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Public Lecture: War With Iran

Public Lecture


U.S. plans for nuclear bombing Iran are ready

At W.E.A. 59 Gloucester St, Christchurch, New Zealand

On Monday, April 24, 2006 at 7.30 P.M.

By Larry Ross (QSM)

Secretary/Founder, NZ Nuclear Free Peacemaking Ass’n

· Bush plans for war with Iran in 2006 using similar false justifications and lies as his illegal Iraq war in 2003.

· Nuclear bombing Iran is part of the plan.

· Iran has no nuclear weapons, and is not making any according to IAEA inspections. It’s no threat to the US or Israel who have thousands of nuclear weapons and could annihilate Iran.

· But the U.S. plans to invent or claim a pretext for this extreme step as it did with Iraq, including blaming Iran for any ‘supposed’ terrorist attack on the U.S.

· New nuclear war doctrines allow: (1) pre-emptive nuclear war against ‘suspected’ nations that the U.S. claims might be planning an attack on the U.S. and: (2) Plans to use nuclear weapons as part of conventional war.

· Nuclear war could kill millions. It could expand to other nuclear weapon states. Global nuclear war would end all life.

· Why is the U.S. planning a war, even nuclear war with Iran, with very disastrous long-term consequences, even destroying civilization and all life? It’s crazy and should be prevented

Learn what may happen and how we can help prevent this catastrophe on Monday, April 24 at 7.30 pm at the W.E.A.

Inform others, forward and display poster. For info Ph: 03-337-0118

Donations and/or help with our campaign needed and very welcome

Write: Box 18541, Christchurch, or email.

For info on Iraq and Iran wars see: http://www.nuclearfreenz.org.nz/

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