TAV - not now - not ever - Alberto Perino


“In the last few days, all the TV stations have been screening scenes showing that at Maddalena di Chiomonte work has started on the tunnel, the one that we have defined as the “hole with the mafia around it”. Well that building work is absolutely illegal!. It is unauthorised. It is in violation of Italian law. But it is defended by the Police, the Finance Police and the Carabinieri! The definitive project was approved by the Comitato Interministeriale per la Programmazione Economica {Interministerial Committee for Economic Planning} in November 2010. These people haven’t been able to present the detailed design in two years. The plan contained 137 obligatory regulations that should have been included in the detailed design. Now given that this has not been presented, the work going on is unauthorised. There are violations relating to the building regulations. This property should be sequestered. But the Turin magistracy is saying nothing about this and about the related illegality. This is the Europe of the bankers. They are limiting themselves to the sequestration of the “No TAV” encampments. This is Europe. This is the work of the world government of the banks that we must oppose with all our strength." Alberto Perino

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Presentation by Alberto Perino, leader of Notav

The agreement that goes against the Constitution
“Greetings to the friends of Beppe Grillo’s blog. On 3 December in Lyons, the bigwigs of Italy and of France, a load of Ministers, the French President of the Republic, and the Italian Prime Minister, Monti signed a 16 page agreement that ended with a common declaration. It was the thirtieth Franco-Italian summit. OK. In that 16 page document there are three lines, just three lines talking about the Turin-Lyons train line. These lines are nothing. They say: France and Italy confirm the strategic interest in the project relating to the new Turin-Lyons train line.
It’s a matter of priority infrastructure, not just for the countries, but for the whole of the European Union. France and Italy have adopted a separate declaration on this topic, a declaration that no one has seen.


A hole with the mafia around it
One detail says in article 10 point 1 letter D that anyone suffering a disadvantage while the work is carried out on Italian territory, should put in a claim to the French authorities. This is unconstitutional!
But what’s absurd is that this agreement that they signed on 30 January 2012 says at the third comma of article 1: " the present agreement, does not have the objective of allowing the start of the actual work in the common area of France and Italy as that will necessitate the approval of a separate additional protocol, taking into account that there is the definitive participation of the European Union in the project.”


Prisoners in France
On 03 December 650 in 12 coaches made an attempt to go to Lyons for a peaceful demonstration. We asked for a square where we could demonstrate our dissent to the High Speed line. They agreed to this. They allocated us a square in front of the station, the old station of Des Broteaux. OK. They did everything to stop us getting there! They blocked the coaches earlier at the exit from the Frejus tunnel. Then they blocked them again at the first motorway service station. Then they blocked them again at the motorway toll point, at the barrier just before Lyons. So basically it took us 9 hours to get to Lyons.
When we got there they escorted us to a hen house. To this square that was closed in with metal barriers in all the surrounding roads. There was no toilet that we could use. They’d closed them all. They had asked for the only bar to be closed but thanks be to God, that stayed open and the owner said: "As long as there are customers, I’ll go on working. "
This is something that is not right!


This is Europe. This is the Europe of governments acting as doormats to the bankers This is the work of the world government of the banks that we must oppose with all our strength.
Thanks and greetings to all.”

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I was bitterly surprised by Ms. Holland signing the convention with Italy to go on with the new tunnel. I wonder whether Ms. Hollande was informed by the evaluation that that project received by his Cour des comptes. Validity of the project was negated both for present economic restrictions and any improved future condition. The Cour des comptes simply suggested to tune the existing railroad. Just the same conclusion arrived at by all Italian professor of transport engineering.

I had a different experience with French authorities: to get my mission as examiner of doctoral thesis at French universities paid, I had to provide written documentation that my country was not paying anything to me for the same mission. Is France joining Italy in looseness?

Cheers, Franz

Posted by: Franz | December 6, 2012 06:39 PM

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