请愿书: 美国和欧洲必须与金砖国家合作 并有勇气拒绝地缘政治

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如果以地缘政治的政策与俄罗斯和中国对抗,以今天核子时代的后果就只能是人类在热核冲突中灭绝。因此,必须尽一切努力,共同解决人类面临的多重危机。

巴西、俄罗斯、印度、中国和南非等金砖国家已经联合在一起,实践追求经济发展的政策,他们追求的不只是自己国家的利益,所有国家人民也将因此受益。为此,他们已经创设新的开发银行为必要的开发计画投入数十亿美元。

中国最近成立了亚洲基础设施投资银行(AIIB),已经有二十多个亚洲国家加入为创始成员,同时也成立了丝绸之路开发基金。

在北京举行的「亚太经济合作会议」(APEC)上,中国国家主席习近平邀请奥巴马总统加入中国和俄罗斯在内的其他亚洲国家共同在开发新丝绸之路的努力。

这些举措都不是地缘政治的本质,与奥巴马倡导剔除俄罗斯和中国的跨太平洋伙伴关系(TPP)相违,而金砖国家的相关措施,则包括中国提出的亚太自由贸易区(FTAAP)。他们的想法主要植基于已故教宗保禄六世传达的理念–「和平的新名字就是发展」。因此,最近在澳大利亚举行的G-20会议上,习近平和印度总理莫迪谈到透过经济发展,实现世界和平、消除贫穷的双重目标。

以这种方式进行,全世界没有任何问题无法解决;相反地,不透过这种方式,就没办法解决任何问题。

然而美国、俄罗斯、中国、印度以及其他国家之间的合作,首要之务必须要打败肆虐非洲的埃博拉病毒。

以ISIS和基地组织为首的恐怖威胁也是俄罗斯、中国、印度,以及美国和欧洲共同的目标,各方唯有在合作的基础上,才能建立新的安全架构打败他们。

「颜色革命」的目的是要推翻政府的外资援助,即使没有使用「战争」这个词,但是「颜色革命」以民主为名推动的政策其实就是走向战争的政策。这种事必须停止。乌克兰的纳粹政变和以俄罗斯反对 「颜色革命」而行制裁之举都只会加剧全球金融危机。以相互合作的方式实现人类的共同目标,并及于整个欧亚大陆,甚至其他地方,将成为世界和平的基石。

尽管美国已经放弃了甘乃迪的太空计划,中国仍将致力于登月计划,前往开采能够产生无限核聚变能源的氦-3。美国、欧洲、俄罗斯、中国、印度和其他国家之间的合作,使人们终于可以一窥开普勒的视野,掌握太阳系的运行规则,进而造福全人类。

只有这个做法可以恢复美国独立革命和欧洲文艺复兴时期的初衷,美国和欧洲现在已经逐渐放弃这个襟怀,却为世界其他地区采行,现在已经有一股力量敦促他们重新找回初衷。

因此,我们呼吁美国和欧洲放弃过去曾经导致两次世界大战,并走向第三次世界大战的自杀式地缘政治政策,共同为全人类的未来重新采纳立足在「利益他人」,从而结束欧洲三十年战争的西巴伐利亚条约的外交政策,以及约翰•昆西•亚当斯「主权民族国家共同体」 的原则。

