Our campaign: "Büchel is everywhere - nuclear-free now!" Worldwide Solidarity. Signatures of many individuals: see below!

For United States:

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Stop new nuclear bomb -- B61-12 -- for Europe!

US citizens solidarity declaration needed -- strengthen the global network!

German campaign to send the existing US nukes back home, and to organize against the new B61-12 US nuclear bomb, which is planned to be built in the US by 2020 for five European countries (Italy, Belgium, Holland, Turkey and Germany):

 

Despite the end of the Cold War, about 20 US nuclear bombs are still deployed at a German air force base named Büchel. German pilots will have to take off with these bombs in Tornado fighter planes when the order comes from the US president, through NATO, to drop them on their targets. This horrifying vision is part of the „nuclear sharing agreement“ in NATO, with its nuclear detererence policy, and includes the first strike option.

 

These weapons of mass destruction – illegal under both German and international law -- are planned to be replaced by expensive (a $10 billion program), new, precision-guided nuclear weapons in the near future, through the National Nuclear Security Administration's nuclear weapons complex. All three nuclear Laboratories (Y12 Plant, Kansas City Plant und Sandia Lab) are part of B61-12 construction, mainly through Boeing (tailfin kit: $1.8 billion), Lockheed Martin, Honeywell and Bechtel. With about 400 B61-12 bombs to be refurbished for Europe, that’s about $25 million per bomb, calculated by expert Hans Kristensen.

 

20 weeks of action at the Büchel base

 

Twenty weeks for twenty bombs – starting again on March 26*, 2017 until August 9th, groups and individuals will hold vigils and other kinds of nonviolent direct action (blockades, trespassing, etc.) at the Büchel base to pressure the government, leading up to the next election in Germany in September, 2017.

 

*26 March 2010 cross-party motion calling on the government to work towards a withdrawal of nuclear weapons!

 

Declaration of Commitment

Our Germanwide campaign „Büchel is everywhere – nuclear free now!“ is organized by 50 organizations/groups. The active presence at Büchel is planned to be the beginning of a long-term phase of action to prevent the nuclear upgrade. The core element of the campaign is our Declaration of Commitment signature campaign where people declare in public (on our website):

 

I will come to Büchel once a year and take part in an action until nuclear weapons are withdrawn, and I will actively commit to seeking a nuclear weapons-free world in the place where I am living.“

 

We also plan to have an international week of action in 2017. If you are interested in joining, please contact: mariongaaa@gmx.de, or via our website: www.buechel-atombombenfrei.de, and let us know about any support you might need. All kinds of housing, including camping opportunities, exists in this beautiful volcanic region. There will be an office and a contact person nearby.

 

In 2016 we had 20 weeks of actions with 45 religious, peace, women, anti-nuclear, and other groups participating.

 

Besides the Declaration of Commitment, we also have a Declaration of Solidarity especially for people who cannot come, but who want to show their full support (please sign on the other side of the page).

 

In Germany, the peace movement always risks the possibility of being considered „anti-American.“ With plenty of signatures from the US peace & justice movement, we can show that we are united in our vision for a nuclear-free world – also with indigenous peoples and other people of color, who are disproportionally impacted by the nuclear production chain. We don't want new nuclear weapons, and we believe the money should go to the people's real needs!

Declaration

 

O I am in support of the German campaign

 

___________________________________________

 

Surname and name, optionally profession or function

 

___________________________________________

 

phone/E-mail address

 

___________________________________________

 

address

 

Declaration of Solidarity

 

O  I support the demands of the German campaign „Büchel is everywhere – nuclear free now!“:

  1. Stop the upgrade of nuclear weapons in Germany
  2. Withdraw nuclear weapons from Büchel
  3. Ban nuclear weapons

and I declare my solidarity with those who engage in non-violent actions, including non-violent civil disobedience. I allow my name to be published on Internet at the campaign websites as a signer of the solidarity declaration.

