Occupy Wall Street a.k.a. The Spanish Revolution

By | October 9, 2011

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  1. JAUME

    Me deja usted sin palabras, está tirando por tierra la lucha de millones de personas a nivel mundial, el “15-M” que es como llamamos aquí a la protesta nació del bipartidismo político que tenemos en España, los dos grandes partidos políticos tanto el socialista como el de derechas favorecen a los bancos y instituciones monetarias mientras que a los ciudadanos nos ahogan con impuestos, recortes y subidas de precios. Es muy fácil hablar desde su silla, pero si no conoce realmente la situación española ni el movimiento ocupacionista del “15-M” le ruego que no nos insulte llamándonos egoístas o niños enojados, porque es usted el que habla sin tener ni idea, cosa que no es muy profesional.

  2. Ford

    Mr.Mitchell: you just don’t know how clueless you are. But let me, as a spaniard, enlighten you a little bit.

    1. The party actually running the government in Spain is the Socialist Party.

    2. Among other things, protesters are against the Socialist Party (against the Popular Party too)

    3. Given that, how difficult would you say it is for the protesters being socialist?…

    … Gee, I’d say it’s RATHER difficult.

  3. Indignada

    ¿socialist movement? I think that you don’t understand anything about the “spanish revolution”…

  4. Anonymous

    You’re kidding right? Please tell us you’re kidding. “Wakey – Wakey” is my response: “Where is the respect for the nation and Constitution that protects that right? No Pledge of Allegiance, no National Anthem, not even a tip of the hat to the flag at sun-up or sunset — nothing.”

    Watch for hat-tips & salutes after we’ve taken back our estranged government and it’s flag; it’s been corrupted and co-opted by the greed of the 1%, its corporate vehicles and politicians.

  5. STEPHANIE

    EN MI PAÍS QUE LA POBREZA CAMINA EN LAS CALLES CON CARA DE DESOCUPADOS, DE PROFESIONALES SIN TRABAJO, CON ESTUDIANTES QUE QUIEREN TRABAJAR Y NO LO CONSIGUEN, CON LA CORRUPCIÓN QUE ESTA NUESTRO LADO SIN QUE PODAMOS HACER NADA PORQUE LOS MAS CORRUPTOS SON : POLÍTICOS, MILITARES Y POLICÍAS BANQUEROS CHULQUEROS QUE NO HACE NADA POR EL DESARROLLO DEL PAÍS, TENIENDO LOS SUELDO MAS ALTOS , CON EL TEMOR DE QUE NOS DESAPAREZCAN CUAL UN ANIMAL QUE CAMINA EN LA CALLE.

    ALTO A TODO ESTA INMUNDICIA, QUE NOS TIENE CON EL AGUA HASTA EL CUELLO, BASTA YA QUE DESAPAREZCAN TODOS ELLOS…