这是唯一可行的路,完全符合人类为唯一创造性物种的本质。任何其他的路线都是以人类为动物的概念运行,将导致人类灭绝。

我们身为自己国家的爱国者和世界公民,呼吁我们的同胞和国家领导人都要有勇气打破当前日趋失去人性的周期,接受金砖国家的慷慨提议并与之合作。


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    • Dr. Hermann Schwiesau, Ambassador a.D. (ret.) (Germany)
    • Dr. Gallus Strobel, Mayor, Triberg Germany (Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany)
    • Dmitris Tzamouranis, Greek visual artist (Berlin, Germany)
    • Prof. Dr. Carl-Otto Weiss, Research Director at the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Braunschweig, Germany)
    • Helga Zepp-LaRouche, Founder, Schiller Institute (Wiesbaden, Germany)
    • Leonidas Chrysanthopoulos Ambassador (ret), Member of the Political Secretariat of United People’s Front (Greece)
    • Panos Kammenos, President of the Independent Greeks, Member of the Hellenic Parliament (Athens, Greece)
    • Lefteris Karayannis, Ret. Ambassador, Diplomatic advisor to Panos Kammenos (Athens, Greece)
    • Theodore Katsanevas, Chairman of the Drachma 5 Party​ (Athens, Greece)
    • General (ret) Konstantinos Konstantinides, one of the founders of Generals Against Nuclear War (Greece)
    • Dr. George Pararas-Carayannis, Chairman, 6th International Tsunami Symposium; President Tsunami Society International (Greece)
    • Philippos Tsalides, Professor of Electronics, Democritus University of Thrace, President of the Institute of Geopolitical Studies “National Regeneration” (Xanthi, Greece)
    • Dr. George Tsobanoglou, Vice President, International Sociological Association, Research Committee on Sociotechnics & Sociological Practice (Greece)
    • Raúl Aníbal Marroquín Casasola, former Secretario General del Sindicato de Trabajadores del INDE-STINDE (Guatemala)
    • Jacques Bacamurwanko, Former Ambassador of Burundi to the United States, (Conakry, Guinea)
    • Yufang Guo, Chairman, Jomec International (Rotterdam, Holland)
    • Shalini Pradhan, DDS, A/8 Model Town Housing Scheme (Mumbai, India)
    • Dr. Vinod Saighal, Executive Director, Eco Monitors Society (New Delhi, India)
    • Arun Shrivastava, author (New Dehli, India)
    • Seyed Hossein Mousavian, Research Scholar, Program Science and Global Security Princeton University, Former Iranian Ambassador to Germany, Former Head of the Foreign Relations Committee of Iran’s National Security Council (Iran)
    • Eugene Douglas, Editor, LaRouche Irish Brigade (Armagh, Ireland)
    • Antonella Banaudi, Opera Singer (Sanremo, Italy)
    • Luca Bertoni, Secretary, Lomardi-Russia Cultural Association (Milan, Italy)
    • Senator Stefano Candiani, Member of the Italian Senate (Rome, Italy)
    • Gabriele Chiurli, Member, Tuscany Regional Council (Arezzo, Italy)
    • Prof. Guglielmo Forges Davanzati, University of Salento (Lecce, Italy)
    • Gianmatteo Ferrari, Vice-President, Lombardy-Russia Cultural Association (Milan, Italy)
    • Pietro Foroni, Member of the Regional Council in the Lombardy Region (Milan, Italy)
    • Nino Galloni, Economist (Rome, Italy)
    • Alfonso Gianni, Director of the Cercare Ancora Foundation (Rome, Italy)
    • Pietro Giubilo, Former Mayor, Rome (Rome, Italy)
    • Tiberio Graziani, President, Institute of Advanced Studies in Geopolitics (Rome, Italy)
    • Paolo Grimoldi, Member of the Italian Parliament, Founder of the Parliamentary group, “Friends of Putin” (Carugate, Italy)
    • Giacomo Guarini, Administrative Director, Institute for High Studies of Geopolitics (Rome, Italy)
    • Armando Manocchia, Journalist, Editor in Chief Imola Oggi.it (Imola, Italy)
    • Prof. Giulio Sapelli, Economist, University of Milan (Milan, Italy)
    • Gianluca Savoini, President, Lombardy-Russia Cultural Association (Milan, Italy)
    • Enzo Siviero, Member of the Italian National Council of Universities (Padua, Italy)
    • Valentina Iorio Tomasetti, City Councilwoman (Galliate Lombardo, Italy)
    • Marcello Vichi, Author, Transaqua, an Idea for the Sahel, Former Director Foreign Department, Bonifica Engineering Company, IRI Group (Rome, Italy)
    • Daisuke Kotegawa, Former Japanese Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund (Tokyo, Japan)
    • Yim Sungbin, Former Secretary to the President of the Republic of Korea for Climate and Environment (Republic of Korea)
    • Chandra Muzaffar, President of the International Movement for a Just World (Kuala Lampur, Malaysia)
    • Manuel Ignacio Espinoza Gonzalez, Primary School Teacher, former Municipal President, PRD (Ures, Sonora, Mexico)
    • Luis Benito Acosta Jiménez, Agronomist, Director General, Agronomy Federation of Mexico City (Mexico City DF, Mexico)
    • Carlos Arellano Palma, Architectural engineer, Mexican Association of Engineers (Mexico City DF, Mexico)
    • Esteban Palma Bautista, Civil engineer, Mexican Association of Engineers (Mexico City DF, Mexico)
    • Gaston Pardo-Pérez, journalist, Reseau Voltaire (Veracruz, Mexico)
    • Jesus E. Ramirez Diaz, Secretary General, Mexican National Federation of Organized Trade Unions FENASO (Mexico)
