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  1. #21


    I'm quite sure that the US would shiver at the thought of an independent Europe and would do everything in its power to ensure continuing reliance on the US global model.

    It might even attempt to destroy Europe's fledgling monetary system/currency if it had to.
    The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is the essential condition for any kind of self-knowledge.
    Carl Jung - Aion (1951). CW 9, Part II: P.14

  2. #22

    Default Guns and Butter: "End of the Unipolar World - The Battle for Europe" with Umberto Pascali

    Guns and Butter

    "End of the Unipolar World - The Battle for Europe" with Umberto Pascali

    Historic $400 billion natural gas contract links Russia and China for thirty years; sunset of the dollar system; Iran, Libya & Iraq challenge the dollar; Wall Street & the City of London control of national governments; which way will Europe go?; history of NATO destabilization & occupation of western Europe; assassinations of European political & business leaders; reconfiguration of the world.
    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

  3. #23

    Default Russia gives Arab regimes briefing on US destabilization via "colour revolutions"

    Russians Warn Arab Officials on the New Warfare: Is this the Beginning of a New Bipolar World Order?

    On May 23, 42 Arab military and security officials attending the third annual Moscow International Security Conference were briefed by a team of top Russian government officials on the growing danger of “color revolutions.” The uniform message presented by the Russian speakers was that the United States and NATO have adopted a new mode of warfare, focused on the use of irregular warfare forces, religious fanatics, and mercenaries, combined with the heavy use of information warfare. In a series of English language power-point graphs and maps, presenters gave a detailed chronology of the past decade, highlighting Western regime change operations in Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Libya and Yemen.

    Russian officials and several Belarus counterparts argued that the U.S. and Western allies have devised a new form of warfare which is cheaper than all former modes of large-scale conventional warfare, produces fewer casualties, but seeks to achieve the same regime change objectives. They argued that this new form of irregular warfare violates the Geneva conventions, draws civilian populations directly into conflicts, and violates other traditional rules of war. They also asserted that the efforts have frequently failed, leading to widespread instability and the global spread of terrorism. The Russian speakers argued that, while the US and other Western powers profess to oppose terrorism, the consequences of their “color revolutions” have frequently bolstered the very terrorist organizations they are simultaneously combating.

    Russian speakers on the May 23 panel were among the leading military and diplomatic aides to President Vladimir Putin: Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Chief of Staff of the Russian Armed Forces General Staff General Valery Gerasimov, Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) Nikolay Bordirzha, Chief of the Main Operational Directorate of the Russian General Staff General Vladimir Zarudnitsky, and Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Bogdanov. Belarus Minister of Defense Yury Zhadobin was also a prominent speaker.
    RIA Novosti quoted Foreign Minister Lavrov warning: “Regime change operations in sovereign states, various ‘color revolutions’ provoked by external forces, cause apparent damage to international stability. Attempts to impose homemade recipes for internal changes on other nations, without taking into account their own traditions and national characteristics, to engage in the ‘export of democracy,’ have a destructive impact on international relations and result in an increase of the number of hot spots on the world map.”

    Dr. Anthony Cordesman, the American military analyst who holds the Burke Chair on Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, attended the Moscow conference and issued a 52-page report, based on his own notes with copies of many of the Russian power-point charts. He titled his report “A Russian Military View of a World Destabilized by the US and the West.” He said that American security officials must take careful note of the views expressed at the Moscow international conference because they inform Russian strategic moves, including a serious effort to re-establish strong ties to Arab regimes in the Middle East, starting with Egypt. He warned American strategists that the Russian assessment marks a serious change on the part of Moscow:

    “The end result is a radically different reading of modern history, of US and European strategy, their use of force, and US and European goals and actions from any issued in the West and in prior Russian literature. Western experts can argue the degree to which this represents Russian anger over the West’s reaction to events in Ukraine, Russian efforts at persuading developing nations and Asia to back Russia in a reassertion of its strategic role in the world, propaganda to cloak the character Russian actions in the Ukraine and near abroad, an effort to justify Russian action in Syria, very real Russian concern over US and European actions that have destabilized key MENA and Central Asian states, and a host of other possible motives and intentions.

