Catalonia's referendum explained

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daftcunt's picture

Some additional inf:

 

ROFL

 

Following the referendum there was a general strike in catalunya. Catalunyan government promised that all government employees would receive full wages if they would go on strike that day, however, as the spanish government took over reesponsibility for the finances of all government employees in the time leaing to the referendum, this will now not be the case.

 

Aaaaahhhhm Catalunya it's like the blind leading the dumb and blind.

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It's mighty convient that Spain has very tight gun control laws.  They never need to worry about pesky citizens throwing off a central government tyranny.  Want to hold a vote?  Sorry, that's not allowed and there's nothing you can do about it because if you refuse to comply we will send thousands of government agents with guns to ensure your compliance.

Again, I'm not taking a position on the matter, but this sort of thing is exactly why rulers prefer a disarmed citizenry.

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LOL,

 

I agree, want to hold a vote? Yeah, go on then but don't think it's worth anything.

 

Spanish gun laws are way less restrictive than for example Germanys. I could own a pump gun legally in about 2 or 3 weeks. I might get one too as I now live in the countryside.

 

What people do realise here, though, and this despite the mediteranean temper, is that the government has (and always will have) better weapons. If the goverment wants to fuck you up they fucking will. 

 

In this incident they had two choices

  1. go in full force including military
  2. let them do their idiotic shit and laugh them out of court

 

They opted for the half arsed, coward approach and now everyone laughs about them, they even had to apologise for police brutality.

 

 

 

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