The Manifesto

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Movements, networks and European organizations members of the Alter Summit have drafted together a common platform, a “manifesto of the peoples”, including shared analysis, proposals and an agenda.

This manifesto has been presented in Athens on 7th June 2013, in order to say out and loud that the destructive austerity policies are no fatality. Alternative policies exist and should be taken to build the democratic, social, ecological and feminist Europe we all expect !

A people’s manifesto
Our urgent common priorities for a democratic, social, ecological and feminist Europe

Roll back austerity…Claim real democracy !

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Date Name Message
30 June 2015 SANCINITO
30 June 2015 Gelin Romain
30 June 2015 Hans Richter Stopp Merkel & co to destroy the EU and democracy
29 June 2015 Friedrich Gehring
29 June 2015 Pedersen Something must be done to stop those who are unable to run world wide economy, who are only fit to fill their own pockets, regardless of the consequences of their immoral wrondoings.
29 June 2015 BONNET
11 June 2015 Lispet Kristiansen Democracy is a very fragile consept. What we see now with the TTIP, is a very serious threat to our beloved democracy, and mabye the first step to a, so far, unknown dictatorship, a dictatorship of finance. It will not kill you with a gun, but for most people it may kill you slowley. And like all regimes, when it is a fact people stop to act and react. Before this regime is a fact, it already shows us the secresy of will that all dictatorships rely on for their power.
15 April 2015 Helena Meler Puyal Por el #BienComún, democracia, transparencia, dignidad, justicia, sostenibilidad, solidaridad e igualdad de todas las personas.
21 March 2015 Prof. Dr. Fanny-M. Reisin, international League of Human Rights
5 March 2015 Adam Parsons
12 February 2015 Laurent
13 January 2015 Jean-Luc FLAVENOT
17 July 2014 Richard Greeman Why do the labor union federations and socialist parties in the various countries of a united EU persist in resisting austerity locally, faced with a united capitalist Europe? I have long been convinced that if the peoples and labor movements of the EU don't unite in common actions, leading to Europe-wide risings, the Troika will continue to use 'salami tactics' to enslave first Greece, then Portugal and so on in the name of austerity. All of the gains of a century of labor and social struggle will be wiped out. The capitalists know how to UNITE against labor. When will labor UNITE across what are now meaningly economic boarders? Only when the rank and file push the leaders, who live off government subsidies, out of the way and reach out their hands in solidarity first with Greek workers, still on the front line, and then everywhere.
21 June 2014 Alain Qu'est-ce qui est inacceptable dans le grand marché transatlantique? Je suppose que ce marché fait l'objet d'un contrat entre l'Europe et les Etats-Unis. Dans tout contrat, il y a des structures, des droits et des obligations. Qu'est-ce qu'il y a de bien et de pas bien dans les contrats en passe d'être signés par les deux parties?
12 May 2014 Teddy Théodose

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