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  • "Here you're. Read this. Don't miss it! Share it with the others!"
    The first paper inside the folder is a list of ingredients for a Revolution. It was given to me by another woman. She's old enough to remember Franco's voice.

    "Take a few people without a work, without money, without future and - if you can - without a house.
    Take a Square.

    Put the few people all together in the Square (better if it's summer).
    Let them there, talking and sleeping all together during the night. Let them realize that, no matter where they come from and who they are, they're suffering the same problems.

    The day after, they'll be at least the double.
    If you want them to change the world, let them organize theirselves into commettee of work.
    They're ready now to meet up everyday at 20.30 to shout their angry, and at 21.00 to discuss what they want to ask to their Governments.

    When they're around 4000 people, call the Police and ask them to attack the people.
    The day after, you'll notice that now there're 8000 people inside the Square.

    Your work is really going to the right direction!

    Let them there talking and sleeping into the Square all together again. Let them being connecting through internet. If you see them building houses up to the trees, be happy! It means your work is going to the right direction.

    Let the days pass by. Let's say, almost 45 days.

    Now you're ready to let them "free".
    Let them go back to their own houses and realize the importance to share their experiences with their own people, inside their houses.

    And now the last step: once they're back home, let them meet again, every 15 days, in the little squares of their own neighborhoods for not to stop the Movement.

    Look at it: You've the 15M Movement in your hands! It's done!"
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