Susan: On August 7, 1995, Steve Kelley and I went into Lockheed-Martin
in Sunnyvale, CA, where D-5 Trident missiles were being built.
Around 8:30 in the morning, we climbed over the fence, walked
in the door, and looked in various rooms until we found sections
of the missile being worked on. We used regular household hammers
to begin to convert the missile, and we poured our own blood
on the missile , too.(which we had in baby bottles).
These missiles are flying ovens, and if used, would incinerate
human life. If I had lived during WWII, and there were a concentration
camp near me, what would have been an appropriate action?? Should
I just let people die?? There were many good and truthful actions
that people took then, and I think we need to clearly see what
we are doing today and decide what we need to do to resist the
weapons of mass destruction that our government is building today.