Rather than a concerted effort by the media to suppress the activists, O’Neill fears that the lack of press coverage is instead a reflection of how complacent Americans have become after 75 years of living on hair-trigger alert. For more information, read full disclaimer here. The integrity of the Plowshares movement gave Hennessy the strength to take part in the Kings Bay action, a cohort that she believes will help her survive her 10-month prison sentence. Calls to drop the charges against members of the Kings Bay Plowshares Seven elicited support from figures like Daniel Ellsberg, whistleblower and longtime anti-nuclear activist, along with religious leaders, including Reverend William J. Barber of the revived Poor People’s Campaign and former archbishop Desmond Tutu. She firmly believes that it was God performing “minor miracles” that facilitated the entry of dozens of Plowshares activists into highly secured nuclear facilities and enabled them to put their hands directly onto the doomsday machine. It is reasonable to think that at nearly 81 years old, McAlister’s 17-month stretch for breaking into the naval submarine base at Kings Bay will be her last time behind bars for nonviolent civil disobedience. Kings Bay Naval base opened in 1979 as the Navy’s Atlantic Ocean Trident port. “You could count on serious time as a consequence,” McAlister said. Unlike that empty signifier, the pacifist recognized the immutable power of nuclear weapons. Community & Arts. Mainstream outlets, including those in Atlanta and nearby Jacksonville, Florida, have steered clear of the Plowshares activists. Mark Colville will be sentenced in December. Legal trials and prison sentences that were sure to follow their acts of civil disobedience were viewed as opportunities for the activists to draw more attention to their cause and often revealed the extraordinary lengths the government took to suppress dissent among those who dared to confront the American war machine. Join the Facebook Group for conversation and daily updates, Prison Sentences Beginning, Mark's Sentencing Feb. 19, for Trident Disarmament Action Against Nuclear Weapons, May 9 Webinar: Disarm and Divest During Covid-19, Background – About the Kings Bay Plowshares 7. Hennessy, though, is no stranger to the movement. BRUNSWICK, GA – More than 18 months after they snuck onto the site of one of the largest known collections of nuclear weaponry in the world, a jury found the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 guilty of all four of the charges brought against them. Two years later, Grady joined McAlister and five others in penetrating the Griffiss Air Force Base in New York in order to gain access to a B-52 bomber, which were once outfitted to carry nuclear payloads that could be dropped onto the former Soviet Union. Llamándose a sí mismos los Plowshares(*) de Kings Bay, se han convertido en la última de más de cien acciones similares que se han llevado a cabo en los últimos treinta y ocho años. After spending more than 28 months under house arrest, O’Neill was slapped with a 14-month prison sentence in October. Since 2011, he has reported on issues of national importance such as the struggle to remove white supremacist memorials and forced sterilization. Will become International Law January 22. Seven Catholic plowshares activists entered Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in St. Mary’s, Georgia on April 4th, 2018. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. Seven Catholic plowshares activists were detained early on the morning of April 5, 2018 at the Kings Bay Naval Base in St. Mary’s, Georgia. Media coverage, meanwhile, has failed to keep pace. More than any other president, Trump seemed bent on turning the clock back to the 1950s when the country maintained more than 30,000 nuclear warheads and bombs in its stockpile, compared to roughly 5,800 weapons today. Inaugurada en 1979, la Base Naval de Kings Bay es la base de submarinos nucleares más grande del mundo y alberga seis misiles balísticos y dos submarinos de misiles teledirigidos. O’Neill pointed to a 2019 hearing for the Kings Bay Plowshares Seven attended by the actor and Catholic activist Martin Sheen. “They (the jurors) heard a lot. It is the largest nuclear submarine base in the world. “And [the federal government was] consistent about seeing to it that we did that time.”