What awaits Spain after the prime minister's refusal of the Bible

04.06.2018

The outbreak of the new Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez shocked residents of the country. 

While some European countries are fighting for the preservation of their identity, a new phase of political disintegration has begun in Spain. After the Prime Minister of the country from the "People's Party" Mariano Rajoy was given a vote of no confidence, an oath was taken from the representative of the opposition Socialist Party Pedro Sanchez. For the first time in the history of modern Spain, the head of government refused to swear an oath on the Bible and openly declared that he is an atheist.

Previously, all prime ministers necessarily took office, holding their hands on Holy Scripture and the Constitution. On youtube there is a recording of the inauguration ceremony of Mariano Rajoy, which shows the Crucifixion and the Bible. His predecessor, Jose Luis Caparero, also swore an oath with the Crucifixion and the Bible, despite the fact that, like the current Prime Minister Sanchez, he represented the Socialist Party.

Why did he come?

Experts believe that the removal of Rajoy and the appointment of Sanchez is related to the attitude of the previous Prime Minister on the independence of Catalonia. The foul government in Madrid stood under the pressure of transnational elites and did not allow the country to split. That's why the arena is removed a new figure, which will complete what Mariano Rajoy has not allowed to do. In the coming months, serious changes are possible in Spain.

Sanchez acts in a coalition with the Podemos party, which declares adherence to left-wing values and associated with the structures of George Soros. In addition, it depends on the support of the separatist parties from Catalonia and the Basque Country. Obviously, this political configuration unties the hands of those who would like to split Spain into several parts.

Separatist movements: what awaits Europe?

In addition, in the coming months in Spain with a new force must intensify the struggle with the remnants of traditional society. The Prime Minister of the Socialist Party will not attach much importance to the oppression of Christians, which means that society can be split not only according to administrative and geographical, but also on moral grounds. After Franco's death, left-wing radical movements flourished in Spain, which eventually turned into an aggressive army of street protesters, ready to do anything to destroy the remnants of Spanish statehood. Their enemies are the traditional family, monarchy, Christianity.

The saddest thing is that, unlike other European countries, there has never been a political movement in Spain that advocates the preservation of Spanish identity. All parties, both new (Podemos and Ciudadanos), and the old ("People's Party" and socialists) are equally tied to international capital and do not express the interests of the local population. It is possible that the conservative part of the Spanish society is able to organize into a single force only in the event of a threat to the preservation of a single state. Apparently, soon such an opportunity will be provided.