Llamado al #GlobalNOISE sabado 13 de Octubre.

Hace una año el mundo se sorprendió con la gran partcipación de movimientos y plazas en el #15o #globalChange

Este sábado saldremos a las calles y quien no salga que proteste desde los balcones, más fuerte que nunca, con la cacerolada global.

La iniciativa parte de los grupos de #occupy #indignados #yosoy132 y de muchos otros.  Un número creciente de ciudades se suman a hacer ruido el #13O .

 

 

Muchas voces, una lucha
La propuesta es abierta y cada movimiento local le dá el contenido. En España la temática común es contra la deuda ilegítima “NO DEBEMOS//NO PAGAMOS”
El resultado es una turbulenta cocofonía de motivos y eslóganes para la protesta:
“No debemos no pagamos” en España
“Que se lixe a Troika” en Portugal
un claro mensaje contra la guerra en Estambul
una protesta frente al FMI/Banco Mundial en Tokyo
EN México una jornada de luto contra las políticas dle globierno corrupto
Una idea común que agrupa a todos los eventos #globalNOISE es focalizar en las elites politicas y económicas que son responsables del destrozo que están sufriendo nuestras comunidades y el planeta, haciendo resonancia en la ola de protestas anti-austeridad que suceden en Europa y en el Mundo.
A su vez, #globalNOISE es un símbolo de esperanza y unidad, construida en base a una amplia variedad de las luchas por la justicia global y la solidaridad, asegurando que juntos vamos a crear otro mundo. Porque otro mundo es posible!

 

 

Después del 13o
#globalNOISE es el momento de establecer nuevas conexiones, reforzar nuetsras redes y comunicar nuetros planes de movilizaciones futuras.
En las próximas semanas y meses tendremos gran cantidad de eventos, la Huelga Global de educación el 18 de Octubre Global Education StrikeAgora99 en Madrid y Firenze10+10 en Florencia en noviembre. También está la inciativa VIA22 desde Montreal, Quebec, un dia de acción global planeado para el 22 de Octubre que continuará cada 22 de cada més. La idea de VIA22 es expresar la necesidad de que nuestros eventos sean espacios de encuentro donde intercambiar alternativas.
El dia de acción global de migrantes, refugiados y desplazados el 18 de Diciembre The Rights of Migrants, Refugees and Displaced people .
El 1 de diciembre la movilización internacional por los derechos y la dignidad de  trabajador@s y precari@s, contra la precariedad, el desempleo, los  despidos y las malas condiciones laborales, que está siendo promovida desde Francia
 El dia de acción global de migrantes, refugiados y desplazados el 18 de Diciembre.

 

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1 comment on “Llamado al #GlobalNOISE sabado 13 de Octubre.”

  1. sukinizan Responder

    Why globalNOISE? Strengthening the local networks is very important. But at the same time, we need strong global actions to reinforce our local work. Often the problems generated by our governments and false democracies do not let us look beyond our local presidents and politicians, to see the full global context of the issues we face. The problems are global because the scam is global, and to combat these problems we need global action.

    Other languages: Deutsch (etwas veraltet), Español, Italian, ελληνικά , Portuguese, Dutch

    What is globalNOISE?

    Activists involved in the Indignato, Occupy, #yosoy132, etc movements have begun a campaign to create GlobalNoise, a worldwide cacerolazo, or casserole march, on Saturday, October 13th, 2012. The hope is that local Occupations and Collectives will take up the call to march, using the method of a casserole march to highlight whatever issues are the most important to their community.

    Historically, banging on a pot has been a universally understood means to gain attention. The casserole march has its origins as a means to call attention to problems facing the community that the power structure is not addressing, using a method that is hard to ignore. In the past, this form of activism has been used to draw attention to education reform, starvation, government corruption, inequality in resources, and more.

    It has been revived recently in the international Occupy and Spanish Indignatos movements, and most notably by the Student movement in Canada. Since then, it has spread worldwide. It is from these historical references and recent examples that the idea of a coordinated worldwide cacerolazo emerged. An international showing of frustration and unrest on a global scale that would be hard to ignore. A GlobalNoise.

    Kitchen equipment may be the first choice, it is most certainly not the only choice. You can use whatever will make noise, even actual instruments, like whistles, horns, vuvuzelas, or even drums. DIY instruments or established noise makers don’t matter, just make noise. You can even encourage drivers to join in with their horns as you pass them on the march. In Spain, they call that “Pitodromo”.

    join the working group!

