Although it were expected and many people and I have already announced it too isn’t less grate: Politicians and the elites of Spain are losing control over information (finally!), thanks to Social Networks.
In Spain we have moved for many years as a mass, as a ‘herd’. We believed everything that: mass media, on TV especially but also newspapers, that is to say all what politicians told us. Depends on newspaper what you could read you are leftist or rightist. There was no room for improvisation, room to change anything… and that’s the reason we have reached such a corruption degree.
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Yo estuve tuiteando en España, en español, durante 4 años. A principios de 2013 empecé a moverme fuera de España y ahí me he quedado. Tuitear en español hacía tiempo que me aportaba poco.
Quitando los AMIGOS, que sigo manteniendo y que a la mayoría he desvirtualizado, el resto de tuiteros españoles me ha aportado relativamente poco, menos aún si tenemos en cuenta el largo período de 4 años. En España la gente se apoya poquísimo, apenas comparte información. Muy poca gente ofrece ayuda y es muy chocante porque los españoles somos todo lo contrario en otras cosas. Los profesionales: porque tienen miedo a que les quiten el trabajo, los ‘famosos’ porque están en un pedestal y no quieren rebajarse a tu altura y tus iguales, porque no hay un verdadero colaboracionismo.
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I was tweeting in Spain, in Spanish, for 4 years. At the beginning of 2013 I began to move away from Spain and I continue tweeting abroad yet. Tweeting with Spanish people brought me quite little to my Networks profit.
Without taking into account Spanish FRIENDS, I’m still being in contact with them and most of them I have met in person, the rest of Spanish tweeters has given me very few spoken relatively, much less if we consider the long period of 4 years. In Spain people provide a little support, almost never they share knowledge. Very few people offer help and all of this is very shocking because Spaniards are completely the opposite in other things. Professionals: because they are afraid you take their work out, ‘famous ones’ because they are on a pedestal and they do not want to stoop to our level and our peers, because there is not a true collaborationist.
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