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    Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  Ispan on Mon Jun 27, 2016 10:39 pm

    Maybe this of interest to our Russian members, I will provide a translation into english of the spanish translation when I can

    As a Spaniard I am both impressed and saddened by the accuracy of the analysis




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    No se esperaban grandes sorpresas en las elecciones españolas, con la excepción de que todos se preguntaban cuánto crecería la posición del partido de izquierda informal "Podemos". Curiosamente, el siguiente patrón se observa en la política europea. El euroescepticismo crece en todas partes, y los partidos que se oponen a la UE, e incluso a veces a la OTAN, ganan impulso. Sin embargo, si en el norte de Europa son, por regla general, partidos de derecha conservadora - el “Frente Nacional” en Francia, "Alternativa para Alemania", el “Partido de la Libertad” de Austria - en el sur de Europa están liderando euroescépticos de izquierda. En Grecia, la Syriza de Tsipras. En España, "Podemos". Sin embargo, Italia se dividió - en el norte del país los principales euroescépticos son la muy popular "Liga Norte", y en el sur, la coalición predominantemente de izquierda "5 estrellas". Pero el panorama general es muy simétrico.

    Por lo tanto, "Podemos". Hoy en día es el segundo más grande y el tercer partido con mayor número de escaños en el parlamento. Fue fundado, por desgracia, bajo la tutela directa de George Soros y su empleado el teórico francés Stéphane Hessel, autor del libro pomposo "Indignáos", que invoca a todos los insatisfechos a crear el status quo para iniciar las "revoluciones de color". De estos indignados de Soros ha salido Pablo Iglesias. Inicialmente, el grupo del hipercapitalista perturbado Soros se llamó movimiento 15M, a continuación, al igual que en el ensayo de Hessel - "indignados” y, por último, "Podemos." Por supuesto, que se puede, si están detrás el Freedom House, la CIA y el multimillonario George Soros.

    Por su ideología "Podemos" puede ser llamado capitalismo cultural. En su programa, hablan de, la apertura de las fronteras, de las necesidades de los refugiados para proporcionar vivienda y apoyar los derechos de los sodomitas y cosas por el estilo. El líder de "Podemos" hace unos años fue a Wall Street, donde dijo que "no hay alternativa al capitalismo." Y así, toda la “indignación” finaliza de esta manera.

    Es interesante que en estas elecciones en España tomó parte otro proyecto puramente Sorosiano. El grupo "Ciudadanos". Una vez más, el tema de la Sociedad Civil y la Sociedad Abierta - marcadores típicos del famoso especulador Soros. Si bien "Podemos" es una pseudo-izquierda, es decir, la izquierda liberal, Ciudadanos son liberales puros. Ellos, también, están indignados, pero ellos de que en España los impuestos son demasiado altos. "Ciudadanos" defiende abiertamente el libre mercado capitalista. Pero consideran que en España y Europa el capitalismo es demasiado escaso... El líder de "Ciudadanos" Albert Rivera sirve directamente a las órdenes de EE.UU. Así que recientemente viajó a Venezuela, donde habló en apoyo de la oposición y contra el gobierno Maduro.

    Vea lo que sucede. España se creó un trampolín para la nueva política del futuro, tal como la ve Soros. En el centro - todos los liberales imbéciles aburridos de derecha del Partido Popular y la izquierda liberal totalmente desacreditada del Partido Socialista. Esto es, los avejentados y totalmente corruptos burócratas integrados en Bruselas. Así, la población insatisfecha recibe una alternativa en forma de "indignados". Sin embargo, la alternativa aquí es alucinante. Por un lado, a la izquierda de los socialistas, la ultra-izquierda liberal de Soros "Podemos", y a la derecha del Partido Popular – los ultra-liberales de libre mercado como Soros "Ciudadanos". Y nadie más, ni los conservadores, ni los cristianos, ni socialistas auténticos, y ni siquiera nacionalistas como los que tienen en el resto de Europa. Ninguno. Esta es la Europa que los globalistas ven como su ideal.

    Y todo sucede en la conservadora España católica, con un monarca en la cabeza y una historia heroica de resistencia al espíritu de la modernidad y los planes masónicos para la eliminación de la Europa tradicional. Es increíble.

    En resumen, los resultados de las elecciones en España no tienen absolutamente ningún valor ni influencia. Sin embargo, la composición de las partes que participan en ello son alucinantes. ¿Qué es ésto sino el crepúsculo de España y Europa?

    Pobre y bella España, España negra y profunda ¿Qué han hecho contigo?

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  Hannibal Barca on Tue Jun 28, 2016 2:00 am

    It would be great if you can translate in English!

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  Ispan on Tue Jun 28, 2016 4:59 pm

    No great surprises were expected in the spanish election, with the exception that everybody wondered how much would grow the position of the informal left party "Podemos " [we can] . Curiosly, the following
    pattern is observed in european politics. Euroskepticism grows everywhere, and the parties that oppose EU, and sometimes even NATO, are winning traction. However, if in north Europe they are as a rule, conservative right wing parties: "National Front" in France, "Alternative for Germany", "Freedom Party" in Austria, meanwhile in the south of Europe the leading euroskeptics are left wing parties. In Greece, Syriza of Tsipras. In Spain, "Podemos". However, Italy os dividided. in the north of the country the main euroskeptics are the very popular "North League" and in the south the mainly leftist coalition "5 Stars", but the general panorama is very simmetrical.

