Appeal for a French referendum on the abolition of nuclear weapons
Since 27 October 2016, the abolition of nuclear arms is on the agenda of the UN. But France, as well as the US, UK and Russia did vote against the convening in 2017 of a Conference to negotiate a Ban Treaty of nuclear weapons. But there is a hope to change this position.
Today, at the same time when the Conference for a Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty meets in New York, 123 French MPs and senators are calling for a referendum on this question, which has never been debated by the French people. (...)
London, Paris, New York: End State Terror so as to End Terrorism
ACDN PRESS RELEASE, 24 March 2017 The attack in London confirms the failure of the atom bomb. Her Majesty’s missiles and 225 atom bombs failed to deter her subject Khalid Massood from killing other British subjects with a car and two knives. In the fight against terrorism, the billions of pounds spent on renewing the Trident system are a total loss. At the most they will contribute to the break-up of the United Kingdom by inciting Her Majesty’s Scottish subjects, already opponents of (...)
Open Letter To Benoît Hamon French MP and candidate in the Presidential Elections
He says he’s of the Left. He claims to be green, democratic, humanistic. But he is in favour of atom bombs forever, and refuses (though an elected MP) to put the nuclear question to his fellow-citizens. Hold a referendum? No thanks, not about that!
Presidents come and go, and the French Republic - an advocate of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity, a mouthpiece for Human Rights, an opponent of Capital Punishment – continues to polish and brandish these massacre weapons. Politicians put (...)