Διεθνές κάλεσμα για εκδηλώσεις αλληλεγγύης στις 17 Νοεμβρίου: Επιστροφή στη Γένοβα

Μια πρόχειρη μετάφραση τους καλέσματος για εκδηλώσεις και διαδηλώσεις αλληλεγγύης στους 25 διωκόμενους για τα συγκρουσιακά γεγονότα στη Γένοβα 2001 κατά τη διάρκεια του G8. Μέχρι τις 30 Οκτώβρη εκδηλώσεις είχαν κανονιστεί σε διάφορες πόλεις της Ιταλίας αλλά και στην Ισπανία, στη Γερμανία, στη Βρετανία και σε άλλες χώρες.

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Διαδηλώσεις, δράσεις και πρωτοβουλίες έχουν οριστεί για τις 17 Νοέμβρη σε Ιταλία, Ισπανία, Γερμανία και Βρετανία και άλλες χώρες. Οργή και ντροπή θα κυκλώσουν τις Ιταλικές πρεσβείες.


Επιστροφή στη Γένοβα


- Καλούμε όλους όσους και όσες βρίσκονταν στη Γένοβα στις 19, 20 & 21 Ιούλη του 2001.

- Απευθυνόμαστε σε όλους όσους μάχονται ενάντια στον πόλεμο, την εργασιακή αβεβαιότητα, την καταστροφή του περιβάλλοντος και των κοινών αγαθών.

- Σε όλους όσους μάχονται ενάντια στην εκμετάλλευση μέσα στα πανεπιστήμια, στους εργασιακούς χώρους και στις γειτονιές.

- Σε εκείνους που αγωνίζονται ενάντια στα κέντρα κράτησης μεταναστών.

- Σε αυτούς που δεν εγκατέλειψαν ποτέ το όνειρο για ένα διαφορετικό κόσμο.


Οι δημόσιοι κατήγοροι
Canepa και Canciani πρότειναν ποινές φυλάκισης 224 ετών για 25 διαδηλωτές για τη συμμετοχή τους στις διαδηλώσεις ενάντια στους G8 εκείνες τις μέρες του Ιούλη 2001.


Αυτή η πρόταση τους αποδεικνύει ξεκάθαρα το είδος της δικαιοσύνης που προσπαθούν να επιβάλλουν. Τη δικαιοσύνη που πάντοτε αθωώνει τους εξουσιαστικούς μηχανισμούς και το κεφάλαιο για τα εγκλήματα τους και στρέφεται με βία, φυλακίσεις και θανάτους ενάντια σε όποιον αποφασίσει να αντιδράσει όπως και στην περίπτωση του Carlo Giuliani.


Είναι αδύνατο να δεχτούμε την ποινικοποίηση της αντίστασης. Ο πραγματικός στόχος αυτής της δίκης είναι να ξαναγράψει την ιστορία από την αρχή και να τη διαστρεβλώσει ως ένα μελανό σημείο της ιστορίας.


Η ιστορία μας μιλάει για τη δύναμη να αντιμετωπίσουμε του ηγεμόνες του G8 που αποφασίζουν πολέμους και σφαγές. Μιλάει για την ανυπακοή σε άδικους νόμους, ενάντια στην απαγόρευση της έκφρασης της διαφορετικότητας, όπως τότε που η Γένοβα μετατράπηκε σε μια τεράστια στρατιωτική ζώνη.


Αυτή η ιστορία που οι δημόσιοι κατήγοροι προσπαθούν να θάψουν με ποινές φυλάκισης 2 αιώνων αναφέρεται στους αστυνομικούς βασανισμούς στο Bolzaneto, τις επιθέσεις και τους ξυλοδαρμούς διαδηλωτών στους δρόμους της Γένοβας και στο μακελειό στο σχολείο Diaz.

