Tag Archives: CPIS

Which would you find more insulting?

COLORADO SPRINGS- I’m not sure which is the more insulting, being accused of murder, or being likened to a hayseed Howdy Doody with nothing between his ears. However cold-blooded the death merchants may be, calling them murderers to their faces … Continue reading

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National Space [Weapons] Symposium

REMINDER! The military-industrial complex converges this week on the Broadmoor Conference Center, in the guise of “Space Symposium 2009.” The biggest mercenaries, profiteers, mass-murderers and top brass will gather over cocktails in the late afternoon, after weapons exhibitors have set … Continue reading

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Defense Industry belligerance mindset

Mark’s amusing Space Symposium Billy Bad-Ass video is getting traction. As the CPIS delegation is enroute to Omaha, KRDO Channel 13 talked to Mark and I about Tuesday morning (and Wednesday morning 2006). The man who blind-sided our costumed Darth … Continue reading

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Pete Field draws international attention

Mark has more photos at CSaction.org

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Protest of Space Profiteer Arms Sellers

Citizens for Peace In Space and representatives from the Global Network turned up to protest the annual space profiteering convention. Continue reading

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Press release from Damien Moran

Irish anti-war activist Damien Moran [at Left], acquitted in Dublin Circuit court 18 months ago by jury trial of doing €2 million disarmament to a U.S. military plane at Shannon airport as a protest against the Iraq war, was deported … Continue reading

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CPIS guest Damien Moran denied entry!

ALERT: Citizens for Peace In Space visiting lecturer Damien Moran has been denied entry to the US at O’Hare Airport, because of his arrest in Ireland for the 2003 PIT-STOP PLOUGHSHARES action, for which he was ACQUITTED!   Here’s an … Continue reading

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CPIS against Space Weapons Symposium

Reminder: Citizens for Peace In Space will be protesting the Space Symposium held annually at the Broadmoor. As usual the event is 99% about space weaponry. Come see all the smarmy businessmen (suntans and loafers) and their military meal tickets … Continue reading

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Loring Wirbel of CPIS on Al Jazeera

Citizens for Peace In Space consulted for an Al Jazeera discussion.

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Police foreknowledge on St Patricks Day

We used to joke around the fire at Camp Casey about whether we were being surveilled or infiltrated by agents or disruptors even, as has been done with historic regularity to opposition political groups and their organizers. Even to discuss … Continue reading

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Uproot nuclear missiles in our backyard

Vigil to commemorate Trinity atomic test blast, July 16, 1945 Nuclear SILO N-8, Weld County, 1pm Saturday, July 14, 2007 (CITIZENS FOR PEACE IN SPACE carpool starts at PPJPC at 9:30am) From Bill Sulzman of Citizens for Peace In Space: … Continue reading

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We lose they lose

Protesting at the side of the street does seem futile at times, it certainly seems so just thinking about it. But out there catching each others eyes, you’re reminded of its mysterious power, particularly when you’re shown to what extent … Continue reading

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Get thee to the Broadmoor! ASAP!

For Immediate Release: April 12, 2006 9:00am Contact: Bill Sulzman (719) 389 0644 Activists challenge the blocked sidewalk at the Broadmoor Colorado Springs, April 12, 2006 — At 11:30am, TODAY, April 12, members of Citizens for Peace in Space and … Continue reading

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Call to arms, Broadmoor, 11am Thursday

On Monday Citizens for Peace In Space greeted attendees of the week-long 23rd Annual Space Symposium held at the Broadmoor. It’s the annual gathering of the world’s leading war profiteers. The corporations who hold the contracts to put weapons in … Continue reading

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Department of Homeland Security Department

I attended a symposium at UCCS to address Defense Department funding of the University of Colorado school system. Throughout, the science professors generally disavowed understanding of direct military funding. In addition, they stressed that Near-Space research was being pursued for … Continue reading

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Space Symposium protest 2006 part 3

Day 3: Wednesday Was it because I hadn’t had any non-violence training? Is that why everyone jumped in to enforce a stand down from my assailant? Our protest was just getting started, I was holding half of a banner in … Continue reading

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Space Symposium protest 2006 part 2

Day 1: Monday On Monday we stood, nearly two dozen of us at the corner of Lake and Lake Circle, we sang our song to an Oscar Meyer melody, we held banners, we blew our whistles and we handed out … Continue reading

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Stopping arms in space

It’s called the 2006 Space Symposium, and this year it is seeing a record number of attendees. But the participants are not space explorers, they’re arms manufacturers. Space exploration is for NASA I guess, the symposium is about coordinating the … Continue reading

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