Why Red Barcelona?

Back at the start of the 20th Century, British journalists gave this title to a Mediterranean city which was home to social revolt and civil unrest. The people took the streets in protest for the decisions taken by their government, and managed to rule themselves for a few months. This non-compliance remains in Barcelona today.

In the spirit of those drastic events, this blog (RED BARCELONA) will discuss the global situation of today, by divulging, discussing and making an analysis of different events taking place today, that are all symptoms of the sick and sad society we live in; proposing reflection and the necessary change to improve this planet.

We are all part of the problem and indispensable for the solution.

3 comments on “Why Red Barcelona?
  1. Love it!
    Hi Red Barcelona, don’t know your thoughts on these blog awards but I have nominated you for one anyway 🙂
    I have nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award;

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