Rosa Luxemburg 100 years later

A hundred years ago, on the night between the 15th and 16th January 1919, Rosa Luxemburg died, killed by the Freikorps at the service of the oppressive powers above, criminals instrumental to the counter-revolution, which had it clear that killing Rosa meant engaging a qualitative attack to idealism, hope, her example, the sentiment of a different and better life for women and men which she chose to live.
Remembering her means learning a passionate lesson about her extraordinary personality, it is a source of responsability and love towards life, of struggle and determination against injustices and oppressions. Rosa felt at home wherever there were clouds, birds singing and human tears, living and loving nature as part of her radical humanity. She was a revolutionary, the only one without blood on her hands, and her socialist course, despite not breaking free from the cage of revolutionary politics and scientific socialism, was unique in arising and fighting against war and nationalism, towards the conscious redemption of the underprivileged, giving way to an alternative way compared to the one which prevailed in the socialism of the XX century. Her courage is a very much needed example today.
 We have inherited the essential aspects which she offers, looking at the lessons from her life and from her commitment, and thus renewing ourselves deeply in our principles, in our aims and in the values of a liberation ideal, choosing to be different from politics in all its shapes.
We feel her endless inspiration in affirming a new humanist socialist perspective of a free and intransigent research of good in commonality.

Long live Rosa Luxemburg.