Films For Peace presents "PLAN COLOMBIA:
CASHING IN ON THE DRUG-WAR FAILURE"
FRIDAY JULY 15, 7PM (57- min.)
In the 20 years of the U.S. "war-on-drugs" in
Colombia paid for by U.S. tax-payers, more
and more drugs and narco-dollars are entering
the US every year.
"Plan Colombia" looks at why the US war-on-drugs
has resulted in a two-fold increase in cocaine imports
to the US over the last decade alone. The doc also
looks at the impact the spraying of Monsanto defoliant
has had on farming communities,
Is the current US "oil" administration even concerned
with fighting drugs in Colombia, another top oil
supplier to the US, when its US-friendly regime
is being threatened by leftist guerrilla groups ?
* Shocking facts & original footage shot in Colombia.
* Exclusive interviews of the late Senator Paul Wellstone,
Noam Chomsky, and many key-players including
You won't want to miss this documentary!
Filmmaker Gerard Ungerman will lead
the discussion after the screening.
Narrated by Ed Asner,
FRIDAY, July 15, 7:00 PM
2127 Lincoln Blvd, in Santa Monica
(at Pacific St. - 3 blocks south of Pico Blvd.)
Velocity serves organic coffee, healthy wraps,
baked goods and popcorn. Come early and
have a bite to eat!
Seating is on a first-arrival basis.
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