Anti-Podemos campaign trends on Twitter

The hashtag #NoPodeis (You can't) has been used more than 60,000 times following Podemos' March for Change in Madrid

LAST UPDATED: 3 Feb, 2015 @ 17:28

AN anti-Podemos campaign is currently trending on Twitter.

Opponents to the anti-corruption have joint forces under the hashtag #NoPodeis (You can’t), following Podemos’ March for Change in Madrid on Saturday.

Using the hashtag many people responded with memes and gifs criticising the party members for their alleged tax irregularities.

The hashtag has so far been used more than 60,000 times.

Here are a collection of the best tweets so far:

Anti Podemos

Anti Podemos!

Anti Podemos 3




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  1. What the Anti Podemos fail to point out is how hugely corrupt the 2 main parties are and have been since forever.Talk about “pot calling the kettle black”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I can’t wait to vote for Podemos. I don’t care if they way over to the left from the party I would normally vote for. I don’t care if they don’t have experience. I’ll do anything to give the two main parties a colossal kicking which is long overdue. It’s only five years, so if they’re no good we can run back to the usual parties. But in the meantime, they need a good kicking.

  3. Great to hear you feel so strongly about it Julia and Stefanjo,get out there and spread the message of change to all you can

  4. There seems to be an anti usual political parties movement going on all over Europe at present, because the 2 mainstream UK parties and the barely hanging on party Lib Dems seem to be universally disliked and out of touch generally, UKIP have been gaining lots of ground from traditional Tory and Labour voters.

    Alan Greenspan says today that Greece will leave the Eurozone and euro currency, the Greek finance minister says this will trigger the domino effect. Squeaky bum time ahead what with the rise of Podemos and Syriza!