The first step that must be taken in order to understand the meaning of the term outrage that now concerns us is to make its etymological origin clear. In this sense, we should state that it emanates from Latin, and more exactly from the word "indignatio", which can be translated as "irritation and anger at a fact or situation that is considered unworthy."
Indignation is a angry or vehement anger against a person or against their Actions . You can associate this emotion to go to , the irritability wave fury . For example: "The girl's crime caused outrage among the neighbors", “The Spanish have expressed their outrage against politicians in a massive march”, “The words of the chancellor produced great indignation in the country”.
Indignation is usually a spontaneous reaction against something that is considered unacceptable. This emotion can lead to more or less organized actions , like a protest march. Indignation can also be reflected in a immediate violent emotion , such as blows or insults.
Take the case of an mayor who is discovered stealing public funds that were to be used to build a hospital . The community warns that its own money, which was to be invested to improve health service, has been appropriated by a corrupt man. The reaction of indignation does not take long to appear and people spontaneously meet before the municipality to demand the resignation of the official.
To be indignant implies a series of Physical changes , as it increases blood pressure and heart rate. At the level of behavior, indignation becomes the predominant engine of action and thought . It is almost impossible for a person who becomes indignant not to reflect that emotion either physically or verbally.
In one of the most important social networks worldwide, such as Facebook, there is a group called “Indignados de Argentina”. There are many Argentines who are totally against the measures that are taking the politicians of their country, considering that they are against the citizenship and welfare of it.
It is known as movement of the indignant Finally, to a group of people who trained in Spain from a series of protests that promoted a democracy more participatory and an authentic division of powers.
Specifically, those Spaniards were those who were grouped under the denomination Movement 15-M, name that alluded to the date, on May 15, 2011, in which a total of forty people decided to camp at the Puerta del Sol in Madrid to to record its absolute rejection not only of the bipartisanship that exists in the country but also that the banks are the ones that, in many aspects, control the nation.
Peaceful was this movement, the result of indignation, which progressively added more and more citizens who believe that the people together have the key to fight against political corruption, against the "control" of financial institutions and business or against the cuts that the rulers are carrying out and that are making ordinary people see their rights regarding education or health, for example, undermined.