It talks about the only chief of the police, the one who commanded all the operations in Genoa, ever promoted directly member of the government in the history of this country.
We appeal to everybody because the actual aim of this trail is to hit today's and toorrow's movements. The state's revenge that risks to fall on the 25 defendants is also the attempt to close definitively the space for the dissent and the direct democracy often opposed to the false one of the palace.

We, the first signers of the appeal “Noi, quelli di Via Tolemaide”, propose to everybody to come back to Genoa the day 17th of November, to claim together that the truth can't be erased, neither with the violence nor with the imprisonment. To shout that we want freedom for those who are paying for our collective guilt of rebelling against the injustice. We ask everybody to rally in order to fill those streets that the power is trying to keep empty and silent with the terror. We ask those who were not in Genoa to come because the future is what we build now.

To those who were in Genoa and now hold institutional and parties' offices we ask to guarantee trains for who wants to demonstrate and that the stations will be not militarized. We invite everybody to the great demonstration that will claim that to disobey to this present world is right, that the right to resist which was exerted in Genoa is natural and inviolable, that all the defendants must be set free from this political trail carried on against the movements.

We'll move from the Community of San Benedetto al Porto at 3 pm on Saturday the 17th of November to get to Piazza De Ferrari, the place where the G8 had their bloody summit.

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από Tar 16/11/2007 4:47 πμ.


The call out that follows was made public Saturday, October 20th in Genoa, at the Zingari Theater of the San Benedetto al Porto Community, during a public meeting with Porota and Cela delle Madri di Plaza de Majo.
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Its true. There’s a story of struggle, of social movements, of people, and a story of power. There is no doubt about this, and Genoa confirms it. History is often written by the courts. The Public Ministers who have accused 25 demonstrators of devastation and pillaging and who keep, for now, hundreds of open cases against just as many participants in the demonstrations against the G8 in their desks, synthesizing the prosecutor’s practices well. Rewriting, modifying, twisting that which happened attempting to change not only the sense, but also to remove those anomalies that represent a tangible sign of the crisis of a system. Rewriting history for their own use and consume, in fact, isn’t merely an old vice of those who command: it’s also the measurement of how much this democracy in profound and irreversible crisis in its every articulation, has the necessity of artificially creating around itself that legitimization that no longer exists. The deafening words, chosen with care by this or that state servant, pronounced in the Court halls, should cover that which hundreds of thousands of people lived, and that millions already know. Those words will become official history when they’re written black on white at the bottom to condemn to years of prison who had the misfortune of having been chosen as a scape goat, and the fault of having been in Genoa on the 19th, 20th, and 21st of July to protest the G8.

The archiving of the homicide of Carlo Giuliani was the first chapter of the story of Genoa, written by the power of the courts. [ continue ]

We make our call out to all, individuals and collectives, to construct the initiatives that are necessary together with us. So all the activists on trail in Genoa are free, so the history of power is not an obstacle everyone’s path, those that were and those that will be, towards liberty. With Carlo in our hearts.

To sign:
viatolemaide@globalproject.info
List of adhesions.
Genova G8 - We are history - www.supportolegale.org


We are history - a call to mobilization for november 17th 2007

It's been years we have asked everybody to take responsibility as
collectively as possible for what the mobilizations against G8 in Genoa
were.

The arrogance of Genoa prosecutors during the final speech of their
accusation in the court case against 25 protestors accused of devastation
and sacking seems to have eventually aroused the hearts and brains of
300000 people that in Genoa opposed themselves to the politics of the G8.
We think this is not the time for childish hairsplittings and sectarism.

What we need now is a mass demo and an unconditioned participation to all
those events that will try to make pressure on courts and justice to avoid
a conclusion in the court case along the prosecutors desires.
This is the reason why we hope everybody will answer the call for
mobilizations, with intellligence and the will to reclaim what those long
lost days of july 20th and 21st 2001 represented for us all.

We are history

A call to mobilizing for november 17th, 2007

"We are history" is not a catchphrase. It's a specific approach to the
point: on one side social history, on the other the history of power. The
people who sang this song over the years did it instinctively knowing to be
part of an important part of history, wether it official one or not. And
they did sing it thinking of Genoa 2001. By any means necessary.

