On July 1st, 2015, Spain officially became a police state. There’s simply no other way to put it. The “gag law” passed late last year went into effect on that date, and if you still have any doubt about how extreme and oppressive these laws are, let’s take a quick look at a summary published by The Local:
1) Fines for protesting
Under the new law, anyone who organizes or takes part in an “unauthorized protest” could be fined between €30,000 and €600,000 if the protest takes part near institutions such as the Spanish parliament.
2) Distrupting public events
Disrupting events such as public speeches, sports events or religious ceremonies could face fines of between €600 and €300,000.
The Spanish tradition of getting together with mates for outdoor drinking sessions looks to be officially over – drinking in public will be hit with fines of €600 under the new law. And teenagers won’t escape – Parents will be held responsible for the payment of their offsprings’ fines.
4) Social media activism
Using Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to call on people to protest will be fined under the new law, an attempt to put paid to the spontaneous protests that have proved very powerful in building the indignado movement.
5) Photographing police
People will be fined for taking unauthorized photographs of the police, a measure introduced with the argument that being publically identified could put officers and their families in danger.
Street Democracy writes:
You cannot beat respect into someone-expect it to remain organically for a happy futuristic society!
Are the Spanish Police being used as some inquisitorial vengeance against the common population to dare question today’s draconian infrastructure’s authority?
It is a damnable atrocity towards any form of social democracy, against communities, nation states to inflict violent aggression to maintain social order.
Police States are evil with intense brilliancy of placing fear into the hearts and minds of people, that is mostly innately decent people.
I see democracy hanging on by a mere thread in most places where democracy is claimed to be exercised.
If enough people get involved, you’ll maybe get a form of democratic systems play, otherwise draconian loss of rights enshrined into law, the police, the authority will do its best with crushing dominance to silence and disempower.
Police are wrong to smash, obliterate freedoms, pulverising the mind sets of those wishing to speak out against government, as democracy dictates too.
We cannot stand the stance of tolerance towards being threatened with a severe beating by police officers because psychopathic elites fear public uprising.
We should not live in fear against such brutality and harsh punishing state rules.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
‘Three boys were murdered by members of a VIP paedophile gang operating from the luxury Dolphin Square flats complex frequented by MPs and other dignitaries, it has been claimed.
It was said one lad aged 10 or 11 had been deliberately mown down with a car while another was said to have been strangled by a Tory MP.
A witness, named only Nick, made the allegations to London’s Metropolitan Police last year – sparking a murder inquiry named Operation Midland.’
Street Democracy writes:
The vile UK government MP protection racket is loud, clear and obvious beyond reason.
What is certain is our political infrastructure is hiding sexually immoral sinister minds of severe depravities only harvested by psychopaths.
Who else can rip into a child, destroy their bodies, their minds and their lives for sexual gratification and not give a damn about it?
Where is the mass media frenzy over the safety of our children, of these abandoned children, and of our political leaders abusing them?
Debauchery at its most finest, of an elite structure of hidden avenues to satisfy their morbidly unhealthy truly wanton sick and twisted fantasies is in some deep operational mechanism.
There are body guards who know. There are body guards who see, hear and stand guard. Where are they?
A salacious most vicious intrusion into a child’s life is being sacrificed on an industrial scale, it is the disintegration of our society in its most abstract form.
To molest a child, indecently assault and sexually rape is descending into most evil, most foul of play a human being can sink too.
We must no longer stand the stance of toleration.
This is a corrupt political infrastructure deeply embedded in the minds of predators with total disregard to a child’s life.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.
The naive belief that history is linear, that moral progress accompanies technical progress, is a form of collective self-delusion. It cripples our capacity for radical action and lulls us into a false sense of security. Those who cling to the myth of human progress, who believe that the world inevitably moves toward a higher material and moral state, are held captive by power. Only those who accept the very real possibility of dystopia, of the rise of a ruthless corporate totalitarianism, buttressed by the most terrifying security and surveillance apparatus in human history, are likely to carry out the self-sacrifice necessary for revolt.
The yearning for positivism that pervades our corporate culture ignores human nature and human history. But to challenge it, to state the obvious fact that things are getting worse, and may soon get much worse, is to be tossed out of the circle of magical thinking that defines American and much of Western culture. The left is as infected with this mania for hope as the right. It is a mania that obscures reality even as global capitalism disintegrates and the ecosystem unravels, potentially dooming us all.
The 19th century theorist Louis-Auguste Blanqui, unlike nearly all of his contemporaries, dismissed the belief, central to Karl Marx, that human history is a linear progression toward equality and greater morality. He warned that this absurd positivism is the lie perpetrated by oppressors: “All atrocities of the victor, the long series of his attacks are coldly transformed into constant, inevitable evolution, like that of nature. … But the sequence of human things is not inevitable like that of the universe. It can be changed at any moment.” He foresaw that scientific and technological advancement, rather than being a harbinger of progress, could be “a terrible weapon in the hands of Capital against Work and Thought.” And in a day when few others did so, he decried the despoiling of the natural world. “The axe fells, nobody replants. There is no concern for the future’s ill health.”
‘The most damning aspersion that can be lobbed against any person, or the exposure of “secret government activity,” overwhelmingly is “Conspiracy Theorist.” That pejorative ‘handle’ is equated with imbecile mind-activity with aspersions often suggested as ‘tin hat wearers’. Well, step aside all you doubters and listen up carefully to what took place in the halls of Congress on May 14, 2014 regarding the weather modification system known as HAARP.
In the YouTube below Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) asks some pointed questions about HAARP. However, readers may not be surprised at the answers, but the mainstream media ought to be wiping oodles of egg yolk from its collective face.’
‘The timing of the extraordinary May 2015 rain events in Texas, occurring just prior to the July 15th commencement of the unparalleled military exercise JADE HELM 15, cannot be coincidental. As the 1000-year flood slowly makes its way across the state, one question emerges — was it a manmade or natural weather event?
If the satellite imagery* has anything to say about this freakish statewide deluge, it is that something is very wrong with this picture, as well as with the following images.’
‘People across the country will be taking part in a different kind of protest – on the day of the state opening of Parliament.
May 27 will be the first National Switch Off Day, when thousands of people have already pledged to stop using gas and electricity, and stop shopping in non-local shops for 24 hours.
Organised by a varied group of campaigners, this will be the first in a series of multi-issue actions that will take place once a month. Reasons for taking part range from keeping the NHS public and tackling issues like overpriced parking in hospitals, to stopping benefit cuts, to issues affecting vulnerable people and their carers such as the cold weather benefits to the elderly, to keeping the Human Rights Act, to stopping fracking – and mostly that all members of the general public get a voice in matters that concern them.’