Spain’s People Govern Themselves In The State’s Absence

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to a 20 year local of Barcelona about the hopeful changing social economic conditions. The recent economic disaster in Spain has caused austerity measures and the people to rely less on the government and more on themselves.
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7 Comments on "Spain’s People Govern Themselves In The State’s Absence"

  1. Rhoid Rager | Jun 12, 2014 at 9:57 pm |

    Do we really have to wait until the parasites start parasitizing themselves? Yet, it does speak volumes about how peaceful and complacent our species is… loyalty to each other in the most abstract forms always outweighs violent upheaval–even if such loyalty sometimes directly leads to violence. These rich fuckers already know this, even though they’ve been trying to convince us for hundreds of years that we actually required governance, otherwise life will be ‘nasty, brutish and short.’

  2. The title is very misleading, not to mention hyperbolic. More like a few pockets of resistance are barely managing to hold onto a few squats in the face official indifference and hostility.

    • MellissaFountaineba | Jun 14, 2014 at 2:33 am |

      until I saw the paycheck which said $8694 , I didn’t
      believe that my sister was like trully erning money part time on there
      computar. . there friends cousin had bean doing this for only thirteen months
      and resantly repayed the dept on their home and bought themselves a Infiniti .
      check out the post right here F­i­s­c­a­l­p­o­s­t­.­C­O­M­

  3. Anarchy Pony | Jun 13, 2014 at 2:00 am |
  4. Monstruita Mutante | Jun 13, 2014 at 6:30 am |

    I would love it to be true, but it isn´t (for the moment).

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