. “And please, God, others will continue to do it,” she said. They went to make real the prophet Isaiah’s command to “beat swords into plowshares”. “ They shall beat their swords in plowshares… and train for war no more.” Isaiah 2:4 On April 4, 2018, the 50 th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, seven Catholic plo w shares activists entered the Kings Bay Trident submarine base in St. Mary’s, Georgia to symbolically disarm nuclear weapons. One person who answered the call was Martha Hennessy. The seven nonviolently and symbolically disarmed the Trident nuclear submarine base at Kings Bay, GA on April 4, 2018, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (View KBP7 reading their statement here. Kings Bay Plowshares Activists Pay Heavy Price For Resisting Nuclear Warfare. Hennessy is the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, … Seven Catholic plowshares activists were detained early on the morning of April 5, 2018 at the Kings Bay Naval Base in St. Mary’s, Georgia. They face 25 years in prison for exposing illegal and immoral nuclear weapons that threaten all life on Earth. The facility was at the center of a COVID-19 outbreak that was so bad with one in four prisoners infected that it drew legal action from the ACLU. The United States ushered in the nuclear age in 1945 and despite deepening wealth inequality and skyrocketing unemployment resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the country continues to spend billions of dollars to maintain its nuclear hegemony over the rest of the world. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons has been Ratified. A 71-year-old Catholic priest was sentenced this week to 33 months in federal prison for his role in breaking into and vandalizing Submarine Base Kings Bay, according to U.S. Attorney Hennessy, though, is no stranger to the movement. Jonathan Michels is a freelance journalist based in North Carolina. It just says something about how relaxed people are about being under the shadow of the nuclear arms race.”. Washington, DC In 2001, Republican President George W. Bush withdrew from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, an arms control agreement dating back to the 1970s. After spending 7 weeks in jail and then the remainder of time since June 2018 under home confinement, Patrick was sentenced on October 16, 2020 to a fourteen month sentence. The activists, known as the Kings Bay Plowshares 7, entered the base armed with hammers, crime scene tape, baby bottles containing their … Started by former Firedoglake staff in 2015. McAlister acknowledged her concern that fewer people are willing to join the Plowshares movement than they were 40 years ago at the height of anti-nuclearism. Read more about the action at the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 web site. “And, you know, if we lived in a just society, the Kings Bay Plowshares activists’ trial would have been reported on as one of the most brave confrontations of the most dangerous aspect of this government, and particularly this administration.”. Read more about the action at the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 web site. Martha Hennessy, fifth from left, holds a banner that reads: "The Ultimate Logic of Racism is Genocide." This is a request that you join distinguished citizens of the world including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, other Nobel laureates and many others by signing our global petition to dismiss all charges against the Kings Bay Plowshares 7. O’Neill and the other Catholic peace activists knew they possessed neither the tools nor the numbers to physically disarm the nuclear naval base at Kings Bay. Oh right – it was on Democracy Now! “They just made a conscious decision to say we’re not worthy of coverage. McAlister served another two and a half years, including jail time for the Kings Bay action, since Berrigan died in 2002. Copyright FDL Media Group ©, All Rights Reserved. The Plowshares movement began in 1980 when Roman Catholic priests Philip and Daniel Berrigan and six others surreptitiously gained access to the Re-Entry Division at the General Electric Space Technology Center in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. In fact, she is the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, who was one of the principal driving forces behind the creation of the Catholic Worker movement in the 1930s. Martha relates her story of the “crimes”, charges, and sentences that […] I’m not sure that too many efforts could claim that at that moment.”. The Kings Bay Plowshares 7 face years in prison for exposing nuclear weapons, which are immoral as well as illegal under international law, and that threaten all life on Earth. In fact, she is the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, who was one of the principal driving forces behind the creation of the Catholic Worker movement in the 1930s. In October, United States District Court Judge Lisa Godbey Wood sentenced O’Neill to 14 months in prison. At the Trident D5 monuments were Mark Colville, 55, of the Amistad Catholic Worker, New Haven, Connecticut; and Patrick O’Neill, 61, of the Fr. Catholic peace activists like the ones who infiltrated the naval base at Kings Bay in 2018 have attempted to topple the formidable idol of nuclearism for 40 years, and they have paid a heavy price. “Older people remember getting under their desks for nuclear drills when they were in elementary school and putting their coats over their heads. 