Monday, October 15, 2012

420,000 People Say Adiós to Spain

By, Chris Rossini
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The parasite is definitely overwhelming the hosts in Spain.

BusinessInsider reports:
In response to the economic crisis ravaging Spain, approximately 420,150 people have emigrated from Spain since January, according to the National Statics Institute (INE).
Listeners of The Robert Wenzel Show will remember our interview with Livia Elena Araujo Pérez, who joined the conversation from Spain. The very subject of emigration was discussed. If you missed that show, listen here.

People throughout history tend to put up with a "long train of abuses" imposed by governments. But ultimately, a point is inevitably reached where the cost of staying put is no longer worth it, and it's Adiós amigos.

Looks like that point has been reached in Spain.


  1. I doubt they've been fleeing to France:

    "French business erupts in fury against "disastrous" François Hollande

    France is sliding into a grave economic crisis and risks a full-blown “hurricane” as investors flee rocketing tax rates, the country’s business federation has warned."

    Welcome to London.

  2. So far, people in Spain, France, Greece can move freely within the EU. In many countries of the world, there are great obstacles.