27
Jun
11

Spanish revolution: If we must pay, we want to decide ourself

N.B.: This is my first post in English. I know that my grammar and my spelling is not quite good. I hope you enjoy it. 🙂

There is a lesson to learn about the Spanish Revolution –and also bout the Portuguese Revolution, the Icelandic Revolution and the Greek Revolution– that the media and the political class do not want to hear. The message is simple: if we must pay, we want to decide ourself.

This is not just a scream against corruption. This is a scream against political and economical inefficiency. People wonder why must pay a high level way of life to their leaders –including politicians, trade unions, banks, media and assurance and rate agencies– if they can not manage properly the situation. People begin to understand that all about the financial crisis is just a big swindle: they did not make their job and now they want force us to pay their mistakes, risks and inefficiency.

If we pay taxes, mortgage loans, insurances, if we work for them, for their enterprises, if we buy their products and maintain their high way of life, then we want results: we want that they lead our economy and our society in the right way. If they can not do this, if they do not know how to do this, if they can not handle the hot situations, then we want to decide ourself about our business.

That is one of the most important messages of the Spanish Revolution: if we must pay, we want to decide ourself.

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