European Revolutionary Forces Buildup

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Occupy Peace Zone: focused on full taxation on, or forbidding any, profit from production of weapons
created: 10 Apr 2012 16:51
The One Using Gun To Kill Is Guilty AS The One Producing It! Stop the Greed for Profit from any Production of Weapons! Stop the suffering export of your country! Stop weapon production profit! Stop allowing greed causing so much suffering in this world! Stop all that by signing this petition:

I think it is ok to support those who would not pay tax as long as their government would not fully (100%) tax all weapon production profit or eliminate any such profit.


ReferenceS: sipri yearbook + pdf for 2011 + top 20 in 2011
Do and Join: daytime info tent ) and "ThakeShare it"

A Zone of a Peaceful Yet Rebellion and Open-End chain of events for this 2012 spring-summer-fall.


Each zone is for people working against the governments involved in wars and/or producing weapons sent to such war zones.

Greed shall never be a cause for using or producing machine killing people: For us the time is now to speak up against such govemnets as of isreal, iranin and germany, as those governments are preparing thier people to another war.

We can no more tolerate any profit making out of production of weapons (here are some numbers of the Arms_industry)!

World's largest defense budgets:Main article: List of countries by military expenditures
This is a list of the ten countries with the highest defence budgets for the year 2011, which is $1.29 trillion or 74% of total world expenditures. The information is from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.[7] Total world spending amounted to $1.74 trillion USD in 2011. (Missing here the Israeli defense sales in 2010 totaled 7.2 billion U.S. dollars, making the small nation the world's fourth largest exporter.

Rank Country Spending ($ b.) World Share (%) % of GDP, 2011
1 United States 711.0 41.0 4.7
2 Chinaa 143.0 8.2 2.0
3 Russiaa 71.9 4.1 3.9
4 United Kingdom 62.7 3.6 2.6
5 France 62.5 3.6 2.3
6 Japan 59.3 3.4 1.0
7 India 48.9 2.8 2.5
8 Saudi Arabiab 48.5 2.8 8.7
9 Germanya 46.7 2.7 1.3
10 Brazil 35.4 2.0 1.5
World Total 1735 74.3 2.5

This is a european effort and such zones should be created everywhere! For being european the location in the city should be defined where international activity appears. The location can be defined by a triangle, such that each apex is a complementary one (eg. 1. park 2. for attraction for people and 3. as operational).

The European Pro-Peace Zones

In Berlin on the TKM triangle:
also see

The Peaceful Yet Rebellion - European Pro-Peace Zone in Berlin (on the TKM triangle) The Zone:
apex-T: The Tacheles, Oranienburger Str 54, 13437, 30/28096125,
apex-K: The KW, kunstwerke auguststr 69, 10117, 030/243459-0,,
apex-M: The Monibijou park

pdf of thie page

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