Über die Fastenkampagne

Auf dieser Seite geht es um die Fastenkampagne für eine atomwaffenfreie Welt.

  • Sie endet jedes Jahr am 9. August, dem Jahrestag des Atombombenabwurfs auf Nagasaki. 
  •  Sie beginnt jährlich einen Tag früher.
Die Fastenkampagne 2017

Mathias Engelke hat vor sein Fastenzelt in verschiedenen Orten aufzuschlagen.
Er freut sich über Einladungen.
Hier können Sie sehen, welche Termine besetzt und welche noch frei sind.

Samstag, 29.7. Schwäbisch Gmünd / Mutlangen (in Planung)
Sonntag, 30.7.  Suttgart (in Planung)
Montag, 31.7.
Dienstag, 1.8.
Mittwoch, 2.8.
Donnerstag, 3.8 
Freitag, 4.8.
Samstag, 5.8.
Sonntag, 6.8. Krefeld / Abends Köln-Pulheim
Montag, 7.8.
Dienstag, 8.8. abends in Büchel
Mittwoch, 9.8.  Büchel

11.02 Uhr Gedenkfeier und Fastenbrechen am Haupttor Atomwaffenlager Büchel

Die Fastenkampagne 2016
Multinationale öffentliche Fastenaktionen für eine atomwaffenfreie Welt 

Vom 6.-9.8. wird zugleich in Frankreich, England, USA und Togo öffentlich gefastet.

Call of the international groups of fasters We demand nuclear disarmament!
We are groups of fasters who have decided to
forego nourishment for at least 4 days, from
August 6th, the anniversary of Hiroshima, till
August 9th, the anniversary of Nagasaki, to
express our total opposition to nuclear weapons,
and to call for their complete abolition.
Today in 2016 what we observe is that the
nuclear-armed countries refuse to engage in
nuclear disarmament and are financing nuclear
modernization programs. In the UK the
parliamentary majority wants to pursue the
renewal of Trident. In NATO countries hosting
nuclear bases, the United States wants to
modernize bombs and missiles, and to use them
to equip new aircraft bombers. In France plans are
being drawn up for a new nuclear submarine
The COP21 meeting in December 2015
expressed in very strong terms the urgency of
devoting major efforts to the fight against climate
change, whose cost was estimated by COP15 in
Copenhagen in 2009 as $ 1,000 billion; this
amount is the global budget for nuclear weapons
over the next 10 years, representing an
outrageous waste in comparison.
The clock of the Apocalypse has been estimated
to be at 3 minutes to midnight, in other words the
risk of nuclear attack is considered comparable to
the most dramatic moments of the Cold War.
16,000 nuclear weapons are currently in active
service, including 2,000 on alert.
The UN General Assembly decided in December
2015 to begin an Open Ended Working Group to
"study concrete effective legal measures, legal
provisions and norms to achieve and maintain a
nuclear weapon free world ", i.e. to implement a
treaty to ban nuclear weapons. The nuclear
countries oppose such a treaty, which shows their
bad faith with respect to the commitment made in
Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
A surge in public opinion is essential. The
possession, production and threatened use of
nuclear weapons must be prohibited.
We, the undersigned group of fasters, call on each
and every person to join us in expressing this
urgent call:
Nuclear disarmament must happen now! Join the Fast!
  • Group of Fasters in Paris, France, Dominique Lalanne, <do.lalanne@wanadoo.fr>
  • Group of Fasters in Dijon-Valduc, France, Jean-Marc Convers <jeanmarc.convers@gmail.com>
  • Group of Fasters in Bordeaux-Mégajoule, France, Dominique Baude <baude.dominique@laposte.net>
  • Group of Fasters in La Hague, France, Josette Lenoury <jolenoury50@gmail.com>
  • Group of Fasters in Ile Longue-Brest, France, Nikol <nicole.rizzoni@wanadoo.fr>
  • Group of Fasters in London, Marc Morgan, <marcwmorgan@btinternet.com>
  • Group of Fasters in Berlin (July 30th to August 5th ), <wolfgang.schlupp-hauck@t-online.de>
  • Group of Fasters in Büchel, Germany, Matthias-W. Engelke <mwEngelke@outlook.de>
  • Group of Fasters in Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA, Alaric Balibrera <alaricarrives@gmail.com>
  • Group of Fasters in Kansas City, Missouri, USA Ann Suellentrop <annsuellen@gmail.com>
  • Group of Fasters in Livermore Lab, Californie, laser NIF, USA, Marcus Pegasus <pegasus@lovarchy.org>
  • Group of Fasters in Lomé, Togo, Warie Yao <wariesadacrepin@gmail.com>
More information : Dominique Lalanne, <do.lalanne@wanadoo.fr>

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