Resistenza Nazionale si riconosce al 100% nei 5 punti alla base del Proclama dell'ACN/AKN (Anti-Capitalist Network) per la convergenza dell'opposizione nazionale al capitalismo.
ACN/AKN POLITICAL STATEMENT
ACN/AKN (Anti-Capitalist Network) is an effort of linking the polymorfic nationalist anti-capitalist movements across Europe. It is a common ground, a free union of individuals, groups and movements who seek ways and means of opposing the dictatorship of capitalist system and neo-liberal globalization.
ACN/AKN is not a proper group or a party but an effort to widely and loosely link decentralized political actions under common points of views and that is why it has no members or representatives, chiefs or leadership. ACN/AKN could not and would not have a common policy, except the mutual agreement on the five basic directions:
1- A very clear rejection of capitalism, imperialism and globalization; our nations must refuse all trade agreements, institutions and goverments that promote destructive globalization;
2- The rejections of all forms and systems of exploitation, domination and profit. The refuse of the path of capitalist conformity that allow pseudocultural standards (like consumerism) and social obligations to control everyday life. We embrace the full dignity of all human beings, environment and living beings;
3- The need to channel widespread anger into activism rather than resignation. We need confrontational propaganda and counterinformation actions, the mixing of concepts, practices and solutions and the creation of a truly grassroots alternative to the current ugly structures of economic and social life. Show that Resistance is still alive and that a different way it’s possible!4- A call to direct action of protests (against a closure of a factory, for example, or against temporary work) and solidarity demonstration, civil disobedience and support for social movements' struggles, advocating forms of resistance which maximise respect for life and oppressed peoples' rights, as well as the construction of national and local spaces and alternatives to global capitalism.
5- An organisational philosophy with concepts based on full decentralisation and autonomy.