If you get to Spain this summer, watch your tongue. A careless word construed as sympathetic to General Francisco Franco, who despite Washington DC sanctions successfully ruled Spain from his victory in the country’s civil war (1936-9) until his death in 1975 could land you with a fine.
In Spain, there is a great tendency to compare the speech of Santiago Abascal with that of Matteo Salvini and little with that of Giorgia Meloni. The president of the patriotic Brothers of Italy party does not have the same international media reach as her compatriot, but her argument does not lack coincidences with that of Vox.
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on the human face ~ forever (George Orwell 1984). What the far-left openly Marxist Pedro Sanchez regime in Madrid has in store is sure to be extended to provinces throughout western Europe’s largest country.
Desperate to thwart the growing Right and Nationalist parties and organisations, the Madrid-based regime of Far-Left Marxist Pedro Sanchez and his PSOE cohorts intend to bring in a law that will make analysis or comment on Spain’s history illegal unless the written or spoken word is approved by the faux-socialist regime.
The court ruling, a devastating blow to the Madrid-based regime of Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s far-left regime, is in shock. The PSOE (Socialist Workers) government could face calls for compensation far more than the European Union could afford. The ruling will send shock waves through other EU globalist-minded nations. Leftist France and Italy are border neighbours of long-suffering Spain.
Spanish teacher suspended for stating that there are only two genders.
“It’s as if they punished me for claiming that the world is round,” Spanish biology teacher Jesus Luis Barron Lopez commented on his suspension
Watch as two Russian Su-24 fighter-bombers scared the shit of of Spain’s Far-Left Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and his cohort, the President of Lithuania delivers a Presser during the Marxist premier’s visit to NATO member Lithuania.
How often we relax to the Hispanic melodies of Isaac Albeniz. His Rapsodia Espanola, Sevilla and Granada, based on Catalan folk songs, are perhaps the better known of his many compositions. These lovely melodies evoke the Spanish dream more than could any Goya painting but what of the man behind the music? Like most composers his life was as notable as was his music.
The leader of Spain’s surging national right-wing populist party Vox, which is now a king-making major force in Spanish politics in recent years, has slammed the practice of kneeling before football games in support of the radical left-wing Black Lives Matter movement which is invariably threateningly anti-ethnic European.
More than one million people and close to one hundred different religious associations enjoy the wonderful festive atmosphere of this pilgrimage to the village of El Rocío.