    “What is critical is that the US and Europe listen to what Russian military leaders and strategists are saying. These are not Russian views the US and Europe can afford to ignore.”

    This harsh reassessment coincides with the development of Russia’s new strategic economic and security agreements with China. If the Russia-China partnership matures and expands to encompass India and other nations of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) at the upcoming summit in Brazil in July, this could mean the beginning of a new bipolar world order. Such a new bipolar system would be drastically different than the Cold War era, but would nonetheless mean a new period of strategic competition and simmering conflict.
    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

  4. #24

    Default NATO Transparency and public Accountability

    NATO Transparency and public Accountability
    Gepubliceerd op: 10 June 2014

    NATO is funded with taxpayers’ money. However, it does not yet provide comprehensive information about its annual revenues, expenditures, and achievements to the taxpayer. NATO is also not yet transparent and public accountable for its financial management. It is not clear what NATO entities achieve or whether they give value for money. This is because most of NATO’s financial and organisational information is undisclosed. Some of this information is considered too sensitive to disclose to the public; but there is also information which is not deemed sensitive, but is simply not disclosed.

    We urge NATO to consider which undisclosed, non-sensitive information could be disclosed to the public. NATO should also consider publishing consolidated financial statements and providing insight into the performance delivered for the millions of Euros of public money being spent. This transparency would enhance NATO’s accountability to taxpaying citizens. It would also further highlight the results of the transatlantic alliance and NATO’s relevance, justifying public spending.

    Why this initiative?

    The Netherlands Court of Audit (NCA) has taken the initiative to present an overview of the publicly available information on NATO’s finances and its results and what is publicly known of financial flows from the member countries to NATO.

    The NCA audits the expenses that the Netherlands annually spends on NATO activities. We do not have a specific mandate to audit NATO, but we are involved in advising the International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN).Together with IBAN and other Supreme Audit Institutions of member countries we have been concluding for several years that NATO’s financial management is not in order.

    We have recommended in the past that NATO should account more transparently for its use of the contributions made by the member countries (Letter to House of Representatives (PDF), 2012-2013, 28 676, no. 164). Transparency and public accountability are essential aspects of good public governance. This applies not only to NATO’s financial information, but also to its achievements and value for money.

    Through this initiative we aim to trigger a public discussion on NATO’s performance by presenting taxpayers with a comprehensive overview of NATO’s present level of transparency and public accountability. Our long-term goal is to stimulate NATO to become more transparent and accountable to the public, without compromising the security of its activities.

    No verified information on this website

    The NCA normally verifies whether the information that it publishes is correct. However, this project is an exception because we want to present the public information from NATO and member countries as it is publicly available. This implies that we have not verified the correctness of the information on this website.
    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

  5. #25

    Default Sahra Wagenknecht about the EU crisis and the civil war in Ukraine

    Outstanding speech (with English subtitles), not least on the subject of Ukraine:

    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Rigby View Post
    Outstanding speech (with English subtitles), not least on the subject of Ukraine:

    I don't know that woman but I would vote for her in a nano-second........

    "You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
    Buckminster Fuller

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    Wiki description:

    Wagenknecht has argued that the Left Party must pursue radical and anticapitalist goals, thereby remaining distinct from the more moderate Social Democratic Party (SPD) and Green Party. She has criticized the Left Party's participation in coalition governments, especially the Berlin state government, which has made cuts to social spending and privatized some services.[6]
    She has expressed strong support for the rise of left-wing leaders in Latin America, such as Hugo Chávez.[7] She serves as a spokesperson for the Venezuela Avanza solidarity network, and she is an alternate on the European Parliament's delegation for relations with Mercosur.[4]
    "We'll know our disinformation campaign is complete when everything the American public believes is false." --William J. Casey, D.C.I

    "We will lead every revolution against us." --Theodore Herzl

  8. #28


    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Millea View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Rigby View Post
    Outstanding speech (with English subtitles), not least on the subject of Ukraine:

    I don't know that woman but I would vote for her in a nano-second........

