maps, 
directions, etc. if you email.
ORGANIZER:  Queries to 415/752-2699, 6 - 9 p.m., but  please continue 
to call if organizer's return call to you is long distance, or try (might not be returned after 12/24).  If 
you're really lost, try organizer's cell at 415/710-2533.  Co-listed 
with various groups.  If it rains, we'll be brave and will stumble 
along anyway.
# Santarchy Tokyo 2004 Sat Dec 25 12:00 noon FREE Meet at the statue 
of Hachiko the Faithful Dog at Shibuya Station at 1200 NOON.

# Fri Dec 31st Alcyone @ Anon Salon's "Sea of Dreams 05", Park Plaza  
Hotel, LA. (To Be Confirmed!) Anon Salon hosting 2 fantastic, legendary 
NYE events simultaneously; one at the Regency in SF and the other in LA! 

# Jan 20 Fraudulent inauguration of war criminal GW Bush GENERAL STRIKE
Also Massive National Protests:

# ALL OUT FOR January 20 Counter-Inaugural &
March 19/20 Global Day of Protest on 2nd Anniversary of the war
All cities across the globe. Global:
in SF:

# Mar 19,20 Anniv of 2003 bombing of IRAQ - GENERAL STRIKE
Massive Global Protests: 

Do not feed the machine April 15th. GENERAL STRIKE
Northern California War Tax Resistance announce list. (510) 843-9877
Infor/support for conscientious war tax resisters in the SF Bay Area.

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