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Beguiling coup on the försvarskonferens

"Beguiling coup on the försvarskonferens" "Anna Andersson sees his own idea become a reality when the peace movement is striking at the People and defense"

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Beguiling coup on the försvarskonferens
"Beguiling coup on the försvarskonferens"

"Anna Andersson sees his own idea become a reality when the peace movement is striking at the People and defense"

"This is a kulturartikel which is a part of Aftonbladet's opinionsjournalistik."

", ”Help! Help, of mercy and righteousness! Down with the weapons!”"

"Robert Chestnut cry from a window on the second floor echoed out into the darkness of one of the large parking lots outside of Högfjällshotellet in Sälen. It had been able to worry about the one who was ignorant of the fact that Chestnut right then just played a role, the distraught Martha, but the risk that someone would hear was relatively small because the clock was ten in the evening and it was minus ten degrees out."

"the Reply comes from the pacifist monologue Down with weapons!, Robert Chestnut on Monday was playing in a hotel room in front of about 25 participants at the People and defense national conference was going on at the same hotel. It was a collaboration between the Stockholm city theatre and the Swedish peace and arbitration society but the idea was – my."

"When I saw the play in the fall, it got me to think about where the peace movement keeps the house today. Should not that also to fix up, when everyone else is doing it, I wrote in a chronicle (sep 21, 2018). I concluded by writing: ”I have no idea how Robert Chestnut calendar looks like. But if he has a gap in the middle of January so he should be invited to play Down with the weapons! on the People and defence conference in Sälen”."

"I had forgotten when it came an e-mail from Linda Åkerström, responsible for disarmament of the Swedish peace and arbitration society, in which she told me that they hooked on the idea. The play would not be a part of the regular program, but it would gerillaspelas in a hotel room. I wanted to follow along and see how it went?"

"I wanted to, and during the three days I was thus embedded reporter in the peace movement."

"36 hours before Robert Chestnut cried out in dalanatten we had set ourselves in a minibus in Stockholm to run up to Sälen. In addition to Linda Åkerström, Robert Chestnut, and I was also the production manager Lasse Engman and sufflören Petra Ödmark from the municipal theatre."

"Linda Åkerström was the only one who seemed a bit nervous, she had made a list of things that could go wrong. How would the conference organizers react when, at the Monday lunch started handing out invitations? What if nobody came? What if someone in the audience started protesting, destroying the performance? She was simply prepared for resistance on the People and the defense are the peace movement outside the åsiktskorridoren."

" We have long felt a frustration that the debate on security policy is so tight. There is hardly any conflict between the political parties – it is about 60 or 70 Jasplan, how many more billions the defense should get. There is little room to question the big questions, such as what a threat to security actually is, and how to prioritise, she explained once we were on site in Sälen."

"That Putin with his annexation of Crimea in 2014 demonstrated what he is capable to keep she, as well as to Trump creates additional uncertainty about the world order."

"– We share the image that there is much to be worried about in the world, but it must mean more tanks on the island of Gotland, in the analysis, we do not share. Money that goes to the military is a priority as everything else. We miss the debate. What would it for example mean for our physical safety if we put more money on a safe delivery for all women, or at the school?"

"So what were hoping she would accomplish with this teaterkupp?"

"– That someone in the audience should get a new thought. That you realize that there are other ways to think around the security."

"At the Monday lunch built in room 2022 at Högfjällshotellet on to the stage. This space did not need to be particularly large, but ”at least a krinolinbredd” was required. The set design was what a hotel room in the mountains can offer, but some lamps hung on, it went to a part gaffatejp and chairs were borrowed in from the friendly rumsgrannar. The only spare prop was a footstool."

"at the same time, when the conference broke for lunch, started to Agnes Hellström, chairman, Swedish peace, to invite to the evening's performance. Tonight's big competitor was the ngo mingle but although many politely declined, was the response positive. The invitation was a good opening for conversation."

