34 Suicides a Week in Spain, many Due to Mass Evictions and No Work

Posted: August 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

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Every five hours there is a suicide in Spain because of the economic crisis that plagues hundreds of thousands of families.

The Free

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By Kaos. Madrid  There is a suicide every two days in Madrid due to mass evictions and lack of work, according to the Mortgage Affected Platform (PAH) which has produced a report with official data from the Police. They demand more involvement from mayor Carmena to stop the evictions.Resultado de imagen de SUICIDIO

Every five hours there is a suicide in Spain because of the economic crisis that plagues hundreds of thousands of families. In the Community of Madrid one  is estimated to occur every 54 hours, with evictions being a main focus.

These figures are more than dramatic data. The poor economic situation of hundreds of thousands of families in Spain, provokes in many occasions the loss of hope of the citizens.

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According to a report of the Platform of Mortgage Affected (PAH), which has had access to the Digital Confidential, there are about 34 suicides occur every week in the country. Occupying…

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Comments
  1. Terrible. And small farmers are committing suicide in India. Either ruling elites do not understand how they contribute to untold suffering in the world, or they don’t care, or it’s part of some sick plan to depopulate the masses.

  2. What I find most embarrassing, JoAnn, is that New Zealand has the highest suicide rate and the highest teen suicide rate in the world. They really have incredible poverty here, with children leaving in cold damp homes with no heating and going to school barefoot. There was a report out yesterday that the suicide rate is even higher this year than last.

  3. Lara/Trace says:

    This is a world epidemic yet who pays attention in govt’s?

  4. Lara, I think deep down the global elite want them to suicide – to eliminate the surplus labor resulting from automation.

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