THE ATHENS MEETING (EPAM) – speeches in original languages


Videos with ALL the participants in The Athens Meeting, in their original languages. Click on it to see the COMMON PRESS RELEASE, the document that concludes the concrete outcome after this first and historic meeting on the debt, a national currency and democracy, between all these movements from the different countries. The Greek, the Italian, the Spanish and the French speakers speak in their own languages. English is used by of course the English and the Irish participants as well as the Icelandic, the two Finish and the Russian participants.

For Greek speaking watchers here is the entire conference in 2 videos as well as separated in 24 videos with vocal simultaneous translations in Greek – Για τους Έλληνες, εξέφρασε παρατηρητές εδώ είναι ολόκληρο το συνέδριο σε 2 βίντεο, καθώς και χωρισμένα σε 24 βίντεο με φωνητικη ταυτόχρονη μετάφραση

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THE WHOLE MEETING

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THE MEETING SEPARATELY BY SPEAKER

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The reporter Georgia Basta opened the work of the International Meeting organized by the EPAM on the debt, the national currency and Democracy in Kerameikos, on 30 November 2013.


Address by representative of the newly formed youth EPAM S. Panagopoulos, the first day of the International Meeting


Address by Secretary General Dimitri Kazaki of EPAM, which signals the start of the International Meeting on Debt, the national currency and Democracy in Kerameikos, on 30 November 2013.


Monia Benini del movimento italiano Per il Bene Comune al suo discorso nel primo giorno della Conferenza Internazionale di EPAM ha sottolineato il bisogno di liberarci dall’Unione Europea a dall’eurozona.


Intervention du mouvement UPR (Union Populaire Républicaine).
François Asselineau et son intervention sous titre “Qui a voulu l’euro? Et pourquoi?” à la Réunion d’ Athènes le 30 Novembre 2013


Antonino Galloni, Economista e presidente del Centro Studi Monetari al suo discorso nel primo giorno della Conferenza Internazionale di EPAM ha illustrato il peggioramento della situazione economica in Italia e nei paesi del Sud e la necessita’ di ripristinare la valuta sovrana per fare investimenti pubblici ottenendo la rispresa dell’economia


Francesco Ruggeri del movimento EPIC (Economia per i Cittadini) al suo discorso nel primo giorno della Conferenza Internazionale di EPAM parla dei problemi causati dall’euro in Italia nel settore del lavoro aumentando la disoccupazione e riducendo le esportazioni italiane.


Intervention du mouvement m’PEP (Mouvement Politique d’ Emancipation Populaire)
Jacques Nikonoff, porte-parole du m’PEP, et son intervention à la Réunion d’ Athènes le 30 Novembre 2013


Marco Balestra del movimento Eurotruffa – Alza il Pugno, al suo discorso nel primo giorno della Conferenza Internazionale di EPAM ha parlato della storia dell’euro e ha proposto la creazione di una rete internazionale che unisca tutti i movimenti popolari del mondo… Intervento di Eurotruffa alla Conferenza Internazionale di EPAM – Atene, 30/11/2013 Audio in italiano, sottotitoli in inglese.source: Eur Truffa


Hördur Torfason is talking about the revolution in Iceland, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in december 1st 2013 Hördur Torfason is an activist & an artist. The man behind the Icelandic Revolution in October of 2008- when Iceland’s economy collapsed- by standing out in front of the parliament buildings asking ‘what are we going to do about it ?. From there was built a popular movement that would grow to sizes as yet unheard of in the tiny Nordic country, forcing the resignation of the government, and of the leadership of the national bank. A revolutionary folk hero at home, Torfason now spends much of his time touring the world, telling the bittersweet story of Iceland’s Nordic Spring, and sharing tactics and strategies with activists in other countries. Hördur will visit Greece for the first time in November in the frame of the conference.


Antti Pesonen, activist, head of the delegation of the Independence Party of Finland is talking about the relation between Democracy and national currency, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in december 1st 2013.


Pedro Montes, economista y miembro del movimiento Socialismo 21 presenta Εspaña como un maravilloso ejemplo del desastre europeo, en el Encuentro De Atenas, organizado por EPAM (Frente Unido Popular), el 30 de Noviembre y el 1de Diciembre de 2013.


