Creo … I believe

(Photo property of FBC, Omnia Caelum Studios València)

Creo que hay que ponerle freno a esto. Estos actos de vandalismo no son más que ataques a la propiedad pública y privada y no debe permitirse … I believe this should be stopped. These acts of vandalism are attacks on public and private property and should not be allowed …

(Photo property of El Periódico)

Pues de aquellos polvos vienen estos lodos. Si no se acaba con las indisciplinas se convierten en actos anárquicos … Those acts of vandalism mature into street violence. If indiscipline is not stopped it matures into anarchy …


  1. Brad Osborne · February 24

    These acts of vandalism and violence show a lack of respect for others and their property….and that likely starts with a lack of self-respect. Stay strong Valencia!

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · February 24

      Yes! They use terms as euphemisms. I don’t call these people, not even anarchists, because they are nothing except petty criminals ruining what others have struggled to build. They are not anti-system, or anti-establishment, they are merely thieves and looters because they stole from fine stores clothing and shoes, meaning that they love capitalism, they just cannot afford it, so they take it as it it was their right. Thank God Valencia is mostly free of such element, which is also motivated by thugs who speak out against our King and our democracy. Thank you my friend and all the best to you,

  2. spwilcen · February 24

    Absolutely. And you should let the police know you support them. And politicians, and have it be known to judges leniency is not to be tolerated for those found guilty, forcing reparations to society and wronged citizens by labor. Sad but criminals of this ilk understand one thing only.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · February 24

      Thank you so much SP for stopping by, it is always a pleasure. And those are smashing suggestions for sure. Take good care,

  3. markbierman · February 28

    You are so right, Francisco. Some people think that anarchy is the way to go, but a truly free society must have reasonable laws and accountable enforcement. If not, the wolves will prey on the sheep.

    • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · February 28

      Yes, and also respect for the simple, law abiding citizen, and private property. These people out burning and looting are not protesting, they are committing acts of terrorism that cannot be tolerated. I cannot understand why they have allowed this to last so long…well, thankfully here in Valencia we are quiet and away from those rioters.
      All the best to you,

      • markbierman · February 28

        I wonder if the police are a bit nervous about the anti law enforcement sentiments, that unfortunately, are the flavor of the day. The moment they do anything, it seems that the media is all over them. That, and the cell phone cameras that “mysteriously” tend to show only the last 10 seconds of most police/ criminal confrontations. Hmm . . . wonder why that is?

      • Francisco Bravo Cabrera · February 28

        Yes, you’re right because there was a march against the police, although peaceful, it creates more and more contempt for law enforcement.

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