|26-08-2011, 10:45 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2008
The Spanish revolution 2011
The revolution is like the tide. Itís rising. But it comes with waves washing up and flowing back. I love this movement, I love the solidarity it has created and the hope for a future that is based on human instead of economic values. But I canít sing its praise all day. I cannot refrain from criticising things that need to be criticised.
That is the start of 3 hours of the most pleasant and heartwarming blogs ive read in years. It's a frequently updated story from one of the growing group of individuals that is marching their way to brussels.
Reports from the last days are found here.
I think everything i wanted to know about this revolution is said in the days and months before. Click the archive to read the previous updates.
This event needs attention. It has been picked up by Germans, Dutch and English protestors some proof of that is found here
In Holland Johan Oldenkamp stepped forward by writing this 'manifest'...
From Italy, England and other countrys ppl have or will start this march to brussels.
Its not organized, and not known how many people will join the march before they all arrive in Brussel october 15th.
Reading about this Spanish revolution through Oscars point of view gave me a warm feeling and lots of sympathy for those that are and will go marching.
If you like to know what its like to be a rebel in 2011 have a look and start here
http://spanishrevolution11.wordpress.com/ for the last days
or here for the story from the start
Its about people getting of their knees and started marching... to Brussels. The why and whereabouts so well written over the last months. Theyre having some difficulties now but its a feel good story, with an open ending.