Spain is different (Flamenco way of protest)

26 Jun

From childhood I’ve grown with the statement: ‘Spain is different’.

Throughout my life I’ve interpreted it in several ways. Most of the times in the wrong way, but raising a half-smile of proud resignation. The same way that a mother looks at his most friendly but helpless son.

An unemployment rate of almost 25%. Until 100.000 million financial rescue. But full terraces on the streets and with different and very ironic ways of accepting the current situation. Check out this funny example:

This video has been making the rounds on Twitter and Facebook. It is a flamenco flash mob at a Spanish bank, and they sing a Bulería with the title: “Bankia, lungs and gills”.

Why am I never there when these things happen?.

 

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3 Responses to “Spain is different (Flamenco way of protest)”

  1. Elemi Fuentes August 21, 2012 at 00:57 #

    Con un par de… y bien puestos ademas! xx

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