Marcia Internazionale NONviolenta Nizza-Roma-Atene

Dopo le manifestazioni di violenza a Roma il 15 Ottobre, l'Agorà Intenrazionale di Bruxelles, il 16 ottobre, ha deciso di continuare la "Marcia pacifica" cominciata in Spagna a giugno, proseguita verso la Francia da luglio in poi e terminata a Bruxelles l'8 ottobre. La Marcia prosegue dunque verso quelle città che sono state più colpite dai conflitti violenti.

Lo scopo principale di questa marcia è di rivendicare e diffondere i valori di una "democrazia reale" in Europa, nel mondo e dunque in ogni singolo paese. Essa denuncia la grave situazione cui ci hanno condotto i governi condizionati dalla grande finanza e promuove l'aggregazione politica democratica, apartitica e nonviolenta di tutte quelle persone vittime di tali ingiustizie, ossia la maggioranza della popolazione mondiale.

Tanti popoli diversi uniti in un unico popolo della democrazia reale!

mercoledì 8 febbraio 2012

“La Police Avec Nous”

In March to Athens on 6 February 2012 at 21:55
March to Athens
Day 91-XVII, from Castelvolturno to Qualiano, 24 km.
Qualiano, February 6
Dear people,
We’ve returned to the known world. Here there’s just the trash and the general absence of hope. We know now that things could be a lot worse.
This is a northern suburb of Naples, and we shouldn’t be here. We were supposed to go to a tiny place called Zaccaria. But it turned out none of the locals had ever heard of it. So we walked on, arriving after dark in the nearest inhabited place we could find.

Preparing to go, observed by the blacks of the immigrant centre

Marching through the trash.
We were received by the police. Not with clubs and guns, but with pizza, pastries and wine. It caused a bit of embarassment among some of us, and hilarity among others. We were offered to stay in the aula for official events, and in the end we accepted.
For us as revolutionaries it’s a bit difficult to explain that we are guests of the police without there being bars between them and us. But we don’t worry too much about it. The pizza is good and outside it’s cold, menacing snow, and in such a situation we are easily corruptible as well.

And this.
In any case, it’s true that the police in Italy have a lot to complain about. Budget cuts mostly. When things are going bad economically, it’s natural for governments to cut spending on education and health care. But when spending on police is cut, things are going really bad. Part of the police officers have short term contacts. Part of the vehicles can’t be used because there is no money for fuel.
In the beginning of the march, so I heard, police were pretty invasive. They stopped the group almost every day to control identity papers. Then one day, the walkers decided they wouldn’t show them.

Camping in the police aula
“Take us all away if necessary, or do whatever you need to do, but we won’t comply.” In the face of this collective refusal, the active officer called his superiors. Shortly after, the march could continue.
Police didn’t ask papers after that anymore. They are always helpful, but never before have they received us this way.
After we had installed our shopping carts, our sleeping bags and our field kitchen in the police aula, we also received a visit from the town council. They congratulated us briefly, and after witnessing a piece of our turbulent internal assembly, they left, wishing us good luck.

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