    In regard to "Podemos". Today is the second largest party and the third party in number of seats in parliament. Unfortunately it was founded under the direct patronage of George Soros and his employee the french theorist s Stéphane Hessel, author of the pompous book "Be outraged", that invokes all the maltcontents to build up the preconditions for starting the "color revolutions". Of those outraged of Soros came Pablo Iglesias [leader of "Podemos"]. In the beginning the group of the insante hipercapitalist Soros was named movement 15 M [fifteeen March, after the date of street protests], then as in the essay of Hessel "outraged", and last, "Podemos." Of course they can, if behind there is Freedom House, the CIA and the multimillionaire George Soros.

    Because of its ideology , "Podemos" can be called cultural capitalism. In their program they talk about aprture of frontiers, of the needs of providing housing to refugees, of supporting the rights of sodomites, and things of the same kind. The leader of "Podemos" went a few years ago to Wall Street, where he said that "there is no alternative to capitalism". So all the "outrage" ends in this manner.

    Is interesting that in this elections in Spain took part anothr project purely Sorosian. The group "Ciudadanos" [Citizens] . Once more time the theme of Civil Society and Open Society - typical hallmarks of the famous speculator Soros. although "Podemos" is a pseudo-left, that is, a liberal left, citizens is a una pseudo-izquierda, es decir, la izquierda liberal, "Ciudadanos" are oure liberals [in the European sense of the word, that is right wing, free market][ . They, too, are outraged as well, but they because taxes in Spain are too high. "Ciudadanos" defends openly the capitalist free market. But they consider that in Spain and Europe capitalism is too scarce. The leader of "Ciudadanos" Albert Rivera, serves straight under USA orders. So recentely he travelled to Venezuela, where he spoke in support of the oposition and against the regime of Maduro.

    See what happens. In Spain was created a skyjump for the new politics of the future, as envisiones by Soros. In the center: all the boring imbecile liberals of the right in the Popular Party and the totally discredited liberal left of the Socialist Party. That is, the aging and totally corrupt bureaucrtas integrated in Brussels. In this way the the disgruntled population receives an alternative under the guise of the "outraged". However, the alternative here is simply insane. On one side, to the left of the socialist, the liberal ultra-left of Soros, "Podemos", and ont he right of the Popular Party – the free market ultra-liberals of Soros ,"Ciudadanos". And nobody else. Neither conservatives, nor christian, nor true socialists, not even nationalists as they have in the rest of Europe. No one. This is the Europe that globalists see as their ideal.


    And all this happens in the conservative catholic Spain, with a monarch as head of state, and an heroical history of resistance to the spirit of modernty and the masonic plans for the elimination of the traditional Europe. It is incredible.

    Summing it up, the results of the elections in Spain have absolutately no worth nor influence. However, the composition of the parties that took part in it is insanity. What's this, if not the twilight of Spain and Europe?

    Poor and beatiful Spain, Spain dark and deep, what they have done to you?"

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  George1 on Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:11 am

    Podemos is a populist party like SYRIZA here in Greece.


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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  Hannibal Barca on Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:03 pm

    F@ck, I agree 100% with Dugin. This is indeed great analysis. You really don't need anything more to know about Spanish politics.

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    Post  magnumcromagnon on Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:50 pm

    Hannibal Barca wrote:F@ck, I agree 100% with Dugin. This is indeed great analysis. You really don't need anything more to know about Spanish politics.

    All you need to know about Podemos is that it has George Soros finger prints all over it, just like Yanis Varo-fuck-ass...

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    Post  Hannibal Barca on Wed Jun 29, 2016 11:10 pm

    Hahahaha you understand more about Varoufakis than 95% of Greeks.

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Thu Jun 30, 2016 7:14 am

    Hannibal Barca wrote:Hahahaha you understand more about Varoufakis than 95% of Greeks.

    Here's an article by a Pan-Orthodox website covering the Spaniard election. Katehon.com is a pro-Orthodox site which provides excellent geopolitical analyses, their articles are English:

    THE IRON HEEL OF SOROS: ELECTIONS IN SPAIN AS THE MODEL OF EUROPEAN POLITICS

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  Hannibal Barca on Thu Jun 30, 2016 2:23 pm

    Amazing site about geopolitics. Dwarfs sites like stratfor easily.

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    Re: Spain election analysis by Alexander Duguin

    Post  whir on Thu Jun 30, 2016 7:12 pm

    This piece of retardation forgets that the last time the traditional catholic Kingdom of Spain rose up against modernity it ended up in a civil war.

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    Post  KiloGolf on Sat Jul 02, 2016 2:50 pm

    whir wrote:This piece of retardation forgets that the last time the traditional catholic Kingdom of Spain rose up against modernity it ended up in a civil war.

    Last I remember it ended up with the commies loosing the war.
    Civil is a relative term in such wars, when one side is internationalist and aims to erase the local tradition, culture, population and history.

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    Post  whir on Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:36 pm

    KiloGolf wrote:Last I remember it ended up with the commies loosing the war.

    Civil is a relative term in such wars, when one side is internationalist and aims to erase the local tradition, culture, population and history.
    And among the losers there were those defending their own identity from state sponsored catholicism.

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