International Network of Engineers and Scientists for Global Responsibility
Letter of support to the US peace movement
22nd of March 2003
Dear colleagues, dear peace friends,
The world stands at a historical moment of greatest drama. We look on while a war-crazed government pursues an aggressive war and a bombing strategy of “shock and awe."
Our time demands protest and acts of peace from all corners of our planet. We must stand in solidarity against this illegal and immoral war of aggression.
The American war government must not accomplish its goals of domination and Empire.
We will continue our campaign for strike actions at the universities and take active part at the peace demonstrations, rallies etc.
We wish you much success in our common struggle.
With peaceful greetings,
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