Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

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Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by *WillEase* » Sun Jul 15, 2012 9:10 am

Just for the record, I didn't call anyone a fool.

The bailout itself also threatens to make Spain’s situation even worse. The money won’t be going straight from Brussels to Spain’s banks. Instead, the Spanish government will borrow the money and then loan it to the banks. This means the bailout will add to Spain’s sovereign debt—not a good idea when you’re in a sovereign debt crisis.

Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by mykingdomforthetruth » Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:24 pm

A couple of hundred thousand spanish people could take out the government and put their own common sense and local government in power tell europe to fuck off and rebuild their economy .. Its the same everywhere all these monkeys in suits talk about is globalisation.... Globalisation is killing economys they dont realise the economy relies on small buisnesses not mega corps .. or they do realise it but dont give a shit .. They have put millions of people on the streets and made record profits for mega corps ...((( pat on the back or hanged from a tree ??)))) you decide, Apparently im a fool

Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by Shaggietrip » Sat Jul 14, 2012 10:21 pm

Here is my thoughts.

If I was at a "peaceful" protest and some one came at me with a baton I would have no choice but defend myself. The day that people whom defend themselves go to these events, is the day it gets really bad. Win or lose if people feel shit is bad then they should stand up for what is "right" [using right loosely].


Say I am a fool I have been called worse.




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Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by *WillEase* » Sat Jul 14, 2012 6:12 pm


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A slew of new cuts have led to a fresh eruption of public anger and protest in Spain. But rallies quickly turned violent - when police charged and beat demonstrators while firing rubber bullets. More than 70 people were injured in the clashes. The austerity cuts driving the trouble include tax hikes, and the promise of painful pension changes. But the protesters say they're being made to pay for the mistakes of politicians and bankers. The measures were demanded by Spain's EU creditors - who've pledged Madrid a vital bailout for crippled Spanish banks. RT's Anissa Naouai talks to Gonzalo Lira, founder of the LiraSPG.com crisis planning organization.

Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by Djpakkal » Sat Jul 14, 2012 4:17 pm

mykingdomforthetruth wrote:when are the people going to finally realise peacefull protest gets them nowhere ? why are they running away from the cops they outnumber the cops 50 to 1 ? if they wanted to they could wipe the cops out ... why stand there with a cammera phone filming the cops batter 1 person when you should be wading in and helping that person get away ? 1 day they might just realise the true power of the people but by then there will be no soverignty left anywhere, Sad just fucking sad


An eye for an eye doesn't work, the people will loose at the end , for that the corporations are to deep in our minds , day living ect. Instead fucking BOYCOTT. It is easy and if you take a product (like boycotting all the product of monsanto) and you spreat the word to the people who love eating vegetables , like every one likes to eat these days (cause they think it is healthy) especially those people are easy to convince and trust me , im doing it already here for years now and i know a lot of people who follow it because the fact is truth. It is a fact that those companies don't think about the health of the people only 'to bring a product on the market that sells good, and if people die from it who gives a fuck" Well i love my children and we do give a fuck. So join us, start to boycott and spread the truth about these products , they will feel it in a few years trust me. :banana:

Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by Tjahzi » Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:23 am

mykingdomforthetruth wrote:when are the people going to finally realise peacefull protest gets them nowhere ? why are they running away from the cops they outnumber the cops 50 to 1 ? if they wanted to they could wipe the cops out ... why stand there with a cammera phone filming the cops batter 1 person when you should be wading in and helping that person get away ? 1 day they might just realise the true power of the people but by then there will be no soverignty left anywhere, Sad just fucking sad


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Re: Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by mykingdomforthetruth » Sat Jul 14, 2012 9:32 am

when are the people going to finally realise peacefull protest gets them nowhere ? why are they running away from the cops they outnumber the cops 50 to 1 ? if they wanted to they could wipe the cops out ... why stand there with a cammera phone filming the cops batter 1 person when you should be wading in and helping that person get away ? 1 day they might just realise the true power of the people but by then there will be no soverignty left anywhere, Sad just fucking sad

Hundreds clash with riot police in Spain

Post by *WillEase* » Sat Jul 14, 2012 8:22 am


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Hundreds of protesters have clashed with riot police in Madrid over the new set of austerity measures. One person suffered a broken nose and three people were arrested. The protesters demonstrated on Friday evening outside the People's Party offices of Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy before clashing with riot police, AP reports. Police used batons to prevent the crowds from getting too close to the Socialist Workers' Party headquarters. The latest round of protests comes only two days after the previous unrest, when at least 76 people were injured in clashes, many by rubber bullets used by police. The injured included 33 police officers and 43 protesters -- mostly miners and their supporters.

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