 

__________________________________________

 

Place, date signature

 

Agreed framework for action:

 

When we take part in non-violent direct action, we will not use or threaten to use physical violence against any person, especially in situations where violence is being used against us. No participant in the action should hold another person against their will, push them or injure them in any way. We do not want to behave insultingly or humiliate others, rather we wish to treat others (e.g. police, soldiers, those opposing our actions) with respect, despite the fact that we may be critical of the actions they take, due to their role in society. This also remains valid should it come to legal proceedings as a result of our action, during which we will naturally behave with solidarity towards one another. The complete agreed framework for action can be found on our homepage in German:

 

www.buechel-atombombenfrei.de

If you want to donate money to our campaign: IPPNW

IBAN: DE39 1002 0500 0002 2222 10

BIC: BFSWDE33BER

Memo: „buechel-atomwaffenfrei“

 

Please sign and send to:

Nukewatch c/o John LaForge

740A Round Lake Road

Luck, WI 54853, USA 20357

 

or

GAAA c/o Marion Küpker
Beckstr. 14
20357 Hamburg, Germany


For other countries:

Stop new nuclear bomb -- B61-12 -- for Europe!


International solidarity declaration needed -- str
engthen the global network!

German campaign to send the existing US nukes back home, and to organize against the new B61-12 US nuclear bomb, which is planned to be built in the US by 2020 for five European countries (Italy, Belgium, Holland, Turkey and Germany):


Despite the end of the Cold War,
about 20 US nuclear bombs are still deployed at a German air force base named Büchel. German pilots will have to take off with these bombs in Tornado fighter planes when the order comes from the US president, through NATO, to drop them on their targets. This horrifying vision is part of the „nuclear sharing agreement“ in NATO, with its nuclear detererence policy, and includes the first strike option.


These weapons of mass destruction – illegal under both German and international law -- are planned to be replaced by expensive (a
$10 billion program), new, precision-guided nuclear weapons in the near future, through the National Nuclear Security Administration's nuclear weapons complex. All three nuclear Laboratories (Y12 Plant, Kansas City Plant und Sandia Lab) are part of B61-12 construction, mainly through Boeing (tailfin kit: $1.8 billion), Lockheed Martin, Honeywell and Bechtel. With about 400 B61-12 bombs to be refurbished for Europe, that’s about $25 million per bomb, calculated by expert Hans Kristensen.

20 weeks of action at the Büchel base

 

Twenty weeks for twenty bombs – starting again on March 26*, 2017 until August 9th, groups and individuals will hold vigils and other kinds of nonviolent direct action (blockades, trespassing, etc.) at the Büchel base to pressure the government, leading up to the next election in Germany in September, 2017.

*26 March 2010 cross-party motion calling on the government to work towards a withdrawal of nuclear weapons!

 

Declaration of Commitment

Our Germanwide campaign „Büchel is everywhere – nuclear free now!“ is organized by 50 organisations/groups. The active presence at Büchel is planned to be the beginning of a long-term phase of action to prevent the nuclear upgrade. The core element of the campaign is our Declaration of Commitment signature campaign where people declare in public (on our website):


I will come to Büchel once a year and take part in an action until nuclear weapons are withdrawn, and I will actively commit to seeking a nuclear weapons-free world in the place where I am living.“

 

We also plan to have an international week of action in 2017. If you are interested in joining, please contact: mariongaaa@gmx.de, or via our website: www.buechel-atombombenfrei.de, and let us know about any support you might need. All kinds of housing, including camping opportunities, exists in this beautiful volcanic region. There will be an office and a contact person nearby.


In 2016 we ha
d 20 weeks of actions with 45 religious, peace, women, anti-nuclear, and other groups participating.

 

Besides the Declaration of Commitment, we also have a Declaration of Solidarity especially for people who cannot come, but who want to show their full support (please sign on the other side of the page).

In Germany,
the peace movement always risks the possibility of being considered „anti-American.“ With plenty of signatures from the global peace & justice movement, we can show that we are united in our vision for a nuclear-free world – also with indigenous peoples and other people of color, who are disproportionally impacted by the nuclear production chain. We don't want new nuclear weapons, and we believe the money should go to the people's real needs!

 

Declaration

 

O   I am in support of the German campaign

___________________________________________
Surname and name, optionally profession or function

____________________________________________

 

phone/E-mail address

____________________________________________

 

address

Declaration of Solidarity

O  I support the demands of the German campaign „Büchel is everywhere – nuclear free now!“:

  1. Stop the upgrade of nuclear weapons in Germany
  2. Withdraw nuclear weapons from Büchel
  3. Ban nuclear weapons

and I declare my solidarity with those who engage in non-violent actions, including non-violent civil disobedience. I allow my name to be published on Internet at the campaign websites as a signer of the solidarity declaration.


