By JUDITH MOHLING Activists gathered last Saturday at Nuclear Missile Silo N8, east of Fort Collins. It was a beautiful afternoon and a meaningful event for anti-nuclear activists from Fort Collins, Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder. On our minds were a beloved activist who had died suddenly exactly one year before, and other memorable activists including the three … [Read more...] about A Nuclear Paradox
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Quote from the event that Mary Casper included in her prepared litany for the 2017 witness "Viewed from a legal, political, security and most of all, moral perspective, there is no justification today for the continued maintenance of nuclear weapons...With development needs across the globe far outpacing the resources being devoted to address them, the thought of pouring … [Read more...] about Pictures and notes from N-8 Nuke Silo Witness
Peace Train for October 7, 2018 By JUDITH MOHLING “Space Force” for U.S. Celestial Dominance Gazing at shooting stars while camping in the San Luis Valley recently, I mused that space should be the world's peaceful commons, a vast place that people world wide would agree is off limits for militarism and greed. It isn't. “The time has come to write the next great chapter in … [Read more...] about You want to Pay for this?? You are!!!
As of mid-September the Congress is apparently going to approve an increase in the nuclear Weapons Production Budget of 1.7 Billion dollars to a $13 Billion total. The last fiscal year budget was $11.3 Billion. Funding includes direct stockpile money for four improved or new warheads including the interoperable W 80-4--a new nuclear warhead which will therefore be in … [Read more...] about Congress on verge of approving NNSA Budget requests for New Nukes
Peace Train for August 24, 2018 By JUDITH MOHLING Hot plutonium particles definitely are not cool. They are to be avoided, although with past nuclear activities we all are at risk. As Kate Bush sings, “Chips of plutonium are twinkling in every lung.” Rocky Flats, on a windy plateau eight miles south of Boulder, was home to a plutonium pit factory. Every pit, the core of a … [Read more...] about Rocky Flats – Wild Life Refuge???