Imperialism & war

Rally to commemorate Hiroshima, for peace & against nuclear submarines, AUKUS & war. Speakers include Dr William Briggs, local international relations expert. Special appearance by Albanese & Marles & their puppet-master Uncle Sam.

Join Stop AUKUS WA for a banner line up along the Swan River opposite the Left Bank Hotel to show Peter Dean and the ‘Think and Drink’ folk that we oppose the militarisation and nuclearisation of our Defence Policy and education system.

Find out more about the dangers of the AUKUS agreement.

The Justice and Peace Office and Independent and Peaceful Australia Network (IPAN) are delighted to welcome two visitors from the Pacific: Monaeka Flores from Guahan (aka Guam) and Shinako Oyakawa from Okinawa who are in Sydney for one day only.

Stop Talisman Sabre, RIMPAC & AUKUS. Speakers include Monaeka Flores, Shinako Oyakama, Arama Rata, Anne Pakoa. De-militarise, de-nuclearise, de-colonise.

Peace conference launching a speaking tour by conference and speaking tour by Monaeka Flores (Guahan/Guam) and Shinako Oyakawa (Ryukyu/Okinawa)

The AUKUS (Australia, United Kingdom, United States) is a security pact under which the US and UK will assist Australia in acquiring nuclear-powered submarines. It was announced by Scott Morrison on 15 September 2021 and replaced the submarine-building agreement Australia had with France - Macron’s famous “I don’t think, I know” encapsulated French fury about the decision.

AUKUS will increase the likelihood of war in the region and place Australia in the frontline of any US-led war on China, direct immense public money to the military, and more. Come and discuss how we can stop AUKUS and redirect the $368 billion to social and ecological needs.

Merri-Bek councillors Sue Bolton & Monica Harte are calling a community rally in the local Merri-Bek rally following the passing of the motion declaring opposition to the Australian government’s plan to spend more than $368 billion dollars on the purchase of nuclear-powered submarines. The council also declared Merri-bek to be a nuclear free zone.

Screening of the film that helps build the case against war with China with Q&A by director David Bradbury.

Red Cinema Presents: The Road to War, with keynote speaker and film director, David Bradbury.

Earthcare not Warfare!

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