_______________________________________

 

Place, date signature

Agreed framework for action:

When we take part in non-
violent direct action, we will not use or threaten to use physical violence against any person, especially in situations where violence is being used against us. No participant in the action should hold another person against their will, push them or injure them in any way. We do not want to behave insultingly or humiliate others, rather we wish to treat others (e.g. police, soldiers, those opposing our actions) with respect, despite the fact that we may be critical of the actions they take, due to their role in society. This also remains valid should it come to legal proceedings as a result of our action, during which we will naturally behave with solidarity towards one another. The complete agreed framework for action can be found on our homepage in German:

www.buechel-atombombenfrei.de

If you want to donate money to our campaign: IPPNW
IBAN: DE39 1002 0500 0002 2222 10
BIC: BFSWDE33BER
Memo: „buechel-atomwaffenfrei“

Please sign and send to:
Nukewatch
740A Round Lake Road
Luck, WI 54853

or
GAAA, c/o Marion Küpker
Beckstr. 14
20357 Hamburg, Germany


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  1. Kunihiko Sakuma, Director Hiroshima Council of A-Bomb Sufferer's Organisations, Hiroshima, Japan
  2. Asato Rieko, Staff of Gensuikyo, Tokyo, Japan
  3. Terumi Tanaka, Hibakusha, Niiza, Japan
  4. Keisuke Fuse, National Conference of Trade Unions, Zenroren, Japan
  5. Yayoi Tsachida, Japan Council against A & H Bombs, Tokyo, Japan
  6. Takahara Takao, Prof. Meiji Gakuin. Univ., Yokohama, Japan
  7. Joseph Gerson, Ph.D, Director of Programs AFSC, Watertown, USA
  8. Linda Seeley, Spokesperson San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace
  9. Peter Weiss, Co-President IALANA, New York, USA
  10. Jacqueline Cabasso, Exec. Director Western States Legal Foundation, Oakland, California, USA
  11. Angelo Baracca, Firenze, Italy
  12. Colin Archer, Secretary-General of IPB, Switzerland
  13. Sharon Dolev, Campaigner, Bingamina, Israel
  14. Alyn Ware, Coordiantor of PNND, Recipient Right Livelihood Award, New Zealand
  15. Jayantha Dhana Pama, Nugoloon, Sri Lanka
  16. David Webb, Chair, CND, Leeds, England
  17. Caroline Gilbert, Christian Campaigner for Nuclear Disarmament, London, U.K.
  18. Carla GOFFI, membre du CA du Mouvement Chrétien pour la Paix (MCP), Brussels, Belgium
  19. Jerome Peraya, agir pour la paix, Brussels, Belgium
  20. Denis Arielle, ICAN France, Arielle Denis, 1190 route de la rippaz, 74350  Menthonnex, France
  21. Susi Snyder, Pax for Peace, Utrecht, Holland
  22. Medea Benjamin, Codepink, Washington DC, USA
  23. Linda Walker, Charity Director, Glossip, U.K.
  24. Betty Rearbon, New York, USA
  25. Maxim Plaisier, student, Gent, Belgium
  26. Jean Paul Nanfaek, Vice-Mayor Fongo-Tongo, Cameroma (Kamerun)
  27. Devi Pandey, IKKFF (norw. WILPF), Norway and Almora/ India
  28. Jodie Evans is co-founder and co-director of CODEPINK, Venice, CA, USA
  29. Elsa Rassbach, CODEPINK Speaker Germany, Attac, DFG-VK, Berlin &Trinidad, CO, USA
  30. Ivana Ivakic, Netherlands
  31. Montserrat Prieto, Spain
  32. Khang Huynh Dac, Finance Officer/ International Peace Bureau - Geneva, Switzerland and Hochi Minh, Vietnam
  33. Younis Ahmed, IT at IPB, Zürich/Geneva, Switzerland & Ethiopia
  34. Roslyn Cook, U.K.
  35. Rae Street, CND, Manchester, U.K.
  36. Tomas Magnusson, Head of Unit, Gorebury, Sweden
  37. Kelly June, Independent Researcher - alternative News, Ireland
  38. Cathleen Deppe, Teacher and Community Organizer, Los Angeles, USA
  39. Alex Walker, Computer Programmer, Los Angeles, USA
  40. Timo Virtala, Finland
  41. R.W. Putsorn, Durham, U.K.
  42. Alain Rouy, Villejuif, France
  43. Lucas Johnson, Savannah, USA
  44. Angeliki V. Keil, Lakeville, Connecticut, USA
  45. Ta'na Dedna'rova', Director of NGO, Praha, Czech Republic
  46. Siera Muccigrosse, Brussels, Belgium
  47. Femina Gerardo, Pressenza IPA, Prague, Czech Republic
  48. Femindva Dana, World without Wars and Violence, Prague, Czech Republic
  49. Peter van der Dungen, Univ. lecturer, Peace Studies, Univ. of Bradford, U.K.
