I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones
-Albert Einstein (contemplating nuclear devastation)

Media: Videos, Photos...

Get an incredible (and rare) bird's eye view of Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor. Panoramic and close-up video include warhead storage bunkers, Delta Pier and Explosives Handling Wharf.

May, 2012: A solidarity video message from Gangjeong village for the friends who join international demonstrations in solidarity with Gangjeong.  We had just held a protest (in support of the Jeju Island people's struggle  against the new naval base) at the Seattle Korean Consulate on April 30th.

Bruce Gagnon, Coordinator of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, speaks on "The Deadly Connection: Endless War and Economic Crisis" in Seattle in April, 2012.

Talk on some of the history of the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action located next to the Bangor Trident Submarine Base in Kitsap County, WA. Speakers include Tom Rawson, Shelley Douglass, Jim Douglass, Lynne Greenwald and Brian Willson. Thanks to Mike McCormick of Talking Stick TV.

Vigil and Nonviolent Direct Action by the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action community at the Bangor Trident Base, August 9, 2010.  Video by Rodney Herold.  Music by Joe Crookston: "Able, Baker, Charlie, and Dog".

Dr. John Burroughs, Executive Director of the Lawyer's Committee on Nuclear Policy spoke at Seattle's Town Hall on "From Auschwitz to Trident: The Nuclear Weapons of Puget Sound, the Power of International Law, and Citizen Responsibility in Abolishing Nuclear Weapons"

Steven Leeper, Chairperson of the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation, spent the week with us during the Disarm Now Plowshares trial – observing, supporting and testifying, and sharing his experience and knowledge with others. Mike McCormick interviewed Steve on Saturday, December 11th, on KEXP Radio, Seattle. Steve gave a rich explanation of the purposes and functions of Mayors for Peace and the Hiroshima Peace Culture Foundation, provided perspective on the trial, and spoke directly about the world “nuclear weapons crisis.”