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Post time 2012-8-31 19:29:34 |Display all floors
sansukong Post time: 2012-8-31 19:17
One does not fly a kite in the midst of a violent storm.

We don't fly kites in Spain, nor do we have violent storms... what have you been smoking???

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Post time 2012-9-1 00:59:21 |Display all floors

RE: A New Run On The Banks? Spaniards Pulling Cash Out At Record Rates

RealMadrid1 Post time: 2012-8-31 15:44
You don't know xit about the situation in Spain, damned media parrot.... SQWARK, SQWARK, SQWARK.....
We don't fly kites in Spain, nor do we have violent storms... what have you been smoking???

Thick smoke hung in the air from plastic bins set alight by protestors chased by police, ...........


Spain’s growing crisis: police fire rubber bullets at Madrid crisis protest
Posted on July 20, 2012




July 19, 2012 – SPAIN - Spanish police fired rubber bullets and charged protestors in central Madrid early Friday at the end of a huge demonstration against economic crisis measures. Thick smoke hung in the air from plastic bins set alight by protestors chased by police, who hit them with batons when some tried to reach the heavily-guarded parliament at the end of a mostly peaceful march. AFP reporters at the scene said dozens of protestors lingered, some throwing bottles at police, near the Puerta del Sol, the big square at the heart of the city where a march of hundreds of thousands wound up late Thursday. A police official told AFP that officers arrested seven people and six people were injured. Earlier, workers protesting against crisis pay cuts and tax hikes filled the streets of several Spanish cities, yelling and whistling in anger as they branded the government’s latest crisis measures ‘robbery.’ They were the latest and biggest in an almost daily series of protests that erupted last week when Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced measures to save 65 billion euros ($80 billion) and slash the public deficit. Among the steps is a cut to the Christmas bonus paid to civil servants, equivalent to a seven-percent reduction in annual pay. This came on top of a pay cut in 2010, which was followed by a salary freeze. “There’s nothing we can do but take to the street. We have lost between 10 and 15 percent of our pay in the past four years,” said Sara Alvera, 51, a worker in the justice sector, demonstrating in Madrid. “These measures won’t help end the crisis.” Spain is struggling with its second recession in four years and an unemployment rate of more than 24 percent. –Yahoo News
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Post time 2012-9-1 02:44:38 |Display all floors
sansukong Post time: 2012-9-1 00:59
Spain’s growing crisis: police fire rubber bullets at Madrid crisis protest
Posted on July 20 ...

SQWARK, SQWARK, goes the media parrot...... do no checks to verify or validate what you post, good parrot.... SQWARK, SQWARK!!

I live here, what you posted is some left-wing media BS...... you failed again you PARROT!

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Post time 2012-9-1 03:46:02 |Display all floors

RE: A New Run On The Banks? Spaniards Pulling Cash Out At Record Rates

RealMadrid1 Post time: 2012-9-1 01:44
SQWARK, SQWARK, goes the media parrot...... do no checks to verify or validate what you post, good ...

Looks like you are the kind who can't face reality. You see not, You hear not and You speak not.
Thousands demonstrate in Spain against pay cuts, tax hikesUpdated: 2012-07-20 07:04(Xinhua)

MADRID - Thousands of people demonstrated in major Spanish cities on Thursday evening against the measures of pay cuts and tax hikes passed by the parliament.


A protester holds up a sign, which reads: "Tax objection", during a march against austerity measures in Barcelona July 19, 2012. [Photo/Agencies]


Unions organized more than 80 demonstrations across the country, local media reported.

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced the new measures last week, which aim to save 65 billion euros ($80 billion) in order to cut the public deficit.

The measures were finally approved in the parliament on Thursday.

They include the increase of the value added tax on products including cinema and theater tickets, which Spanish film star Javier Bardem, who joined the protest Thursday, said are ruining Spain's cultural sector.

In efforts to stabilize Spain's public finances, the government also cut unemployment benefits and raised sales tax.

But the economic measures have not helped to reduce pressure on the Spanish stock market.

The risk premium finished the session in the IBEX-35 stock market in Madrid at 579 points, setting a new record at closing time.

The interest rate of the Spanish 10-year bond remained above 7 percent, which is considered unsustainable in the long run.





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Post time 2012-9-1 12:04:38 |Display all floors
sansukong Post time: 2012-9-1 03:46
Looks like you are the kind who can't face reality. You see not, You hear not and You speak not.
T ...

I can see with my own eyes, whereas you sit there, "cut & pasting" BS about rubber bullets from some sensationalist yahoo pretending to be a journalist, and spreading your lies and propoganda from you little bamboo cell.

YES, there were protests, but the other stuff is cr@p.

Now STFU and go away and do your work for MPOC.

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