Jean-Marie Matagne reading the Communiqué from ACDN on 28 November 2020, in Saintes (France) in the face of about 400 demonstrators :
The « comprehensive security » that France’s people need is not found through the ways being chosen by the Head of State and the current government. We appeal to our citizens to mobilise to stop our regime that is drifting off course. Our leaders are less and less democratic, less and less republican, and their authoritarian drift relies heavily on the police (...)
Published in French on 15 September 2020
On Tuesday 15 September 2020, France’s Airforce, recently re-named "the Army of the Air and Space" (for nobody halts the progress of militarisation) indulged once again in its favourite little game: poker. In the sky of France - the only sky where France is authorised to drop atom bombs (at present fictional ones) - France simulated a nuclear attack with about 15 aircraft, Rafale fighters and bombers, Awac E3-F radar-plane, a refueling plane, plus an (...)
26 September: The UN’s World Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons Media Release from ACDN
Why this day? To prevent the final catastrophe. And because 26 September 1983 was the day when the world nearly slid into the 3rd World War, a nuclear one which is still hanging over our heads 35 years later.
In March 1983 Ronald Reagan described the Soviet Union as an "evil empire". On September 1, the Soviets had judged themselves spied on by a South Korean passenger plane which had entered their airspace, and they shot it down with 269 people on board. The tension between East and (...)