    I'd vote for her too. Who ever she is. Question is why are people like this so few and far between. There is no one like her that I can vote for.
    "I think it would be a good idea." Mahatma Gandhi, when asked what he thought of Western civilization.

    The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.
    Karl Marx.

    "Well, he would, wouldn't he?" Mandy Rice-Davies, 1963, replied Ms Rice Davies when the prosecuting counsel pointed out that Lord Astor denied an affair or having even met her.

  9. #29

    Default How US discussed 'blasting the hell' out of UK forces in the Suez Crisis... Read more: http://www.d

    From the Blackshirt-on-Sunday:

    Uncovered: American duplicity that finally explodes the myth of a 'Special Relationship': How US discussed 'blasting the hell' out of UK forces in the Suez Crisis... and other shameful betrayals of our historic alliance

    Peter Hitchens investigates 'special relationship' between the US and UK
    'Nobody in Washington has ever heard of it,' says Hitchens
    The US were considering attacking UK forces to stop Suez attack
    Both John F Kennedy and Gerald Ford were against the US entering WWII
    The US offered Polaris missiles to France before it offered them to us

    PUBLISHED: 22:09, 14 June 2014 | UPDATED: 22:09, 14 June 2014

    Britain and the USA have come far closer to open armed combat with each other in modern times than most people realise. In many ways, this was the biggest war in modern history that never happened.

    Tired of being told about a ‘special relationship’ that didn’t seem to me to exist – and which nobody in Washington has ever heard of – I decided to look into what really went on between our two countries.

    And I found plenty of things which will shock anyone used to the standard ‘shoulder to shoulder’ sentimental view of the links between London and Washington.

    And, as I researched the subject for a BBC Radio 4 programme, I came across a rare and long- hidden sound archive that will, I think, surprise all who listen to it.

    In the silence of a library at America’s Princeton University, the ancient tape-recording begins to play, and the gruff voice of Admiral Arleigh Burke speaks from beyond the grave.

    The librarian and I are the first people to have listened to it since it was made in January 1966.
    Burke, one of the US Navy’s greatest fighting sailors, is recalling a conversation with John Foster Dulles, Eisenhower’s Secretary of State. Dulles has just wondered out loud if there is any way to stop Britain’s Fleet from launching its attack on Suez in 1956.

    Admiral Burke describes his reply: ‘And I said, “Mr Secretary, there is only one way to stop them. We can stop them. But we will blast the hell out of them.” ’

    ‘He [Dulles] said, “Can’t you stop them some other way?”

    ‘I said, “No, if we’re going to threaten, if we’re going to turn on them, then you’ve got to be ready to shoot. I can’t give these people orders to do something. They can’t do it in the first place – no matter who gives them orders – to demand and then get laughed at. The only way you can stop them is to shoot. And we can do that. We can defeat them – the British and the French and the Egyptians and the Israelis – the whole goddam works of them we can knock off, if you want. But that’s the only way to do it.” ’

    He then sent orders to the admiral in charge of the US Sixth Fleet, Cat Brown. ‘I gave him orders to go to sea, to be prepared for anything, to have his bombs up, to be checked out, so that we would be ready to fight either another naval force or against land targets, and to make sure of all his targeting data – a little cautionary dispatch – but it ended up to be prepared for any war eventuality.’

    ‘Cat Brown sent back, “Who’s the enemy?”

    ‘And I sent back, “Don’t take any guff from anybody.” ’

    History records (though few know) that America’s Sixth Fleet duly stalked our ships, fouling our sonar and radar, and shining their searchlights at French and British ships by night.

    Admiral Sir Robin Durnford-Slater, second-in-command of Britain’s Mediterranean Fleet, complained to his superiors: ‘We have already twice intercepted US aircraft and there is constant danger of an incident. Have been continually menaced during past eight hours by US aircraft approaching low down as close as 4,000 yards and on two occasions flying over ships.’

