Of expat bloggers, Tom‘s revolutionary armchair is rumoured to be in a van, Mathew of this Parris is too worried about the imminent (2014) revaluation of his stately home, but Colin and Lost seem to think that direct action may in this case work better than parliament democracy. That may be true, but self-proclaimed saviours of humanity and homeland do not always agree, and I wonder whether C&L’s enthusiasm would be damped if the undoubted success of the anti-PP mob over the past decade were to be imitated by those, for example, who would like to close abortion clinics, or who resent having shooting targets painted on their front doors for daring to suggest that Spanish should enjoy de facto official status in the regions.
- End of an affair?
Catalan Europhilia seems to be decreasing as contact with European institutions increases.
- Moment suprême of last night’s mini-botellón
After struggling for 10 minutes, a well-dressed young man manages to set fire to a container just off Carmen, steps back,
- Mysteries of Spanish politics (67)
Two elderly Catalan working class men in a bar: –Democracy is a disaster. It’s just another name for permissiveness. –I don’t agree with
- Vote for the Jerez pronoun party
I suppose that the use of “their” followed by “you” at the beginning of these parking fine instructions can be explained
- A government out of touch with the general interest
Says David Maeztu re the anti-Yankee, but far more widely applicable, IP reform. The desertion of public opinion by both PP