Daniel Berrigan

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Daniel Berrigan is a contributing editor at Sojourners.[1]

People's Peace Treaty

The People's Peace Treaty (PPT) was a fraudulent document of "peace" between the leftist-led National Student Association (NSA) of the US and several North Vietnamese communist "student" fronts, as well as with the [[National Liberation Front/SV], the political wing of Hanoi's Lao Dong Party in South Vietnam and the Lao Dong Party of North Vietnamese itself.

The organization behind this "peace treaty" placed a nearly full page ad in the New York Times (NYT) of March 7, 1971, Sunday edition, Page 7, starting with a quote by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, August, 1959 which said "People want peace so much that one of these days governments had better get out of their way and let them have it." [The quote was referring to the Captive Nations of the Soviet Bloc, North Korea and Red China (which had just invaded Tibet and conquerred it).

A list of "endorsers" of the PPT included:

More on the People's Peace Treaty and its communist history can be found in several House Internal Security Committee hearings entitled "National Peace Action Coalition ((NPAC) and People's Coalition for Peace & Justice (written on the hearing volume as Peoples Coalition for Peace & Justice, (PCPJ), 92nd Congress, 1st Session, Parts 2 and 3, 1971.

Palestine Human Rights Campaign

A brochure came out in early 1978 announcing "A National Organizing Conference" sponsored by the Palestine Human Rights Campaign to be held on May 20-21, 1978, at American University, with the theme of "Palestinian Human Rights and Peace".

The list of "Sponsors" was a mix of a several groupings including the Communist Party USA and its sympathizers, the World Peace Council, the Hanoi Lobby, black extremists, mainly marxists, radical Christians, and Arab/Arab-American organizations, plus a few phone-booth sized pro-Palestinian Christian groups.

Individual sponsors of the event included Daniel Berrigan.

Colombia Support Network

As of 2009, the Colombia Support Network Advisory board consisted of ;[2]

External links


  1. Staff
  2. [http://colombiasupport.net/2009/colombian_army_csn_report_08_09.pdf, COLOMBIA SUPPORT NETWORK P.O. BOX 1505 MADISON, WISCONSIN 53701, August 24, 2009, THE COLOMBIAN ARMY: TERRORISM, THIEVERY, BUNGLING AND MASSACRES]
  3. CSN Advisory board