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Calif. Green running for US House speaks at World Peace Forum

by twirl Wednesday, Jun. 28, 2006 at 6:35 AM

International, Political and Academic Leaders Rally in Support of De Lear Campaign Prior to World Peace Forum Presentation; and endorse Green Party candidate Byron De Lear for US House, San Fernando Valley

RELEASE Calif. Green running for US House speaks at World Peace Forum

Distributed by the Green Party of the United States http://www.gp.org

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, June 26, 2006

Byron De Lear for Congress in California (28th District)
http://www.delearforcongress.org

Contact: Byron De Lear, 818 974 8964, byron@globalpeacesolution.org


International, Political and Academic Leaders Rally in Support of De Lear
Campaign Prior to World Peace Forum Presentation; and endorse Green Party
candidate Byron De Lear for US House:

. Peter Camejo, Green Party California gubernatorial candidate

. Dr. David Suzuki, internationally renowned environmentalist and host of
PBS's "The Nature of Things"

. Alanna Hartzok, Co-Director, Earth Rights Institute, UN NGO Representative

. Blase Bonpane, international humanitarian and founder of the Office of the

Americas


LOS ANGELES, June 23, 2006 -- Green Party congressional candidate Byron De
Lear has been asked by organizers to present on "Peace and Sustainability"
at the upcoming World Peace Forum taking place in Vancouver, Canada, June 23

through June 28, 2006. The World Peace Forum will be attended by government

leaders, social philosophers, and peace activists from around the globe.

Byron De Lear, candidate for Congress in California's 28th District of the
San Fernando Valley, commented on his upcoming appearance. "It is
imperative that we apply our collective genius towards meeting the global
environmental and intercultural challenges facing humanity. Today, every
living system on our planet is in decline. One of things I will offer to
the World Peace Forum is the political 'solution-set' to this imminent
crisis: the 10 Key values of the Green Party."

The De Lear for Congress peace campaign <http://www.delearforcongress.org>
has garnered support and endorsements from several well-respected
international humanitarians and activists. Alanna Hartzok, co-director of
the Earth Rights Institute, proclaimed, "Recent meetings with Green Party
elected officials in Australia renewed my hope that we can build a world
that works for everyone.

"The Green Party is so much more than a political party; it is a global
network of the best and the brightest of the emerging new leaders of the
planet. Byron De Lear is one of those leaders. He has my whole-hearted
support for the success of his campaign for Congress," Mr. Hartzok added.

Peter Camejo, California Green gubernatorial candidate, in his letter of
endorsement for De Lear, lauded the Ten Key value solution set. "As Green
Party candidates we are bound by 10 Key Values which serve to forward an
agenda that promotes and preserves the human rights and dignities of all the

people of our state, of our nation, and our world," said Mr. Camejo.

International renowned environmentalist Dr. David Suzuki, founder of the
David Suzuki Foundation and host of PBS The Nature of Things, added, "We
have the tyranny of a minority and no diversity. I congratulate you on
running for the Greens and hope you can raise important issues that will be
ignored by the major parties, and I hope you can even raise enough support
to win."

Also appearing at the World Peace Forum are Hans Blix, Cindy Sheehan and
Dennis Kucinich.

http://www.worldpeaceforum.ca/themes/program--list-2/sustainability

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