The son of a woman dedicated to espionage for a brief time, and a man converted - of heart - to anarcho-communism, Adoni soon found by himself, and in solidarity with others, the keys from which to protect the life committed to the change in social justice that he wanted to see.
From his secondary years in the film critics club, to his encounter with the communist militants in his first job at Pegaso, Adoni took a leap into what would be a life away from acceptance and comfort. A life no short of beatings, arrests, fines and incarceration proceedings that almost ended his life, but that educated him in the fight and respect for all other individuals.
From his journey, stands out a word and a means to be an active member of the party– solidarity – as well as his encounter with the feminists and the profound transformation that it brings to his understanding of the fight and human relations. The same one that to this day, he applies to his life, in which the possibility of being again arrested is part of the decision to be a channel and a witness for the new generations.
I am a revolutionary due to the working class, not ahead nor behind, just with it. I have been a production manager in a company and I have taken part in strikes with everyone else.
The young generations admire us very much from the sentimental side, but not so much from an objective side; no, I don’t think they understand. Our mission is to leave a witness for them. We are the little ember that can reignite the fire.
But they are the flame. They have to build their society and we should not impose on them our reality because theirs will be a different one. For now, I am happy to help make sure that the path that others started and I followed, can continue.