In the past few days, the popular Rome for Romans movement, together with Forza Nuova, has been the protagonist of the occupation of a property owned by the National Alliance Foundation along with three Italian families in a housing emergency.
It is the apartment of Via Pasiello 40, donated by Countessa Colleoni years ago, then Italian Social Movement for the good fight.
From the occupation of the apartment of Via Pasiello 40, which today hosts 3 homeless Roma families and the door to the struggle at home, a pact was signed by Maurizio Boccacci, leader of Militia, Giuliano Castellino of Rome for Romans Fighting Coordination and by Roberto Fiore in order to recreate that militant spirit of the past with a strong social vision against the right of government and a system of strong powers.
The meaning of this covenant is explained to us, in greater detail, by a joint note, widespread in the press, which we report in its entirety.
Rome’s occupation of Rome’s Via Paisiello is part of the historical contrast between the social vision – which characterized militancy in difficult times – and the obsessive vision of economic and system elites.
Rome is ill because politics is ill and because the part of the world that nested in these places has fallen.
We want to represent that part, which, though countless times wrong, never betrayed.
It is crucial to reconstruct, in a very short time, a common ground and a new militant spirit that – echoing and honoring the past of the fallen – can and should have a practical, concrete and winning line.
In addition to solving immigration and housing emergencies, it is necessary to oppose the unfortunate attempt to erase from our history and our city the symbols of that History, which does not belong only to us, but to all Italians.
These are the first goals of the militant community that made Via Paisiello its base, because our mission is to respect the will of those who gave these premises to an idea conforming to the “Good Battle”.