    General Sir Charles Keightley, commander of Middle East land forces, wrote afterwards: ‘It was the action of the US which really defeated us in attaining our object.’ He complained that the movements of the US Sixth Fleet ‘endangered the whole of our relations with that country’.

    Washington, in the end, pulled the plug on our Suez invasion by threatening a run on the Pound Sterling. But the naval clashes are barely known to the British or American public.

    There is a wry footnote to this. Burke himself was honoured by having an entire class of destroyers named after him. And one of these – the USS Winston S Churchill – flies the British White Ensign alongside the Stars and Stripes, and usually carries a Royal Navy officer on her bridge.

    We are so used to seeing those two flags flying side by side, that we forget they have not always done so.

    The USA’s national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, actually describes a British bombardment of Baltimore in 1813, and a less-frequently sung verse uses the words ‘their blood has washed out their foul footsteps’ pollution’. To refer to us, the British invader.

    Ancient history? Not really. Tough rivalry has been at the core of our relationship from the start. Border disputes about Canada and clashes in the Caribbean troubled both sides. After we built a commerce raider for the Confederates during the Civil War, the victorious North was so furious it demanded the whole of Canada as recompense – eventually settling for the equivalent of several billion pounds.

    In the years after the First World War, Britain was forced by a series of treaties to accept that the US Navy was catching up in size, power and global reach. In many ways the low point came in the 1930s. Many Americans, and most US politicians, mistrusted and disliked Britain as snobbish, untrustworthy and colonialist. They thought we had misled them into joining the First World War.
    They were also angry that we had defaulted on our war debts. If we wanted to fight another European war, they said, we would have to pay for it ourselves – and they were not joining in. This was not – as now portrayed – the view of a minority of pro-German Nazi sympathisers in the isolationist Mid-West.

    In fact, it began among liberal-minded college students at Yale. Two future presidents – John F Kennedy and Gerald Ford – were supporters of the America First movement, which campaigned for the US to stay out and leave us to stew in our own juice. Another supporter was Yale president Kingman Brewster, who later became American ambassador to London.

    Oddly enough, Americans know this – it is all described in a powerful book by Lynne Olson, titled Those Angry Days, which was on US bestseller lists for months, but is unknown here. Not as unknown, though, as the secret drama which resulted from America’s cold indifference to Britain’s solitary plight in 1939 and 1940.

    This episode is left out of all major histories. It concerns the transfer of the British Empire’s entire life savings to North America, in a series of secret and frantic convoys.

    The money was not just payment for war supplies. In the end, this huge handover of wealth, in gold and securities, was first used to get round Congressional rules forbidding us to buy war material on credit. The first ultra-secret shipment of gold actually went in the warships which accompanied George VI and Queen Elizabeth on their tour of Canada and the USA a few months before war broke out.

    Later, increasingly heavy payments, most of which are still in vaults in Fort Knox, were used to persuade a bitter and unsentimental US Congress that Britain was so broke that if Congress did not support Lend-Lease (under which the US supplied Allied nations with defence materials), Hitler would win and they would face an untamed Germany across the Atlantic.

    Semi-secret records, uncovered in the 1970s by the veteran journalist Alfred Draper, record the rapidly increasing tonnage of gold, usually carried by heavily armoured warships in small, fast convoys, being hurried to the USA via Canada.

    We may never know how much went to the USA – at least £500,000,000 at 1940 prices, an immense sum by any calculation of today’s values. But by handing it to the USA we completely altered the balance of wealth between the old world and the new, for ever.

    One particularly bitter incident caused Churchill to rage privately that America was acting like a bailiff seizing the goods of a bankrupt. Britain was brusquely ordered by Franklin Roosevelt to hand over all the gold we had gathered in South Africa. The American cruiser Louisville was dispatched to collect it, carefully floodlighting her neutral flag as she made her way across the South Atlantic.

    British businesses in the USA, including the very profitable American Viscose, were sold off at knock-down prices. Churchill described these actions as ‘harsh and painful’, and wrote later: ‘I had a feeling that these steps were taken to emphasise the hardship of our position and raise feeling against the Opponents of Lend-Lease.’

