CALL MANIFESTO MARCHES FOR DIGNITY #M22 #Spain #Madrid

No to pay the debt

No more cuts

Out governments Troika

Bread, work and shelter for all

We’re starting 2014 with no improvement for the workers, sunk in an unprecedented capitalist crisis and without any measures on the part of this illegitimate government other than misery, precariousness and repression, rulers who act as reall representatives of big banks, employers and big business, of capitalism, under the order of the Troika (the European Commission, the Central European Bank and the International Monetary Fund)..

We’re living in a situation in which every minute we’re being pushed to brink, a situation against which we must all start to give a real, collective, mass answer, by fighting from the grassroots, from our different territories but with one voice. Because with every day that goes by the situation is getting more agonizing, more difficult.

In the Spanish State there are hundreds of thousands of us who have lost our homes or who don’t receive benefits for dependents. There are more than 6 million of us without paid work and unemployed. We’ve got tens of thousands of working people without any unemployment benefits at all. There are more than a million of us who are living below the poverty line – and all that’s going down while the “Popular Party” continues with its cuts, destroying and robbing the health system, education, culture, pensions, closing down local television stations that are essential to the survival of minority languages and other public services. And they go on privatizing anything that’s profitable and giving tax benefits to the rich (bankers, big business, the Church, etc.)

There are more than 500,000 of us, young and not so young people, that have been forced to emigrate in order to try to eke out our living in one way or another. And despite this, they go on shutting down small and medium businesses with impunity, destroying most the real productive fabric, both industrial and agricultural, which could give work to the majority of the population.

In this context women have long had fewer rights: the right to live without male violence or to decide over our own bodies the right to family planning.

In our country if you were born somewhere else in the world, if your skin’s a different color or you have another religion, they take away your fundamental rights (healthcare, education et.) and can even shut you up in an Internment Center, even though you’ve committed no crime.

Simply for speaking our own minority language, simply for wanting to live in accordance with the culture of our land, we can be fined or even thrown into prison like during Franco’s fascist dictatorship, but now they call it democracy.

Fines and criminal penalties, imposed just for exercising the right of freedom of speech or the right to disobey unjust laws, are heavy, but the corrupt élite never go to prison and never have to pay for the damage they cause.

While the Government continues to hand out cash to big building firms, to the energy companies, to bankers and to corrupt businessmen etc. They’re leaving us with no work, no house, no health care, no pensions, no university grants, no schools, no education, no future: in a word no life.

They’re raising taxes, the price of energy and basic products for the poorest of use, while they’re reducing to a bare minimum employers’ social security contributions, to “create” work, they cynically say, and they turn a blind eye to massive fraud, corruption and capital flight. And without money we’re left with no house, no job and no wherewithal to survive.

Both the so-called Popular Party (PP) and the so-called Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE) are the culprits. To reduce us to this situation they made the constitutional reform in 2011, a Treaty with the European Union and an Organic Law to guarantee payment of the debt and, if need be, to suppress any public institution (like the Statute of Autonomy of the Valencian Country), if it doesn’t reduce its debt (and so its provision of public services) whenever and however they want.

We fought with great sacrifice to gain our social rights and we’re just not prepared to lose them. We demand from politics the transformation of our economy to make it an economy at the service of humanity and to guarantee that these rights can be universally exercised.

That’s why we demand:

The abrogation of all the counter-reforms that have been forced down our throats (labor laws, laws affecting pensions, education the right to safe legal abortion, the 15/97 act which commoditizes health care, the law of civil repression etc).

A realistic plan against unemployment and a law establishing a basic income.

Stoppage of all evictions, the guarantee of the fundamental right to housing and to the basic utilities of water and energy.

Universal, free and high-quality public services´.

Realistic and effective policies to ensure equal opportunities, regardless of a person’s origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, diversities or age.

A guarantee of the reimbursement of the loans made to banks and their nationalization along with the nationalization of all strategic companies and sectors.

A fiscal policy whereby those that have more, pay more and public social expenditure is guaranteed above everything else.

A guarantee of the right to decide, in all spheres, as persons, workers, peoples. Because we demand real democracy.

In order to advance in the construction of unity and people’s power … we must advance in the Marches for Dignity so we can arrive in Madrid on March 22 from all cardinal points of the Spanish State!

We want to live and work with dignity in our land with our people!

To defend all that is and should be ours, struggle is the only way!

Bread, a roof, rights and dignity for all workers.

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S17: Global Solidarity for Global Justice! Stop TPP & TTIP [PT][IT][FR][ES]

S17: Global Solidarity for Global Justice! Stop TPP & TTIP

S17: Global Solidarity for Global Justice! Stop TPP & TTIP

Stop TPP & TTIP – Backroom Power Grabs for the 1%! Get Corporate Money Out of Politics!

November 30, 1999 – the people unite to say no to corporate rule at the Seattle Round of WTO talks
September 17, 2011 – Occupy Wall Street is born, joining a global wave of protest demanding popular power.
September 17, 2013 – The global 99% unite to stop TPP, TAFTA, and the global 1% agenda!
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On September 17th, 2011, we came together to Occupy Wall Street to resist the destructive impact of unchecked corporate power and greed on our quality of life.

Two years later, instead of responding to the outrage of the 99%, the megacorporations are mounting a counterattack.

Companies like American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC); Halliburton; Monsanto; Chevron; Cargill; Pfizer; Exxon Mobil; Citi; Gap, Inc.; Goldman Sachs; and Wal-mart  –  deregulation-happy banksters, union busters, polluters, human rights violators, factory farmers, outsourcers and sweatshop barons, big box killers of mom and pop retailers, GMO seed pushers, big pharma and war profiteers, have united as the US Business Coalition for TPP to launch a stealth assault on democracy itself – one that will leave our courts and elected officials virtually powerless to reign in their greed-driven attack on the 99%.

What is TPP?

Disguised as merely an international trade agreement, TPP, the Trans-Pacific Partnership is, in fact, a corporate rights agreement, designed to make corporations more powerful than national governments and to roll back generations of environmental and social progress.  TPP is being negotiated between the US, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Peru, Chile, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Singapore, Brunei Darrusalam, and Malaysia with other countries expected to join over time.  TPP negotiations are taking place behind closed doors.  The public is denied access to the negotiating texts of the agreement, but approximately 600 corporate advisers have full access and are using their influence to craft an agreement that will:

-  create a system of global corporate governance that will supersede local, state/provincial, and national law — allowing corporations to appealto unelected tribunals of trade lawyers when our laws prevent them from damaging the environment or selling unsafe products.

roll back and prevent further regulations on the financial industry designed to prevent another financial meltdown, and empower corporations to attack financial mechanisms that reinvest in the 99%, including public banks and “Robin Hood” financial transaction taxes.

offshore even more good-paying jobs to hyperexploitative sweatshops, in the process reducing organized labor’s negotiating power.

disproportionately affect communities of color – forcing migration, violating indigenous rights, exacerbating environmental racism, driving unemployment, and increasing poverty.

attack internet freedom and privacy and threaten freedom of speech

-  limit access to livesaving generic drugs and medical procedures and to kids.

increase corporate control of our food – lowering food safety standards, eliminating bans on genetically modified Frankenfoods and dangerous livestock drugs, and globalizing industrial plantations and cruel, polluting animal factory farms, while wiping out farming communities.

endanger ecosystems, wildlife, food, and water by deregulating environmentally destructive mining, oil, natural gas fracking, logging and agriculture.

