Spanish Revolution 2012…..and YOU

  • Posted September 26, 2012

Did you know the beginnings of Revolution have begun in Spain? You may have never heard such a thing if you still live in the realm of mainstream media. But it is there. Currently, it looks more like a protest, but the protest has been coined as the “Spanish Revolution,” and for good reason. Day-by-day it is becoming increasingly organized and violent. Though net YET at the fever pitch of an actual all-out revolution, it is definitely something to watch. The world is a powder keg right now, and any slight event could light the fuse without much warning…..the threat of Spanish Revolution 2012 is just one of them.

Spanish Revolution 2012 Origination

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from May 2011

The ‘Spanish Revolution 2012’ roots can be traced back to the 15-M Movement which was started on May 15, 2011. As time has gone by, people from different ideologies have joined in. The recurring theme is that “ordinary people” are pissed off at “the political, economic and social” structure which allows for “political corruption, entrepreneurs, bankers ” to treat them as second class citizens.

It is people with nothing to lose, and as Gerald Celente has said many times, “When people have nothing left to lose, they lose it.” Expect to see a whole lot more people ‘losing it’ as we move ahead. The same problems faced in Spain can be found in the rest of Europe and most of the world.

Amid recent calls for Catalonian Independence, the ‘Spanish Revolution 2012’ continued it’s swell on September 25, 2012 as Spanish Parliament was surrounded by a sea of people. Dozens were arrested, even more dozens were injured.


Keep your head – You don’t have a right to ‘X’, You have the right to PURSUE ‘X’

surround sound | Spanish Revolution 2012 | www.procinctu.infoIn both Spanish Revolution 2012 and Occupy, there is a disturbing pro-socialist vibe and equally troublesome anti-capitalist sentiment. How we got here is not really capitalism at all, but a form of fascism or cronyism. Of course, there are many in the movement who think it’s their right to have a home, an education, a job, and money. But, that is not so. Who OWES you all of those things? The government? How will the government provide for all for those things? Answer: they will have to take it from someone else. Instead, the fight should be for the ability to PURSUE a home, an education, a job, and money.

That ability to ‘pursue’ IS hampered. Using OUR MONEY, we see governments

  • bail out big banks
  • make sweetheart deals with their friends
  • enact debasement policies to pay debts
  • engage in destructive foreign policy
  • provide foreign aid to enemies

Then they use higher taxation to keep their fun time going, if only just a little while longer. Altogether, that amounts to massive amounts of capital we could be using to PURSUE our dreams and not buy some sycophant another G6 or a lazy bum another beer.

So yes, Spanish Revolution 2012, this current system is very corrupt. But be mindful of what just what it is that some want to replace it with. You could end up limiting your ultimate individual potential just to secure a couple of guarantees. Whether you agree with the premise of everyone involved is beside the point. To recognize what is taking place, and prepare for the ramifications should be your goal.

Quick examples.

These situations could spur bank holidays….have cash and gold/silver on hand.

Protesters could disrupt commerce and block shipping lanes…..have a stockpile of food.

Law enforcement may be limited…..train your family in proper gun handling and self defense.

And yes, standing up for something is noble and all, but carefully gauge which events are smart to attend, and which are not. You are no good in a detention cell, or worse, dead. Those are just a few general simple preparations.

Future for the US

As was stated above, the issues facing Spain are not unique to Spain. The United States is not immune from the tumult, in fact, something much larger than a Tea Party or Occupy may be closer than you think. Consider that the US has been able to kick the can down the road because of the petrodollar and reserve currency status. But by kicking the can down the road, they have made the eventual crises that much worse. It would have been best to let the system reset in 2008.

Just a few reasons for the Spanish discontent and Spanish Revolution 2012 is the banking bailouts and unemployment. Also, lately we have seen austerity measures and cut backs on spending, like a 60% reduction on coal mining subsidies. Miners have subsequently marched on the capital.

Bank bailouts – The Main Culprit
Failing is the first step in learning. How many times have you heard to ‘learn from your mistakes’ or ‘learn from failure?’ That’s natural law which the government violated by bailing out the untouchable banks and NOT letting them fail. Unfortunately, we will all pay the price for it. Our failure in holding them accountable will be a costly lesson for all of us. WE let them bail out the banks, and we follow it up by sitting in the street?

Spain points to an unemployment rate of around 25% as one of the many reasons for their action. In the US, ShadowStats reports the REAL unemployment rate to be around 23%. Both of those numbers compete with unemployment in the 1930’s during the United States’ Great Depression.

While the current US administration still gets away with its ‘guaranteed loans for friends’ policy as de facto subsidization, there are many other forms of subsidization in as well. Agriculture, oil companies, and green energy all have big businesses that live off the government tit. What will happen when the money stops flowing? When confidence is lost in the US dollar, how can such deals continue? What about medicare, social security, medicaid, welfare, and food stamps? Clearly, the austerity measures soon to come to America will make Spain look like child’s play.



Spain fountain | Spanish Revolution 2012 | www.procinctu.infoAgain, corruption is evil and has infiltrated all levels of society, so we hate corruption. But we also hate communism and any other -ism that takes from someone to give to someone else.

Above, a couple of examples were given to help you and your family prepare for the events unfolding. One thing that really doesn’t do anything to help you is to go and lay in the street. It also doesn’t help you to bash in store windows of a business, though Spanish Revolution 2012 hasn’t had that problem….yet. Yes, sure there are provocateurs, so not all in the movement are to blame. But having a sit-in on the road or throwing a rock at an ice cream store does nothing but make for good dramatic video. You know the good ole, “Why are you hitting me with a baton, I’m just sitting on the road?!”  We know you are really on the road just so you can get hit with a baton.

Breaking Xavi’s Ice Cream store window will not earn you an education or a house. Sitting in the street will not get you a job.

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Real Silver.

Instead of sitting on the street in protest, why not exit the system in protest? What if the protesters just said ‘Screw it’ and converted all of their money to gold and silver? Then who would be left to use the fiat debt dollars? Let the banking cabal have their money. If no one used it or had it, from who would they steal it? Do you really think there enough of the cabal to go house to house and take silver and gold from you?

But no, the ‘exit the system’ strategy won’t happen, we will protest by sitting in the street and we will break storefronts. A very poor allocation of energy and resources.

How do YOU plan on protesting the corruption? Remember, this is only the beginning. Plan accordingly.

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