CARTA ABERTA A ANGELA MERKEL

E não estamos sozinhos. No próximo dia 14 de Novembro, dois dias depois da sua anunciada visita, erguer-nos-emos com outros povos irmãos numa greve geral que inclui muitos países europeus. Será uma greve contra governos que traíram e traem a confiança depositada neles pelas cidadãs e cidadãos, uma greve contra a austeridade conduzida por eles. Mas não se iluda, senhora chanceler.

A carta, na íntegra, pode ser lida aqui e está a ser divulgada com mais de cem subscritores de todos as áreas políticas que se opõe à troika e às suas políticas de ruína e de miséria.
E, acreditem, chovem subscrições para o email acordadosmerkel@nullgmail.com.

P.S. – Entretanto, há momentos, em Atenas:

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6 respostas a CARTA ABERTA A ANGELA MERKEL

  1. Rocha diz:

    A Grécia está a ferro e fogo mais uma vez. As saídas para a crise tendem a ser cada vez mais violentas. Comparar Merkel a Hitler não é exagero.

  2. antónimo diz:

    alguém tem informação nova sobre o novo jornal dos jornalistas gregos que saiu ontem? tipo endereço do site nome em grego etc?

  3. Rocha diz:

    Entretanto na Grécia… a insurreição não é só uma palavra de ardem em algumas cidades.

    http://blog.occupiedlondon.org/2012/11/07/heraklion-crete-as-the-parliament-in-athens-votes-in-further-austerity-cuts-a-city-shows-the-way-forward-for-the-struggle/
    Heraklion, Crete: as the Parliament in Athens votes in further austerity cuts, a city shows the way forward for the struggle
    Wednesday, November 7, 2012

    At the same time that in Athens the new measures were voted in parliament and the protest outside was hit by repression and rain, some remarkable events in Heraklion, Crete show how the struggle against the memorandums can be intensified. At tonight’s demo in the city, more than 10,000 people took part – including an anarchist block of approximately 800.

    The even more astonishing events took place after the demo though, where a mass Popular Assembly decided the following:

    – To block off the city’s economic activity (not on a symbolic level) by blocking off tax offices and the bank of greece at 7 AM on Thursday.
    – Meanwhile, the Labor Union of Heraklion called for another 24h strike tomorrow, to facilitate workers’ participation in the blockade. The strike was called following the pressure of anarchists and leftists present at the Popular Assembly.
    – The occupation of the administrative building of the Periphery of Crete (the administrative HQ for the entire island) continues.
    – Finally, the Assembly will produce a call-out for workers and unemployed across the country to take similar action.

  4. De diz:

    Mais outra foto:
    http://rt.com/files/news/greece-austerity-bill-protests-144/carry-strike-two-major.jpg

    Protestors carry flags of Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain as they gather in front of the parliament in Syntagma square during a 48-hour strike by the two major Greek workers unions in central Athens.(Reuters / Yannis Behrakis)

  5. Rocha diz:

    Metade do povo grego está desempregado e mais de metade dos jovens. Chama a atenção no número total de pessoas em idade de trabalhar, activos e inactivos estão quase ao mesmo nível. Veja-se os números da calamidade social:

    http://www.athensnews.gr/portal/1/58734
    (…)
    Young people are hardest hit, with 58 percent of those under the age of 25 registered as without work, up from 45 percent a year ago.

    Unemployment remains higher among women (29 percent) than men (22.7 percent).

    In real terms, the data translates into a total of 1,267,595 persons without work, an increase of 36,597 people in one month alone.

    This means that since August of last year, 351,666 people have joined the dole queues, an increase of 38.4 percent.

    The same data puts the number of people employed at 3,726,663 and the number of economically inactive people – meaning those without work but not seeking work – at 3,375,297.

    The regions of Epirus and Western Macedonia, where the jobless rate reaches 28.5 percent, remains the country’s unemployment blackspot, while Crete (19.6 percent) has replaced the Aegean for the lowest unemployment rate.

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