Change Greece – Change Europe – Change4all


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“I don’t believe in charity. I believe in solidarity. Charity is so vertical. It goes from the top to the bottom. Solidarity is horizontal. It respects the other person. I have a lot to learn from other people.” – Eduardo Galeano

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"The neoliberal austerity politics imposed on Europe have made the poor become poorer and the rich become richer. The EU’s South, as well as the East, were forced into a humanitarian disaster, whereas the rest of the EU still hasn’t recovered from the crisis. Since 2010 Greece served as a neoliberal laboratory. However at the same time the country became an important scene of struggle, with solidarity initiatives and movements proliferating across the country. On 25 January the electoral victory of SYRIZA brought a new hope to the country and Europe. 
This victory has a double significance: 
– Respond to the humanitarian emergencies, restore social rights and reconstruct a destroyed and/or privatized production apparatus in Greece.
– Break with the pro-austerity unanimity and the hegemony of Germany’s ordoliberalism, in Europe.
We support the Greek social and labour movements, both in their struggle against austerity and their actions of solidarity. We support the Greek government fighting back austerity and resisting the antidemocratic blackmailing of the ECB, the EC and the IMF, as well as the EcoFin Council. We will continue throughout Europe to endorse and organize struggles against austerity and for democracy, while maintaining the awareness, that the change in Greece is not a threat, but an opportunity for us all."