3rd US Peace Delegation to Germany
Please join the German campaign to send the existing U.S. nuclear weapons back home, and to halt production of the new B61-12 nuclear bomb, scheduled to be built in the U.S. by 2020 and deployed in five European countries―Italy, Belgium, Holland, Turkey, and Germany.
We invite anti-nuclear, environmental peace and human rights activists to the Nukewatch delegation July 8 to 16, 2019, at the main gate of the Büchel Air Base in Germany with emphasis on young people! The international Action Camp is part of our 20 weeks of action from March 26th to August 9th (Nagasaki memorial day). Twenty weeks represent the 20 B61 H-bombs still at Büchel AB. Our peace camp includes networking, vigils, and nonviolent civil resistance.
For more info. about joining the Nukewatch delegation, email us. For more information about the Peace Camp, visit the websites buechel-atombombenfrei.de and atomwaffenfrei.de (click on International & English, or the Translate icon on your browser), where you can consider joining the delegation, and endorse the campaign by signing the Declaration of Solidarity.
Get Your Money Out of There!
For help divesting from nuclear and other WMD
Don’t Bank on the Bomb is a project of PAX that produces detailed, international annual reports on major weapons producers and their investors.
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute The leading think tank on global arms trade research.
Costs of War Project facilitates debate about the costs of US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria.
National Priorities Project is a research organization that examines how much of our taxes go to wars and militarism.
Target: US Nuclear Weapons Corporations
Defense attorney Kary Love of Michigan, who has repeatedly represented nuclear disarmament and Plowshares activists at trial, suggests that focusing attention on nuclear weapons’ corporate profiteers might prove effective.
We’ve outlined the roles of the major contractors behind new nuclear weapons production—and included their contact information—here.
Past Action Alerts
On April 4, 2019, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization will celebrate its 70th anniversary in Washington, D.C. In view of NATO’s post-Cold War crime spree in Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, peace activists are organizing. Nukewatch will be there to present Ousting U.S. H-bombs from Europe.
See more “Unwelcome” events between March 30 and April 4. For info on scheduled events in D.C., see:
2nd US Delegation to Join Peace Actions at German Air Base that Hosts US H-Bombs
Nuclear abolitionists in Germany will again sponsor 20 weeks of nonviolent resistance at Büchel Air Base, from March 26 to August 9, 2018. The campaign demands that the 20 US B61 H-bombs at Büchel be sent home permanently—not replaced with new bombs as the US intends—and that Germany ratify the new nuclear weapons ban treaty. A delegation from the US coordinated by Nukewatch will join the Büchel peace camp July 10-18. For more info., visit the websites buechel-atombombenfrei.de and atomwaffenfrei.de (click on International & English), where you can consider joining the delegation, and endorse the campaign by signing the Declaration of Solidarity.
To support a scholarship fund for the delegation, please send a donation to Nukewatch today—online or by mailing to Nukewatch, 740A Round Lake Road, Luck, Wisconsin 54853.