Starting on May 15, 2011 with an initial call in 58 Spanish cities and gathering thousands of people without the backing of any entity, political party or union, the series of peaceful protests demand a radical change in Spanish politics. From that date people have been camping out spontaneously in the main squares of Madrid, Barcelona and more than 90 other cities in Spain and in other European countries: Portugal, Greece, Germany, France…in USA...TOO.

Saturday, June 18, 2011

This is a call to the #Globalrevolution on 19 June (250 Broadway NYC)

We are the outraged, the anonymous, the voiceless. We were there, silent but alert, watching. Not gazing upward at the powers that be, but looking from side to side for the right time to unite with each other. 

No political party, association or trade union represents us. Nor do we want them to, because each and every one of us speaks for her or himself. Together, we want to design and create a world where people and nature come first, before economic interests. We want to design and build the best possible world. Together we can and we will. Unafraid 

The first sparks started to fly in the Arabic countries, where thousands of people took over streets and squares, reminding their governments where the real power lies. The Icelanders followed, taking to the streets to speak their mind and decide their future. And it wasn’t long before Spaniards occupied squares in neighborhoods, towns and cities. Now the flame is swiftly spreading through France, Greece, Portugal, Italy and Turkey, and the cries of peaceful demonstrators echo across America and Asia, where new movements are cropping up everywhere. Only a global revolution can confront global problems. The time has come for the woman and man in the street to take back their public spaces to debate and build a new future together. 

This is a call to the #Globalrevolution on 19 June. We're calling on people everywhere to peacefully occupy public squares and create spaces for debate, assembly and reflection. It's our duty to reclaim the public arena and together forge the kind of world we want to live in. 

Take the square!!! Take the streets!!! #Globalrevolution

People of the World, rise up!!! 

Spanish Revolution It’s Time to Fly:



What can I do?

It’s time for the people of the world to take the street!
It’s time to build a better world together!
We invite you to distribute this call through every channel you can think of. One good idea is that you send this international calling to every social organizations that you know in your country. Look for social centres, citizens’ collectives, neighbours associations… not only in your zone but the entire country (internet is your friend) and make sure it arrives. Also send it to those collective’s mail lists.
And it’d be cool too if you spread the word among creatives collectives or any creative people you may know. We are interested in putting creatives together to generate art/communication for #GlobalrEvolution.
Creatives Web:
Start spreading it now! The next global demonstration is near: 6/19 (19-June)
Way more will come soon.
We are everyone, so we can’t be stop. We want it peaceful, we want it joyful. we WANT it.
Thanks for your attention !

1 comment:

  1. #spanishrevolution. ¿Hacia la fortaleza?. Todos en la calle. En el camino del cambio constitucional: la Asamblea Democrática Constituyente. Las causas ignoradas del paro. Rebelión ante los desahucios. El Pacto del Euro. El acoso al movimiento 15-M. Idea del Deutsche Bank: caída de Grecia y efecto dominó. La infamia informativa. Otro policía secreta pillado. La guerra secreta en España. Supremo de Wisconsin contra los trabajadores. Ver:
    [Towards the strength?. Everyone in the street. On the path of constitutional change: the Constitutional Democratic Assembly. Ignored the causes of unemployment. Rebellion against the evictions. The Pact of the Euro. Harassment motion 15-M. Idea of Deutsche Bank: Fall of Greece and the domino effect. Infamy informative. Another secret police caught. The secret war in Spain. Wisconsin Supreme against the workers. View:]