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We believe in the equality of all human beings, regardless of their opinions, sex, race; of their ethnic, political, religious background and belonging; of their social status and financial condition.

 

We repudiate the use of violence, terrorism and war as instruments to resolve the disputes between individuals, peoples, nations. We want a world based on social justice, on solidarity, on reciprocal respect, on dialogue, on an equal distribution of resources.

 

We want a world in which governments guarantee the basic equality of all members of society and the right to medical treatment that is both of a high standard and free; the right to a public education system that develops each person, each human being, enriching their knowledge and intellect; the right to free information media.

 

In our own Country, instead, for many years now we've witnessed the progressive and systematic destruction of any and all principles of social, human cohabitation. A most severe and savage drift is before our eyes.

 

In the name of "international alliances", the Italian political class has chosen war and aggression against other Countries.

 

In the name of "freedom", the Italian political class has chosen war against its own citizens, building a system of privileges based upon exclusion and discrimination, a system of arrogant prevarication, of ordinary, daily corruption.

 

In the name of "security", the Italian political class has chosen war against those who come to Italy to survive, instigating hatred and racism against them.

 

Is this a democracy? Simply because it involves electoral processes of representativeness? Is the act of voting enough for a Country to be defined as "democratic"?

 

To us, a political system is democratic only if it works for the common well-being, favouring in its actions the needs of the underprivileged, the needs of the weakest social groups, to better their living conditions, so that we may all be a society of citizens.

 

This is the world we want. For ourselves, for all of us. A world of equality.