CIB representative James Reynolds is talking about the “Case of Britain”, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in December 1st 2013.


British academic Dr. William Mallinson is talking about how the european dream became a nightmare for Greece, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in december 1st 2013.


Artem Vassiliev is talking about isues concerning the eurozone, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in December 1st 2013.


Pablo Erlantz, representativo del movimiento político Democracia Real Ya de España, acceptado con mucho entusiasmo por el público griego, se refiere a las similitudes entre la actualidad política y social entre España y Grecia, y propone el cómo podrá el pueblo tomar de nuevo la soberanía nacional. La presentación tuvo lugar durante el Encuentro De Atenas, organizado por EPAM (Frente Unido Popular), el 30 de Noviembre y el 1de Diciembre de 2013.


Anthony Coughlan (National Platform, Ireland), is talking about “The case of Ireland”, during he Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in december 1st 2013.


Janus Putkonen is talking about ways of funding and organizing of popular movements, in the Athens Meeting, organized and hosted by EPAM (United Popular Front), in december 1st 2013.
Janus Putkonen is an activist, owner and chief editor of the alternative internet news network http://www.verkkomedia.org , with sources from media like Russia Today, PressTV, RIA Novosti, SANA, Prensa Latina, Fars News, Al-Manar, Ma’an News, Antiwar, Infowars, Global Research and exclusive partner in Finland for Russiiskaya Gazeta.


Alberto Montero, ha venido de España a Grecia para compartir sus ideas sobre la crisis económica, la deuda y la alternativa de la salida de la zona del euro. Así que participó en el Encuentro De Atenas, organizado por EPAM (Frente Unido Popular), el 30 de Noviembre y el 1 de Diciembre de 2013.


Athens, the cradle of democracy, 01 of December 2013

During the weekend of 30 November and 1st December 2013, people’s movements and economists from all over Europe and other countries held a successful meeting. The meeting was realized on the initiative of EPAM the topics being: the debt, the national currency and democracy. From the first day of the conference, it was clear that all participants held common views and built a close cooperation towards the following:

  • The debt has been imposed by banks through the euro and imprisons nations and enslaves people’s.
  • Exit the euro and reestablishing a national currency is a basic condition to regain independence and pursue full employment policies.
  • There is a need to leave the EU according to Article No 50 of the Treaty of the European Union.
  • Democracy emerges as a critical issue in a European political environment where the eurozone governments – and those countries’ elites first and foremost – impose policies leading Europe to the new feudal system run by the markets against peoples’ interests.
  • The euro, like any other monetary union, will sooner or later collapse. The sooner each country leaves the euro, the better.

The dilemma the people’s of Europe face is: either the dictatorship of the markets or democracy and an economy based on the needs of the peoples.

The meeting closed its works with important conclusions and the promise that:

a) The important two-day Athens Meeting is the start of a steady and active cooperation between the movements that took part , in the frame of mutual respect to the national identity of each one.

b) The meeting will be the beginning of the liberation of the people’s of Europe, who deserve to build their own democracy and their own economy.

c) The participants, although they are representatives of democratic movements against any form of extremism, suffer from being banned from all mainstream media . However they observe that in every country the same mainstream media grant an extended coverage to far-right parties , confusing as a matter of fact the citizens by associating the need to leave the euro and the EU with the far-right ideology.

d) All participants in this international meeting committed themselves to intensify their efforts and become active in increasing the number of movements – all over Europe as well as worldwide – in the steps outlined by the Meeting of Athens.

Singed by:

  • EPAM (United People’s Front) –Greece
  • Union Républicaine Populaire – France
  • Per Il Bene Commune –Italy
  • Asociación Democracia Real Ya – Spain
  • Campaign for an Independent Britain – Britain
  • Alza Il Pugno/Eurotruffa –Italy
  • Economia Per I Cittadini – Italy
  • National Platform –Ireland
  • Mouvement Politique d’Emancipation Populaire – France
  • IPU – Finland


The final placement of the Secretary General Dimitri Kazaki of EPAM, which concludes the work of the International Meeting

in English
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