Comments on: Spain’s spontaneous street revolution What makes a great picture? Thu, 18 Aug 2016 11:13:37 +0000 hourly 1 By: osselin Wed, 15 Jun 2011 20:58:33 +0000 I think “The Incensed” is more exact word. Indignant is a normal degree, incensed is a superlative and the indignation in Spain is superlative.

The problem is that there is no leader in this movement.
The problem is that there is no political party becomed from this movement.
The problem is that ther is no political party that could be enough courageous for incorporate their aims.
The problem is that if a political party accept their aims, Constitution must be strongly touched for achieve them. And for their aims in economics must exit an international consensus in all Parliaments around Europe and USA.

In fact, unfortunetly, this movement will end and will be remind as a gigantic performance neo-Mai-68, neo-hippie.

Is no time for anarchic, even caotic demomstrations.
I agreed with the first weeks. I, even, remembered my young times against Franco but…after demonstration, action. And this action must have a political form, needs a apropiated way in the Parliament.

Well. maybe we can be optimistic and all “Indignados” demonstrations are a gigantic seed that it hasn’t grow yet.

(Excuse my English)