"– Many lifted how important it is that we are here, "said Hellström afterwards, who have spoken with and received a polite" no " from both STAFF Micael Bydén as Dan Eliasson, director general of the Swedish civil contingencies Agency."

"While I hit a turn at the conference – the rumor that all goes in the tjocktröjor is significantly excessive, the most I saw the uniforms and välskurna costumes – rehearsed Robert Chestnut, together with Petra Ödmark. They did a so-called italians, a very fast genomdragning of the whole play."

"thus, It is a monologue, the script is 47 pages and in the normal pace takes about 1.5 hours to play. Chestnut has not played since november – and in addition, he is in the middle of work on another show, on January 25, he has premiered with the Maids. But the text fit exactly."

"For Robert Chestnut is Down with the weapons! a further stage in a journey he began about ten years ago. He has always been interested in peace and justice issues, and when he was a teenager and played theatre at home in Kalmar, he met the director Stina Oscarson, who ”had formulated themselves around everything I was thinking on”. They started working together, and in 2010 she took him to the orion theatre in Stockholm, where they made From exclusion to entrepreneurship at 80 minutes, a piece about Swedish arms exports."

"As a part of his research for the role, he traveled together with the Swedish peace to India to visit the ”Def expo”, a försvarsmässa. His cover was as a student at the national defence college."

" The trip changed me. I saw the trade and the mingle around the weapons systems, how obvious it was and how absent all the dead and suffering, which these systems create, was."

"as well As the Swedish peace and arbitration society, he thinks that today's debate on peace and security should be broadened."

"" I have become increasingly frustrated over how shameless rhetoric some people use when they call for renewal, how they play on threats and fear. I want to have a discussion about whether there are other ways to make us feel safe."

"So despite a tight schedule, the choice was to play in Sälen is not difficult, and he points out that he immediately got support from the working Anna Takanen."

" the Theater should be in the heart of the action, we shall be with and ask political questions."

"Five in the half past nine in the evening opened the door to the ”theatre”. There was space for about 25, a couple of sites turned over. In the audience appeared, among others, former minister of defence Björn von Sydow, DN:s försvarsreporter Mikael Holmström, Staffan Dopping, once head of corporate communications for the armed Forces, and this newspaper's political editor in chief Anders Lindberg."

"Several in the audience had mumlat that they ”may have to depart” and to put themselves far out – but only one person actually went. In general, the concentration of total, mood of the poem."

"After the long applause was many left on the non-alcoholic socializing and wanted to talk, not least with Robert Chestnut in big crinoline but freed from the wig."

"– Some of the parties he has never done so well as in the evening, said Petra Ödmark who also acted as assistant director in this production."

"Robert Chestnut was himself satisfied."

" This was theatre in its original, as the story around the campfire."

"If the kulturattack get any long-term effect remains to be seen but if the goal was that someone would think of a new thought achieved it likely. Even if you do not change how the security threat against Sweden looks like it was in any case clear that there are other ways to engage in the debate. The renovation of the military defence may continue until further notice but reduced the weapons in call is in all cases something."

"' Down with weapons!” is a utvecklingsroman of Martha Althaus, that goes from the supporters of the prevalent militarism to adopt a more pacifist stance. It was controversial when it came out, and 1933 included the books that the nazis threw in the burning of books."

"the Novel was written in 1889 by Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914). She was born in Austria, countess Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau and married Arthur von Suttner."

"Bertha von Suttner was a journalist and author and was involved early on in the peace movement – she was, in 1892, and founded the Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft, Germany's oldest peace organization. She worked for a while and was a friend of Alfred Nobel. In 1905 she was awarded the Nobel peace prize."

"Teaterversionen is a dramatization of Stina Oscarson, directed by Nora Nilsson with Robert Chestnut as the only participants. "

"the Set appears at Storan in Gothenburg on the 18th of march and will return in the autumn to the municipal theatre in Stockholm."

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