Tom Gillesberg endorses Bueso
European Parliament Election Campaign

Report from the May 16, 2009 Bueso party day conference in Wiesbaden, Germany area


     Tom Gillesberg, chairman of the Schiller Institute in Denmark,  spoke at the party day of the Civil Rights Movement Solidarity (Bürgerrechtsbewegung Solidarität, Bueso) on May 16, after speeches by Bueso chairman Helga Zepp-LaRouche, and representatives of Büesos sister campaigns from France and Sweden.  Gillesberg endorsed the election campaign effort in Germany, which aims at making Germany the "land of the poets and thinkers" again, for the benefit of the rest of Europe. Great ideas uplift the people, as it can be seen in the case of Denmark, where the big Oeresund Bridge project has helped the Danes to overcome pessimism, and people in the Danish Parliament have become open-minded for the proposals of the Schiller Institute which has been able to testify several times there on the new bridge project of the Fehmarn Belt and of the Copenhagen-Hamburg maglev, on the Eurasian Land-Bridge and the Pecora Commission proposals, and the New Bretton Woods.

     However, there is also the other side, namely the fact that Copenhagen has been chosen as site of the world climate conference in December, from which a global ecological dictatorship is to be launched. That has to, and will, be fought with a special campaign of the Schiller Institute taking the opportunity that 2009 is Schiller's 250th birthday, so that Danes will be reminded of their crucial role in securing the life of Schiller during his financial difficulties and other hardships, allowing him from 1791 to 1796, to continue his crucial work. Schiller thanked the Danes by giving them the {Aesthetical Letters} as his gift, to illustrate what man's creativity is about, and what it can achieve.

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