Since July 21st 2001 the State Justice and politicians began to review the
history we all lived: those who revolted against a certain view of the
world became terrorists; those who spread terror through the streets of
Genoa became the Champions of Order and Safety.

For six long years this is what we breathed in the courtrooms, while our
collective voice was growing faint, along with a process of collective
removal that made a lot of people forget that Genoa was not only terror in
uniform, but also the strenght and energy of hundreds of thousands of
people that at least for few days thought that the world could be different
from how they have always been told.

For six long years the puppet theatre of the criminal court was all we got
instead of hearing the real voices of the people, believing that in
some way judicial truth and historical facts could meet, hoping that in
some way everything could come to an end without having few demonstrators
paying for the revenge of power all by themselves.

The public prosecutor's Canepa and Canciani bills of indictment for the
trial against the 25 demonstrators accused of devastation and sacking
finished the operation of historical revisionism that started the day after
the demonstrations against the G8 in 2001 and was ended by the
demand of 225 years of jail for the 25 demonstrators.

We think that the time has come to take back our voice, to shout that what
happened in Genoa in 2001 belongs to all of us, to mobilize with
intelligence in order to avoid that 25 people pay for something that we all
did, where we were all protagonists, none excepted.

We want to strongly launch the demo for the 17th November in Genoa, and all
the other events that aim to the reappropriation of our historical memory
and of the meaning of those days in Genoa, six years ago but still alive
for what they represented.

We would like that everybody relaunch this call without signatures, without
identities, because Genoa is not over, it's still here, and today, and it
concerns all of us and everybody has to take charge of it, without
exclusion.

Let's start with a first meeting in Genoa: 17 November 2007

WE ARE HISTORY



από Tar 16/11/2007 4:53 πμ.


Its true. There's a story of struggle, of social movements, of people, and a story of power. There is no doubt about this, and Genoa confirms it. History is often written by the courts. The Public Ministers who have accused 25 demonstrators of devastation and pillaging and who keep, for
now, hundreds of open cases against just as many participants in the demonstrations against the G8 in their desks, synthesizing the prosecutor's practices well. Rewriting, modifying, twisting that which happened attempting to change not only the sense, but also to remove those anomalies that represent a tangible sign of the crisis of a system.

Call Out – Us, Those of Tolemaide Street

Support the demonstration of Novemebr 17th

The call out that follows was made public Saturday, October 20th in Genoa,
at the Zingari Theater of the San Benedetto al Porto Community, during a
public meeting with Porota and Cela delle Madri di Plaza de Majo.

Its true. There's a story of struggle, of social movements, of people, and
a story of power. There is no doubt about this, and Genoa confirms it.
History is often written by the courts. The Public Ministers who have
accused 25 demonstrators of devastation and pillaging and who keep, for
now, hundreds of open cases against just as many participants in the
demonstrations against the G8 in their desks, synthesizing the
prosecutor's practices well. Rewriting, modifying, twisting that which
happened attempting to change not only the sense, but also to remove those
anomalies that represent a tangible sign of the crisis of a system.
Rewriting history for their own use and consume, in fact, isn't merely an
old vice of those who command: it's also the measurement of how much this
democracy in profound and irreversible crisis in its every articulation,
has the necessity of artificially creating around itself that
legitimization that no longer exists. The deafening words, chosen with
care by this or that state servant, pronounced in the Court halls, should
cover that which hundreds of thousands of people lived, and that millions
already know. Those words will become ufficial history when they're
written black on white at the bottom to condemn to years of prison who had
the misfortune of having been chosen as a scape goat, and the fault of
having been in Genoa on the 19th, 20th, and 21st of July to protest the
G8.

The archiving of the homicide of Carlo Giuliani was the first chapter of
the story of Genoa, written by the power of the courts.

