A bazaar called Té con Limón in Madrid has closed after fifteen years of business, but not before posting the following text, as a large sign, outside its doors:
We want to thank all those who have helped us arrive at this decision:
Thanks to corrupt politicians.
Thanks to Spanish bipartisanship.
Thanks to the autonomies, provincial councils, town halls, etc
Thanks to our former leaders now enjoying their fat annuities.
Thanks to the Employers Confederation for destroying jobs
Thanks to the unions for doing nothing.
Thanks for raising our taxes
Thanks for cutting our citizens' rights.
Thanks to politicians for their salaries, allowances and privileges.
Thanks for injecting public money into the banks.
Thanks for forgetting about the self-employed and small-business owners.
Thanks to Greece for showing us what's in store.
Thank you for allowing parasitic economic models.
Thanks for forcing our kids to emigrate from the country.
Thanks to all of the powerful elite to make us feel more free and for leaving us without a bean!.
Apparently, the sign proved to be something of a success and visitors to the 900m2 store 'increased by a huge amount', said the owner sadly, before he had to close the doors for ever.