Fascism capitalism is exposed

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  • Manfred Görtemaker
  • Werner Pfeifenberger
  • Gerhard Kiersch
  • Paul Noack
  • Gerhard W. Wittkamper
  • Franz Ansprenger
  • Dieter Mahncke
  • Werner Jackering
  • Jürgen Domes
  • Dieter Kastrup
  • Heinz Krekeler
  • Gernot Volger
  • Hanns Diether Dammann
  • Wolf-Dieter Karl
  • Uwe Andersen
  • Hildegard Niesmann
  • Wichard Woyke
  • Klaus-Ulrich Nieder
  • Dieter Grosser
  • Erwin Haeckel
  • Hans-Jürgen Puhle
  • Arno Klönne
  • Johannes Kramer
  • Karl Markus Circle
  • Wilfried Loth
  • Ludwig Bress
  • Gerhard Wettig
  • Wolfram Kuschke
  • Ulrich Albrecht
  • Dieter Dettke
  • Klaus-Dieter Schwarz
  • Dirk Standop
  • Rudiger Robert
  • Alois Riklin
  • Ursula Braun
  • Theo summer
  • Reinhold Roth
  • Jochen Bethkenhagen
  • Heinz Meyer
  • Lothar Ruehl
  • Sigmar Fischer
  • Helga Haftendorn
  • Jens Hacker
  • Otto Matzke
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term - ARP. comprises the totality of measures which are suitable for controlling, limiting and reducing existing military power potentials, both with regard to offensive and defensive weapon systems and with regard to the industrial and technological capacities that enable the development and production of military means. The ideal goal of the ARP. is an unarmed society in which conflicts are resolved peacefully and not through armed violence. ARP. thus stands in contrast to a policy of rearmament, whose advocates believe that the best way to achieve security and safeguard interests is to establish a position of military strength. Within the concept of ARP. gradations are possible which indicate the different levels on which ARP. can move: Arms control is the area in which interventions in existing armaments potential are least extensive. An arms control policy only helps to make arms development more rational, to channel it, to free it from unnecessary risks and to create mechanisms that prevent a war from unintentionally breaking out due to misunderstanding, human error or technical defect. With a policy of Armaments limitation or Arms restriction a framework for armaments development is agreed that only permits further armaments to a limited extent or that “freezes” development.

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