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Ed Asner, Roseanne Barr Sign Petition for Collaboration with Non-Western Economies

Ed Asner,   Roseanne Barr

Several more prominent individuals have signed a petition calling on the U.S. and Europe to reject geopolitics and collaborate with the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, a press release said.

The number of those signing the Schiller Institute’s petition is growing as NATO leaders escalate their confrontation with Russia, especially over Ukraine, the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) said..

Those who have signed include four former U.S. congressmen and one former U.S. senator: former Reps. Rodney Alexander (R-La), Donna Christensen (D-U.S. Virgin Islands), Cornelius Gallagher (D-NJ), and Vance McAllister (R-La.), and former U.S. Senator Mike Gravel (D-Alaska), the press release said.

A number of well-known American performance artists have added their names to the petition recently, including Ed Asner and Roseanne Barr, EIR said.

Five members of Russia’s Academy of Sciences as well as Yim Sungbin, former Secretary to the President of the Republic of Korea for Climate and Environment, have also signed, the press release said.

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