TAFTA: NAFTA FOR EUROPE

The 1% intend to stop at nothing short of total global domination.  In July, negotiations began on the Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (TAFTA – also called the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)), yet another 1% attack on the public interest.  TAFTA will expand the job-killing, democracy-destroying environment contaminating, anti-democratic NAFTA/TPP model to a continent of 500 million people, with Europe’s high regulatory standards on the chopping block.
MONEY IN POLITICS: A POISONING INFLUENCE

TPP represents an about-face by President Obama, who in 2008 pledged to break with the NAFTA model and forge a US trade policy that protected workers and the environment.  Unfortunately, US Business Coalition for TPP members were among his top donors in 2012, with companies like Microsoft ($814,645), Time Warner ($442,271), and Walt Disney($369,598) ensuring that President Obama would sing a very different tune once in office.  The same corporations who back TPP and TAFTA for its potential to override democracy in their interest already exploit an out of control campaign finance system that allows corporate interests and the 1% to pull the strings of many elected officials in both major parties.  These corporations intend to use the influence they paid for to ensure that TPP and TAFTA are ratified into law.

The need for national solidarity to get corporate money out of politics has grown more and more evident.  The obscene influence that is wielded by Big Business to see that its agenda is adopted and forwarded by federal, state and local governments is the source of the laws and enforcement statutes that violate all sane rules of socioeconomic justice.  Almost-daily media reports spotlight the erosion of fair elections, fair trade, fair taxation and our heretofore inalienable civil rights corporate money by bought-and-paid for politicians.

Occupy Wall Street stands with a broad coalition of citizens and activist to bring about public campaign financing reform to diminish the influence of corporations over the democratic process, public policy initiatives and our civil rights.  On S17, we will point to TPP as an illustration of how many of our elected officials are betraying our interests in service to their campaign donors.

GLOBAL SOLDIARITY VS.  CLASS WARFARE BY THE 1%

TPP and TTIP are the latest salvo of a policy based on “the rule of the market, cutting public expenditure for social service, deregulation, privatization, and eliminating the concept of “the public good” or “community”[1].”  Around the world, from Turkey to Greece to Brazil people are rising up, taking to the streets to say YES to solidarity, YES to the commons, NO to corporate rule!  History has proven that when we join in solidarity as a global 99% movement, victory is ours!

In 1999, an unprecedented coalition of social movements converged in Seattle to shut down the World Trade Organization‘s Millenium Round talks – an earlier attempt at global domination by the 1%.  Galvanized by protesters in the streets facing riot police and tear gas, WTO negotiators representing developing countries refused to cave to pro-corporate demands from the US and Europe that would have resulted in even more desperate poverty for some of the world’s poorest people.  When the WTO met again inCancun in 2003, it was again met with massive resistance in the streets.  As a result, WTO negotiations have failed to advance significantly since 1999.  In the early 2000s, another 1% power grab, the Free Trade Area of the Americas, fell apart amidst massive popular resistance in Latin America and mass protests in Quebec City and Miami.  In 2013, a united global movement of the 99% can STOP TPP and TAFTA and roll back austerity policies and other neoliberal attacks worldwide!

AUGUST 22-30: TPP NEGOTIATIONS END & THE COUNTDOWN BEGINS

From August 22-30th, during the FINAL TPP negotiating round, we call on the global 99% to put our elected officials on notice that they have until September 17th to express their resistance to the undemocratic TPP negotiating process – or be exposed as nothing more than pawns of the 1% and corporate interests.  Activists in the United States can deliver a letter to your Senators and Representatives, calling on them to pledge to vote against Fast Track Authority for TPP and TAFTA by S17.  Fast Track is a process by which Congress votes to cede its Constitutionally mandated power over trade agreements to the White House, committing to bring trade agreements to a vote “under a procedure with mandatory deadlines, no amendment, and limited debate.”[2]  A Fast Track vote is expected in Congress this fall!

S17: THE GLOBAL 99% UNITE AGAINST TPP, TAFTA, AND CORPORATE RULE

On September 17th, 2013, our 2nd anniversary, Occupy Wall Street calls for a global day of resistance to pro-corporate “free trade” agreements

To our friends in the New York metropolitan area, we call on you to join us!  Attend our general meetings, join our working groups!

In other US cities, organize actions to warn the 99% about TPP, to thank members of Congress who have pledged to vote against Fast Track and to shame Congressional Reps who haven’t by exposing the corporate cash that is influencing them to betray the 99% (Cross-reference the member list of the US Business Coalition for TPP with your elected officials’ contributor list at http://opensecrets.org)

We call on our allies in other TPP and TAFTA nations and in nations that may join these agreements in the future to organize actions and take to the streets on S17 to say NO! to TPP, TAFTA, and corporate globalization and YES! to global justice!

And finally, we welcome the 99% in Brazil and other non-TPP/TAFTA to take to the streets to resist, deregulation, privatization, and cuts to public services!

Please visit http://tradejustice.net/s17forms to volunteer or to register an action and learn more at http://s17ows.org, to read more about TPP, TTIP, global struggles for democracy and against attacks on the commons, and the corrupting influence of money in politics, or to join our email list and learn more about our local organizing in NYC.  If you’d like to speak to someone directly, you can call (347) 676-0717 or email s17@tradejustice.net.

WITH GLOBAL SOLIDARITY WE CAN STOP TPP AND TAFTA, DEFEAT THE GLOBAL CORPORATE POWER GRAB, AND END THE CORRUPTIVE INFLUENCE OF CORPORATE MONEY ON OUR POLITICAL SYSTEM!

http://www.popularresistance.org/s17-global-solidarity-for-global-justice-stop-tpp-ttip/
http://www.citizen.org/Page.aspx?pid=6037
http://www.flushthetpp.org/

http://interoccupy.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/S17-Call-US-Version-Final.pdf

http://interoccupy.net/blog/occupy-wall-street-is-2-years-old-list-of-events-on-s17/


[1]                 Martinez, Elizabeth, and Arnoldo Garcia. “What is Neoliberalism? A Brief Definition for Activists.”Corpwatch.org. Corpwatch. Web. 22 Aug 2013. <http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=376>.

[2]    Sek, Lenore. United States. Congressional Research Service Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division. Trade Promotion Authority (Fast-Track Authority for Trade Agreements): Background and Developments in the 107th Congress. The Library of Congress, 2003. Web. <http://fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/16806.pdf>.

 

[ES]
El pasado 17 de septiembre de 2011, nos reunimos en Occupy Wall Street, para resistir al impacto destructivo de nuestra calidad de vida ante la avaricia y el poder corporativo sin control de las grandes corporaciones.
Dos años más tarde, y en vez de responder a la indignación del 99%, las megacorporaciones están llevando a cabo nuevos contragolpes.
Empresas como American Consejo Legislativo Exchange (ALEC), Halliburton, Monsanto, Chevron, Cargill, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, Citi, Gap, Inc., Goldman Sachs, y Wal-mart, los contaminadores, los violadores de los derechos humanos, los agricultores industriales, subcontratistas y barones de la explotación, grandes asesinos de los negocios tradicionales y familires, empujadores de semillas OGM, big pharma y especuladores de la guerra, se han unido como la Coalición Empresarial EE.UU. para TPP para lanzar un asalto a la democracia misma stealth – que se dejar a nuestros tribunales y funcionarios electos prácticamente impotentes para reinar en su ataque impulsado por la codicia en el 99%.

[PT]
17 de Setembro de 2011, reunimos-mos para Occupy Wall Street, para suportar o impacto destrutivo do poder corporativo desmarcado e da ganância em nossa qualidade de vida.