  50. Ilkka Taipali, Helsinki Finland
  51. Tom BK Goldtooth, Exec. Director Indigenous Environmental Network, Bemidji/MD, USA
  52. Marlene Watson, Navajo, Andorage/AK, USA
  53. Leona Morgan, Diné No Nukes, Albuquerque/NM, USA
  54. Grace Good, Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, Death Valley/CA, USA
  55. Kenneth Watterson, Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, Death Valley/CA, USA
  56. Calvin Watterson, Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, Death Valley/CA, USA
  57. Petuuche Gilbert, Acoma, Acoma Pueblo/NM, USA
  58. Mary Feldman, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  59. Joseph Palen, Veterans for Peace & Women against Military Madness, Minneapolis/MN, USA
  60. Erika Lee, Moapa/NV, USA
  61. Vernon Lee, Moapa/NV, USA
  62. Dennis Bechtel, Henderson/NV, USA
  63. Steve Frishman, Nuclear Waste Mgmt. Consultant, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  64. Judy Treichel, Exec. Director Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force, Las Vegas, USA
  65. Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear, Takoma Park/MD, USA
  66. Christian Gerlach, Sierra Club, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  67. Steve Oso Tama Rabbon, Sacramento/CA, USA
  68. Sarah Fields, Moab/Utah, USA
  69. Kristin Shrader-Frechette, PhD. O'Neill Professor, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame/IN, USA
  70. Maurice Shrader-Frechette, Pasadena/CA, USA
  71. Nixon Jibas, Springdale/AR, USA, Rondolap, Marshall Islands
  72. Faith Jibas, Springdale/AR, USA, Bikini Atoll, Marshall Islands
  73. Patricia K. Kennedy, Dyer/NV, USA
  74. Vinny Spotleson, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  75. Roland Begay, Navajo, Bluff/UT, USA
  76. Klee Benally, Navajo, clean up the mines!, Flagstaff/AZ, USA
  77. Ian Zabarte, Native Community Action Council & Western Shoshone Government, Las Vegas, USA
  78. Jones Rand, student, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  79. April L. Brown, Ph.D., Fayettenville/AR, USA
  80. Joe Kennedy, Western Shoshone, Dyer/NV, USA
  81. Bruce Ratcliffe, teacher, Fresno/CA, USA
  82. Juan Segoblano, student, Fresno/CA, USA
  83. Jerry Garcia, Fresno/CA, USA
  84. Dan Yaseen, Fresno/CA, USA
  85. Camille Russell, teacher, Fresno/CA,USA
  86. Gregory Mello, Director Los Alamos Study Group, Albuquerque, USA
  87. Patricia Williams-Mello, Los Alamos Study Group, Albuquerque, USA
  88. Dan Brock, Tucson, USA
  89. Deborah Livingston, WILPF, Tucson, USA
  90. John Jorgenson, teacher, Tucson, USA
  91. Susan Willis, Tucson, USA
  92. John Heid, Casa Mariposa (help migrants), Tucson, USA
  93. Sonia Cota-Robles, Tucson, USA
  94. James Marx, No More Death, Tucson USA
  95. Mansur Johnson, Tucson, USA
  96. Duborah Perry, Tucson, USA
  97. Patrick Pecoraro, WILPF, Tucson, USA
  98. Margaret Pecoraro, WILPF, Tucson USA
  99. Mary DeCamp, Tucson Peace Center, Occupied Tucson, Tucson, USA
  100. Frank Jents, Veterans for Peace, Tucson, USA
  101. JamesWalsh, No More Death, Tucson, USA
  102. Howard Druan, Tucson, USA
  103. Catherine Mullaugh, teacher, WILPF, Tucson, USA
  104. Jack Cohen-Joppa, Nuclear Resister, Tucson, USA
  105. Felice Cohen-Joppa, Nuclear Resister, Tucson, USA
  106. Buddy Bell, Voice for Creative Nonviolence, Chicago, USA
  107. John LaForge, Co-director, Nukewatch, Luck, USA
  108. Peggy Devitt, Family Promise, Las Vegas, USA
  109. James Murphy, Catholic Worker, Rochester, USA
  110. Kathy Boylan, Washington DC, USA
  111. James Thomas, San Diego Catholic Worker, USA
  112. Marcus Collonge, Farmer, Arnold/CA, USA
  113. Carlton Jones, Milwaukee, USA
  114. Andrew Lanier, San Jose/CA, USA
  115. Treena Lenthall, Wilsons Creek, Australia
  116. Susan Crane, Redwood City/CA, USA
  117. Scott Schaeffer-Duffy, Catholic Worker, Worcester/MA, USA
  118. Carmen Trotta, Catholic Worker, New York, USA
  119. Terry Symens Bucher, Attorney, Oakland/CA, USA
  120. Rosalie Riegle, Evanston/IL, USA
  121. James Haber, San Francisco, USA
  122. Liza Mueller Apper, Fresno/CA, USA
  123. Stephen Jacobs, Musician + Catholic Worker, Columbia/MO, USA
  124. Ceasar Ramel Crayton, Catholic Worker, Milwaukee/WI, USA