    But at the time British diplomats in Washington had to use all their skill to persuade the premier to tear up a letter of great bitterness and reproach which he wanted to send to the President.

    Canadian-born Lord Beaverbrook, then Minister of Aircraft Production and Churchill’s close friend, wrote to the Prime Minister: ‘They [the Americans] have conceded nothing. They have exacted payment to the uttermost for all they have done for us. They have taken our bases without valuable consideration. They have been given our secrets and offered us a thoroughly inadequate service in return.’ All this was the background to the moving meeting between Churchill and Roosevelt at Placentia Bay, Newfoundland, in August 1941.

    The BBC was able to find very rare sound archives of sailors from both American and British Navies, singing the hymn Onward Christian Soldiers as part of a joint service held on the decks of mighty warships from both nations.

    But the seeming unity was a fake. Churchill once again was frustrated and disappointed by the meeting. The ‘Atlantic Charter’ that resulted threatened Britain’s Empire and its Naval dominance, and the USA still would not join the war. In the end, in one of modern history’s most awkward and unexpected facts, it would be Hitler who declared war on the USA, not the other way round.

    This bleak unsentimentality was not accidental or isolated. It continued throughout the war and beyond. The Bretton Woods conference in 1944 made it clear the USA would usurp Britain’s economic dominance once the war was over.

    Britain’s John Maynard Keynes fought hard to save something from the wreck but the USA’s negotiator, Harry Dexter White, is now known to have been a secret Soviet agent who had no interest in helping Britain recover her former glory.

    The interesting question is whether White would have behaved any less brutally if he hadn’t been working for Stalin as well as Roosevelt.

    The USA accepted our vital help with developing the atom bomb, then abruptly shut us out of its own post-war nuclear secrets, claiming it could not find a co-operation agreement made by Roosevelt and Churchill.

    And so it continued, through Suez, to the present day, obscured by modern nuclear and espionage co-operation which is far more one-sided and less generous than it looks – few realise that the USA offered Polaris missiles to France before it offered them to us.

    And how much control do we really have over our modern Trident missiles. Are they even ours?
    For me, the great revelation came one afternoon in Washington, back in 1994, when I took a phone call from a White House West Wing aide. She’d heard that I was worried about Bill Clinton’s policy of laundering Gerry Adams, leader of Sinn Fein.

    President Clinton had given him a visa to visit the USA, and so handed him the respectability to move into mainstream politics, which he has exploited ever since.

    The aide said that surely I recognised that America had the right to intervene in other countries to make peace as in …Yugoslavia.

    I tried hard not to swear. Did she really think, I asked coldly, that Britain, the USA’s greatest friend and oldest ally, was in the same category of countries as Yugoslavia?

    In the long, embarrassed silence that followed, I realised that the answer was ‘Yes’.
    I have never since heard the words’ Special Relationship’ without laughing.
    The Special Relationship: Uncovered, is on Radio 4 at 8pm, on Monday, June 23
    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

  10. #30

    Default Open Letter to His Excellency Mr. Vladimir Putin

    Open Letter to His Excellency Mr. Vladimir Putin - President of the Russian Federation
    Published: 28 March 2014 |

    With the kind permission of the initiator of this open letter, Mr. Jochen Scholz, Lieutenant Colonel of the Open Letter to Mr. Vladimir Putin will be published here and desirably on many other blogs.

    The letter was the e-mail and by courier

    Embassy of the Russian Federation
    in the Federal Republic of Germany
    Unter den Linden 63-65
    10117 Berlin


    At the same time this Open Letter was sent to the members of the German Bundestag as well as the listed media company.
    Consequently, each reader has the opportunity to check yourself which media reports about the letter-writing campaign - and who conceals that matter!

    In addition, the open letter was also embedded in a youtube clip, which makes sure the acknowledgment and Weiterverbeitung.

    "Dear Mr. President!

    In your speech to the State Duma They asked for understanding from the Germans.