Dois anos depois, em vez de responder à indignação de 99%, as megacorporações estão montando um contra-ataque.
Empresas como a americana Legislativo Exchange Council (ALEC), Halliburton, Monsanto, Chevron, Cargill, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, Citi, Gap, Inc., Goldman Sachs e Wal-mart, os poluidores, estupradores de direitos industriais, dos agricultores, prestadores de serviços e os barões do agronegócio, grandes assassinos de negócios familiares humanos tradicionais, empurradores de sementes geneticamente modificadas, a Big Pharma e aproveitadores da guerra, juntaram-se como a Coalizão Empresarial EUA TPP para lançar um ataque contra a própria democracia – para deixar os nossos tribunais e funcionários eleitos virtualmente impotentes para reinar em seu ataque a ganância sobre os 99%.
[FR]
Le 17 Septembre 2011, nous nous sommes réunis à Occupy Wall Street pour résister à l’impact destructeur sur notre qualité de vie, du pouvoir et de l’avidité incontrôlée des multinationales.
Deux ans plus tard, sans tenir compte de l’indignation des 99%, les méga-corporations mènent une contre-attaque.
Des sociétés comme American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), Halliburton, Monsanto, Chevron, Cargill, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, Citi, Gap, Inc., Goldman Sachs et Wal-Mart – joyeux banksters dérégulateurs, anti-syndicalistes, pollueurs, violateurs des droits humains, fermiers industriels, sous traitants et barons de la misère, multinationales génocidaires des petites entreprises familiales, distributeurs de graines OGM, lobbys pharmaceutiques et profiteurs de guerre, forment une coalition d’entreprises états-uniennes pour le TTP, dans le but de lancer un assaut sur la démocratie même, assaut qui laissera nos tribunaux et nos élus impuissants face à cette attaque cupide sur nous autres, les 99%.
[DE]
Am 17. September 2011 sind wir zu Occupy Wall Street zusammengekommen, um der zerstörerischen Kraft mächtiger und unkontrollierbar gewordener Konzerne entgegenzuwirken, die unsere Lebensqualität einschränken. 2 Jahre später läuten diese Unternehmenskonglomerate den Gegenangriff ein, anstatt auf die Forderungen der “Empörten 99%” einzugehen. Firmen wie der American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), Halliburton; Monsanto; Chevron; Cargill; Pfizer; Exxon Mobil; Citi; Gap, Inc.; Goldman Sachs und Wal-mart, Bänker die fröhlich weiter deregulieren. gewerkschaftsfeindliche Unternehmen, Umweltverschmutzer, Menschenrechtsverletzer, Massentierhalter, die Auslagerer von Unternehmen, Ausbeuterbetriebe, große Unternehmen, die Familienbetriebe verdrängen, Hersteller genetisch veränderter Lebensmittel, große Pharmaunternehmen und Kriegsprofiteure haben sich zusammengeschlossen zu “US Business Coalition for TPP”, um einen Frontalangriff auf die Demokratie selbst zu starten – einen Krieg, der unsere Gerichte und frei gewählten Parlamente mit der Unfähigkeit zum Regieren zurücklassen wird, angetrieben von der Gier eines Angriffs auf die 99%.

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For a European Spring’ is a call for actions, strikes and demonstrations all over Europe on the 13th of March

For a European Spring

For a European Spring' is a call for actions, strikes and demonstrations all over Europe on the 13th of March

Our Democracy against their austerity!
A call for action against the EU Spring Summit

‘For a European Spring’ is a call for actions, strikes and demonstrations all over Europe on the 13th of March, and for a pan-European demonstration and creative actions in the city of Brussels on the 14th of March. It is targeted at the EU Spring Summit, where leaders from across the continent will assemble on the 14th and 15 to strengthen the European Council’s response to the crisis.

The response to date from economic and political elites in the European Union amounts to a massive attack on welfare, social rights and democracy. This has been achieved by undermining democracy, reflected in EU policies including the imposition of austerity, demands for deep cuts in social spending, attempts to weaken labour laws and the roll back of hard earned labour rights.

This course of action is dangerous, profoundly unjust, and must be reversed. While these policies are designed to rescue big banks and big business, we, the vast majority, are made to pay for the excesses of the privileged.

All over Europe struggles and strikes are happening against these unjust policies. These struggles are our struggles, and we reject the violent attempts of European states to suppress them. Now is the time for solidarity across borders and sectors, to be the force to create real democracy and social justice. We are seeking to build a society where solutions, very different to those defended by the elites and imposed by the EU, can be proposed and discussed by everybody.

We call for actions, strikes and demonstrations on the 13th March across Europe as part of a week of European resistance, with a mass mobilisation on the 14th in Brussels targeting the EU Spring Summit. We will show those in power that our growing movement will, sooner or later, be strong enough to change the course of Europe in the interest of us all.

  • Abolish all EU-austerity treaties and legislation!
  • For an ecological Transition!
  • Disarm Financial Markets!
  • Debt: Don’t owe, don’t pay!
  • Fire the Troika, not the people!

via:
http://foraeuropeanspring.org/european-spring
ES: http://madrid.tomalaplaza.net/marzo2013/

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Debt is illegitimate because it threatens democracy #13o #o13 #GLobalNoise

DON’T OWE! WON’T PAY!

From October 7th to 14th, the Global Week of Action against Debt and IFIs will be celebrated worldwide. This week’s fight was established in the World Social Forum at Nairobi in 2007, to denounce the injustice of foreign debt on peripheral states and the submission policies imposed by multilateral agencies like the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank.

Since the housing bubble burst and triggered the financial crisis, debt has become our worst nightmare and the perfect excuse for financial powers to impose the ultra-liberal reforms they have been after for some time in order to ensure a higher rate of capital transfer from low and middle class incomes to high ones.

As with the people of Latin America, Africa or Asia since the 80′s, debt has become financial power’s instrument of mass domination to also subjugate European democracies. Since the Maastricht Treaty for the adoption of the Euro, the treaties signed by our governments (such as the Euro Pact and the Financial Stability Pact) granted increasing monetary, fiscal and budgetary power to unelected bodies such as the European Commission or the European Central Bank, which is a direct usurpation of sovereignty.

The most blatant interference of these organisms in our sovereignty occurred last year with the shameful constitutional reform to prioritize debt repayment over people’s rights, without any social consultation. To make matters worse, a new blow to our fragile democracy is being prepared by the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), which will subject us to the dictates of the International Monetary Fund and its sadly famous Structural Adjustment Programmes that devastated the economies of poor countries for decades. Theft of popular sovereignty has made clear that democracy is incompatible with capitalism.

This is why we claim that debt is illegitimate. As in peripheral countries, debt has been induced by financial powers to subdue populations to their private interests. In addition, most of Spanish public debt has been subscribed to benefit a small elite in detriment of the majority. The clearest example is seen in the bank rescue, which has meant more than 215,000 million euros to the public treasury, to which we must add the 100,000 million bailout fund that the EU has made available for Spanish banks and which the State is the ultimate guarantor. Private debt becomes public debt and we are all made to pay, never benefiting from it, rather the contrary, for debt payment implies a huge drawdown of resources that ensure basic rights such as health, education, pensions or decent wages.

Therefore, from the Citizen Debt Audit Platform (PACD), we have started a citizen debt audit process to demonstrate the illegitimacy of debt, to repudiate its payment and demand civil and criminal liability for those who generated it. We call on all people to join this process and hit the streets this week, specially on the October 13th, global day of action against debt(http://www.globalnoise.net/) to defend our sovereignty and shout out loud and clear: DON’T OWE! WON’T PAY!

The activities planned for this week in different cities are available on the web: http://www.auditoriaciudadana.net, Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/AuditoriaCiudadanaDeuda and Twitter: @AuditCiudadana
via: http://acampadabcninternacional.wordpress.com/2012/10/07/pacd-manifest-global-week-of-action-against-debt-and-ifis-2012/

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European Meeting on Debt, Rights and Democracy Madrid – 01/11 #agora99

Dear all,

In order to facilitate the meeting’s organization, we should start working on three aspects:


PROGRAM GUIDE

We believe that in the actual context of restriction of, implementation of austerity measures and financial bail-outs that are deployed through the whole Europe but affect particullary the countries of the European periphery (the so-call PIIGS)  there is a growing need of meeting, coordinating and working together with other groups and collectives beyond the local and national scales.

Therefore, the intention of this encuentro is to create a space in which we can share the stories and histories of different experiences (in round tables), to generate analitical and propositional mechanisms (workshops) and coordinate possible common actions and interventions for the next months (working groups).