     

  125. Fumiaki Tosu, Catholic Worker, San Jose/CA, USA

  126. Roxanne Rawson, Henderson/NV, USA

  127. Rabbi Seth Castleman, President Sacramento Board of Rabbis, St. Davis/CA, USA
  128. Gary Cavalier, Las Vegas Catholic Worker, USA
  129. Jorge Manly Gil, Catholic Worker, Guazulupe/CA, USA
  130. Judith Gere, Veterans for Peace, Albuquerque, USA
  131. Joseph Mattern, Casa Ester, Omro/WI, USA
  132. Samuel Yergler, LA Catholic Workers, Tucson, USA
  133. Susan Dietrich, Los Angeles/CA, USA
  134. Jessica Morley, Oakland/CA, USA
  135. Adelle Smith, Eugene/OR, USA
  136. Mitchell Eric Starge, Eugene, USA
  137. Dennis Apel, Catholic Worker, Santa Maria/CA, USA
  138. Tom Johnson, Catholic Worker, Dubuque/IA, USA
  139. Matt Harper, Catholic Worker, Los Angeles, USA
  140. Erica Brock, Catholic Worker, New York, USA
  141. Maereg Testaye, Catholic Worker, Los Angeles, USA/ Ethiopia
  142. Lisa Washio-Collette, San Jose/CA, USA
  143. Steven Baggardy, Catholic Worker, Norfolk/VA, USA
  144. Martha Henressy, Catholic Worker, New York/NY, USA
  145. Alexandria Addesso, Los Angeles, USA
  146. Naji Ali, Martin De Porres, San Francisco, USA
  147. Elisabeth Bishop, teacher, Stevensville/MT, USA
  148. Lincoln Rice, Catholic Worker, Milwaukee/WI, USA
  149. Robert Majors, Las vegas/NV, USA
  150. Claire Schaetter-Duffy,
  151. Catholic Worker/ Freelance journalist, Worcester/MA, USA
  152. Austin Cook, Oakland/CA, USA
  153. Gary Sponholtz, Oakland/CA, USA
  154. Anna Williams, Catholic Worker, San Francisco, USA
  155. Tom Malthaner, Catholic Worker, N.Y., USA
  156. Norman Searah, Catholic Worker, DesMoines/Iowa, USA
  157. Ming Lai, Nevada Desert Experience Council Member, Las Vegas, USA
  158. Brian Terrel, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, Maloy/IOWA, USA
  159. Jose Manuel Hernandez, Casa Colibri. A.C./LA Catholic Worker, Hostotipaquillo Jal, Mexico
  160. Thomas R. Spiritbringer, Catholic Worker / musician, Sheep Ranch/CA, USA
  161. Laura-Marie Taylor, nevada Desert Experience, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  162. Michael Harank, Registered Nurse, Oakland/CA, USA
  163. Frits Ter Kuile, Catholic Worker, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  164. Willa Bickham, Catholic Worker, Baltimore/MD, USA
  165. Brendan Wals, Catholic Worker, Baltimore/MD, USA
  166. Cynthia Wilson, Mercy House,  Ann Arbur/MI, USA
  167. Stephen Kelly, Oakland/CA, USA
  168. Colleen D'Connor, Casa Maria Catholic Worker, Milwaukee/WI, USA
  169. Jed Poole, Catholic Worker, Los Angeles, USA
  170. Mark Keln, Catholic Worker, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  171. George Shkara, Catholic Worker, Los Angeles, USA
  172. Douglas Herbek, Redwood City/CA, USA
  173. Charles Engelstein, Catholic Worker, San Francisco, USA
  174. Julia Occhiogrosso, Las Vegas, USA
  175. Mary Lou Andorson, Las Vegas, USA
  176. Annie Horras, Catholic Workers, Rochester/NY, USA
  177. Dale Devitt, Catholic Worker. Las Vegas, USA
  178. Sera-Jade Thompson, Food not Bombs, Las Vegas, USA
  179. Keisey Chalmers, Catholic Worker, Los Angeles, USA
  180. Dwight Smith, Chaplain, Santa Ana/CA, USA
  181. Tensie Hernander, Catholic Worker, Sta. Maria/CA, USA
  182. Morgan Denges, Catholic Worker, Orange/CA, USA
  183. Ann Boden, LA Catholic Worker, Santa Clarita/CA, USA
  184. Roulh Aperl, Catholic Worker, Santa Maria/CA, USA
  185. Candace Anderson, San Mateo/CA, USA
  186. Mary Jo Heeb, Catholic Worker, San Diego/CA, USA
  187. Aaron Castle, Designer, San Mateo/CA, USA
  188. Johanna Berrigan, Catholic Worker, Philadelphia/PA, USA

