led by Jacqui Deveneau

The Ghosts of Jeju is a film revealing the atrocities aided and abetted by the U.S. Military in Korea after WWII. It reveals the plan of the U.S. to dominate the plant by full-spectrum dominance.

This workshop will underscore the connection between the "pivot to Asia" and the Trans Pacific Partnership to impose the "new world order" on the planet.

Participants will discover the history of American imperialism, the destruction of the environment, the displacement of indigenous peoples, and the abuse of human rights. 

Directed by Regis Tremblay, a Former Catholic priest educated in Rome. Independent filmmaker living in Woolwich, Maine. Peace activist. Member of the Veterans of Peace with a son serving as a Green Beret.