142 personas están hablando de esto. The Kings Bay Plowshares, from the outset of their 2018 action, placed it in the context of nonviolent resistance compelled by conscience, as all the Plowshares actions are. Carmen Trotta and Martha Hennessy will be reporting to two different Federal Correctional Institutions on December 14 by 2 pm. Kings Bay Plowshares 7 Found Guilty on All Counts. As reported in America, the “Kings Bay Plowshares 7” defendants, arrested for acts of civil disobedience intended to protest the nation’s continuing nuclear weapons program, were … That plan has now turned into an across-the-board modernization of the country’s nuclear apparatus, including the Trident II D5 nuclear missiles that are housed at the Kings Bay naval base, currently priced at $1.7 trillion, Matthews said. Martha Hennessy, the sixth of the Kings Bay Plowshares defendants to be sentenced, was ordered to serve 10 months incarceration as well as three years supervised probation and restitution. It is the largest nuclear submarine base in the world. Instead, O’Neill was ordered to report to the Elkton Federal Prison in Ohio. Above photo: From left, Kings Bay Plowshares defendants Martha Hennessey, a friend standing in for Steve Kelly, Mark Colville, Clare Grady, Carmen Trotta, Patrick O’Neill, and Elizabeth McAlister, stand outside the Glynn County Courthouse in Georgia on October 24 … The world is currently just 100 seconds away from global destruction, according to the Doomsday Clock created by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists in 1947 as a way to remind people about the threat of nuclear annihilation. They were risky. Anti-Nuclear Pacifists Sent to Federal Prison! Base security did not appear until an hour after the activists started beating on the hanger doors, which incidentally were unlocked. 1 year ago. On April 4, 2018 (the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination), Patrick and six other activists entered the King’s Bay naval base to symbolically disarm the nuclear submarines based there. “I think it’s a really hard time for that to happen,” Matthews said. 20010. 5. By. Peter Nightingale “I really think that the verdict was, frankly, reactionary,” Defendant Carmen Trotta told supporters outside the courthouse. When Grady first heard about the King of Prussia action, her initial reaction was alarm at the personal risks that the activists undertook to broadcast their message out to the public. The Kings Bay Plowshares receive a blessing at the Festival of Hope on the eve of their trial A JURY FOUND THEM GUILTY, BUT TRIDENT IS THE CRIME. At the Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic Administration building were Clare Grady, 59, of the Ithaca Catholic Worker; and Martha Hennessy, 62, of the New York Catholic Worker. They had requested a continuance because they want to appear in open court in Georgia and the virus situation there is still too out of control to safely allow it. O’Neill said he is appealing the order but clearly both options pose a risk to his health. This is an urgent request that you join distinguished citizens of the world including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, other Nobel laureates, and many others by signing our global petition to dismiss all charges against the Kings Bay Plowshares 7 (KBP7). Growing up in the era of above-ground nuclear testing all the time. The Kings Bay Plowshares 7 face years in prison for exposing nuclear weapons, which are immoral as well as illegal under international law, and that threaten all life on Earth. They understand it as rooted in the powerful nonviolent vision of Martin Luther King Jr., who decried the triple evils of racism, militarism and capitalism. The seven nonviolently and symbolically disarmed the Trident nuclear submarine base at Kings Bay, GA on April 4, 2018, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. Here in the U.S., a new nuclear threat, one potentially more cataclysmic than the first, is currently underway. 173 talking about this. — Kings Bay Plowshares 7 (@kingsbayplow7) October 16, 2020 As for the other five activists, none except McAlister—who in June was sentenced to time served plus $25 a month in fines—has been sentenced, mostly due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This is a request that you join distinguished citizens of the world including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, other Nobel laureates and many others by signing our global petition to dismiss all charges against the Kings Bay Plowshares 7. “These Catholic peace activists, during the Trump administration, tried to confront that nuclear threat, and there was a total media blackout on the action that they did,” Scahill said. Though he has not publicly commented on the legal fate of the Kings Bay Plowshares Seven, Pope Francis has embraced the Catholic peace activists’ once radical demand for the abolishment of nuclear weapons. “People were very much aware at that time of the danger of nuclear weapons,” Grady said. Some of the activists strung up crime scene tape and hung protest banners that read “The Ultimate Logic of Trident is Omnicide.” Others poured baby bottles of their own blood around the base. O’Neill sprinted up to the statue and beat it with the hammer. But I’ve done it a number of times and so have some of my friends and my husband.”