Wednesday, September 26, 2012

I predict an Economic Riot!

Demonstrators riot in Spain

Thousands of demonstrators Saturday poured into Barcelona ahead of a planned mass anti-globalization rally as European leaders wrapped a summit on economic reforms.

Posted by happy mondays @ 08:15 AM (1369 views)
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4 thoughts on “I predict an Economic Riot!

  • there should be riots in this country aimed at useless money wasting councils such as Cheshire

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  • Should cuts be made to the services of those who have worked hard for the country and have paid in for a pension all their lives or to the benefits of those who have made themselves totally unemployable? Mr Clegg has the answer…

    Perhaps we could export him to Spain?

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  • I think riots will be inevitable, with the pendulum swinging mainly one direction, people are more aware, more informed & recognize we have been taking it where the sun don’t shine for centuries..
    Spain, Greece are leading the way – where next?

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  • From Bloomberg:
    “Protests in Athens ended today after police fired tear gas in response to fire-bombs thrown by demonstrators during a strike over wage cuts and austerity that Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said are vital to keep the euro”.

    Happy Mondays could be right!

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