     

  189. Megan Ramsey, Los Angeles, USA

  190. Salvador Coronado C.,  Casa Colibri, Hostotipaquillo Jalisco, Mexico

  191. Daniel-Librarian Marshall, New York, USA

  192. Martinez Minerva, Las Vegas/NV, USA

  193. Tojeba Zulaike, Reno/NV, USA

  194. Grace Kilduff, Las Vegas/NV, USA

  195. Goretti Etxaniz, Reno/NV, USA
  196. Marie G. Meza, Rochester/NY, USA
  197. Julian Washio-Lollette, San Jose/CA, USA
  198. Adriana Saavedra, Casa Colibri, Hostotipaquillo Jalisco, Mexico
  199. Vera Anderson Orlewicz, Nevada Desert Experience, Las Vegas/NV, USA
  200. Theodore Kayser, Los Angeles/CA, USA
  201. Michael Wisniewski, LA Catholic Workers, Hacienda Hts/CA, USA
  202. Sarah Fuller, Los Angeles/CA, USA
  203. Pierre Jauretche, San Francisco /CA, USA
  204. Sharon Browning, Philadelphia/PA, USA
  205. John Nowel, Morro Bay/CA, USA
  206. Mary Nowel, Morro Bay/CA, USA
  207. Ilse Hadda, Berkeley/CA, USA
  208. Ingrid Kepler-May, Berkeley/CA, USA
  209. Cecile Pineda, Codepink, author, Berkeley/CA, USA
  210. Robert J. Berman, Biologist, Oakland/CA, USA
  211. Ronald Martel, El Cerrito/CA, USA
  212. Roger Herried, San Francisco/CA, USA
  213. Cynthia Jean Johnson, Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, Oakland/CA, USA
  214. Alejandra Calzada, Oakland/CA, USA
  215. Jim Mullins, Berekley/CA, USA
  216. Steve Urfer, Alameda/CA, USA
  217. Jane Eiseley, Berkeley/CA, USA
  218. Alice Loaiza, Oakland/CA, USA
  219. Franklin Greenwald, writer, Berkeley/CA, USA
  220. Ricardo Ortiz, Daly City/CA, USA
  221. Claire A. Quiner, Oakland/CA, USA
  222. Phoebe Sorgen, Berkeley/CA, USA
  223. Mike Hall, Berkeley/CA, USA
  224. James Beatty, Berkeley/CA, USA
  225. Dorelia Arias, Oakland/CA,USA
  226. David Alexander, Castro Valley/CA, USA
  227. US Portland Oregon & Groundzero Washington
  228. Judy Miner, Former director of the Wisconsin Network for Peace & Justice, Portland/OR, USA
  229. Julie Eggers, Portland/OR, USA
  230. Deanna Sorensen, Milwaukee/OR, USA
  231. Taurica Salmon, Portland/OR,USA
  232. Christina Norwest, Portland/OR, USA
  233. Michael Lee Deveney, Gresham/OR, USA
  234. Cuautli Verastequi, Portland/OR, USA
  235. Richard Seymour, Portland/OR, USA
  236. Ashley Shambaugh, students united for nonviolence, Portland/OR, USA
  237. Jen Tenorio, Portland/OR,USA
  238. Lauren Rook, Portland/OR, USA
  239. Kallisti Kenaley-Lundberg, Portland/OR, USA
  240. Yuki Omori, Portland/OR, USA
  241. Emily Balius, united for resturative practices, Portland/OR, USA
  242. Emma Lugo, Jewish Voice for Peace, Oregon City/OR, USA
  243. Dylan Clayton, Chicago/IL, USA
  244. Tom H. Hastings, Professor, Portland/OR, USA
  245. Nany Milholland, Port Townsed/WA, USA
  246. Doug Milholland, peace activist, Port Townsed/WA, USA
  247. Mack Johnson, Teacher, Silverdale/WA,USA
  248. Lisa Johnson, Silverdale/WA, USA
  249. Thomas Rogers, Keyport/WA, USA
  250. Christine Rogers, Keyport/WA, USA
    Bernard Meyer, Groundzero Center for Nonviolent Action, Olympia/WA, USA
  251. Mona Lee, Groundzero Center for Nonviolent Action, Seattle/WA, USA
  252. Mary Gleysteen, Kingston/WA, USA
  253. Glen Miller, Lake Forest Park/WA, USA
  254. Janice Gutman, Indianola/WA, USA
  255. Tina Gianoulis, Indianola/WA, USA
  256. Margaret Tufft, Poulspo/WA, USA
