RESET in action

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I haven’t forgotten about RESET. My 2007 tour will be called RESET. The meetups will be invited to bring proposals for the city and the territory to each show. It’ll be an action tour. By now we know everything (almost everything).
And we know that we have to change. That we can no longer delegate our lives to the parties. Ségolène has turned to the French calling them collective intelligence. In Italy there’s no lack of intelligence. We’re lacking in being collective.
The internet creates the collective. Knowledge creates collective.

Some information about the RESET initiatives:
- the 2007 calendar of Italy’s heroes will be downloadable from the blog for free by the end of the year
- the book ‘Modern Slaves' will be downloadable or available to buy in book form before Christmas
- the ‘Share Action’ is continuing. It’s reached 2,585 participants. Consob has formally asked me for explanations that I have supplied in the corresponding formal manner. I will form an association. It’ll take a bit of time and then we’ll be taking action.
- the electronic microscope is just about there. 290,000 Euro out of 378,000 has been collected
- the initiative to get a popular law to limit parliamentarians to two terms of office and to put their pensions on a similar footing to the rest of the country, will start in January 2007 and will continue for the whole of my RESET tour.
- the ‘tenthingstodo' and the ‘dodiciazioniincittà’ {twelve actions in the city} for our health, will be promoted through the blog and through the meetups.
- the RESET actions that you propose will be published with the possibility of a vote
- the campaign group to defend the Internet will be active by January 2007.

I’ve definitely left something out. After all this I’m exhausted. I feel as though I’ve been doing more work than 10 parliamentary commissions. And even without getting a pension after 30 months.

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We need a whole change in the mentality. I really belive that we do not need someone who will take the lead with the power, as someone suggested before (S. Hussein), 'cause I love freedom. We rather need to educate ourselves regarding civic rules and respect of the others. Freedom does not neccessarly mean caos. I deem that we should and could learn a lot from other Countries and the solutions which they took for the same problem that we have.

*You'll never find the solution of the problem looking for it in only one direction. It's the collection of different perspectives which allows you to find the way through.

Posted by: Diego Scapolan | June 1, 2007 05:41 PM


What we do not have in Italy is a person with enough balls to reset everithing:
We should borrow for a wile Saddam Hussein fron Iraquis people

Posted by: Antonio Nicolai | November 27, 2006 03:48 PM


What we do not have in Italy is a person with enough balls to reset enerithing:
We should borrow for a wile Saddam Hussein fron Iraquis people

Posted by: Antonio Nicolai | November 27, 2006 03:47 PM


Now we are talking!go beppe! go!

Posted by: evakulnura | November 27, 2006 10:04 AM


Go, Forrest, go!

Posted by: Dinogen | November 26, 2006 12:42 PM


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