Screening of “Thirty Seconds to Midnight” on October 12, 2018 at 6PM

You are invited to a FREE screening of Regis Tremblay’s film “Thirty Seconds to Midnight”

Friday October 12th, 2018
6 PM
Albuquerque Center for Peace & Justice
202 Harvard SE (Corner of Harvard & Silver)
Albuquerque, NM 87106

Thirty Seconds to Midnight Film Poster

Sponsored by:
Veterans for Peace
Progressive Democrats of America End Wars & Occupations Action Group

“More urgent and relevant now than at the height of the Cold War.” – Regis Tremblay

“What an amazing and educational film. Thank you so much for all your efforts and thanks to all the brave people struggling to make this planet a better place in spite of severe odds.” – Lorena E.

Regis Tremblay began researching the origins of American militarism, which led him on a journey back to the 15th Century when Europeans first arrived in the Americas and began the genocide and stealing of land and resources from the Native peoples. Since 1798, the United States has militarily invaded more than 500 countries on every continent, and since 1945 has killed more than 20 million people. This vicious assault continues today in Afghanistan, Pakiastan, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Somalia, Syria and lesser publicized places.

The provocations of both Russia and China, with bases and missiles surrounding both countries and with thousands of troops directly on Russia’s borders, have humanity on the brink of extinction. In America today anti-Russian and Putinphobia are stirring up hysteria and preparing the country and the world for war. This film traces the trajectory of U.S. militarism and war from the arrival of the illegal occupiers in the 15th Century to the present day. The actions of the political class and their global, elite masters have humanity on the brink of extinction. We are witnessing the epic battle for the survival of humanity.

Read more about the film’s backstory…

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