Nevertheless, we would commit a grave error thinking that the question
finishes here, in a simplified way. In the prosecutor's statement of the
Public Ministers, and in the handling of the trial of Genoa, much more is
revealed than the simple confirmation of an old assumption, with which all
of the movements of struggle have had to deal with. Overall for a simple
fact: the history of power and "social" history do not move parallel, but
crash, they conflict. And it is the force with which this impact happens
that determines the result. If space is left to that which the "democratic
system", from parliament to the courts, wants to produce from Genoa, then
the result will always be favorable to the maintaining of that power. And
of closure for the social movements, those of now, and above all those
that come after.

The second grave error would be to thing that the history of the social
movements is written black on white too. That it's static, deposited,
permanent. Its not. This history is alive, in difference to the one
written by the courts, and grows, or becomes invisible, karst, crushed,
together with who lived it. After the days of Genoa, none of us, of those
that in different ways contributed in building that extraordinary
insurgence, that like all true things had to deal with tragedies too, knew
how to begin to speak again with force. Some because, after that
experience of revolt, they very simply preferred to return, or jump into,
the furrow of official politics, in parliament or in political parties.
Others because sometimes the research of social movements takes you down
new roads , difficult to experiment, ful of doubts and uncertainties. In
general we weren't able to assume the trails against some of us as a
fundamental political fact, and we therefore have all too often permitted
our history to be written by others.

But what does it mean to begin to speak again with force? We believe that
it has little to do with simply speaking, denouncing, testifying. This,
certainly, is the minimum, but as we have seen, if there isn't something
more, something that becomes the motor for everything else, even that
which is taken for granted, is swallowed up in a routine that quickly
becomes incapacity. Its an idea force that produced Genoa, not the sum of
who participated in it. And its from our idea force, that of Tolemaide
Street, that we want to contribute to put that which Genoa gave us back to
the center of discussion.

In the last days, the Public Ministers have cleared up what is the key
that the state wants to use to criminalize the movement of Genoa. The crux
of Tolemaide Street, which was the most participated march in those 3
days, is the anomaly that who rewrites history from the power's point of
view has to attack.

All the events of July 20th pivot around the multitudes of the over
twenty-thousand people on Tolemaide Street and in Carlini Stadium, and
around that which caused the police attack, everything including the
homicide of Carlo. That multitude made a precise choice. To disobey the
imposition of the Red Zone, that was the concrete symbol of all the power
exercised by the G8 in those days. But this choice was made public.
Disobedience, violating the law, had become public space and directly
constitutive for that enormous community of single and collective
subjects. Seeing what the activists of Copenhagen are doing, or what
happened in Rostock, shows the space, both physical and temporal, of how
much that choice, however renewed and enriched, has become a practice of
social movements.

To sign:
viatolemaide@globalproject.info
or
viatolemaide@sbenedetto.net

from: http://www.globalproject.info/art-13765.html

The Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici will be participating in the demonstration to be held in Genoa on 17th November, using the mobilization to denounce and protest against the latest reactionary decisions by the Italian government regarding the parliamentary inquest on the tragic events of Genoa 2001. Prosecutors in the trial of 25 people for "devastation and pillage" have demanded a total of 225 years in prison and millions of euro in compensation for their "moral complicity" in the events of 2001. Some of those on trial were also injured by the State forces either at the Diaz school or at the Bolzaneto police station.

The Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici will be participating in the demonstration to be held in Genoa on 17th November, using the mobilization to denounce and protest against the latest reactionary decisions by the Italian government regarding the parliamentary inquest on the tragic events of Genoa 2001.

Prosecutors in the trial of 25 people for "devastation and pillage" have demanded a total of 225 years in prison and millions of euro in compensation for their "moral complicity" in the events of 2001. Some of those on trial were also injured by the State forces either at the Diaz school or at the Bolzaneto police station. To make matters worse, it has been decided that demonstrators will not be compensated for their injuries received at the hands of the police.

