Statement | Pernyataan Solidaritas Internasional menentang Unjuk Kekuatan Armada Internasional di Jeju 2018

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Pernyataan Solidaritas Internasional 2018: 

Menentang Unjuk Kekuatan Armada Internasional di Jeju 2018 

Tolak Unjuk Kekuatan Armada Internasional di Jeju
Jadikan Pulau Jeju menjadi Pulau Perdamaian
Jadikan Samudera Pasifik Samudera Perdamaian

Kami,  organisasi dan individu, sangat menentang Unjuk  Kekuatan Armada International yang akan diadakan di Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju di Desa Gangjeong mulai 10 Oktober. Ini adalah acara terbesar oleh Angkatan Laut Korea sejak pangkalan angkatan laut Jeju dibangun dan sekitar 50 kapal dan 20 pesawat dari 45 negara akan berkumpul di Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju. Inspeksi kelautan, acara open house di kapal dan di pangkalan, serta  pameran industri militer yang dijadwalkan .

Unjuk kekuatan armada internasional, mengumpulkan kapal perang dari seluruh dunia, akan meningkatkan ketegangan militer di kawasan itu dan menciptakan awan gelap konflik di tengah-tengah keinginan yang berkembang untuk membuka era baru perdamaian dan koeksistensi serta mengakhiri perang di semenanjung Korea dan Asia Timur Laut.

Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju dibangun di atas kekerasan negara terhadap penduduk desa, kebohongan, dan perusakan lingkungan alam. Kita semua ingat proses konstruksi “yang memaksa” (koersif) dan berbagai masalah adanya Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju. Sambil mendukung keinginan penduduk pulau Jeju untuk membangun pulau yang indah ini sebagai Pulau Perdamaian, kami sangat menentang unjuk kekuatan Armada International yang diadakan di Pulau Jeju.

Sejak pembentukan Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju, militerisasi Pulau Jeju telah dipercepat. Kapal perang dari berbagai negara termasuk kapal selam nuklir AS telah sering mengunjungi Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju. Selain itu, kapal induk nuklir AS juga akan bergabung dengan Parade Armada International. Kami khawatir bahwa unjuk kekuatan Armada Internasional ini akan memperluas gerbang Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju kepada kapal perang Jepang dan Amerika Serikat. Komandan Pasifik AS telah menyatakan keinginannya untuk menempatkan Perusak Stealth Zumwalt di Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju. Selain membangun pangkalan angkatan laut, Angkatan Laut Korea memperkuat korps marinir di Jeju dan juga menyatakan rencananya untuk menggunakan bandara kedua sebagai pangkalan udaranya yang secara paksa dibangun oleh Pemerintah di Seongsan, Pulau Jeju.

Militerisasi Pulau Jeju akan memadamkan perdamaian di Semenanjung Korea, dan memperlancar militerisasi di Samudera Hindia dan Pasifik. AS mengubah Komando Pasifik menjadi Komando Indo-Pasifik pada bulan Mei lalu. Ini jelas menunjukkan keinginannya untuk memprioritaskan hegemoni militer di Samudera Hindia dan Pasifik, bukan kerja sama secara damai. AS belum menyembunyikan rencananya untuk membentuk aliansi militer semacam NATO di kawasan Indo-Pasifik. Banyak organisasi perdamaian prihatin bahwa Pulau Jeju akan menjadi pos terdepan untuk menghadapi China oleh AS dan sekutu militernya.

Dalam situasi seperti ini, unjuk kekuatan Armada International akan secara internasional menetapkan keberadaan dan penggunaan militer Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju. Ini sangat membahayakan visi masa depan Pulau Jeju sebagai ‘Pulau Perdamaian’ yang dinyatakan oleh pemerintah Korea Selatan pada tahun 2005. Ini juga merusak lingkungan Pulau Beom yang ditetapkan sebagai Cagar Biosfer UNESCO.

Kedua Korea menyatakan ‘era baru perdamaian’ dan berjalan menuju pembentukan sistem perdamaian dan denuklirisasi di semenanjung Korea. Upaya orang Korea untuk beralih ke perdamaian dan koeksistensi dari permusuhan masa lalu harus dikaitkan dengan upaya untuk membuat Pasifik damai. Kami mendukung keinginan penduduk pulau Jeju untuk membuat Pulau Damai “yang sesungguhnya” dan menentang militerisasi Pasifik. Unjuk kekuatan Armada International di Pulau Jeju harus segera dihentikan.

Hentikan unjuk kekuatan Armada Internasional di Jeju!
Tutup Pangkalan Angkatan Laut Jeju!
Hentikan Militerisasi Jeju! Hentikan Militerisasi Lautan!
Jadikan Pulau Jeju sebagai Pulau Perdamaian,
Jadikan Pasifik sebagai Lautan Perdamaian!