  • Round tables will gather around the three working-areas (debt, rights and democracy) and will consist in a check-in round of 15-minutes (aprox) followed by discussion and debate. To propose an intervention in the round tables we need to receive: title of the intervention, the person or group that is going to lead it (inlcuding webs or other information) and a summary of it (no more than 150 words). The tables will be organized by related topics with a maximum of two per axis.
  • The workshops are practical spaces with specific objectives and methodologies. To coordinate the workshops we need to know: the title of the workshop, who is going to lead it, the methodology (presumptions and objectives), the approximate length and minimun and maximun number of participants.
  • The working groups will be made on site based on the composition of the workshops and round tables. Their task will be to collect the proposals produced in the different panels and workshops. An action& coordination plan will be suggested and discussed at the general assambly on Sunday.

Desde la Plataforma Ciudadana por la Auditoria Ciudadana (PACD), hemos unido fuerzas con varios colectivos en torno al eje Deuda para construir una estrategia, dinámica y calendario común (con Florencia 10+10 en mente) y con el objetivo de construir una resistencia internacional unida frente a la agenda neoliberal.

From the Citizen Debt Audit Platform in Spain (PACD), we have worked on convergence with different groups in the Debt axis in order to be able to come up with common strategies, dynamics and calender (with Florence10+10 in mind) and the objective of building a united international resistance movement to face the neoliberal agenda.

FR: http://auditoriaciudadana.net/en/2012/10/19/debt-in-agora99-madrid/


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On September #29s we return to surround the Congress

Text read at Neptuno Square (next to the Congress of Spain) on September 29th

http://coordinadora25s.wordpress.com/2012/09/29/texto-leido-en-la-plaza-de-neptuno-a-las-20h/

 

We come back on #26s and on saturday #29s we’re surrounding the Congress again

We would like to invite you to the next mobilisation as it was agreed and called upon by action meeting of Coordinadora 25s and by the spontaneous assembly that took place during the night of 25s in Sol:
  • On wednesday 26th September : Concentration in Neptuno Square (by the parliament), 7 pm.
  • On saturaday, 29th SeptemberSurround the Congressfrom 6 pm.
New calls to action could arise in the next days, we’ll keep reporting.
We don’t have organizational capacity to arrange transport to Madrid for next Saturday, so please, contact local groups which could organize them. You can write to autobuses25s@gmail.com and we’ll publish the list of transports. We will keep you updated in this website.
This announcement was made this morning in a press conference in which we have made a balance of what happened yesterday. You can read the notes or see the video here.
1) Despite the serious incidents of yesterday, we want to convey a positive idea: the massive affluence made 25s a success. Two generations have broken the strong deal cut during the Transition [from dictatorship to democracy] and have generated a social protest without comparison in the recent history of Spain. Whatever happens from now on, 25S will be considered a fresh start.
2) While the Government had been trying to criminalize social protests and portraited the demonstration as a coup d’etat, the reality was different. As it has seen, people of all ages and conditions visualized the kidnapping of democracy, under the excuse of the economic crisis. In fact, this call has been an example of citizen’s political courage to attend despite the government’s intolerable blackmail and fear campaign.
3) In front of a deaf and blind power, we reaffirm our position of non-violent civil disobedience. We condemn the provocation and infiltration techniques that were used in yesterday’s manifestation by the police to dissolve the protest. We are the first ones to regret that the focus on the violent escenes set aside the real reason that led us to the streets, which is no other that the effective occupation of our free capacity of political decision. Before the police charged, the event was non-violent and civic. It was clear that the action did not pursue to interfere in the regular work of the Parliament. The support of some members of parliament and parliamentary groups just proves that the iniciative did not seek, as announced, to literally ocuppy the Congress, but to attract the attention to the fatal distance existing between citizens and their representatives. The damges in several public offices from Izquierda Plural (a political group whose offices are nearby the protest) proves the irrationality of a Government that tries to hide its weakness and absence of legitimacy acting in an authoritarian way.
4) This has not been just a demostration of discontent, but a political statement. It would be a big mistake if, after these events, the Government does not listen these voices and keeps disregarding the desesperation and suffering its measures are causing in the spanish population.
We are still in the streets and we have no fear.
[POR]
Voltamos no 26s e o Sábado rodearemos de novo o Congresso
Desde a assembleia da acção da Coordenadora 25 s e também desde a assembleia espontânea que teve lugar na noite do 25s no Sol convida-se a estas e próximas mobilizações:
  • Quarta-Feira 26 de Setembro: Concentração em Neptuno, 19h.
  • Sábado 29 de Setembro: Rodearemos o Congreso, a partir das 18h.
De igual modo é possível que surjam convocatórias de novas acções nos próximos dias,
seguiremos informando.
Desde Madrid não temos capacidade organizativa para gerir autocarros para vir no Sábado. Por favor, contactem com colectivos locais que o possam organizar. Podeis escrever-nos a autobuses25s@gmail.com para que publiquemos a listagem de colectivos e formas de contacto neste site.
Isto anunciou-se esta manhã numa roda de prensa na que também fizemos balanço do acontecido ontem, podes ler algumas notas ao respeito ou ver o vídeo aqui.
1) Apesar dos graves incidentes de ontem, queremos transmitir una ideia positiva: o 25s foi um êxito de afluência massiva. Duas gerações romperam o consenso de ferro da transição e geraram um protesto social sem comparação na recente história espanhola.
Aconteça o que aconteça a partir de agora, o 25s é já um ponto e à parte.
2) Acabou por ser impossível evitar excessos num cenário que tinha sido tensado e criminalizado até ao exagero e à caricatura pela Delegação do Governo. Como se mostrou, as pessoas, de todas as idades e condições, que saíram à rua não queriam dar nenhum golpe de Estado, mas sim visibilizar o sequestro da democracia que, apesar do nosso protesto, continua tendo lugar sob a desculpa da crise económica. Nesse sentido, é um facto que a convocatória tenha sido um exemplo de coragem política da cidadania face à intolerável chantagem do medo.
3) Perante um poder que é surdo e mudo, reafirmamo-nos na nossa posição de desobediência civil não violenta, assim como condenamos as estratégias de provocação e infiltração policiais que, como aparece nalguns meios, foram utilizadas na concentração de ontem para dissolver os participantes da concentração. Somos os primeiros a lamentar que o foco nas cenas violentas que ontem desgraçadamente se produziram deixe de lado a questão de fundo que nos levou à rua e que não é outra que a ocupação efectiva da nossa capacidade de decisão política. Até ao momento das cargas, a convocatória transcorreu de forma cívica e responsável e ficou manifesto que a acção não pretendia interferir no transcurso normal da Câmara. O apoio que a convocatória teve por parte de alguns deputados e grupos parlamentares evidencia assim mesmo que a convocatória não procurava, como se anunciou, “ocupar” literalmente o Congresso, mas sim chamar a atenção sobre a funesta distância que existe entre este e a cidadania. Que vários cargos públicos de Esquerda Plural que simplesmente se encontravam no passeio sofreram também a actuação desproporcionada do corpo policial demonstra a irracionalidade de um Governo que apenas acerta a esconder a sua debilidade e falta de legitimidade de forma autoritária.
4) Esta não foi uma simples manifestação de queixas, mas sim uma manifestação política. Seria um grave erro que, após estes factos, o Governo não escutasse  esta voz e continuasse a fazer caso omisso do desespero e sofrimento que está a causar a sua gestão na população espanhola.
Continuamos nas ruas sem medo.
(Grupo de Comunicação da Coordinadora25s)
[FRA]
Nous sommes revenus le 26S et Nous reviendrons samedi 29Sprochain, pour encercler le Congrès
Nous vous invitons aux prochaines mobilisations, décidées à la réunion de coordination de l’action #25S et aussi à l’assemblée spontanée qui a eu lieu dans la nuit du #25S à SOL :
  • Madrid : Mercredi 26 septembre : Rassemblement à la Place Neptuno,19H00.
  • Madrid : Samedi 29 septembre Nous encerclons le Congrès, à partir de 18H00.
Il est possible qu’il y ait  encore d’autres appels dans les prochains jours, nous continuerons à vous informer.
À Madrid nous n’avons pas la capacité d’organiser, ni de  fournir des bus pour l’arrivée de samedi. Vous êtes priés de contacter les collectifs locaux,susceptibles d’organiser des déplacements. Vous pourrez nous contacter à:  < autobuses25s@gmail.com > pour publier le listing des collectifs et contacts sur notre site web.
Cela a été annoncé ce matin dans une conférence de presse au cours de laquelle on a fait aussi un bilan de tout ce qui s’est passé hier. Vous pouvez voir quelques notes à ce sujet ou visionner la video ici.
1) Malgré les graves incidents d’hier, nous voulons transmettre une idée positive : l’affluence massive du #25S en fait un succès. Deux générations ont brisé le consensus de transition de fer et ont généré une contestation sociale sans précédent dans l’histoire espagnole. Quoi qu’il arrive désormais, le #25S est maintenant un tournant.
2) Il n’a pas été possible d’empêcher le débordement, dans un scénario detensions, et criminalisé de façon carricaturale par la Délégation du Gouvernement . Comme vous avez pu le voir, les personnes de tous âgeset conditions, présentes dans les rues, ne voulaient en aucun cas un coup d’état, mais éclairer le fait que la confiscation (étatique) de la démocratiecontinue, prenant la crise économique comme prétexte.  L’appel a été un modèle de courage politique des citoyens, face au chantage intolérable de la peur.
3) Face au pouvoir, sourd et aveugle, nous réaffirmons notre position non-violente de désobéissance civile et nous condamnons les stratégies de provocation et d’infiltration de la police visant à disperser les participants durassemblement d’hier (voir les vidéos et reportages). Nous sommes les premiers à regretter que l’attention portée aux scènes violentes, qui se sont  malheureusement produites hier, ait occulté la raison principale qui nous a fait prendre la rue et qui n’est autre que l’occupation réelle de notre capacité à prendre des décisions politiques. Avant les charges policières, le rassemblement se déroulait de manière civique et responsable et il estévident que les actions n’essayaient pas de troubler le cours normal du Congrès. Le soutien à notre appel, par quelques députés et groupes parlementaires, met en évidence que cette initiative ne cherchait pas, comme cela a été publié, à ”occuper” réellement le Congrès, mais à attirerl’attention sur le triste fossé qu’il y a entre les membres du Congès et lesCitoyens. Certains membres du groupe ”Izquierda Plural”, qui se trouvaientsimplement  sur le trottoir, ont souffert aussi de l’action disproportionnée de la police. Tout ceci démontre l’irrationnalité d’un Gouvernement quiveut cacher sa faiblesse et son manque de légitimité d’une façon autoritaire.
  4) Ce rassemblement n’a pas été simplement une manifestation de plaintes, mais une véritable manifestation politique.  Ce serait une grave erreur que le Gouvernement n’écoute pas nos voix, en continuant à mépriser le désespoir et la souffrance que cause sa gestion à toute la population espagnole.
Nous resterons dans la rue, sans peur !
(Groupe de Communication de la Coordination 25S)
[ITA]
Torneremo  il 26s e il sabato circonderemo di nuovo il Congresso
Dalla assemblea di azione della Coordinadore 25s e anche dall’assemblea spontanea che ebbe luogo nella notte del 25s al “Sol” vi invitiamo alle prossime mobilitizzazioni:
  • Mercoledì      26 settembre: Raduno al “Neptuno” ore 19
  • Sabato      29 settemre: circondiamo il Congresso, a partire dalle ore 18

