When We Start Caring More About Tomorrow Than Yesterday: Global War on Terrorism
Speaker: Dan Sockle
When humans start caring more about tomorrow than yesterday, about the lives of our children and future generations more than ghosts of the past, conflict arising from vengeance will fade into history. We must find a way to extract our instincts for revenge from the human condition – particularly from the DNA of politicians, religious leaders, and a complicit media that perpetuates conflict and victimhood around the world, 365/24/7.
Chief Warrant Officer 3 (Retired) Dan Sockle has thirty-five years of government service, predominantly in intelligence, criminal and civil investigations. Sockle is also the author of the book “America’s Jihad,” which is a collection of 24 individual journeys from 9/11 to today; from a UNITED to a DIVIDED States of America
The presentation will last about 60 minutes, from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the Marshall House, on Officer’s Row. This no admission fee. The Marshall House is located at 1301 Officer’s Row, Vancouver, WA 98661. To get there from Interstate 5, take Exit 1C. Head east on Mill Plain Blvd to the first light, then go south (right) on Fort Vancouver Way to the traffic circle. Take the third exit, east on Evergreen Blvd to the second parking lot. The Marshall House is on the north side of Evergreen Blvd.