Tue, 12 June 2007
38Mb. 128kbps. mono 41mins. 45 secs.
Omega, Adrienne, and Gail prepare for their trip to the Shoalwater Peace Convergence with an exclusive interview with Dr. Zohl de Ishtar, from the ACPACS (the Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies) Nobel Peace prize nominee, author of "Daughters of the Pacific" and "Pacific Women Speak out for Independence and de-Nuclearisation". She highlights some of the devastating social, health and environmental consequences of US military activities in Asia and the Pacific region (particularly on Guam and the Marshall Islands), and Australia's integration into the US war machine. A warning of the inevitable effects of the joint Australia/US military exercises taking place at Shoalwater this month.