Instead, the various police chiefs involved in those days have all been promoted and there no inquiry has led to these "protectors of law and order" being held responsible.

It must be clear to everyone now that the institutions continue to operate with the sole intent of demonizing the movement, always placing the emphasis on the rioting in Genoa and ignoring the many serious episodes of physical and psychological violence against so many unarmed demonstrators, not to mention the obscure manoeuvres in the corridors of power, which at the time were in the hands of a fascist power that was perfectly aware it was being unconditionally protected and supported.

The only thing they want to talk about today (and at the time) are the ones who were allowed to run riot in the streets, not the huge movement, including anarchists, who peacefully marched through the streets of Genoa with their flags and banners and their legitimate demands and who, while the nebulous "black bloc" set calmly about their methodical devastation, found themselves up against ranks of police intent on armed repression against the bare hands of thousands of women and men, old and young, repression which only became even worse when people started to arrive in Genoa after news of Carlo Giuliani's death emerged.

We did not let them forget the shameful things that happened then and we will not let them forget them now.

That movement now demands the truth on the political responsibility of those who were in control during those days.

It demands admission of the disgraceful violence that was unleashed by the police forces and their chains of command.

It demands justice for the repression and abuse suffered by the city and by all those people who were dealt such unspeakable violence.

As part of the international mobilization against the G8 in 2001, as participants in the demonstrations in Genoa at that time, we anarchist communists, while not expecting any sort of justice from State institutions, fully recognize ourselves as being part of the movement that will take to the streets today to demand the truth, that will not forget those days, that will remember that armed violence belongs to the State and is always directed against the weak.


Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici

14 November 2007

από Tar 16/11/2007 9:38 πμ.


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από Tar 16/11/2007 9:40 πμ.


There will be a massive demonstration on November the 17th in Genova,
Italy, to protest against the legal oppression that is still going on,
almost seven years after the 2001 G8 summit. Read and subscribe the call
to action from the italian autonomous area antagonista.

THOSE OF THE STREET-BY-STREET FIGHTS.
Logo: infoaut.org

The first phase of the trial against 25 comrades, who on the 19th, 20th
and 21st July 2001 took part in the protests against the G8 in Genua, is
drawing to a close. By asking for an overall sentence of 225 years, the
Italian state aims at formulating a historical and political judgement
on those days, making some of us, scapegoats picked at random, pay the
price of the terror those protests managed to strike into the powerful
of the Earth. However, in the current political phase, the repressive
institutions also aim at conveying a precise signal to the potential
conflicting subjects, present and future, and to the movements which,
through their opposition to the big public works, their fight against
the precariousness of the employment and their defence and conquest of
social spaces, have been gaining ground in the last few years.
In 2001 the G8, as the summit of oppression, war, environmental
devastation, and racism, has catalyzed several different and
heterogeneous struggles. The decisions taken at Palazzo Ducale during
those days have affected the living conditions of all women and men, and
have dictated the guidelines for the expropriation of the dignity,
freedom, intelligence and labour of those who, anywhere in the world,
have no options but to sell their own labour force, suffer the scarcity
of the necessary livelihood, endure the effects of famines and financial
speculations, and be the victims of wars, racial violence and class
oppression.

Against this, hundreds of thousands of us, from every part of the world,
invaded a militarized Genua and brought there both revolt and social and
political protagonism. We carried out thousands of different forms of
protest and action, and we reached, with our message of rebellion and
hope, the eyes and ears of millions of people. Everywhere in the world,
these people understood and shared our cry and our slogans, recognized
their own very rage in the clashes and the demonstrations, saw once more
their point proven, that the refusal of the oppression of man on man,
and of man on woman can cross every distance and every border. In the
images of the protest, which were spread in every corner of the globe, a
silent and threatening global political alliance took shape.