    The bigger the group the louder the noise, but even one person banging on a pot makes a lot of noise.

    The GlobalNoise working group encourages you to organize Cacerolazo actions in your own city for October 13th 2012. (Due to events already being planned and in progress in various assemblies, some groups and collectives will have GlobalNoise actions over the course of that week. So if the 13th is impossible for your group, try for another day in that week.

    Remember, potbanging marches are particularly suited for spontaneous participation, especially if the attitude and tone of the march stays festive and positive. Spectators quickly realize that they don’t need anything more than a noise maker to join in.

    Examples of potbanging actions

    There have been many potbanging-protests worldwide over the last year since the formation of the Ingdinado and Occupy movements. The reason for unrest has ranged from the student debt crisis to the shortage of resources, while the method of expressing the frustration has been the same.
    There was a large casserole march against inflation in Argentina earlier this year. Reuters reported that “Several thousand Argentines protested against the government… by banging pots and pans in front of the presidential palace in Buenos Aires.” In Seattle, the “noise making” from the Student Debt Noise Brigade takes place once a week. In addition, as reported by Global Montreal, the Montreal casserole marches inspired solidarity demonstrations worldwide. Even back in October 2010 Oldenburg, Germany held the ‘Krach schlagen statt Kohldampf schieben‘ demonstration demanding living wages and fair access to resources.

    A worldwide globalNOISE is coming

    In June of 2012, activists from many different countries, social justice movements, and networks began planning a nonviolent worldwide day of action connected solely by this most noticeable of protest methods, the cacerolazo. The collected activists formed a working group, and the following proposal was created.
    Each collective or general assembly interested in participating is encouraged to identify what local or regional issues most adversely affect their communities and then join the world in a casserole march. We feel using the power of our collective mass can create a sound of our world population calling out for change that will be hard to ignore. The globalNOISE working group has called for Saturday October 13th to be the day of action where we as flood the streets and towns with the distinctive noise of potbanging.

    As of late August, members of the Indignado and Occupy movements from many cities, including London, Brussels, Chicago, Madrid, Paris, Hamburg, and Perth, have endorsed this proposal and/or begun planning a globalNOISE casserole action. And the list is growing daily.

    Get involved!

    It’s easy to help make globalNOISE a success. You can simply share the idea of globalNOISE with your family, your friends, on facebook, over twitter, and other social networks. Consider sharing the official facebook page and twitter account, or using the hashtag #globalNOISE.
    Contact your local general assembly or activist collectives to begin planning creating an event in your area. And be sure to let us know about it!
    If you’d like to help coordinate the global aspect, please feel free to join the working group meetings and listserve. As it’s a world wide global action, we have a need for translators, and other contributors. If you’re interested, we’d love to have you involved.

    While we may be separated by physical space, we are all united in our struggle. Help us make sure that on October 13th, in every town, in every city, on every continent, the world will hear the sound of change.
    We will make a globalNOISE!

    —-

    For questions, concerns, comments, suggestions, here’s some contact info and web resources:

    Email: potbanging@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.globalnoise.net
    Twitter: @potbanging #globalNOISE
    Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/globalNOISE
    Facebook group: http://on.fb.me/PWb8L5
    InterOccupy hub: http://interoccupy.net/globalnoise/
    Occupii: http://occupii.org/group/globalnoise-international
    Email list serve: http://bit.ly/PWbQrI

    [1] http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.315632515195933.71438.313040322121819&%3Cspan%20id=
    [2] http://www.fmcapitalsalta.com/noticias/333/el-cacerolazo-se-hizo-sentir-en-salta.html
    [3] https://www.facebook.com/StudentDebtNoiseBrigade
    [4] http://www.globalmontreal.com/Pages/PhotoGallery.aspx?id=6442647837
    [5] http://www.krach-statt-kohldampf.de/sites/index.html
    [6] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cacerolazo
    [7] http://blog.globalnoise.net/p/assemblies-join-us.html
    [8] http://blog.globalnoise.net/2012/07/de-lasst-uns-mutig-sein-vorschlag-fur.html
    [9] https://twitter.com/#!/search/realtime/%23globalNOISE

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