ACDN Media Release, 8 July 2017
The Treaty to ban nuclear weapons, adopted in New York on 7 July 2017 by 122 UN member states, could sign the death warrant for France’s doctrine known as "nuclear deterrence" ("dissuasion nucléaire" in French). From now on, it will be impossible for France, or more precisely for one individual, the president, to claim to be protecting the nation’s "vital interests" by threatening to liquidate the people of another nation, without thereby being clearly guilty (...)
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 (...)
2017, a Year of Many Dangers and Only One Hope Is France worse than North Korea? A referendum can prove the contrary.
Published in French on 31 December 2016
More than 15 000 atomic bombs are constantly threatening to annihilate humankind. It is generally thought that current tensions involving that nuclear powers are strongly increasing the probability that these weapons of crimes against humanity may be actually used.
Aware of this danger, the UN General Assembly decided on 23 December 2016 to convene a conference in the spring of 2017 to negotiate to ban nuclear weapons and to eliminate them without (...)