This is why the officers of the armed repression unleashed against us
the most brutal violence and the vilest ferocity, thus making of Genua
the stage of an experience which has left its ugly mark on the memories
of everyone. Women and men beaten and trampled in the streets by the
police and the military corps -- the carabinieri and the guardia di
finanza --, mass arrests, chases and gunshots. While the streets were
drenched with blood, in the barracks at Bolzaneto the fascist tortures
performed by then men in uniform were only a prelude to the preordained
massacre of the Diaz school.

In the following days, many preferred to distance themselves from and
divide the movement, starting with the different sensitivities and fight
practices, juxtaposing in an abstract way demands and behaviours which
had had a common goal. Several political entities who had been
demonstrating in the streets during those days are now engaged in the
management of war choices, promulgate repressive and racist decrees,
embrace employment politics which negatively affect the young and the
precarious workers. We are those who, not only today but also then, were
profoundly diffident of those parties and politicians who nursed the
ambition of exploiting the movement and whose goals were clearly
different from the urge of building up the antagonism surfacing in the
great sieges to the international summits.

After those memorable and terrible days, almost all have done their best
in order to ward off the recurrence of forms of true and widespread
political juxtaposition: the mobilizations against the global wars held
in the years 2000 have showed a clear lack of assertiveness, and in
Italy only the notav movement has reopened -- in the material practice of
an effective, de facto antagonism -- the space for a shared planning
capable of interpreting the contemporary forms of political otherness
and their new European dimension.

On the 17 th November we will again be in Genua, in order to demand a
stop of the judiciary persecution against our 25 comrades currently
undergoing trial. We will not demonstrate in order to remember or
remind, but to claim, with our heads high, our responsibility and
awareness. We are those of the street-by-street fights, of the mass
resistance to public officers, of the direct action, of the capillary
insubordination. Barricades, fires, attacks to the concrete symbols of
the capitalist modes of production and accumulation which were carried
out in Genua belong to a much greater history which, having started in
Seattle and Prague, would reach Paris, Copenhagen and Rostock, in an
unpredictable and spectral pattern which disappears and reappears, with
variations and differences, like a forefinger pointing at the future.
All our revolutionary projects are concentrated there, there do all the
terrors of our enemies conspire.

We have shouted, acted and travelled well beyond Genua. We have been in
the liberation gestures of the peoples under attack in the age of the
global war, in the transformations taking shape in Asia and Latin
America, in the faraway struggles of the African Continent. Today, with
its sentences, the Italian state is rushing to file something which can
neither be filed nor stopped, nor warded off. The idea is that, with
such penalties, the image of a movement which has devastated and sacked
will be criminalized. But from the Susa Valley to Vicenza a resistance
rises up which will always dare to retort: "Who devastates? Who sacks?
Capitalism is the devastator!". It is this resistance they would like to
make us ashamed of, the deliberate and active resistance which makes the
memory of Carlo Giuliani dear to our hearts, the resistance which, again
and again, will always turn against his murderers, be they in
double-breasted jackets or in uniform.

The hundreds of thousands who, in those days, have marched, protested,
sung and dared to resist and fight back have transformed Genua into a
promise, into something which still has to be built: the opening of new
spaces for the movement and for the urban social conflict in Europe and
the world, for the end of an old and reactionary power and model of
accumulation, for a chance for the new to be planned by everybody, women
and men.

To demonstrate in Genua means to promise, in our turn, to revitalize
both the mobilization and the criticism, and to remind those who chased
us that the ghosts of the crises of the institutional forms of
representation and the appearance of new paths of social opposition
cannot be killed.

Your violence did not stop us, and neither will your trials: you have
not hurt us enough to prevent us -- anywhere -- from thinking, from
deciding, from coming back.

DEMONSTRATION IN GENUA
17 th NOVEMBER, 2007
H 15:00 RAILWAY STATION PIAZZA PRINCIPE

THE ANTAGONIST AREA (ITALY)

Read more: www.infoaut.org

To subscribe this call: news@infoaut.org
http://infoaut.org

από Tar 19/11/2007 9:39 πμ.


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