  257. Ann Kilby, Arcota/CA, USA
  258. Jim Page, Musician, Seattle/WA, USA
  259. David Rovics, Musician, Portland/OR, USA
  260. Jenise Porter, Tucson/AZ, USA
  261. Paul Barby, Tucson/AZ, USA
  262. Rolande Baker, Oro Valley/AZ, USA
  263. Chris Knestrick, Cleveland/OH, USA
  264. Stephen Pavey, Lexington/KY, USA
  265. Aston Bloom, Tucson/AZ, USA
  266. Margo Newhouse, Tucson/AZ, USA
  267. Ridgela Fuller, Belfast/Maine, USA
  268. Patti Walters, Tucson/AZ, USA
  269. Betty Mcell, Tucson/AZ, USA
  270. Lois Mastrangelo, Tucson/AZ, USA
  271. Manijeh Saba, Somerset/NJ, USA
  272. Stacey Alkire, Fort Yates/North Dakota, USA
  273. Bigrid Balo, Groundzero, Seattle/WA, USA
  274. Jacqueline Nguyen, Global Zero, Seattle/WA, USA
  275. Jenny Chang, Global Zero, Seattle/WA, USA
  276. Mary Hanson, co-chair, Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action, Seattle/WA, USA
  277. Aidan Carroll, student, Seattle/WA, USA
  278. Lynn Biddle, Swampscott/MA, USA
    Phyllis Arist, Evanston/IL, USA
  279. Celeste Mc Collough, Psychologist, Hillsboro/OR, USA
  280. D'Arcy Hande, retired archivist, Saskatoon, Kanada
    Mario Zdybel, Chicago/IL, USA
  281. Carolyn Ludwig, Board of Peace Action, Royal Oak/MI, USA
  282. Rhonda T. Holt, Trotwood/OH, USA
  283. Elizabeth G. Butler, Save the Redwoods League, Henderson/KY, USA
  284. Richard D. Iyall, Fresno/CA, USA
  285. Philip Traynor, Fresno/CA, USA
  286. Reiner Darren, Cloves/CA, USA
  287. Cherylyn Smith, Teacher, Fresno/CA, USA
  288. Teresa Castillo, Madera/CA, USA
  289. Maureen Walsh, Cloves/CA, USA
  290. Gerald M. Bill, Fresno/CA, USA
  291. Stephen Gliva, Evanston/IL, USA
  292. Matthew Lipschik, Brooklyn/NY, USA
  293. Arianne Peterson, Rice Lake/WI, USA
  294. Nancy Stewart, Payee, Luck/WI, USA
  295. Jeff Peterson, Luck/WI, USA
  296. Kelly Lundeen, Bookkeeper, Shell Lake/WI, USA
  297. Liana Bratton, Luck/WI, USA
  298. Michael Reitz, Oberlin/OH, USA
  299. Ellen Credille, Chicago/IL, USA
  300. Steve Clemens, Board Member Iraqi & American Reconciliaton Project, Aliant Action, Minneapolis/MN, USA
  301. Karren L Mattes, Harwood Hgts/IL, USA
  302. Debra Michaud, Life Coach, Chicago/IL, USA
  303. Jan Boudart, Board NEIS, Chicago/IL, USA
  304. David Kraft, Director Nuclear Energy Information Service, Chicago/IL, USA
  305. Kathleen Rude, Board NEIS, Glenview/IL, USA
  306. Gail Snyder, Board NEIS, Homer Glen/IL, USA
  307. Linda Lewiran, Board NEIS, Chicago/IL, USA
  308. Robert Croteau, Board NEIS, Springfield/IL, USA
  309. Edward W. Lollis, Foreign Services/ retired, Knoxville/TN, USA
  310. Elizabeth Armstrong, St. James Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Knoxville/TN, USA
  311. Mike Armstrong, St. James Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Knoxville/TN, USA
  312. Linda Ewald, Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance, Knoxville/TN, USA
  313. Barbara Hickey, St. James Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Women in Black, Knoxville/TN, USA
  314. Carol Nickle, retired attorney, Women in Black, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Knoxville/TN, USA
  315. Joel Morris, St. John's Episcopal Cathedral, OREPA, Episcopal Peace Fellowship, Knoxville/TN, USA
  316. John Best, Vancover/BC, Canada

