In France as in Spain, part of growing youth and people can not stand the political system that leaves the choice between the xenophobic reaction and
worshipers of the deregulated economy.
any political party neither right nor left ...
they point there finger on immigrant and the poor, they want young people working for 350 € / month, during which time it decreases there bonus is
allowed rents blaze ... it can not continue.
Of course it starts with a few dozen people, then hundreds, but discussions on blogs and Internet forums were well and truly begun, and this movement
will not stop.
Whatever the term used to describe it, this movement is revolutionary. As in the Maghreb, the crowd wants reforms. Social reforms. Democratic reforms.
Political upheaval that is not guided by the rejection of Emigration. The emergence of discourse (political, media, cultural) that clearly the
people's interest in the center. Who put aside the references to "competitiveness of our economy, " which stops to make gifts to tax "wealth
creators", who have been particularly successful for thirty years to put us on the straw, by filling their pockets.
The revolution will not happen in homes, it is in the street. The revolution will not happen without the middle classes, who take advantage of the
weak instead of believing in individual success.
The progress is exactly when the Reform working with revolutionaries. To move forward we must both utopians and realists. It requires both demand and
Without losing sight of the goal must be an open, supportive, with little inequality, friendly environment.
wich us Good luck, i go tonight at la Bastille) for the revolution 2.0 I have my sleeping bag, we will be twelve friends screaming our desire for
change among thousand of others .
i will post pictures and report .
edit on 5/24/2011 by benevolent tyrant because: MOD EDIT: to correct thread title : "wich" to "wish" (also.....capitalization