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… if we accept the explanation of the crisis in terms of concentration of power, then the project of an inclusive democracy, involving the equitable distribution of economic, political and social power, is not only a utopia, but the only way out of today's crisis whom, as one can foresee, threatens not only the current forms of social life, but life itself. This means that all the ongoing attempts to deal with the crisis … that do not include a serious effort to attack the current enormous concentration of the economic and political power are doomed to failure.
… The great problem of an emancipation policy lies in finding ways to unite the social groups forming the potential basis of the new liberation subject, to pool them around a common view of the world, around a shared paradigm that clearly attacks the current structures that continue to concentrate power at all levels and their value system.”
Takis Fotopoulos, La crisi dell’economia di crescita (The Crisis of the Growth Economy, author's note), also as quoted in Manifesto per una trasformazione radicale dell'attuale realtà economica, sociale, politica, culturale, relazionale; ovvero ipotesi di lavoro denominata: Democrazia Locale, al di là del politico, una rivoluzione dal basso (Manifesto for a radical transformation of the current economic, social, political, cultural, relational reality; namely, a working hypothesis called: Local Democracy, Beyond the Political, a Bottom−Up Revolution, author's note), 2012

“What any revolution in the world did is breaking the law, because it favours those in power and those wanting to hold it; but I believe that people, when majority, is above every law.”
Participant in the demonstrations of September 21th, 2017 in Barcelona, against arrests ordered by central government to obstruct the referendum on Catalan independence.