Nearly 1,000,000 Russians Have Signed the Ukraine Anti-War Petition

Alice Slater
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We may now care for each Earthian individual at a sustainable billionaire’s level of affluence while living exclusively on less than 1 percent of our planet’s daily energy income from our cosmically designed nuclear reactor, the Sun, optimally located 92 million safe miles away from us.   Buckminster Fuller
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Date: Mon, Feb 28, 2022 at 8:18 AM
Subject: [NucNews] Nearly 1,000,000 Russians Have Signed the Ukraine Anti-War Petition
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Subject: Nearly 1,000,000 Russians Have Signed the Ukraine Anti-War Petition
Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2022 07:12:47 -0500 (EST)
From: Campaign for Peace Disarmament and Common Security <jgerson80@gmail.com>
Reply-To: jgerson80@gmail.com
Link to the Petition Against the War in Ukraine
Friends,
Following is the non-personal content of a note that I received from my friend Oleg Bodrov in St. Petersburg. I think you’ll find it interesting, and most will find it inspiring. You will also note that Putin has put his nuclear weapons on a higher state of alert and the crisis has led Japan’s prime minister to raise the possibility of inviting the U.S. to again base nuclear weapons in his country.
FYI: The petition against the War in Ukraine was signed by nearly 1,000.000 Russian citizens.
“The Russian authorities have made it more difficult to further sign this document via the Internet from Russia. Thus, the increase in the number of signatures has become slower. But I think by tomorrow evening the number of signatories of the document will be 1 million.
I am very concerned that the fighting is taking place on the territory of Ukraine, where 15 nuclear reactors continue to operate. The Chernobyl nuclear power plant with unloaded nuclear fuel is not controlled by the Ukrainian authorities. It is surrounded by Russian tanks. According to information from the Ukrainian nuclear city of Slavutich, shift personnel who must replace their colleagues at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant cannot travel by train to this nuclear power plant. That is, the regular operation of this NPP has been disrupted! This poses a great danger not only for Ukrainians, but also for Europe. I think we need to make a special statement about this.
And finally, it is possible that the Russian authorities will block communications with Russian citizens from other countries.”
Oleg Bodrov – Chairman of the Public Council of the South Coast of the Gulf of Finland, Interregional Environmental Movement of the Leningrad Region and St. Petersburg. Website: http://decommission.ru/english/
Joseph Gerson & Oleg Bodrov
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