WATCH: Anti-Nuclear War Rally at United Nations

On the 78th anniversary of the U.S. atom bombing of Hiroshima, an anti-nuclear war rally has gathered in front of United Nations headquarters on Sunday. Speakers include Scott Ritter. Watch it here. 



Gerald Celente, Founder/Director of the Trends Research Institute and Publisher of Trends Journal magazine; Founder, Occupy Peace & Freedom

Mike ter Maat, 2024 candidate for the Libertarian Party Presidential nomination, former White House economist, professor, entrepreneur, and pro-reform police officer

Scott Ritter, former U.S. Marine Corps intelligence officer and author. He served in the Soviet Union as an inspector implementing the INF Treaty, served on Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf’s staff during the Gulf War, and from 1991 to 1998 served as a chief weapons inspector with the UN in Iraq

Nick Brana, National Chair of the People’s Party, and an organizer with Rage Against the War Machine

Jose Vega, staffer for the Sare for Senate campaign (NY), and also a LaRouche activist since 2014

Ahmadou Diallo, President and founder of the Guinean American League of Friends for Freedom, analyst for the Guinean community in New York and other U.S. states

Rev. Dr. Terri L. Strong, Chairwoman of the Action and Global Concerns Committee for the National Church Women United Organization

Organized by Humanity for Peace

3 comments for “WATCH: Anti-Nuclear War Rally at United Nations

  1. Rudy Haugeneder
    August 7, 2023 at 11:08

    Where were the people? Where?

    • Valerie
      August 8, 2023 at 16:38

      I’ve now watched the rest of the video. To be fair, this “Humanity for Peace” is a new movement, so perhaps the lack of people is excusable. However, it’s worthwhile visiting their website. Their doctrine is “spot on”.

  2. Valerie
    August 6, 2023 at 18:45

    I’m only halfway through the video. I hadn’t heard of Gerald Celente or Diane Sare, but i am impressed with both their passion and knowledge. Scott Ritter’s presentation, is as always, incredibly capturing. However, the popular belief of a nuclear scenario is rather disconcerting. Whereas i appreciate the fear of nuclear war, i am disinclined to believe that the “billionare perverts” (as Ms. Sare referred to them) would really like to spend the rest of their days in a bunker. (And for all intents and purposes, it is they, the “billionaire perverts” who control the everyday goings-on.) So i remain “on the fence” as it were, regarding nuclear war. (BUT, i did notice a recently installed solar powered siren tower at the end of my village.)

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