 

Inoltre è possibile che vengano indette riunioni per nuove azioni nei prossimi giorni, vi terremo informati.
Da Madrid non abbiamo capacità organizzativa per gestire autobus per arrivare il sabato.
Perfavore, contattate i collettivi locali che possono organizzare (il trasferimento).
Potete scriverci a autobuses25s@gmail.com qui pubblicheremo la lista dei collettivi e i modi di contatto con questa pagina.
è stato annunciato questa mattina in una conferenza stampa nella quale si è anche tenuto un bilancio di quanto è successo ieri, è possibile leggere alcune note su di esso o guardare il video qui.
1)  Nonostante i gravi incidenti di ieri, vogliamo trasmettere un’idea positiva: il 25s  è stato un successo di afflusso massiccio. Due generazioni hanno rotto il consenso e hanno dato vita ad una protesta sociale senza precedenti nella recente storia spagnola. Qualunque cosa accada da ora in poi, il 25s è ormai un punto fermo.
2) Non è stato possibile evitare disordini in uno scenario che era stato intesito e criminalizzato con esagerazione e caricatura dagli Organi di Governo. Come si vede, le persone di ogni età e condizione, che sono scesi in piazza non hanno voluto fare nessun colpo di stato, ma rendere noto  il sequestro della democrazia che, nonostante le nostre proteste, continua a svolgersi con la scusa della crisi economica. In questo senso, è un dato di fatto che l’appello (alle persone) è stato un esempio di coraggio politico dei cittadini di fronte all’intollerabile ricatto della paura.
3) Di fronte a un potere che è sordo e cieco, riaffermiamo la nostra posizione di disobbedienza civile  non-violenta e condannaiamo le strategie di provocazione e l’infiltrazione della polizia come riportato in alcuni mezzi di comunicazione, che sono stati utilizzati per il corteo di ieri per disperdere la concentrazione dei partecipanti. Siamo i primi a lamentarsi che l’attenzione alle scene di violenza che si sono verificate ieri, purtroppo, hanno messo da parte la questione di fondo che ci ha fatti scendere in strada e che non è altro che l’occupazione di fatto della nostra capacità decisionale politica. Fino al momento delle cariche, il corteo  è andato in modo civile e responsabile ed è stato dimostrato che l’azione non era destinata ad interferire con il normale svolgimento della Camera (Parlamento).
Il supporto che il corteo ha avuto da parte di alcuni parlamentari e di alcunigruppi parlamentari è anche la prova che l’iniziativa non ha cercato, come annunciato , “di occupare”, letteralmente il Congresso, ma vuole riportare l’attenzione sul divario incredibile che esiste tra il Parlamento stesso  e la cittadinanza.
Che diverse cariche di governo di Izquierda Plural, che semplicemente si trovavano sul marciapiede, subirono le azioni sproporzionate della polizia mostra l’irrazionalità di un governo che riesce solo a nascondere la sua debolezza e la mancanza di legittimità di forma autoritaria.
4) Questo non è stata semplicemente una manifestazione di denunce, ma una manifestazione politica. Sarebbe un grave errore, dopo questi eventi, che il governo non ascolti questa voce e continuasse ad ignorare la disperazione e la sofferenza che sta causando la loro gestione del popolo spagnolo.
Continuiamo nelle strade senza paura.
(Grupo de Comunicación de Coordinadora25s)
[GRE]
Επιστρέφουμε στις 26 Σεπτεμβρίου και το Σάββατο θα περικυκλώσουμε πάλι
Η συνέλευση δράσης του συντονιστικού 25s καθώς και η αυθόρμητη συνέλευση που έγινε τη νύχτα της 25ης Σεπτεμβρίου, καλούν στις ακόλουθες κινητοποιήσεις:
  • Τετάρτη 26 Σεπτεμβρίου : Συγκέντρωση στην Πλατεία Neptuno, στις 19:00.
  • Σάββατο 29 Σεπτεμβρίου: Περικυκλώνουμε το Κονγκρέσο από τις 18:00.

