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What is happening in Spain?
iberia | community struggles | opinion / analysis Tuesday August 21, 2012 08:30 by José Luis Carretero
Today "Cunning Hired Knaves" publishes the first part of the beehive-report about the current Spanish situation, with brief articles of Jorge Moruno, Ramón Espinar, Juan Domingo Sánchez Estop, Pablo Bustinduy, José Luis Carretero Miramar, Jesús Gómez Gutiérrez, Lola Matamala and Jónatham F. Moriche Vázquez, -the responsible-, with the excelent (as usual) translation of the comrade Richard McAleavey.
The heat beats down on the asphalt in the streets of Madrid, but this is not just one more torrid summer. The temperature is high, indeed, getting higher all the time, but this can't simply be blamed on the Sky King. Now, in the middle of August, the streets also burn with the railworkers' strike, the taxi drivers' protests, the public servant demonstrations, the ever more explicit expressions of a multitude that has had its fill of betrayals and unanswered aggression.
José Luis Carretero