☮ ☮ Peace Through The Arts • FRIEDEN DURCH KUNST by “Play For Rights” Celebrating International Day of Peace on Sunday September 21 in the Cathedral of Bern, Switzerland. An event with Beethoven’s 6th Symphony, dancers and myself speaking words of peace interspersed with the music and the dances. Arranged by Elías A. Fóscolo, my former MA student and friend from Argentina and his “Play For Rights”. I’m excited about this event right after the Culture Night in Lund. If you are around, please join in this. We must celebrate peace and light the candles no matter the darkness created by people with too much military and too little moral and intellectual power. Welcome to Peace Night at 19:00 Sunday in Bern!
Do you know that 6 countries in today’s Europe have 480 nuclear weapons (beyond France) and that Germany is the largest with 150 of them? The are all United States weapons stored here through secret arrangements. This report is written by Hans Kristensen, a Dane who has studied nuclear weapons since the 1980s and is an indisputable world authority. His report is 9 years old. How many people know about this? Why is it not discussed? Why are these weapons obviously not all safe? And in these Ukraine days: How could we imagine what Russia thinks about these nukes? You may jump the technical details in the middle of this analysis but do go to the last parts where the strategic nonsense that NATO builds upon is torn apart. These are the countries that tell Iran not to get nuclear weapons – and let Israel have 200+ ! These 6 states (not including France) have more (American) nuclear power than the entire Chinese arsenal – and we are told that China is an emerging threat too. SHARE this! SEND the link to your media and politicians. Everyone can do something for peace and for public education.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen and Philip M. Breedlove: A NATO for a Dangerous World – WSJ Here is the West’s intellectual high jumpers when they are at their best. Sorry to say it, it ain’t good enough. NATO is for a dangerous world. It couldn’t live without finding new enemies on a permanent basis. Here they omit every fact, including the US/EU-instigated regime change – for the worse – in Kiev and NATO’s overwhelming superiority in the military field. And note how history is falsified too – as if it wasn’t with the consent of NATO that Bosnia was bombed and Kosovo was carved out of an existing European state. Fogh Rasmussen recently said on Danish Television that “we gave the Iraqis a chance to make a better society but they didn’t take it!” when he should explain ISIS. I guess he is now making a world a better place but the rest of us don’t take his generous offer either…
TFF PressInfo: Cold War warnings 1998 – 2014 TFF predicted much of this 16 years ago. And offered you 46 arguments against NATO’s expansion. Now we have Ukraine. Dark dark clouds are gathering over Europe – predictably and for no good reason.
The threat of nuclear annihilation – reality through black humour Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Nuclear Weapons – YouTube Apart from the mad danger we are all forces to live under, the point Oliver makes is essential: People generally don’t care. And therefore it won’t change until there is either an awakening – or a nuclear war. Enjoy your Sunday – if you can after this!
On Hiroshima Day 2014 and Nagasaki Day on the 9th. TFF on the need for nuclear abolition
In early June I was asked by Russia Today – RT – to do a half-hour conversation about militarism and peace. The only questions that were planned in advance were about the changes in Sweden’s foreign and security policy over the years which I had writen about in TFF PressInfo – here in English and here in Swedish. So it was […]
Ræson har bedt mig svare på syv spørgsmål vedrørende Ukraine og det ny modsætningsforhold mellem Vesten/NATO og Rusland. Læse de korte svar hér.