 

Επίσης, είναι πιθανό να προκείψουν καλέσματα  για νέες δράσεις τις επόμενες μέρες. Θα συνεχίσουμε να ενημερώνουμε.
Από τη Μαδρίτη δεν έχουμε την οργανωτική δυνατότητα για να κλείσουμε λεωφορεία για το Σάββατο. Παρακαλούμε, επικοινωνήστε με τοπικές συλλογικότητες για να το οργανώσουν. Μπορείτε να μας γράψετε στο autobuses25s@gmail.com για να δημοσιεύσουμε σε αυτή τη σελίδα τη λίστα συλλογικοτήτων και τις φόρμες επικοινωνίας.
Αυτό ανακοινώθηκε σήμερα το πρωί σε μία συνέντευξη Τύπου, όπου επίσης έγινε απολογισμός των χθεσινών γεγονότων. Μπορείς να βρεις σχετικές σημειώσεις ή να δεις το βίντεο εδώ.
1) Παρά τα σοβαρά χθεσινά γεγονότα, θέλουμε να μεταδόσουμε μια θετική ιδέα: Η 25η Σεπτεμβρίου ήταν μία επιτυχία με μεγάλη προσέλευση κόσμου. Δύο γενιές μετά τη μετάβαση [από τη δικτατορία στη Δημοκρατία]  γεννήθηκε μία κοινωνική διαμαρτυρία χωρίς προηγούμενο στην σύγχρονη Ισπανική ιστορία. Ό,τι και να συμβεί από εδώ και πέρα, η 15η Σεπτεμβρίου θα αποτελεί σημείο αναφοράς.
2) Η Κυβέρνηση προσπάθησε να ποινικοποιήσει τους κοινωνικούς αγώνες και κατηγόρησε τους οργανωτές για συνωμοσία πραξικοπήματος. Όμως στην πραγματικότητα, άτομα κάθε ηλικίας και κατάστασης βγήκαν απλά στο δρόμο για να καταδείξουν την “απαγωγή της δημοκρατίας” που παρά την διαμαρτυρία μας εξακολουθεί να πραγματοποιείται , με δικαιολογία την οικονομική κρίση. Υπο αυτή την έννοια, είναι γεγονός ότι αυτή η συγκέντρωη αποτέλεσε παράδειγμα πολιτικού θάρρους των πολιτών, απέναντι στον απαράδεκτο εκβιασμό του φόβου.
3) Μπροστά σε μία τυφλή και κουφή εξουσία, επιβεβαιώνουμε εκ νέου τη θέση μας για μη-βίαιη πολιτική ανυπακοή. Επίσης καταδικάζουμε τις προκλητικές και προβοκατόρικες τακτικές της αστυνομίας, που όπως φαίνεται σε ορισμένα μέσα, χρησιμοποιήθηκαν στην χθεσινή συγκέντρωση για να διαλύσουν τους διαδηλωτές. Είμαστε οι πρώτοι που λυπηθήκαμε όταν οι βίαιες σκηνές που διαδραματίστηκαν, παραμέρισαν τη βασική αιτία που μας έβγαλε στο δρόμο: την ανάπτυξη της ικανότητάς λήψης πολιτικών αποφάσεων. Μέχρι τη στιγμή των επιθέσεων της αστυνομίας, η διαδήλωση εκτυλισσόταν ειρηνικά και πολιτισμένα και ήταν φανερό ότι δεν επιδίωκε να παρέμβει στη λειτουργία του Κοινοβουλίου. Άλλωστε, η στήριξη εκ μέρους κάποιων βουλευτών και βουλευτικών ομάδων αποδεικνύει ότι η πρωτοβουλία δεν επιδίωκε κυριολεκτικά να “καταλάβει” το Κονγκρέσο, όπως ανακοινώθηκε, αλλά να τραβήξει την προσοχή στο χάσμα που το χωρίζει απ’ τους πολήτες. Το γεγονός ότι στελέχη της “Izquierda Plural” (αριστεράς) που απλά βρίσκονταν στο πεζοδρόμιο δέχτηκαν επίσης τη δυσανάλογη βία των αστυνομικών δυνάμεων, δείχνει τον παραλογισμό μιας Κυβέρνησης που προσπαθεί να κρύψει την αδυναμία και την έλλειψη νομιμότητάς με αυταρχικό τρόπο.
4) Αυτή δεν ήταν μια απλή διαδήλωση διαμαρτυρίας, αλλά μια πολιτική διαδήλωση. Θα ήταν μεγάλο λάθος για την Κυβέρνηση, αν μετά τα γεγονότα, συνέχιζε να αγνoεί τη φωνή της απελπισίας και δυστυχίας που η ίδια προκαλεί στον ισπανικό λαό.
[ESP]
Desde la asamblea de acción de la Coordinadora 25s y también desde la asamblea espontánea que tuvo lugar en la noche del 25s en Sol se invita a estás próximas movilizaciones:
  • Miércoles 26 de septiembre: Concentración en Neptuno, 19h.
  • Sábado 29 de septiembre: Rodeamos el Congreso, a partir de las 18h.
Asimismo, es posible que surjan convocatorias de nuevas acciones en los próximas días, seguiremos informando.
Desde Madrid no tenemos capacidad organizativa para gestionar autobuses para venir el sábado. Por favor, contactad con colectivos locales que puedan organizarlo. Podéis escribirnos a autobuses25s@gmail.com para que publiquemos el listado de colectivos y formas de contacto en esta web.
Esto se ha anunciado esta mañana en una rueda de prensa en la que también hemos hecho balance de lo sucedido ayer, puedes leer algunas notas al respecto o ver el vídeo aquí.
1) A pesar de los graves incidentes de ayer, queremos transmitir una idea positiva: el 25s ha sido un éxito de afluencia masiva. Dos generaciones han roto el consenso de hierro de la transición y generado una protesta social sin comparación en la reciente historia española. Pase lo que pase a partir de ahora, el 25s es ya un punto y aparte.
2) Ha resultado imposible evitar el desborde un escenario que había sido crispado y criminalizado hasta la exageración y la caricatura por la Delegación de Gobierno. Como se ha mostrado, las personas, de toda edad y condición, que han salido a la calle no querían dar ningún golpe de Estado, sino visibilizar el secuestro de la democracia que, a pesar de nuestra protesta, sigue teniendo lugar bajo la excusa de la crisis económica. En este sentido, es un hecho que la convocatoria ha sido un ejemplo de coraje político de la ciudadanía frente al intolerable chantaje del miedo.
3) Ante un poder que es sordo y ciego, nos reafirmamos en nuestra posición de desobediencia civil no violenta, así como condenamos las estrategias de provocación y de infiltración policiales que, como aparecen en algunos medios, fueron utilizadas en la concentración de ayer para disolver a los participantes de la concentración. Somos los primeros en lamentar que el foco en las escenas violentas que ayer desgraciadamente se produjeron deje de lado la cuestión de fondo que nos sacó a la calle y que no es otra que la ocupación efectiva de nuestra capacidad de decisión política. Hasta el momento de las cargas, la convocatoria transcurrió de forma cívica y responsable y ha quedado de manifiesto que la acción no perseguía interferir el transcurso normal de la Cámara. El apoyo que la convocatoria ha tenido por parte de algunos diputados y grupos parlamentarios evidencia asimismo que la iniciativa no buscaba, como se anunció, “ocupar” literalmente el Congreso, sino llamar la atención sobre la funesta distancia que existe entre este y la ciudadanía. Que varios cargos públicos de Izquierda Plural que simplemente se encontraban en la acera sufrieran también la actuación desproporcionada del cuerpo policial muestra la irracionalidad de un Gobierno que solo acierta a esconder su debilidad y falta de legitimidad de forma autoritaria.
4) Esta no ha sido una simple manifestación de quejas, sino una manifestación política. Sería un grave error que, tras estos hechos, el Gobierno no escuchara esta voz y siguiera haciendo caso omiso a la desesperación y sufrimiento que está causando su gestión en la población española.
Seguimos en las calles y sin miedo.
(Grupo de Comunicación de la Coordinadora 25s)
http://coordinadora25s.wordpress.com/ 
[DE]
 Zurück zu den 26s zu kommen,  am Samstag den  29 s umkreisen wir wieder der Kongress.
Wir möchten Dich einladen zur nächsten Bewegung, wie beim Coordinadora25s Meeting und bei der spontanen Versammlung in der Nacht am 25s beschlossen wurde.
Neue  Aktionen werden in den nächsten Tagen bekannt gegeben.
Wir haben am Samstag  kein Transport  Möglichkeiten um  nach Madrid  zu kommen . Bitte konntaktiere lokale Gruppen. Du kannst eine E-Mail an  autobuses25s@gmail.com schreiben mit deinen Transportmöglichkeiten. Wir veröffentlichen diese dann auf unserer Webseite.
Diese Bekanntmachung wurde diesen Morgen erstellt. Eine Zusammenfassung mit den gestrigen Geschehnissen ist angehangen. Alternativ gibt es auch ein Video.
Publicado en General        | 12 RespuestasNotas tras los hechos del 25sDESTACADO
Publicado el 26/09/2012 por coordinadora25s
1)Trotz der         schweren Zwischenfälle gestern wollen wir eine positive Idee         vermitteln: Der massive Andrang machte den 25s zu einem Erfolg. Was         auch immer jetzt kommen wird, der 25s ist ein Neuanfang.
2)Wärend         die Regierung versucht die Proteste zu kriminalisieren und die         Dämonstrationen als Staatsstreich darzustellen, weicht die Realität         davon ab. Menschen jeden alters und verschiedenster Hintergründe         haben das Kidnapping der Demokratie, dass mit der Entschuldigung der         Wirtschaftskrise ausgeführt         wurde, aufgezeigt. Das war ein Beispiel vom Bürgerlichen Mut, trotz         der unerträglichen Erpressung und der Angst-Kampagne.

