We are Radar 5:11. Watch out fascists and racists: radars listen to you and know you. We’re your worst nightmare.

Negli ultimi giorni, nella nostra città, è successa una cosa particolare: sul settimanale dei preti è comparso un articolo d’opinione firmato dal responsabile della rivista.

I Radar 5:11 (Stefano, Marco, Jacopo, Pietro ed Emanuele), VOGLIONO prendere le distanze da quanto riportato nell’editoriale, in quanto non si sentono minimamente rappresentati da quanto espresso. Ancora prima di dichiarare qualsiasi appartenenza politica o orientamento religioso, crediamo che le notizie espresse tramite i media, specialmente quando questi rappresentano terze parti (in questo caso l’intera comunità diocesana) debbano essere vere e rappresentative delle parti interessate: derubricare le morti nel Mediterraneo, aumentare falsamente il senso di insicurezza, appoggiare la cittadinanza armata… diffondere notizie manipolate per un vantaggio elettorale è qualcosa di inaccettabile.

Per l’espressione di pareri personali, siano essi più o meno condivisi e condivisibili, esistono altri canali.

Noi suoniamo per l’accoglienza, l’ecologismo razionale, per i diritti dei più deboli. Chi ritiene questi valori negoziabili, può andare allegramente a farsi fottere.

15 March, Radar will strike for the future!

Climate change is the worst and most relevant threat for our children’s life. We decided to join the cause of millions of students all around the world.
Tomorrow, we’ll be in Carpi with our families.

All of us should join to global strike. But some of our politicians doesn’t agree, like Mr. Bussetti, minister of education: he said that students must go to school tomorrow. Those people should shut up and fuckoff, because climate change is a responsibility of our politicians.

Tomorrow will be the beginning of a new course, of a new generation. Will you be there?

We must protest inaction on climate change

Some of Radar’s players have children. All of us are aware of the planet devastation that climate change has started.

Climate change is a human responsibility. It’s human responsibility to stop it for next generations. For our children and grandchildren.

That’s why we decided to support Greta Thunberg’s fight. And you should too.

“Because if climate change has to stop, then we must stop it. It is black and white. There are no grey areas when it comes to survival. Either we continue as a civilisation or we don’t. One way or another, we have to change.”

In next months, EU parliament will be renewed: we must push politicians and scientists to do something to stop global warming.

Follow Greta, all of us have a lot to learn from her determination: