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The West must give in, this will give us the opportunity to survive!

Message from Holger Thorsten Schubart, head of the Neutrino Energy Group, in which Russian and Ukrainian scientists have been working together peacefully and respectfully for years.

Berlin.Holger Torsten Schubart, CEO of the German-American research company Neutrino Energy Group, is calling on the West to give in to the conflict in Ukraine.

Holger Thorsten Schubart, CEO of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH and President of the international holding Neutrino Energy Group
Holger Thorsten Schubart, CEO of Neutrino Deutschland GmbH and President of the international holding Neutrino Energy Group

Schubart says, while it may seem cynical and out of line with the mainstream, someone needs to say it out loud: "We Europeans, as well as Ukrainians themselves, can exist even if Ukraine does not enter the European Union or NATO. But no one from we won't survive if we provoke a nuclear war." Thus, it would be less risky to come to an understanding and say: Ukrainians do not have to be members of the EU or the Defense Alliance, but we could all live on, too much is at stake. "Because that way we won't move forward. We have to get rid of some illusory notions."

Sometimes it makes sense to give in and maybe raise a white flag.This would immediately end the conflict and the endless suffering of the civilian population.The alternative is a debilitating escalation until Ukraine is reduced to rubble.

A solution is only possible if you are able to put yourself in the place of the other side.“We cannot impose our Western values and our way of life on the whole world.But this is precisely the problem of Europeans and Americans.They should be more careful."

There is a danger that the West does not have sufficient understanding of the situation and its reaction will add fuel to the fire. Rather, the opposite effect will be achieved. The current "authors" of European foreign policy also lack personal contacts and experience.

Schubart is also critical of the exit of Western companies from business with Russia. “I think that right now companies should stay in Russia, and contact with people in Russia should not be lost. This bridge is of great importance now, these partnerships and relationships that have been built over the years can also work to prevent further escalation.”

The chairman of the board of the international holding refers to many scientists in Russia and Ukraine, with whom his Neutrino Energy Group has worked intensively so far and continues to work today. “Our Neutrino Energy project is international, it is not political and serves the cause of peace. Our international scientists should not evaluate, they should find solutions.”

Schubart also believes that the large number of Russian citizens living in Germany and Europe is an important factor in preventing the outbreak of a nuclear war. These people have become and are an important part of our social, western, free living order and live these fixed values ​​intensively in their families.

The CEO of an energy company knows Russia and Ukraine from dozens of visits.Neutrino Energy Group works with a global team of scientists and various international research centers.The Russian and Ukrainian members of the scientific advisory board of the company were shocked by the events in Ukraine, but continued to get along very well with each other and work positively together.

Scientists from all over the world are engaged in applied research and conversion of the spectra of the invisible radiation of the Sun, including neutrinos - those high-energy particles that constantly reach the Earth - into electrical energy for decentralized autonomous energy supply in the coming decades. Comparable to a solar battery that works continuously even in complete darkness. This knowledge of the technology created by Neutrinovoltaic is a key element of the future energy transition and will gradually reduce energy dependence not only on certain countries, but also on CO2-intensive fossil raw materials.

Authors: Thomas Wieland, Claudia Brecht and Beata Schmitz.


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