(Grupo de Comunicación de la Coordinadora 25s)
http://coordinadora25s.wordpress.com/ 

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#Watch25s The Spanish Congress #25s

Schedule, 12h: Welcome 2pm: Lunch. 4pm: Informative talks on the action 5.30pm: Marches to Sol and Cibeles 6pm: Surrounded the Congress
What: 
Do you know why the #25s the Spanish Congress will be surrounded by people?
Twitter: HT internacional #Watch25S and #25s

Source: coordinadora25S

Next September 25th we will surround the Spanish Congress to rescue it from a kidnapping that has turn this institution into a powerless one. A kidnapping of popular sovereingty perpetrated by the Troika and the financial markets, and executed under the blind eye or the cooperation of most of the political parties. Parties that have betrayed their election programs, their voters and all the citizens, not fulfilling their promises and contributing to their progressive impoverishment.

We surround the Spanish Congress after more than a year of intense mobilizations through all social networks, having realized that democracy is not possible when those institutions that claim to be its representatives move themselves by interests that are not those of the majority. Because we have nothing at all to discuss with the powers-to-be that have systematically proved to be blind, deaf and mute when confronted with concrete, fair and just equality and social justice demands. We surround it to rescue politics from an unsustainable and leeching economic règime, such as it is Capitalism.

We surround the Spanish Congress because we want to step forward to social mobilization, placing the focus on the recovery of citizen’s sovereignty and power. This is, democracy. We’ve grown many struggle structures, spaces for sharing and discussing both on the Internet and the public squares, at the neighborhoods and workplaces, and we’ve achieved iniciatives that we want to continue developing on a grassroots base, with no false shortcuts and step by step. Because we believe that the time for a few deciding for the rest is long gone; because opposed to those that want to steal our future, we have the means and collective intelligence to decide and build the society we want; because we need no false brokers, but resources and collective tools that actively encourage the political involvement of everybody in the common issues.

We surround the Spanish Congress this 9/25 to tell those who allegedly command us that we’ve had enough, that we’ll not comply with their unjust dictates like paying their debt, and we’ll defend the collective rights: housing education, healthcare, labour, democratic participation, public wealth. To start a process that stripe of their inmunity those who are responsible for this crisis, to judge the gamblers that created this situation instead of rewarding them.

On September, 25, we’ll demonstrate around the Spanish Congress because we want to retake responsibility over our own future and stop accepting more impositions. To tell those who hold Democracy hostage that their time for leaving is now, and to demand the destitution of this Government as a first step, because we are here to liberate Democracy with a new constituent process. An open process of direct participation in which we determine and set in motion the necessary political institutions, participation tools and legal and political resorts that we need to guarantee that collective decisions ate fully effective. A sustained constituent process which collective definition starts, but doesn’t end, on September 25.

To rescue the Congress is to deliver an invitation to other social movements to organize and join, such as public employees fighting for public services in diverse “tides” and other equality and social justice struggles. It means our refusal to accept fear, impotence and disorientation that grow from the reduction of all politics to economics and its deadly consequences such as fascism, xenophoby, racism or sexism. And to look for a collective solution.

We invite everybody who want to join us in surrounding the Spanish Congress next September 25, to cry “enough!” and continue this path to rescue Democracy and sovereignty.
We want rights, democracy, justice and freedom for all the people.
We’ve taken so much, and we’re not afraid.
We’ll meet this 25S… and far beyond!

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Victory for Quebec students #GGi


Students and their supporters throughout the Canadian province of Quebec are celebrating the ousting of Liberal Premier Jean Charest, the promise of the withdrawal of Bill 78 and most importantly the freeze in tuition fees. This victory comes after six months of student strike involving more than 190 000 students.

Quebec students who already paid the lowest tuition fees across North America were faced with a 75% tuition fee increase. Even if the planned increase had gone ahead, Quebec students still would have pay less than in any other Canadian province. Why? Quebec students have a strong tradition of fighting for free education since the Quiet Revolution of the 1960s. And if you fight you can win!

During the six month –long strike many the demonstrations held on the 22nd of each month reached up to 500 000 protesters. However, it was the roughly180 local unions organised in CLASSE which carried the fight from day to day shutting down the Port of Montreal, ministerial meetings and nearly all classes in post-secondary education across the province.

In the face of state repression, the use of tear gas, shock grenades, the arrest of thousands of protesters, and riot police in college corridors, students didn’t buckle but instead called upon workers and the neighbourhoods to join in nightly pots and pans protests, the casseroles. Charest’s unpopular Bill 78 acted as a catalyist for the student movement to turn into a popular movement.

But student protesters were not only campaigning against tuition fees. Time again, they argued that Finance Minister Raymond Bachand’s provincial budget of 2011-2012 would cut public and accessible healthcare, hydroelectricity and education.

Over the last nine years in power the Liberals have pursued to restructure society in the interest of the rich. Tax cuts for corporations have gone hand in hand with increasing the retirement age to 67. After trade unions suffered a blow in 2005 it was announced that student fees were to increase. As the ‘sacred cows of Quebecoise society’ came under attack students engaged in a ‘general strike’, causing significant economic damage to the provincial government. This meant that the elections were a referendum on the student movement and dominated by two topics: tuition fees and student debt.

With full privatisation looming, students did not want to see a repeat of their 2005 strike, which saw them go back to class empty-handed. Students have learnt some important lessons. They are organising on a departmental/faculty basis, which has strengthened the overall organisation of the strike. This has also helped them to hold their unions and executives to account.

The high point of the ‘Quebec Spring’ has been the 350,000-strong demonstration in Montreal on May 22. Following the biggest student demonstration ever, students called for a week of economic disruptions, bringing inner cities’ traffic to a standstill while also mobilising 30,000 parents in support of the students’ demands. The two largest public sector unions also called their membership on to the streets for the mobilisation.

The looming summer break did not succeed in breaking the strike either. Instead students continued to carry their message into the streets and to the election rallies.

While the mainstream media continuously claimed that the liberal government had “extended a hand” by offering students an “increased bursary and loan programs”, the government was intent on breaking the movement time again. Premier Jean Charest said: “The decision has been made and we will not back down”. This only strengthened the determination of student strikers, and led them to forge new alliances. Students organised solidarity with locked-out Rio Tinto Alcan workers and with hundreds of Aveos employees who recently lost their jobs.

Protests also saw environmentalists and students come out together. They stormed the top floor of a conference centre in which Charest was to unveil further details of his ‘Plan Nord’, a mining plan which will see a 1.2-million-square kilometre stretch of indigenous land be sold off to big business.

At the same time, other students stormed a meeting of the federal Immigration minister Jason Kenney, best known for his anti-gay and anti-immigration stances.

