In May there’ll be the European elections. And in fact, they have become national elections. There’s no mystery that governments are created and dissolved in Brussels and in the halls of the ECB. It happened for Greece, for Portugal, and it’s been happening for Italy from Rigor Montis onwards. Three Italian governments have been decided on by the EU with the approval of Napolitano. The Italian Parliament, the Italian voters have by now just got a symbolic role. They are useful to give a veneer of democracy. We need to go to Europe to change Italy. Our so-called "premiers" have become the servants of the financial powers and of economic logic decided by others. Their "mission" in Europe is to meet up with Mr Hollande or Mrs Merkel with the customary kissing of their shoes with the only aim of giving themselves legitimacy in the eyes of the Italian public. The M5S is seen as a public danger by this Europe that is doing everything it can to marginalise it, minimise it and ignore it. It has good reason to do so. If the M5S gets strong support from the voters and enters the European Parliament with 20 to 30 euro-deputies the current balance of power will go up in smoke. The M5S is neither Euro-yes nor Euro-no. The M5S wants a return to the principles of solidarity and community. Europe was called the European Community. Now it’s been transformed into the European Union. The M5S want an inclusive Europe, or no Europe. The M5S will impose conditions, including the immediate scrapping of the Fiscal Compact that involves cutting public spending by 50 billion a year for two decades so as to return to the Maastritcht parameters. That’s something that would either deliver us into poverty or into the hands of the Troika with the removal of any chance of operating our own economic policies. Another condition is that eurobonds must be issued. Eurobonds are public European bonds with central backing. This will allow Italy to avoid sliding rapidly into the same situation as Greece. If the EU refuses these requests then we’ll have to leave the euro. There’s no choice. The M5S will hold a referendum for the return of the lira and and to take back our monetary sovereignty. In Europe for Italy. The European vote is also a national vote. If the M5S were to end up as the top political grouping, Napolitano wouldn’t be able to keep going with his exchange of political favours. He’ll have to dissolve Parliament and call new elections. Lift up your hearts!