How a local police force proudly learns the latest murder and torture techniques in Israel
“Public security” training for police forces in Catalonia – or how to wage war on your own civilian population to protect the investments of bankster criminals.
May 9th. A day of action against the nationalized bankrupt BANKIA in Spain went VIRAL with hundreds of branches closed, occupied, attacked, etc.
Thousands of staff are now being fired.
Swindled customers of all ages appeared to demand their savings back
[We were there]Videos ) Bankia hit! Shares of # toqueabankia paralyzed, dozens of branches hit throughout the Spanish state Continue reading “100’s of Banks attacked, blocked, closed, picketed…”
LIVE STREAM SPANISH STRIKE
THE NIGHT OF DIGNITY AND CITIZEN INDIGNATION
The Coordinadora 25S has made public it’s support for an active participation in the General Strike called for the 14th of November. Throughout this day of mobilization and struggle, the Coordinadora will place all their endeavors, together with workers and organizations and social movements, to achieve a paralysis of the country in a Social General Strike, of production and consumption. Continue reading “General Strikes..Surround Spanish Congress..14to15 Nov”
15M, 25s, bankia, Madrid, Spanish Revolution, unity
In #globalrevolution, Sol on 28 October 2012 at 14:44
Acampada Bankia Madrid October 28Dear people,
It has been one and a half year, and let’s face it, almost all that our movement has been able to produce are assemblies and demonstrations. I’m getting tired of those. My head starts spinning if I think of all the millions and millions of man-hours spent in talking and listening to other people’s bull shit without any practical result at all. Continue reading “Spanish Revolution: Call to Occupy empty Bank property”
15M, bankia, evictions, Madrid, Spain, Spanish Revolution
Standoff at Bankia
In #globalrevolution, Sol on 26 October 2012 at 19:24
Dear people,…. After Bankia’s refusal to negotiate, the campers took action. At one o’ clock in the afternoon they occupied the Bankia franchise in Alcalà 1, at the corner of Puerta del Sol.
Police went in after them and sealed off the entrance against sympathisers and press who assembled outside.
The occupiers demanded an end to the evictions, and the right to for those at risk of eviction to stay in their houses, paying a social rent. Continue reading “Bankia occupied after Debt Suicides”