This display of resistance has inspired activists far beyond the provincial borders of Quebec. The question is whether the newly elected nationalist government will stick to its promises and whether students will continue to be part of the fight for a different kind of society. Another Quebec is possible! Another world is possible!

by Mark Bergfeld

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Over 60 Protests to Target Frankenfood Corporations on #OWS Anniversary #occupyMonsanto #GMO

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An expanding network of concerned individuals known as Occupy Monsanto has emerged over the past 8 months staging numerous protests at companies connected to the global trade of genetically engineered foods, also known as GMOs. The network announced today that on September 17, 2012 protests will begin for an entire week in St. Louis, home of the Monsanto Corporation, and across the US including California where voters will decide if they will label GMOs this election and worldwide in Argentina, Canada, Germany, India, Philippines, and other countries where concern over GMO impact on the environment and human health is growing.

The protests will vary in size and nature but are unified in pushing back GMO food into the lab from which it came. An interactive map with times, dates and locations of the 60+ protests can be found at http://occupy-monsanto.com/genetic-crimes-unit/.

Occupy Monsanto means to confront the industrial agriculture system head-on. Some protests could result in widespread arrests of people who choose to engage in non-violent civil disobedience. Despite the peaceful nature of these planned protests, organizers are concerned about surveillance of Occupy-Monsanto.com by the US Department of Homeland Security and law enforcement agencies worldwide. Nevertheless Occupy Monsanto protests will feature costumes made of bio-hazmat protective gear that can also protect against pepper spray from police who have routinely attacked occupy protests in the past year.

“There is something wrong when a chemical manufacturer, the same company who made Agent Orange, controls the US food supply,” says Jaye Crawford, a member of the Genetic Crimes Unit in Atlanta, Georgia that has planned a week of events. Info: http://occupy-monsanto.com/atlanta-gcu-schedule-of-events/.

“Wall Street and the American political elite have underestimated and even ignored our potential to effect rational policy change on GMOs which would include labeling for GMOs and restrictions on GMO cultivation,” says Gene Etic an anti-GMO campaigner based in Washington, DC. “If Occupy Monsanto’s anti-GMO actions are successful, after September 17 the media and increasingly more voters will ask tough questions about these experimental GMO crops especially within the context of the Presidential election, as that office holds the power to determine American food policy,” says Etic.

“People are stirred by the evidence that GMO foods compromise human health,” says Rica Madrid, a member of the Genetic Crime Unit of Occupy Monsanto. “Politicians and their sponsoring corporations ignore public outcry over GMOs to protect huge profits over health. Since GMOs’ introduction to the food supply in the mid 1990’s, food allergies have expanded according to Center for Disease Control data,” says Madrid.

“By purchasing influence via massive campaign donations, Monsanto ensures the essential duties of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are neglected. One example of this corporate coup is President Obama’s appointment of Michael Taylor, former Monsanto Vice-President and legal council for the chemical company, to head the FDA’s food safety efforts despite his obvious conflict of interest,” says Ariel Vegosen, a member of the Genetic Crimes Unit. She adds, “Monsanto is the biggest maker of genetically engineered crops so it must be stopped before it is too late to shift to healthy organic agriculture practices as a result of widespread genetic contamination by GMOs. ‘Coexistence’ as defined by the USDA of Organic and GMO crops is a myth.”

“At the US State Department it’s apparent Monsanto has duped leaders in Africa to ask the US for foreign aid in the form of GMO technology and equipment,” says Monsanto shareholder Adam Eidinger who last year walked from New York to the White House in Washington, DC with hundreds of other food activists to demand labeling of GMO foods. “The generous use of US tax dollars, endorsed by the likes of rock-star Bono and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a former legal council for Monsanto, is actually another taxpayer funded subsidy for Monsanto’s pesticide and herbicide hungry crops.”

Occupy Monsanto will be heard at the offices and facilities linked in the GMO food system. In St. Louis a major anti-GMO conference will take place in the same location as the ’12th International Symposium on GMO Safety.’ A lead organizer of the conference is Barbara Chicherio who believes, “Monsanto’s push to control agriculture and what people are eating poses a great threat not only to consumers in the US, but to farmers and communities throughout Latin America, Africa and Asia.” Info on the conference is at http://gmofreemidwest.org/.

Media may arrange interviews with Occupy-Monsanto.com by contacting Adam Eidinger at 202-744-2671 or write to gmo@Occupy-Monsanto.com Visit http://Occupy-Monsanto.com for more information and to see video and photos of protests from earlier this year. All images and video are available for free and unrestricted use by members of the media.

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Almeria https://www.facebook.com/events/424657734236621/
Madrid: https://www.facebook.com/events/277787875665530
Valencia: https://www.facebook.com/events/365941353485898/ El comienzo de las manifestaciones coincide con el aniversario del movimiento social Ocupa Wall Street, que surgió en 2011 exigiendo durante sus acampadas justicia social y económica en EE.UU. El principal escenario de las protestas será la ciudad de San Luis (Misuri) donde se encuentra la sede de Monsanto Corporation. En la página oficial del evento se confirma la participación de otras 60 ciudades más en Argentina, Alemania, Canadá, Filipinas y otros muchos países. El objetivo de los activistas de Ocupa Monsanto es hacer que los productos modificados genéticamente “regresen a los laboratorios”, según establece una nota del sitio del movimiento. “La gente está preocupada por la evidencia de que los alimentos transgénicos afectan a la salud humana”, dice Rica Madrid, de Ocupa Monsanto. Pero “los políticos y las empresas ignoran la protesta pública contra los productos con modificaciones genéticas para proteger sus grandes beneficios”, añade. “Hay algo raro en que el mismo productor de químicos que creó el ‘agente naranja’ controle ahora el suministro de alimentos”, sostiene la ecologista Jaye Crawford. Con estas palabras Crawford se refiere al producto empleado durante la Guerra de Vietnam (1964-1975), en la que el Ejército estadounidense contaminó con esa sustancia tóxica a millones de personas y grandes extensiones de tierras.

Documentos de trabajo y contactos con localidades españolas:
https://pad.riseup.net/p/stopmonsanto-ES
- Mail de contacto: stopmonsantoes@gmail.com
- Blog: http://monsantostop.wordpress.com/
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/Stop_Monsanto
- Mapa Monsanto Spain: http://goo.gl/maps/Q8mhl

[ES] http://monsantostop.wordpress.com/occupy-monsanto-17s/
[EN] http://www.occupymonsanto360.org/
[EN] http://occupy-monsanto.com/genetic-crimes-unit/
[EN] http://takethesquare.net/2012/09/04/over-60-protests-to-target-frankenfood-corporations-on-ows-anniversary-occupymonsanto/
[EN]  http://s17nyc.org/2012/09/11/madrid-stopmonsanto-17s-occupymonsanto/

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#YoSoy 132 against media manipulation in Mexico #cercotelevisa

Link to the Twitter campaign: http://wp.me/p2C384-t

#YoSoy132* calls for a peaceful demonstration on Friday July 27th as part of agenda in the struggle for the democratization of the media. A symbolic blockade and closure of TV-station facilities will take place at Televisa Chapultepec.

This will be an act to speak against the manipulation of the media and the unfair support Televisa has given to the PRI candidate, Enrique Peña Nieto, in order to impose him as president of Mexico. Furthermore, recent allegations of drug-trafficking money laundry against worldwide bank HSBC has aroused previous accusations that links Enrique Peña Nieto with vote buying and money laundry trough the company Monex (http://is.gd/Kljmap). This investigation has not received the deserved attention by the mainstream media in Mexico.

 

UPDATE (July, 27th 8:30am): After more than 12 hours of Pacific Blockade thousands are still outside Televisa, showing one more time our sincere hunger for democratic media. All the protest has develop in peace and any problems has been reported.

 

Under the slogan: “Nobody gets in, everybody can get out”, #YoSoy 132 calls for a Pacific Demonstration, taking into consideration the importance and legitimacy of culture as a form of resistance, protest, and denunciation.

Sincerely

#YoSoy132Internacional

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