It was 2011, and the world was angry.
In the United States, the Occupy movements, composed of a motley crew of unorganized individuals, hijacked the attention of the world.
In Barcelona, where I was studying, the people were also angry, but their feelings manifested in a much different way.
The Spanish newspapers were filled with caricatures of German chancellor Angela Merkel dressed in Nazi uniforms, complete with a Hitler mustache. The Spanish youth protested in front of German banks and...