  317. Judith Shaver, Knoxville/TN, USA

  318. Tim Orr, Knoxville/TN, USA

  319. Caroline Best, retired educator, Maryville/TN, USA

  320. Jim Ullrich, retired businessman, Knoxville/TN, USA

  321. Rev. Jim Sessions, Knoxville/TN, USA

  322. Jim Harb, Louisville/TN, USA

  323. Dennis Loy, Clerqy, Knoxville/TN, USA

  324. Betty Coleman, OREPA, Knoxville/TN, USA

  325. Ralph Hutchison, Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance, Knoxville/TN, USA

  326. Marese Nephew, Oak Ridge/TN, USA

  327. Lee Ann Swarm, attorney, Knoxville/TN, USA

  328. William F. Myers, OREPA, Knoxville/TN, USA

  329. Prof. Dr. David Linge, Univ. of Tennessee, Jobs with Justice of E. TN, Knoxville/TN, USA



Juni 2016: kreative gewaltfreie Aktionen in Burghfield/UK

Stand: Januar 2016: Trident-Atomraketen abrüsten!  Widersetzen, protestieren, unterbrechen!

Die britische Regierung beabsichtigt ihr Atomwaffensystem zu modernisieren und zu ersetzen - und wird es auch tun, falls die Öffentlichkeit nicht genug Widerstand aufbringt.

Viele Arbeiten für dieses neue System werden im AWE Burghfield (70 km westlich von London) stattfinden. In dieser Militärbasis werden die verschiedenen Teile der Rakete zusammengebaut und mit den Atomsprengköpfen verbunden (Endmontage).

Wir bitten dich und deine Freund/innen, mindestens einen Tag im Monat Juni 2016 am AWE Burghfield zu verbringen, um dort das illegale und unmoralische Treiben zu unterbrechen. Wir brauchen deinen öffentlichen Protest. Dein Protest soll zur nuklearen Abrüstung beitragen.

Die Modernisierung der Trident-Atomwaffen kostet um die £167 Milliarden Pfund. Dieses geschieht in einer Zeit, Großbritannien angeblich kein Geld hat und an öffentlichen Ausgaben bei der Gesundheitsversorgung, Bildung und Sozialhilfe spart - auf kosten vieler Menschen.

Bei Interesse an einer Teilnahme melde Dich bei marianmcnichol@gmail.com - Wir geben Informationen und eine Einführung. Falls ihr Unterstützung braucht, um eure Aktion zu organisieren, lass es uns wissen. Kontakt in Deutschland: 0049-1547 520929 oder 0049-7456 588943 oder mail an reforest@gn.apc.org - Hier weitere Informationen