John Judge 1991 to 2014 Video Archive Listing

Privilege is the first and most basic violence asserted in a society. It kills the human spirit. It creates the rage that leads to all the other violence, historically. So if you end that privilege, if you restore justice, then you restore hope. (Sep 11 Critical Analysis, 02-16-02)
When I worked in the anti-psychiatry movement, John Parkin said he wanted to start a national campaign to abolish paranoia by elevating it to realistic fear. There isn’t a term in the English language that’s the opposite of paranoia, unless it’s just complacency. But there isn’t healthy or realistic fear that maybe somebody is doing something to you. William S. Burroughs said, that paranoia is having all the facts. (Are You Scared Yet?, 1996)


On War and Its Human Costs to Veterans: C.H.O.I.C.E.S.

“Suicides are still a major problem during and after wars. There were 150,000 suicides—three times as many as the combat deaths in Vietnam—in the first six years. Afterwards they cut off the statistics.”
—John Judge, Committee for High School Options & Information on Careers, Education and Self-Improvement


Sir! No Sir! The G.I. Revolt

In the 1960’s an anti-war movement INSIDE THE MILITARY emerged that altered the course of history. Yet today few people know about the GI movement against the war in Vietnam.


The Truth of The Children of Vietnam: A Way of Liberation

How Will We Challenge Militarism, Racism, and Extreme Materialism?


COLD WAR: THE NEXT GENERATION - Antidote to Endless War Spawned by September 11: the Full Exercise of Our Imagination and Intelligence

An invitation to explore the unknown possibilities of existence through the process of exercising our imagination and intelligence to visualize what an actual democracy would look like today


What Was The Phoenix Program?

Phoenix was the silver lining in the Vietnam debacle, fulfilling its destiny in the wake of 9/11 to become the template for policing the empire and fighting its eternal War on Terror


Eisenhower’s Warning: “A Permanent Armaments Industry Of Vast Proportions”

1946: Eisenhower insisted scientists be given greatest possible freedom to conduct research under conditions increasingly framed by “fundamental problems” of the military