Author name: Dan Pulju

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Is Donbass war approaching endgame?

Facts on the ground Since 2017, I’ve produced a half hour weekly radio program focused on combat reports from US-involved wars. I’ve closely followed the Ukraine war since direct Russian involvement began in February 2022. Back then, the west was overstating the potential of the Russian operation. They insisted Russia could capture Kiev in three […]

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Tit for Tat: the Paravicini excuse

In March, Nathalie Paravicini and Seth Woolley were politely invited to a Linn-Benton chapter meeting. The chapter wanted to know why all its members had been “decredentialed” in the February 25 convention voting. They were told it had been a “tit for tat” for past grievances. That “drastic” action was necessary to keep chapter member

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State takeover of PGP won’t hold water

Oregon Elections Division order is blatant political interference Just over a week ago, the Oregon Secretary of State Elections Division intervened in our party’s internal affairs. They aren’t supposed to do that. Oregon revised statute 248.011 bars them from enforcing a party rule unless “expressly required by law.” But that’s exactly what they did, and

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Daví’s Declaration of American Human Governance

​A Green candidate with a new approach The GPUS presidential nomination process is typically obscure and built around rah-rah for a single candidate. For some reason the general public accepts this, and accepts that candidate as the face of the Green Party. This year that candidate has been Jill Stein, after the departure of Cornel

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Assange is still not free

Delaying extradition is a success we must build into a victory In 2022, I ran for US Senate for my party in Oregon. I was up against Ron Wyden, the notoriously pro-war Democrat beloved by the state’s deep blue machine. There was little chance of ousting him, but he had to be called out for

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Press Release: Pacific Green Party Awards Delegates

### Three 2024 Green Party presidential candidates awarded Oregon delegates for national convention Jill Stein nearly tied by Daví during May 5th Convention, held to restore integrity in the Pacific Green Party primary May 20, 2024— Jill Stein narrowly wins at the Pacific Green Party of Oregon May 5 convention. During the convention, attendees voted for

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PGP aligns with precaution on EMF

Our position on EMF pollution is clear “We the People must … Oppose the implementation of 5G wireless technology, as the high density of non-ionizing microwave and millimeter-wave radiation in pulsed and phased radar arrays has not been adequately proven safe for public health or the environment.” Pacific Green Party Platform, “Health Care” section This

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May 5 Nominating Convention – Candidate Speeches

Presidential Candidates Segment Part 1 Here’s the first part of our nominating segment, as the presidential candidates introduced themselves in depth. In order: Daví, Jorge Zavala, Randy Toler, Jasmine Sherman, and Mark Rolofson advocating for Jill Stein. Hosted by John Q Murray Full result of the convention is here

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May 5 Convention Nomination Results

Here’s where to view the results and download the ballots Presidential contest The Convention reached a consensus to apportion the PGP’s 11 delegates by the party list, largest remainder method, with simple quota. Of 42 ballots sent, 32 were returned prior to adjournment. The delegate quota is 32/11 = 2.909. Vote totals and apportionment: Jill

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Convention Zoom Link and Information

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