. The Kings Bay Plowshares 7 (KBP7) are facing a federal trial and years in prison for having confronted a system in which nuclear weapons that can destroy all creation are … The activists went to three sites on the base: The SWFLANT administration building, the D5 Missile monument installation and the nuclear weapons storage bunkers. Seven Catholic plowshare activists disarmed weapons at the Kings Bay Naval Base, Georgia. Seven Catholic plowshare activists disarmed weapons at the Kings Bay Naval Base, Georgia. Bill Ofenloch, Kings Bay Plowshares 7 Support Team at Trident Nuclear Sub Base Gate, GA, Aug 9, 201 - Duration: 2 minutes, 25 seconds. Kings Bay Plowshares We come in peace on this sorrowful anniversary of the martyrdom of a great prophet, Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Fifty years ago today, April 4, 1968, Dr. King was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee as a reaction to his efforts to address “the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism and militarism.” “There are people in the world working to change the direction of the world, to move the world away from nuclearism and the development of more nuclear weapons and we’re very much in the minority right now,” O’Neill said. Patrick O'Neill and Martha Hennessy reading the group statement before their plowshares action on April 4, 2018. They had requested a continuance because they want to appear in open court in Georgia and the virus situation there is still too out of control to safely allow it. Sentencing date for Kings Bay Plowshares moved to October 15 and 16. They went to make real the prophet Isaiah’s command to “beat swords into plowshares." Plowshares There are six ballistic missile subs and two guided missile subs based at Kings Bay. The activists used crime scene tape, hammers and hung banners reading: “The ultimate logic of racism is genocide - Dr. Martin Luther King”, “The ultimate logic of Trident is omnicide” and “Nuclear weapons: illegal / immoral.” They also brought an indictment charging the U.S. government for crimes against peace. It wouldn't be possible without your input and support. Seven Catholic plowshares activists entered Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in St. Mary’s, Georgia on April 4th, 2018. The Plowshares activists, from left: Clare Grady, Patrick O'Neill, Elizabeth McAlister, Fr. “If there were a confluence of events…if the [Trump] administration decided to test [nuclear weapons] and then if Korea got hot, and if several things happened at once, I can imagine it. On April 4, 2018, seven Plowshares activists calling themselves "Kings Bay Plowshares" were arrested at the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. “They were different. This was a downward departure from the guidelines of 18 to 24 months recommended by the probation department. The Kings Bay protest builds on a history of similar anti-nuclear Plowshares actions around the world, beginning in 1980 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. 134 talking about this. McAlister and Philip Berrigan were excommunicated from the Catholic church after they married in 1973 but their social justice activism continued. The seven chose to act on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. “But the power of such an act can speak for itself and we had to bring the body of Christ there to the base.”. I think people now have to sort of think about things in a different light.”. She was sentenced Friday (Nov. 13) to 10 months in prison. They were costly,” said McAlister, a former Catholic nun and longtime Plowshares activist. The seven chose to act on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. In October of 2018, President Donald Trump and his U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton declared it is the intention of the U.S, to withdraw from the Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Hennessy, though, is no stranger to the movement. Steve Kelly, S.J., Martha Hennessy, Mark Colville and Carmen Trotta (CNS photo/Kings Bay Plowshares) Use a hammer on them? This is the latest of 100 similar actions around the world beginning in 1980 in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Since he lives at a Catholic worker house in Garner, North Carolina, O’Neill told Shadowproof that he preferred to serve out his sentence close to home at the nearby federal prison in Butner even though it has become a hotspot for coronavirus infections. “You know, walking onto a military base was not the first thing I wanted to do in this resistance work for nuclear abolition,” recalled Hennessy. Her second reaction was skepticism that their actions, though brave, would lead to any concessions on the part of the American military-industrial complex. The