NOT a submissive flock: sheep went to protest
NOT a submissive flock: sheep went to protest
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NOT submissive flock of sheep occupies Madrid

In our time, when the oppressed populace occupies Wall Street, shaking posters and wanting something from the governments, even such peaceful and indifferent sheep have stood in a united bleating front for their rights. They (though not without the help of the shepherds) demand: "Make way for the sheep!" and occupy Madrid.

Make way for the sheep! Protest action in Madrid

The protests of rebellious flocks of sheep are shaking the streets of Madrid: shepherds have taken thousands of their curly wards to the streets. The fact is that every year sheep pass two large routes: from mountain summer pastures, they descend into warm valleys sheltered from the wind. A million livestock are involved in these social movements, and the total length of the paths used in Spain for grazing livestock is 78,000 miles. Right in the middle of one of these roads is the famous Madrid's Puerta del Sol - and for 18 years the shepherds in the fall have been forced to go around Madrid in a crooked and roundabout way.

Make way for the sheep! Protest action in Madrid

The president of the local shepherds' association, Jesus Garzon, came to the conclusion: the shepherds and the sheep were enough to endure industrial enslavement!

NOT submissive flock of sheep occupies Madrid

It's time to pay tribute to the ancient way of moving livestock. Will the 5,000 sheep and 60 cows demonstrating under the leadership of the shepherds succeed in breaking the will of the government? If anything, this is more likely than the poor's chances of actually occupying Wall Street.

NOT submissive flock of sheep occupies Madrid

In the meantime, the trial and the case, it is much easier for insomniacs in Madrid to fall asleep than usual: after all, they can consider real, and not illusory, sheep.

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