A decision on the course of the protest will be taken tomorrow, but the threatening message to pro-independence activists from the Spanish National Police is clear
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The hundreds of arrests effected by Spanish State agencies over the past sixteen months have been designed to repress the basic freedoms of expression, assembly and protest, and criminalise independentism
Mayor Ignasi Sabater is being persecuted by the Spanish police, and their far-right friends in the area
It is the revolution paid for out of the people’s own pockets and with the people’s own time, all of it made possible by volunteers. I will never tire of telling the story of 1 October, 2017. It’s a story that has changed lives.
The journalist is shown the pistol tucked in his contact’s waistband and he feels a tingle of excitement. He is told the officer fears for his life and the firearm confirms it.
This article is a response to City of spies: how the battle for Catalonia divided Barcelona, by Michael Stothard, which appeared in the Financial Times on Friday 15 June, 2018
Catalans are not allowed to express anger, not allowed to react. No matter how hard you beat them, no matter how much they suffer, every Catalan is expected to put Ghandi to shame. These standards aren’t applied to other peoples.