Protest is growing in La Puerta del Sol in Madrid despite being told by an electoral commission that such activities are banned on the eve of an election.
There is an election looming between two main parties. The mainly young, mainly unemployed people don't care for either of them.
Does this sound familiar?
There is much talk on the plaza of electoral reform - to prevent power simply switching back and forth between two parties. Many also demand a ban on all candidates implicated in corruption.
Proposals for debate are posted in a suggestions box.
As at other people protests like Cairo's Tahrir Square and Madison, Wisconsin, things are being organized by the protesters themselves.
The camp in Sol now has its own tv station, called soltv.tv, which is live-streaming right now. (Warning: vuvuzelas.)
On twitter, one of the hashtags is #spanishrevolution. Some English, but mostly Spanish, natch.
As global corpocracy runs riot, we must get better at this. Watch and learn, fellow and sister Canucks.
ADDED: More insight. It's not as simple as it's being portrayed.