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(en) Italy, Ilva Taranto: December 15, 2012 in the march for freedom (it) [machine translation]
Mon, 17 Dec 2012 17:22:31 +0200
In addition to delI'ILVA workers, who do not yield their right to health ---- What happens
in Taranto, is not only a problem of Taranto, what happens Ilva is not just a problem of
the workers Ilva and their families. It 's all a country has to start from the bottom,
regain health, rights, work. ---- Marching for freedom ---- In addition to delI'ILVA
workers, who do not yield their right to health ---- In addition to the citizens of
Taranto, claiming their right to work to live, not to die ---- Taranto is the symbol of
the failure of the Italian entrepreneurial class who tried to float on the crisis by
reducing the costs of labor and environmental protections, instead of investing to
modernize systems and technologies, counting on the complicity of the state.
Taranto is the symbol of the failure of a national political class, unable to deal with
the real country, incapable of any industrial policy and any semblance of planning and
direction of public affairs, ready to help owners and owner-operators, and is the emblem
of a local political class worried at best of their compatibility.
Taranto is the symbol of the failure of law-abiding choice, thinking that the laws are
sufficient in themselves, although there are reports of useful forces to enforce them.
Taranto is the symbol of the impossibility of surviving to the present, also by workers
and trade unions, if you can imagine a different future.
And we must start from Taranto.
What will Ilva Taranto Ilva depends on how workers will be able to impose their presence,
their expertise, their knowledge of production cycles in the choice of clean-up and
commissioning of plant safety, their participation in the path decision-making and
control. How long this will be able to engage their peers in the rest of Italy Ilva,
because if you die in Taranto work that is not in Liguria celebrate. And the infamous and
obvious blackmail master must leave all together. And if, or as, some unions that they
just can not understand it, only workers can make him understand.
And even if as likely what has been done in Taranto continue to sow deaths over the next
ten years, what the citizens of Taranto be able to do to change the regional health
policies will probably do it. Given that more people die in Taranto, if you live in drums,
in a working class neighborhood, and you can not go to seek treatment in the north. Other
than spending cuts to regional health! Because now you know what happens as a result of
Ilva Taranto, and many other production that produce the skin of the workers, and their
families, as Taranto in Priolo, as years ago in Bagnoli and all ' Acna Cengio, and the
numbers say that if you are poor you die more, because you cared less, or are treated worse.
What happens in Taranto, is not only a problem of Taranto, what happens Ilva is not just a
problem of the workers Ilva and their families. It 's all a country has to start from the
bottom, regain health, rights, work.
Because if a different future is possible, it should be built together. And while you work
to live in Taranto, Ilva as elsewhere, and not to die.
FdCA - Federation of Anarchist Communists - Puglia
December 15, 2012
Related Link: http://www.fdca.it
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