We Europeans say NO to a war against Russia!

Activities - Forum´s Declarations

Two World Wars are enough!

In the past Germany let itself be dragged in the First World War
 and has inflicted immeasurable suffering on the Russian people during the Second World War.

We will not allow such a crime to happen again!

If the German Vassal government, in complicity with the warmongers in Britain and France under the leadership of the US and NATO, is planning a new war of aggression against Russia, then they do that
not in our name!

On war and peace, we, the citizens, have the last word!

We say NO to war and violence in international relations and condemn continued warmongering, rearmament and militarization!

Halstuch, entworfen von Pablo Picasso
für die dritten Weltjugendfestspiele in Berlin (DDR), 1951
Judgment of the International Military Tribunal in Nürnberg 1946:

"To initiate a war of aggression, therefore, is not only an international crime; it is the
supreme international crime differing only from other war crimes in that it contains
within itself the accumulated evil of the whole. "

Pope John Paul II on January 13, 2003:

"War is never an inevitable fate.
War always means defeat for humanity. "

Nikolaj Desjatnitschenko, Russian student in his speech on people's day of mourning before the German Bundestag on November 22, 2017:

"I sincerely hope that once in the world common sense will prevail and the world will never again see wars."

  First signatories:

Dr. Rudolf Hänsel
Milica Radojkovic-Hänsel
Ullrich Mies
Annette van Gessel
Siegfried Wilhelm
Rule B. Ph. von Bismarck
Anneliese Fikentscher
Andreas Neumann
Dr. Daniele Ganser
Prof. Dr. Heinrich Wohlmeyer
Willy Wimmer
Prof. Dr. Mohssen Massarrat
Klaus von Raussendorff
Prof. Dr. Kees van der Pijl
Dr. Ansgar Klein
Helene Klein
Jochen Scholz
Dr. Matthias Burchardt
Elias Davidsson
Veronika Thomas-Ohst
Ernst Wolff
Jens Wernicke
Peter Vonnahme
Hans Bauer
Klaus Hartmann
Hermann Ploppa
Stefanie Seide
Dr. Wolfgang Bittner
Lisa Fitz
Prof. Dr. Norman Paech
Gina Pietsch