    We are German citizens who have experienced the post-war majority in the western half of Germany. When the Cold War in 1990 ended and our country was united, a sigh of relief went through the world, because the ever-looming threat of a nuclear military conflict seemed spellbound that would have pulled the entire globe affected.
    Germany would have been wiped out.
    , the decisive contribution to the liberation Europe from Nazism, has done under incomparable sacrifice, the Soviet Union. Nevertheless, it was in 1990 ready to support the German reunification in 1991 to dissolve the Warsaw Pact and community to accept NATO membership the whole of Germany. This was not honored by the West.

    The then U.S. Ambassador in Moscow (1987 to 1991), Jack Matlock, has confirmed a few days ago in the Washington Post that President Bush had agreed to the generosity of President Gorbachev not to take advantage. The expansion of NATO into former Soviet republics, the establishment of military bases in former Warsaw Pact states and the establishment of a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe with a simultaneous termination of the ABM Treaty by the United States are not only blatant word breaks.

    These measures can be understood by us only as a power projection of Western power, which are directed against the run of you state and economic consolidation of your country after you took office in 2000. Keir A. Lieber and Daryl G. Press in 2006 In addition, in "Foreign Affairs" with her ​​article " The Rise of U.S. Nuclear Primacy presented "convincing that the missile defense shield should allow a nuclear first strike nuclear neutralization of Russia.

    This history in concise form reflects the background against which we judge the events in Ukraine since November 2013. It is now well documented that the U.S. has exploited the legitimate protests of the Ukrainian people for their own purposes. The pattern is familiar from other countries: Serbia, Georgia, Ukraine in 2004, Egypt, Syria, Libya.

    The confounders European Union and OSCE were post haste, turned off within twelve hours after negotiated by the foreign ministers of the Weimar Triangle peaceful transition of power with the help of fascist forces. Who is behind the current coup government in Kiev, show the partner on the website of the Open Ukraine Foundation of the incumbent Prime Minister.

    The intra-and international legal issues for secession of the Crimea will be answered differently. We do not want legal but purely political evaluate and classify the events here. Against the background of developments in Europe since 1990, the deployment of some 1,000 U.S. military bases around the world, the control of the Straits by the U.S. and the outgoing of the perpetrators of the Maidan threat to the Russian Black Sea fleet, we see the secession of the Crimea as a defensive measure with a simultaneous message: this far and no further! The crucial difference to the declaration of independence of Kosovo is that this international law with the air war of NATO - unfortunately with the participation of Germany - until the condition has been created.

    Dear Mr. President, you referred before almost four years for an economic community from Lisbon to Vladivostok. You would be the economic basis for the "common European home". Ukraine could play a perfect bridge for future cooperation between your intended Eurasian Union and the European Union, not least culturally. We are convinced that the massive influence of the USA had the goal off this bridge function. In the EU Commission, those forces have enforced that support the U.S. policy toward Russia. The speech of the Executive Secretary General of the European External Action Service, Pierre Vimont, on March 14 this year is so far unique (EurActiv, "EU shunned from US-Russia meeting on Ukraine").

    Dear Mr. President, we trust that your historic speech in 2001, will continue to form the basis for your actions against the EU and Germany in the German Bundestag. The latest polls show that the majority of Germans does not want any confrontation with the Russian Federation and applied understanding of Russia's reaction to the events in Ukraine. We do not underestimate the difficulties faced by a member of the EU and NATO in relation to Russia, the German policy, they are also known to you. However, at least we expect the Federal government to operate in the old Roman legal principle audiatur et altera pars. This was omitted in connection with the neighborhood policy of the EU in the case of Ukraine.

