BY TOP WAR
In Denmark, members of the pacifist movement held a protest against NATO’s military presence and called on the country’s authorities not to use Aarhus harbor as a springboard for war and rearmament.
According to the Danish publication Arbejderen, one of the reasons for the demonstration was the next shipment of military equipment to Eastern Europe. Pacifists oppose the transformation of Denmark into one of the “pawns” used by the United States and NATO for their military purposes.
Danish pacifists demanded the withdrawal of all foreign, primarily American, military personnel from the territory of their country. Protesters carried signs reading “Yankees Go Home.”
The organizers of the event recalled that Denmark and other European countries will have to live with Russia as a neighbor, and in the interests of the Scandinavian country’s security policy, coexistence with Russia will be peaceful. By creating contradictions between Denmark and Russia, the United States earns billions of dollars. The American authorities are not at all concerned that in the event of an armed conflict with Russia, Denmark will inevitably be completely destroyed…