David Henderson and Stephen Zunes to Speak on US-Iran Relations

Prof. David R. Henderson, co-chair of Libertarians for Peace, will be one of two speakers discussing the U.S., Iran and the threat to peace. The event is on Thursday, April 18 at 7:30 PM at the Irvine Auditorium, Monterey Institute of International Studies (MIIS) at 499 Pierce Street in Monterey. The program is free and open to the public.

David R. Henderson: “The Perverse Economics of Sanctions” David R. Henderson is a research fellow with the Hoover Institution and a Professor of Economics at the Naval Postgraduate School. Sponsored by the Peace Coalition of Monterey County and Amnesty International.

Stephen Zunes: “Hegemony, Repression and the Nuclear Standoff” Stephen Zunes is a Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, where he chairs the program in Middle Eastern Studies. He is recognized as one of the country’s leading scholars of U.S. Middle East policy and strategic nonviolent action.

For more information, call 831-899-7322.

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  4. Stephen Zunes is an interesting guy. He is apparently the only one at the (Jesuit) University of San Francisco who seems to be allowed to make any sort of strong criticism of Israel without fear of severe consequence (ie.e denial of tenure, denial of research grants, charges of anti semitism etc). No gentile professor at USF enjoys anywhere near the same absolute immunity that Zunes does from Zionist critics.

    This is because Zunes is in fact yet another in a long list of Zionist gatekeepers. In this regard he is much in the mode of someone like Amy Goodman of Democracy Now. Both of them tend to whitewash claims of a total Zionist takeover of the US government. Both constantly try to steer any conversation away from who has wrecked our foreign policy.

    I'll tell you this right now. Neither of them would EVER willingly consent to be on the same stage for a debate with someone as outspoken as Gilad Atzmon. Both would tremble at the very thought of debating someone so capable of revealing them as hypocrites.

    As bad as he is, is is better than the "progressive" Michael Lerner of Tikkum Olam, the ultimate Zionist gatekeeper.

    1. He is more than tha, his strategic non-violent actio ain't.

      He is closely associate with a leadingUS government backed Color Revolution organising organisation

      The Centre for Non Violent Change.

      The problem is, as in Syria (and elsewhere) , if the government and a section of the population of the country being targetted resist the Color Revolution to instal a pro-American regime, then it quickly becomes violent and then extremel violent.

      Also why has he as a leading Middle East scholar not commented onany of this?

      These policies are like something out of Monty Python and George Orwell.






    2. But, say the critics, Iran is different. They have all those mad mullahs over there who don't care about life on earth and simply want to destroy — fill in the blank — Israel, the United States, or Israel and the United States. Yet there is little evidence that the leaders of Iran are mad. Instead, they are cautiously conservative. Trita Parsi, the president of the National Iranian American Council and adjunct professor of international relations at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, in his book Treacherous Alliance: The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the U.S.

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