    Russia has its-down during World War II killed 27 million people are not exploited politically, even in the Cold War against Germany. This inner size alone deserved a different quality in the relations between our countries. People in Germany for this purpose have a fine sense: As in 1994, the "Group of Soviet Forces in Germany" with a performance of her music corps on the square in front of the Art and Exhibition Hall in Bonn adopted from Germany, moving scenes between the numerous spectators and the musicians played from. In this context, we notice to news reporting and commentary on the German media only an apt adjective in the English language: disgusting .
    Dear Mr. President, with our modest means as a simple citizen, we will help to ensure that the intended division of Europe does not succeed, but the ideas of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz be brought back to life. We are convinced that only if the states and peoples of the Eurasian continent double their affairs peacefully with each other, respectful, cooperative, on the basis of law and without outside interference, this will also radiate to the rest of the world. We understand in this sense as an ally.

    For your present, and hopefully the next term, we wish you strength, stamina, intelligence and skill.

    Yours faithfully "

    Jochen Scholz, Lieutenant Colonel
    Volker groom journalist
    Wolf Gauer, filmmaker / journalist
    Andreas Hauss, historian, journalist
    Regine Näckel, editor
    Dr. Ludwig Watzal, journalist and editor, Bonn
    Stefan Siegert, illustrator, author
    Peter Kleinert, journalist, documentary filmmaker, editor of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung
    Günter Schupp, retirees
    Ulrich Sander, Journalist, national spokesman of the Association of Victims of the Nazi Regime / Association of Anti-Fascists
    Evelyn Hecht-Galinski , journalist and author
    Benjamin Hecht
    Peter Lommes, Immobilienkfm.
    Wilfried Rühe, pensioners, captain retired the NVA, Chairman of the Community of size 13 eV
    Claudia Karas, Coalition for a Just Peace in Palestine, peace activist
    Peter M. Richter, lawyer
    Antje Richter, diploma librarian
    Tilo Schoenberg, editor of the information portal 0815
    Hartmut Barth Engelbart, writer, comedian, songwriter, historian
    Günter Schenk, you Collectif Judéo Arabe et Citoyen pour la Palestine, Strasbourg membre
    Wolfgang Jung, editor of AIR MAIL
    Ulrich Geller man, editor of the Rational Gallery
    Tim groom, Account Manager
    Rainer Rupp, journalist
    Winfried Belz, graduate theologian, hospital psychologist iR
    Friedrich Gentzsch, Dipl.-Ing . Architect
    Birgit Gentzsch, teacher iR PRO
    Harri Grünberg, Chairman of the network Cuba, Member of the National Committee of the Left Party
    Dr. Werner Boll village, historians, itself Retired banker
    Thomas Immanuel Steinberg, retired
    Fritz Reichert, physicist
    Dr. Manfred Lotze, Doctor
    Annette Klepzig, MTA retired, member of Pax Christi
    Dr Dieter Weber, historian and archivist
    Dr. med Jens Wagner, assistant physician, IPPNW
    John Klier, musician
    Ingrid hacker Klier, translator
    Norbert Bragoner, pensioners
    Dr Albrecht Jebens, editor, lecturer and author
    Samy Yildirim, Phys.
    Maria Pauli, craftswoman
    Kurt Wirth, Dipl.-Kfm./Rentner
    Elisabeth Wöckel, theologian, lecturer i Brazil, Syria, Sri Lanka, Emeritus
    Dr. Dirk-M. Harmsen, physicists, line circuit Forum Peace Ethics (FFE) in the Evangelical Church in Baden
    Flora Erler, pensioner
    Irma Dillmann, pensioner
    Jürgen Rose, Lieutenant Colonel, retired, member of the Working Group Darmstadt signal
    Karl-Heinz Walloch, documentary filmmaker
    René Pauli, police officer
    Esther Thomsen , graduate theologian
    Prof. Dr. Werner Ruf, a political scientist
    Wolfgang Reinicke-Abel, MA phil.päd., cultural manager
    Christine Reinicke, MA, Principal
    Dr. phil. Tatjana Weber, graduate teacher of Russian history and
    Erasmus Schoefer, 'writer, Cologne
    Peter Bautsch, retirees
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    "There are three sorts of conspiracy: by the people who complain, by the people who write, by the people who take action. There is nothing to fear from the first group, the two others are more dangerous; but the police have to be part of all three,"

    Joseph Fouche

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