After surviving tragedy at the World Trade Center on 9-11-2001 (I escaped from building #5, which was engulfed in a fireball 30 to 45 minutes after I evacuated), I became driven to find out the underlying causes of that event. My studies took me toward subjects in sociology and political history as well as military history. I focused on varying proposals to right the wrongs of US military and social injustices that were being unleashed at home and in our foreign interventions abroad.
I have come to three conclusions: 1) We can’t count on social movements to rein in an empire that is galloping out of control; 2) Political revolution is too risky as an agent of change, as history shows; 3) A small number of specially trained personnel, beholden to no nation or corporation, offer the best chance for true change in this tortured world.
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