Peace burial on Indian Island Jun 19
June 18, 2016 - storage organizer
A Father’s Day assent burial is set for noon-4 p.m., Sunday, Jun 19 during a open park opposite from a opening to Naval Magazine Indian Island – a West Coast’s largest ordnance doing and storage depot.
The community, generally those members whose lives have been overwhelmed by war, are invited to attend in a Quaker-style, mostly wordless burial during that anyone benefaction is invited to pronounce their truth. Deep listening is encouraged, communication and strain are welcome, pronounced Douglas Milholland, eventuality organizer.
“As a father and grandfather, we acknowledge those who have died from a weapons shipped from a naval weapons send depot,” pronounced Milholland in a press release. “Physicians for Social Responsibility guess that 1.3 [million] to 2 million people have died in Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan due to U.S. troops intervention. Much of a weaponry that caused these deaths was shipped from Naval Magazine Indian Island.
“Join me and others in being wakeful of a dim side of American exceptionalism, ceremony of force and lust for full-spectrum dominance.”
This year outlines Naval Magazine Indian Island’s 75th year of operation. The sovereign supervision bought a 2,715-acre Indian Island in 1939 for use as an ammunition depot. The trickery non-stop May 10, 1941.