Friday, May 20, 2011

Amaral, Santiago Segura ... many artists are added to the protests of 15-M

Unlike the demonstration against the war in Iraq where representative of the culture came together to raise their voices, the familiar faces that have supported the movement these days 15-M to pursue a "social solution to the crisis" have chosen to join the individual protests. We just want honest managers working for my country and the first to do so publicly has been the director Santiago Segura, who accompanied concentrates on Tuesday in the Plaza de Catalunya in Barcelona.

"I just want business managers and honored for my country," he explained after his followers (followers) in your Twitter profile, which also showed dissatisfaction with the current government. On Thursday, Amaral components visited the camp in the Puerta del Sol de Madrid. To prove it, they recorded on the Internet: "Today (by Thursday) in G more people than yesterday.

This has not just begun," they explained. "Full support @ acampadasol" they added. Nacho Vegas singer also made a stop there before his performance at the party Rockdelux. And, just days before the performers Willy Toledo, Alberto Amarilla or musical project of singer La Bien Querida had been camouflaged with those attending the meeting in Madrid.

Some, like Eva Hache, became spontaneous reporters what was going on: "I was just in the Sun: quiet, fight, information, resistance. And tired. Let us not support, "said Friday in your Twitter profile. Social networks have been for musicians, actors and other artists the main tool to express their opinions.

Morlaanunciaba Vetusta digitally band to join the" pan SOL " but "from a distance", last Thursday. It breaks my heart to see so many kids are not ready to exit components The Red Room also been actively encouraged to Facebook citizens were the bullring: "It seems they are cutting access on foot, but you can go underground, and you appear right in the middle of the Sun! We encourage you to go NOW! # Todosasol # nonosvamos ", wrote on Wednesday.

Others, like Penelope Cruz, unaccustomed to the Internet, on Wednesday expressed its solidarity with the campers during a press conference in the capital:" It breaks my heart to see so many young kids and very prepared job seekers and are not output. Spain is going through a tough, clear, and I just hope that things will improve as soon as possible.


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