"We haven't got nothing for no one!" is the title of a famous 1981 song from Mário Mata. In Portuguese double negatives (in this case a triple one) only serves to emphasize an idea. It means there is nothing left.
A group of young Acting students dressed for a funeral (the funeral of Culture) in the Cultural Demonstration at Praça de Espanha on 13-OCT 2012 is singing "Não há nada para ninguém!"
As I shot this, I don't know what punched me in the stomach the most: the hopelessness (for which there is no word in Portuguese) of an entire new generation where young unemployment has skyrocketed, or the girl that stands out to say: "We haven't got nothing for no one! It's not only for us, it's for NO ONE!"