Since writing the CF post in question, I have secured an English translation of the U3000 platform (titled PRINCIPI E FINALITA'), and with the kind permission of U3000 I am making this available, in PDF format, to readers of the Counter-Feminist:
For the record, I can discover nothing in this document that any reasonable person ought to find morally compromising or controversial in any way. The points are clearly thought-out, clearly laid out, and are such that whoever might wish to formulate a case against them would be arguing on difficult terrain. The authors of the U3000 platform have fashioned their statement in a way that offers no easy targets: only the scoffers, reactionaries and flingers of mud could hope to practice their craft here, but we know that such people will launch their missiles anywhere, any time, at anything at all which merely unsettles their emotions—that is par for the course!
In short, the U3000 platform has what I call a non-exceptionable surface or, as some might say, a teflon-coated surface: it is righteous and reasonable; it is limited to essentials; it is purged of the extraneous and superfluous. It offers, I submit, a robust, coherent and highly stable organizing principle for a movement—one that allows for future adaptations while at the same time putting such a clear ideological face upon the movement that no adversary can dishonestly "supply" that face by methods of willful misinterpretation or imputation.
I share Uomini3000's PRINCIPI E FINALITA' with my readers as a model for study and emulation, as a working demonstration of how politics ought to be done—even if such "politics" (thus far) extends to nothing greater than the rhetorical buzzosphere of the worldwide web. You've got to begin somewhere, and it is never too early to master your trade.