The reconquest of Puerta del Sol — in pictures

by Jerome Roos on July 25, 2011

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This weekend, tens of thousands of indignados marched through Madrid and re-occupied Puerta del Sol. Here are some of our favorite pictures.

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ElPezcuezo July 26, 2011 at 04:42

Hola Jerome,
Te saluda ELPEZCUEZO desde Ecuador! Visitanos y estemos en contacto. Su blog esta buenisimo!!! Nos interesaría mucho poder colaborar y que nos colaboren ustedes en crecer el alcance de este tipo de espacios.

Un abrazo fraterno e indignado!

ElPEZCUEZO, Quito-Ecuador


Nadim July 26, 2011 at 07:01

Unbelievable man! I wish I could have been there! Thank you for posting these pictures, makes me feel like I’m not too separated from everything.


Joaquin Prieto November 23, 2011 at 18:06

Pués, adonde sea que consigais empreender algo, la derecha termina ganándose aún más poder. España y Egipto son dos ejemplos, y en Libia ahora son las petroleras angloestadunidenses que controlan todo – antes había chinos y rusos. ¿Que diablos de revolución global es esta que empodera a los que ya tienen poder demasiado? En Latinoamerica sirve para hacer frente a gobiernos progresistas legitimamente elegidos (Ecuador, Brasil – Chile es la excepción por ser derecha). Lo hubiesen planeado mejor …
So, wherever you manage to do something, right wing parties gain still more power. That was the case of Spain and Egypt (now ruled by military) and now libyan oil goes all to angoamerican enterprises – before it, there were chinese and russian companies, too. What hell of global revolution is this, that gives power to those who already have plenty of it? In Latin America it serves the purpose of challenging progressist, legally elected governments such as ecuatorian and brazilian – Chile is an exception. Should you have planned this better …


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