Saturday, November 26, 2011

Inspired by the protests of Tunisia in New York, activists and assemblies of people have collaborated on a vision for a new global governance

Saturday, people will take to the streets for nearly a thousand cities, 82 countries and six continents. In London, people are considering the stock market. We are united for global change and united for global democracy, global governance of the people, by the people

The following statement was filed over four months through consultations between the groups, activists and people's congresses in countries like Britain, Egypt, Tunisia, Germany, Spain, United States , Palestine, Israel, Brazil, Mexico, Uruguay, Argentina, India and Australia. We have comments, suggestions, support, and written and rewritten again and again. The text was supported by Canadian author Naomi Klein, Vandana Shiva based in India, US-based Michael Hardt and Noam Chomsky and Eduardo Galeano.



On October 15, 2011 united in our diversity, united by global change, global demand for democracy: global governance by the people and for the people. Inspired by our brothers and sisters in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Syria, Bahrain, New York, Palestine-Israel, Spain and Greece, which also require a change of regime. Regime change global

In the words of Vandana Shiva, Indian activist, today, the demand for replacement of the G-8 to all of humanity -. the G-7, 000 000 000

undemocratic international institutions around the world are our Mubarak, Assad our world, our world Gaddafi. These include: the IMF, WTO, global markets, multinational banks, G8/20, the European Central Bank and the Security Council of the UN. As Mubarak and Assad, these institutions should not be allowed to run people's lives without their consent. We are all born equal, rich or poor, male or female. Each African and Asian is equal to all Europeans and Americans. Our global institutions should reflect this, or is revoked.

Today, more than ever, global forces shape people's lives. Our jobs, health, housing, education and pensions are controlled by global banks, markets, tax havens, businesses and financial crises. Our environment is destroyed by pollution from other continents. Our security is determined by the wars and the international arms trade, drugs and natural resources. We lose control over our lives. This must stop. This will stop. The world's citizens should have control over decisions that affect all levels - from global to local. It is the world democracy. This is what we call today.

Today, as the Zapatistas in Mexico, we say "

Enough! The rule people and the government obeys

" Enough! Here is the command people and to obey global institutions? Tomalaplaza As the Spanish say "

Democracy Now

This manifesto is not supported by all those involved in events around the world on Saturday, of course. With social movements, you can never have

write the entire text or approve it. But as we can - we tried to create a writing process was truly participatory as possible, worldwide. We believe that the text is legitimate, as a manifesto of protest, with the support of many involved, such as International Real Democracy Now, the main set in Madrid, the main body of Boston, Buenos Aires and Sao Paulo. We hope that this is the beginning of a movement.

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