Journalist, author, and Middle East expert Mark Bruzonsky shares his views and experiences of two of the most important initiatives of our time: The campaign for peace in Occupied Palestine, and the 9/11 truth movement. (Mark has been an important participant in the former, and a more peripheral participant-observer of the latter.)
Tonight we’ll discuss American Jewish journalist Peter Beinart’s NY Times op-ed calling for a binational one-state solution in Israel/Palestine, in the context of Mark’s own efforts to promote a viable peace accord, including: meeting with Anwar Sadat and helping convince him to visit Israel in 1977; authoring The Paris Declaration signed by several of the world’s top Jewish leaders in 1982; founding the Jewish Committee on the Middle East and authoring its manifesto Time to Dissociate from Israeli Policy; and publicly recognizing and announcing—on the very day they were signed—that the 1993 Oslo Accords were doomed.
Questions for discussion include:
How have Washington DC insiders Mark knows reacted to his private 9/11 truth overtures? Why have the campaign for Mideast peace, and the 9/11 truth movement, failed so abysmally to achieve their stated objectives? Why won’t the media report the evidence that Jeffrey Epstein’s job was blackmailing powerful Americans on behalf of Israeli intelligence?