“The post-World War II European project, while inevitably flawed, had many merits and considerable promise,” said Noam Chomsky. “These have been severely damaged, in both economic and sociopolitical domains, by the neoliberal austerity programs instituted from above by the Troika. DiEM25 is a bold and promising initiative to reverse the damage before it is too late.”
Slavoj Žižek added: “The usual radical left temptation is to do nothing concrete and wait for the big revolution. DiEM25 is different: with one specific demand, to democratise Europe, it is the right step in the right direction at the right moment.”
Linguist Noam Chomsky, novelist Elif Shafak, artist/musician Brian Eno, activist Zoe Gardner and fashion designer/environmental activist Vivienne Westwood are amongst those elected by DiEM25’s members to coordinate the movement’s activities. (See full announcement at DiEM25.org).
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