Unser Weg zum ewigen Frieden
Our way to eternal peace
With our language, we have our most powerful tool!
Now, we are teaching technical systems
to recognize and understand our language.
We can share our knowledge and problems worldwide.
We thereby achieve a new quality of the cognitive process and the design of our society.
Many people are fighting for peace:
A civil march for peace from Berlin to Aleppo
It's time to act. We can not just sit and do nothing. We can't live our everyday life like nothing has happened. We are not powerless, because we are far too many! We are going to from Berlin to Aleppo along the so-called “refugee route”, just the opposite direction
all saw injustice in the war in Syria:
How helpers save a child from the rubble.
The leaders of the states and religions have also seen this.
One of those responsible is himself a family father, has children and has given orders to throw bombs. He was awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize !
For the first time in almost 1,000
years, a Pope has met a head of the Russian Orthodox Church.
During this period were Napoleon's campaigns, the First and Second World Wars, and many more martial conflicts, which have brought man endless suffering.
More than 7 billion people need and want peace!
There are only a few thousands who bear
the responsibility and believe that they are unable to establish this
peace and secure it forever.
We do not need nuclear weapons, rockets, drones, tanks and shells in our world!
We have the opportunity to demand their removal by the responsible persons!
We must more strongly publicly control and critically evaluate these leaders, both in the States and in the religions.
The brilliant ideas of Immanuel Kant to eternal peace, which have found their way into the United Nations Charter, can now be implemented using innovative technologies.
frees our way to eternal peace.
In my dissertation (B) of 30 September 1989, before the peaceful revolution in Germany, I wrote the following:
The fact is that the human being has realized information processes in an inanimate subject. This capability has already been reached by mechanical means, but has gained momentum with the development of microelectronics and computing technology because it has been effective in the past forty years to an unprecedented degree. This new quality is made clear by the fact that languages are used to communicate with this technology, to mediate and to activate knowledge. The purpose of this work is to recognize and to generalize this development, and the powers which are inherent in it, in the manner described here, and to bring it into effect under our social order.
(translation by Google translate – excellent done! Thank you very much)