Protests in Spain: Against Bipartisanship, For Minority Parties
Turns out there’s some really interesting protests going on in Spain right now, with the major squares in Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia all occupied for days by protester villages, despite police pressure to leave. The ’15th of May’ movement, according to many, is against any of the major parties currently in power, particularly the main 2-3, and it’s being seen as a general call for a break with business as usual, bipartisanship rule by the two major political parties that are simply two flavors of the same, and expanded rights for minority parties. With major elections in two days, could lead to big changes. For more info, check out El Pais.
Basically, a search for another way. If only things like that were happening here, where our Democrat-Republican stranglehold on the government keeps Wall Street and monopoly capitalism in firm control of everything . . .