une foule impressionnante, ne prend pas trop encore en France
The architecture of the Parliament building is classical Greek, there is a Greek flag in the crowd out front. Let's hope solutions can be found for the economies and budgets of Greece, Portugal and other countries.
Looks very much like ours of a similar name!
A coisa tá feia mesmo! :(Léia
@Dave: That's exactly why Rome, Madrid and Lisbon had the biggest crowds of protesters, all threatened countries (not to mention Greece, of course, where two more days of general strike have started today).
In the first photo: That's a lot of weaponry! Some people must be frightened. Incompetence, greed and corruption pretty well describes our country, too!
The protesters are now gathering in over 41 cities all over the US and more are joining in every day. Your Parliament sounds like our congress -- Houses of Incompetence, Greed and Corruption indeed!!! Great post and photos, JM!Sylvia
Anywhere between 60.000 and 250.000 people here, depending on the paper you read. Very impressive, whatever the number.
@Rob and Mandy: I've only heard one number, 100.000 people on the streets of Lisbon. However, protests have taken place in 9 other cities too.
Not very many people protesting here.
But that's a Greek flag. Solidarity?
@Ciel: ... or some Greek people in Lisbon, I don't know. Anyway, this was a global protest. :-)
We in NZ are earlier than you, you can still post the blog.Tents are erected in Auckland too.
It is the same all over the world right now -- and while I believe in the concept that we all have something in common, this is not what I meant. Sad. I admire the protestors.
Wonderful to see... it's still going on in London.
We all have our brave houses of incompetence, but history teaches us a lot about the madness of the crowds.
Excelentes fotos, com um imenso valor documemtal.Vim do Bob, do "Art" e dei por ti...Passei pelos vários blogs (acabaste com 2...) e detenho-me aqui!Impressionate como captas o conjunto- cenário humano/material. Parabéns
This is happening everywhere. I hope some good comes of it.
is this part of the occupy wall street protest?
These are great. People around the world united.
Protests are occurring all over the globe. That's quite a crowd!
Wonderful pics! It really is time for the governments to start listening to the people they are supposed to be working for.
Wow! That is quite a gathering. I hope things improve.
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