 

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10 October 2018

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Ruthsdottir (Peace Works), Ann Kobayashi (Japanese Against Nuclear UK), Anne Dodd (Abingdon Peace Group), Anne Elvey (Plumwood Mountain: An Australian Journal of Ecopoetry and Ecopoetics), Anne Lanyon (Pax Christi NSW), Anne Lindsay (CND), Anne Macarthur (SCOTTISH CND), Anne Milne (Edinburgh CND), Annette Brownlie (Independent and Peaceful Australia Network), Annette Sheppard (Nil), Antonio Carlos Silva Rosa (TRANSCEND Media Service), Anuradha Chenoy (AEPF), Ara Lee (Puri arts), Ariel Ky (Nada), Asako Kageyama (Morinoeigasha), Asfinawati (Indonesia Legal Aid Foundation (YLBHI)), ASM Badrul Alam (Bangladesh Krishok Federation), Atsushi Fujioka (Ritsumeikan University), Aya Kasai (Miyazaki International College), Barry Huges (CND London), Bedjo Untung (YPKP 65 Indonesian Institute for the Study of 1965/66 Massacre), Benjamin Monnet, Bi-Xiu Lin (Environmental Rights Foundation), Bobby Montemayor (Metro Subic Network), Brenda Paik Sunoo, Brian Noyes Pulling, Brian Quail (Catholic worker), Brian Smiddy (St Mary’s Social Justice Group), Brigidine Sisters Kildara Centre, Bruce Gagnon (Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space), Buddy Bell (Voices for Creative Nonviolence), Camilla Saunders (Knighton Action for Peace and Justice), Candace Fujikane (University of Hawaiʻi English Department), Carol Turner (London Region CND), Carolyn A Hadfield (World Can’t Wait-Hawai`i), Catherine Christie (Local/Global Advocacy Network), Catherine Lutz (Brown University), CedarBough Saeji (University of British Columbia), Charles Ryu (St. Paul’s United Methodist Church), Chieko Hotta (Hiyamikachi), Chikako Kobayashi, Chikashi Furukawa (East Asia Popular History Exchange, Taiwan), Christina Rusnov , Christine A. 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Unzu Lee (Presbyterian Peace Network for Korea), Saito Takako (Saitma Teachers’ Union), Sarah Lasenby (Oxford Quakers), Sarah Swift (Menwith Hill Accountability Campaign), Sasha Davis (Keene State College), Satoko Oka Norimatsu (Peace Philosophy Centre), Sean Martin (Society of Saint Columban), Seth Martin (The Menders), Seung Hee Jeon (Boston College), Shigeo Kobayashi (Japanese Against Nuclear UK), Shigeru Takagi (NPO Vountary Night School in Matsudo city), Shizuko Nagashima , Sho Nagamine, Shona Mcalpine (Scottish CND), Simone Chun (Women Cross DMZ), Sisto dos Santos (The HAK Association), Soomin Seo (Temple University), Sriprakash Mayasandra (Mennonite Central Committee), Stephen Hull, Stuart Parkinson (Scientists for Global Responsibility), Subodh Raj Pyakurel (INSEC), Sue Park-Hur (Reconciliasian), Sumi Hasegawa (Article 9 Canada), Sumie Mizusawa (Henoko blue), Sungeun Kim (Filmmaker), Susan Bennet (Gareloch Horticulturalists peace action group), Suzanne Ewing(Pax Chrisit USA), Suzanne Hedrick (Global works, Women’s International League for Peace), Suzuyo Takazato (Okinawa Women Act Against Military Violence), Suzy Kim, Swedish Peace Council, Takao Takahara (Peace Depot), Takashi Tanino (Agenda Project), Takehiko Ito (Wako University), Tamayo Yamshiro (Henoko blue), Tarak Kauff (Veterans For Peace), Taworu Yamasaki (Henoko Blue), Terri Kekoolani (Hawaii Peace and Justice), Terry Andrews, Terry Byrne (Pax Christi, Victoria, Australia), Theresa Wolfwood (Centre Foundation Barnard-Boecker), Thomas Harty (Veterans for Peace), Tim Shorrock (The Nation), Timothy Zhu (Democratic Socialists of Honolulu), Tom D’Arcy (D’Arcy), Tom Rainey-Smith, Tomas Remiarz (GreenLand Services), Tomiko Suzuki, Tommy Griffin (Veterans For Peace Chapter 170), Toshio Takahashi 高橋 年男 (沖縄―韓国民衆連帯), Tsuneo Takeuchi , Tyson Smith Berry Jr (4Kids International), Ulla Klötzer (Women Against Nuclear Power – Finland), Universal Peace&Social Development Society , Valerie Flessati (Pax Christi), Vicki Beitseen (CICD), Vincent Moinard, Viv Ring (Derby CND), Vladimir Tikhonov (박노자)(Oslo University), Wamuyu (Pax Christi international), Will Griffin (The Peace Report), William H. 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2018 International Solidarity Statement against the International Fleet Review in Jeju

JEJU: Pulau “vulcano” terbesar di semenanjung Korea yang merubah dirinya dari “pulau kematian” pasca genosida 1948-1954 menjadi “pulau perdamaian” yang bernilai sejarah dan menjadikan Pulau Jeju sebagai pilihan destinasi utama pariwisata Korea Selatan [Foto: Humas YPKP’65]

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