You have your freedom to protest and people use their rights. That is democracy...
Were they protesting economic discrepancy?
Really colorful mural and with an important message behind it.MersadMersad Donko Photography
i love it!
You always make Lisbon seem like such an interesting city. Nice that this mural gives a look into the current cultural climate.
Sometimes it's the only way to get attention on an issue.
That's a lot of discontent Jose, wonder how long the mural will be there!
I like the mural,and the message it conveys. But, that's a lot of protests in a year!
A colorful mural and a great way to protest!! It seems there is a lot of discontent almost everywhere today! Terrific post, Jose!
Wow, that is an immense mural, really beautiful and with a powerful message!
Nice way to remember these events.
this is a wonderful mural.
I find it creepy as well as powerful. Not sure I'd be won over by the message in the atmosphere.
great picture!!! love the colours!
Good one, JM!
Quite an array of colours!
That's a beautiful mural. I love the flow created by the clothing, color, graphics, and postures. Things are heating up here too but only in "minority" communities. I don't understand why the middle class does not get involved as they are under attack as well. I didn't make this up but can't remember the source "the politics of oppression turns the oppressed against themselves."
I imagine so much unrest comes from Portugal's economic situation? It's a good mural, a tough time.
Almost 3000 demonstrations to preserve and promote jobs? Here all you get is the occasional protest and lots of professional lobbying. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.
We've had a few here in Malaysia in recent times tooDuncan In Kuantan
Strong and well done!
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