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warandwar
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« on: December 23, 2015, 10:52:52 am »

I think it is also positively correlated to air moisture, seeing the maps.

Well known fact that moister air correlates to less strong hegemonic power structures.
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warandwar
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« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2017, 10:43:10 am »

The CUP, Candidatura de Unidad Popular, a far-left anti capitalist party, tried to occupy the headquarters of the PP Catalonia in Barcelona. The youth wing of the party, barricaded themselves in front of the PP headquarters and tried to get in. The goal of the protest was to demand a referendum of Catalonia Independence.

The spokesperson of the party and lead figure in the party, Anna Gabriel, went to the scene to support the protest.



Regardless of their positions, these kind of acts are shameful. Sad
Why are you expecting anti- capitalists to play by the ridiculous notions of what constitutes political activity in a capitalist society?
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