missile was solid cement and the hammerhead broke clean off. When asked about whether the Kings Bay action was worth losing his life over, O’Neill echoed the words of past Plowshares activists who saw a greater danger–in this case, the death of all living things–in not speaking out. They stated that the action had been planned to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. The Kings Bay Plowshares, from the outset of their 2018 action, placed it in the context of nonviolent resistance compelled by conscience, as all the Plowshares actions are. Join divestment campaigns towards a world free of nuclear weapons. Growing up, Hennessy witnessed firsthand the evolution of the Plowshares movement under the guidance of Catholic peace activists like McAlister and the Berrigan brothers who dared to take a stand against the threat of nuclear armageddon even in the face of assured retribution from the federal government. on. Kings Bay Naval base opened in 1979 as the Navy’s Atlantic Ocean Trident port. Since 1980, dozens of Plowshares activists have repeatedly penetrated sites across the country ranging from military installations to missile silos and in the process laid waste to the idea that nuclear weapons could ever be stored safely. So hard that barring any unforeseen conflicts that might actually bring us closer to the brink of nuclear war, Matthews is dubious that Plowshares actions and other grassroots organizing will be enough on their own to force the issue into the national discourse. They hoped to call attention to the ways in which nuclear weapons kill every day, by their mere existence and maintenance. Community & Arts. The 2018 infiltration of the Kings Bay naval base was her first Plowshares action, which makes her an anomaly among the other activists. Carrying only hammers and pints of their own blood to symbolize the human cost of nuclear war, the activists pounded on nose cones that covered Mark 12A nuclear warheads and poured the blood over engineering blueprints and other documents. The activists at the nuclear weapons storage bunkers were Elizabeth McAlister, 78, of Jonah House, Baltimore; Fr. Using Google Maps, O’Neill and Mark Colville discovered a macabre shrine to nuclearism consisting of a half dozen statues of nuclear missiles that looked as if they were suspended in motion just seconds after launch. Add to Calendar 8-11-2020 16:00:00 8-11-2020 17:00:00 America/New_York Disarm, Disarm, Disarm, Kings Bay Plowshares Seven Sentencing Webinar Celebration of Hope Please join us Sunday, November 8th at 4 PM for a Zoom Festival of Hope for Kings Bay Plowshares members, Mark Colville, Clare Grady, Martha Hennessy, and Carmen Trotta, as they prepare to be sentenced by … After a year of waiting since being convicted after trial in October 2019, two of the seven KBP activists begin their sentences on Monday, December 14. Seven Catholic plowshares activists entered Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in St. Mary’s, Georgia on April 4th, 2018. The seven chose to act on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. They’re doing it themselves.”. Community & Arts. They are facing years of … Published. The grassroots movement against nuclear weapons in the U.S. reached a peak in 1982 when an estimated one million people converged in New York City for a massive demonstration. Recent events have made the existence, threat or use of those weapons of mass destruction like the Kings Bay Tridents even more horrific and the possibility of nuclear war even more likely. McAlister said she avoided participating in Plowshares actions at the same time as her husband so that one parent could be home with their children. Her decision to infiltrate the Kings Bay naval base in a defiant act of civil disobedience against the world’s most powerful military came only after months of prayerful discernment, a kind of internal examination about what risks she was willing to take on behalf of her religious beliefs and moral convictions. Content published prior to August 1, 2015, under the “Community” tag is the opinion of the author alone, and should not be attributed to Shadowproof. Patrick O'Neill and Martha Hennessy reading the group statement before their plowshares action on April 4, 2018. “It was a formidable idol,” recalled O’Neill. “How is it possible for somebody like me to walk right in and be right next to them and pour blood on them? The King of Prussia action captured the attention of the nation–the New York Times to call it “one of the best-known antiwar incidents in this country since the Vietnam War”–and announced to the world the beginning of a bold new faction within the broader anti-war movement in the U.S. that fused religion with non-violent direct action against nuclear weapons. The 2018 infiltration of the naval base at Kings Bay is estimated to be the 100th Plowshares action. Weapons kill every day, by their mere existence and maintenance gripped the.. 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