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Klag til Twitter over Trump!
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"Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria. Get ready Russia, because they will be coming, nice and new and 'smart!' You shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!", skrev USAs præsident Donald Trump på Twitter før USAs seneste store angreb på Syrien.
Donald Trumps trussel er et klart brud på det sociale medie Twitters retningslinjer for brug af tjenesten, ikke mindst denne paragraf: "Twitter Rules: You may not make specific threats of violence or wish for the serious physical harm, death, or disease of an individual or group of people."
Du kan hjælpe Twitter med at holde deres system fri for den slags aggressive trolde ved at indberette problemet. Du behøver ikke have en konto hos Twitter for at klage - og du vil få et svar om at diktatorer og militærfolk står uden for alle regler, men klag alligevel!
Der er også god grund til at klage over Donald Trumps handlinger til FN, men det er desværre ikke helt så simpelt. FNs generalsekretær António Guterres har dog allerede forklaret, at denne brug af militære midler er i strid med FNs grundlag.
USAs missiler mod Syrien var ment som en slags afstraffelse for et fortsat uafklaret giftangreb under borgerkrigen. Missilerne ramte Syrien på den samme dag, hvor FNs eksperter fra Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons skulle starte på at undersøge giftangrebet.
For at støtte FNs civile opklaring af giftangrebet, kan du skrive til et relevant dansk parti, og bede dem hjælpe gennem Folketinget til at give FN tid og magt til at løse opgaven med fredelige midler.
Tom Vilmer Paamand - april 2018






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>  Peace prize for drone researcher: Refuses to make weapons
image”I don't want to build drones for the military”, wrote Dylan Cawthorne in the Danish trade magazine for engineers - and for this attitude the peace organisation ”Aldrig Mere Krig” (”Never More War”) has now honoured him with the association's Peace Rose. Cawthorne is an aerospace engineer and associate professor at the Drone Centre at the University of Southern Denmark.
Cawthorne warns of a ”militarization of public Danish universities”, and that he himself is exposed to ”increased pressure from management to work on military projects”, with ”financial gain as the primary motive”.
Despite the pressure, Cawthorne refuses to work on military projects, and will insist on developing only civilian drones – for the benefit of healthcare and similar humanitarian tasks: ”Then I can combine my love of flight and fabrication, with my dream of making the world a better place.”
The Peace Rose was awarded to Dylan Cawthorne on Sunday the 10th of September in front of his artwork ”Kites for Peace”. The award certificate from the peace organisation honours Cawthorne for ”the courage to demand technology for peace and not for war”.
”In a world where science has made our leaders all too skilled at creating havoc and causing destruction, but not at solving their conflicts peacefully, it is important for daring individuals to speak out against the onslaught of militarisation”, said Tom Vilmer Paamand, who is chairman of the peace organisation, at the presentation:
”Freedom of research is threatened, just as freedom of speech is, when suddenly there is no room for sober thoughts against war. That is why people like Dylan Cawthorne, who dare anyway, are so badly needed.”
”Aldrig Mere Krig” is the Danish section of War Resisters' International, and has been handing out its Peace Roses for over 50 years. Over the years, the prize has been given for many forms of action, and to many types of actors - from dock workers to artists, journalists and even to a commander of the special forces. And in a similar case to Cawthorne's, to the engineering company Rambøll, which at that time had a philosophy of not wanting to ”make money from the arms industry”.
Tom Vilmer Paamand - september 2023









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