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Jan Tamas

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Nebraskans For Peace - Annual Space Organizing Conference

While the speaker from Poland was prohibited from entering the U.S. by Homeland Security, Jan Tamas of the "No To Bases Initiative" in the Czech Republic tied the proposed Star Wars radar in his country directly to StratCom.
From the title of his talk alone, "StratCom is the Main Threat to Peace in the Korean Peninsula," Ko Young-Dae, the representative from Solidarity for Peace and Reunification in Korea (SPARK), made it clear that he understood the connection to the Omaha command center. British activist Lindis Percy of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, who regularly contends with StratCom's presence in her homeland, sized it up perfectly with the expression, "horrid StratCom.


Iowa Peace Network | Des Moines, IA

While the speaker from Poland was prohibited from entering the U.S. by Homeland Security, Jan Tamas of the "No To Bases Initiative" in the Czech Republic tied the proposed Star Wars radar in his country to StratCom.
From the title of his talk alone, "StratCom is the Main Threat to Peace in the Korean Peninsula," Ko Young-Dae, the representative from Solidarity for Peace and Reunification in Korea (SPARK), made it clear that he understood the connection to the Omaha command center. British activist Lindis Percy of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, who regularly contends with StratCom's presence in her homeland, sized it up with the expression "horrid StratCom.


Nebraskans For Peace - Home

We are happy that we will be able to continue to live in our beautiful country without the presence of foreign soldiers," said Jan Tamas, an activist who had organized numerous protests.


http://www.catloversagainstthebomb.org/articles/stratcomconference.php

While the speaker from Poland was prohibited from entering the U.S. by Homeland Security, Jan Tamas of the "No To Bases Initiative" in the Czech Republic tied the proposed Star Wars radar in his country to StratCom.From the title of his talk alone, "StratCom is the Main Threat to Peace in the Korean Peninsula," Ko Young-Dae, the representative from Solidarity for Peace and Reunification in Korea (SPARK), made it clear that he understood the connection to the Omaha command center.British activist Lindis Percy of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, who regularly contends with StratCom's presence in her homeland, sized it up with the expression "horrid StratCom."Similar sentiments were expressed by the German, Swedish, Indian, Japanese, Filipino, Mauritian, Italian, Romanian, and Canadian participants.


STRATCOM CONFERENCE TAKES ISSUE GLOBAL | Peace Action Maine

While the speaker from Poland was prohibited from entering the U.S. by Homeland Security, Jan Tamas of the "No To Bases Initiative" in the Czech Republic tied the proposed Star Wars radar in his country directly to StratCom.From the title of his talk alone, "StratCom is the Main Threat to Peace in the Korean Peninsula," Ko Young-Dae, the representative from Solidarity for Peace and Reunification in Korea (SPARK), made it clear that he understood the connection to the Omaha command center.British activist Lindis Percy of the Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases, who regularly contends with StratCom's presence in her homeland, sized it up perfectly with the expression, "horrid StratCom."Similar sentiments were expressed by the German, Swedish, Indian, Japanese, Filipino, Mauritian, Italian, Romanian and Canadian participants.


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