Buenos dias, caballeros!

(10 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Super Hehnth


About 5,000 police officers marched through the centre of Madrid on Saturday to protest salary cuts and the thinning of their ranks as Spain grapples with its sovereign debt crisis.

The officers, who had travelled from across Spain. rallied three days after the nation was gripped by a general strike over the austerity cuts. Health and education workers have already taken part in similar marches.

“Citizens! Forgive us for not arresting those truly responsible for this crisis: bankers and politicians,” read one banner held aloft by a line of officers as they marched to the interior ministry.

Let’s face it: That’s a big step from this:


These patterns will repeat across the US, as the crisis moves from periphery to core, so this is a good portent.  

Vayamos, dag-nabbit.


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  1. Compound F

    Not fucking very.  High-five on the down-low.

  2. banger

    To someone who pissed on them? Different world over there.

  3. banger

    They believe that the reason we have trouble is that the gov’t gives too much money to lazy dark-skinned people and slutty women. At any rate they know like we should know that the plutocrats always have money to hire thugs–cops in major cities at least have a contempt for citizens.  

  4. Compound F
  5. terryhallinan

    That was the threat in Scranton, PA.  I don’t know how serious the threat was but the cops took it damn seriously.

    The cops earlier all but joined the Occupy protestors.

    And in Camden, NJ.  Well surely you know the putative Democratic nominee for governor is, has, will fire the entire police force.  Whatever.

    Tools get used.

    Best,  Terry

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