    • Martínez Rojas, Andrés Eloy, Federal Congressman, Mexico, MORENA party, Secretary of the Science and Technology Committee in the Chamber of Deputies (Mexico)
    • Rosa Elia Romero Guzmán, Mexican Federal Congresswoman (Oaxaca, Mexico)
    • Casimiro Navarro Valenzuela, Industrial Engineer, Former Municipal President, PAN (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
    • Jose Modesto Torres Valerio, Secretary General of the University of Sonora Workers and Employees Union (SETUS) (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico)
    • José Francisco Rosales Argüello, Vice President of Permanent Conference of Political Parties of Latin America and the Caribbean, Justice Nicaragua Supreme Court (Nicaragua)
    • lloegbunam Ngoesina, General Organizer of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) (State of Anambra, Nigeria)
    • Mario Rognoni, Journalist, Businessman, Engineer (Panama City, Panama)
    • Julio A. Mendoza, architect, President of the Chamber of Housing and Infrastructure of Paraguay (Paraguay)
    • Teresa Nowak, Chairman of the Board at The Institute for Intercultural Communication and Interdisciplinary Studies SILK ROAD (Poland)
    • Dr. Jacek Nowak, Executive Director at The Institute for Intercultural Communication and Interdisciplinary Studies SILK ROAD (Poland)
    • Sergei Cherkasov, Deputy Director for Research, State Geological Museum, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)
    • Guzel A. Danukalova, Institute of Geology, Ufa Scientific Center, Russian Academy of Sciences (Ufa, Russia)
    • Roman Krivonos, Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)
    • Victor Kuzin, Head of Moscow Bureau for the Defense of Human Rights without Borders (Moscow, Russia)
    • Olga Mekhtieva, Teacher of English Literature (Moscow, Russia)
    • Stanislav N. Nekrasov, professor; Chairman, International Legal and Futurological Information Agency (Yekaterinburg, Russia)
    • Alexander D. Petrushin, Institute for Demography, Migration, and Regional Development (Moscow, Russia)
    • Sergey Pulinets, Space Research Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia)
    • Prof. Marietta Stepanyants, UNESCO Chair for Philosophy in the Dialogue of Cultures, Institute of Philosophy (Moscow, Russia)
    • Sergei V. Zaitsev, Institute of Solid State Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences (Chernogolovka, Russia)
    • Naeem Shakir, Supreme Court Attorney of Pakistan (Lahore, Pakistan)
    • Olga Zinovieva, Co-Chairman Rossiya Segodnya Ziniviev Club (Moscow, Russia)
    • Prof. Dr. Ana Langovic Milicevic, Faculty of Art and Design, Megatrends University (Belgrade, Serbia)
    • Father Themi Adamopoulous, Greek Orthodox Priest (Sierra Leone)
    • Jan Cernogursky, former dissident of Czechoslovakia, former Justice Minister, Slovak Republic (Slovakia)
    • Javier Otazu Ojer, Economics Professor, UNED in Pamplona (Pamplona, Spain)
    • Fructuoso Rodríguez Morales, retired transport union leader (Las Cannarias, Spain)
    • Sebastian Martin, Director, Noticanarias.com (Puerto del Rosario, Islas Canarias, Spain)
    • Fahrie Hassan, The Film Club (Cape Town, South Africa)
    • Greger Ahlberg, architect (Stockholm, Sweden)
    • Leena Malkki-Guignard, producer and opera singer, Operafabriken (Malmo, Sweden)
    • Daniel Mena, Member, City Council (Helsingborg, Sweden)
    • Professor Heinrich Bortis, Professor of Political Economy, University of Freiberg (Freiberg, Switzerland)
    • Tomader Gohar, Citizens for Peace Building (Geneva, Switzerland)
    • Alfonso Tuor, Journalist, Economist, (Lugano, Switzerland)
    • Dr, Gerd Joseph Weisensee,Delegate of the Board of Directors Pro-Life Association (Bern, Switzerland)
    • Mustafa Acar, Professor, Dr. Rector, Aksaray University (Aksaray, Turkey)
    • Mother Agnes Mariam of the Cross, Mother Superior at the Monastery and Convent of St. James the Mutilated (Qara, Syria)
    • Vladimir R. Marchenko, Confederation of Labor of Ukraine (Kiev, Ukraine)
    • Natalia M. Vitrenko, Doctor of Economics; Chairman, Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine (Kiev, Ukraine)
    • Rt. Hon. Michael Meacher, Labour Member of the House of Commons, Former Cabinet Minister and National Executive Member of the Labour Party (Oldham, United Kingdom)
    • Robert Oulds, Director of the Bruges Group (Conservative Party), Local government councilor for the London borough of Hounslow Author and Military Historian (London, United Kingdom)
    • Mike Robinson, Editor, UK Column (Plymouth, United Kingdom)
    • Professor Prem Sikka, Essex Business School at University of Essex Professor of Accounting and Economist (Colchester, United Kingdom)
    • Paul Webb, Screenwriter, Academy Award-nominated films Selma and Lincoln (London, United Kingdom)
    • Dr. Daya Thussu, Co-Director, India Media Center, University of Westminster (United Kingdom)
    • Roman Rojas Cabot, Former Venezuelan Ambassador to the European Union and to Guyana (Caracas, Venezuela)