INCAGE – The International Coordination against the E.U


INCAGE – The International Coordination against the E.U was born in Athens on the 01 of December 2013 during an International Meeting on ‘Debt, National Currency and Democracy’.

The participants – people’s movements and economists from all over Europe and other countries – decided to build a close cooperation towards the following:

-The debt has been imposed by banks through the euro which imprisons nations and enslaves peoples.

-Leaving 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 peoples 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 peoples 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.

The International Coordination against the EU is open to every movement across Europe which struggles against the EU and in favor of democracy , national and economic sovereignty in its country.

                                                                                     

CONTACT

INCAGE- International Coordination against the EU

http://www.incage.org , email: incage.2014@gmail.com


 

EPAM (United People’s Front) – Greece :

http://www.epamhellas.gr, epam-international.relations@gmail.com

Union Républicaine Populaire – France

http://www.upr.fr, contact@u-p-r.fr

Mouvement Politique d’Emancipation Populaire – France

http://www.m-pep.fr, jpche.mpep@orange.fr

Asociación Democracia Real Ya – Spain

http://www.asociaciondry.org, coordinacion@asociaciondry.org

Per Il Bene Commune –Italy

http://www.perilbenecomune.it, info@perilbenecomune.net

Alza Il Pugno/Eurotruffa –Italy

http://www.alzailpugno.it

Campaign for an Independent Britain – Britain

http://www.campaignforanindependentbritain.org.uk, georgec.west@talktalk.net

National Platform –Ireland

http://www.nationalplatform.org, JCOUGHLN@tcd.ie

IPU – Finland

http://www.ipu.fi, info@ipu.fi

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