Spain: Movement of the globalist Left
After four months of theatre and empty speeches, we have called for new elections in Spain on June 26th, following the inability to form a government by parties represented in parliament: Popular Party (PP) won 123 seats, the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (PSOE) won 90, “Podemos” (“We can”) 69, Citizens (Ciudadanos) 40, and United Left (IU) won 2 - all the nationalist parties won 26.
A more remarkable novelty for this kind of electoral “second round” is the leftist coalition between "Podemos" (20.66% and 69 seats) and IU (who featured in the candidature of “Popular Unity”). Although the leader of Podemos, Pablo Iglesias, rejected in the previous election the integration of his party in the platform “Ahora en común” (“Now in common”, seed of the Popular Unity candidature) because, in his opinion, coalitions of lefts do not serve to win the election, it seems that in just a few months that he has changed his view on the matter.
However, this has not been the only change. Podemos, a candidature that comes from the extreme Trotskyist left (who, not in vain, has been supported by famous Trotskyists as Roures, the millionaire owner of the television channel La Sexta) was originally tasked with, among other objectives, to halt the rise of Izquierda Unida in early 2014, and when Podemos emerged, IU had a comparable intention to vote for the PP and the PSOE. Katehon already published about the origin of Podemos via the interesting study by Andrei Kononov entitled "The Departed 2.0: The true origin of 15-M and the plot of Podemos" - we recommend that article.
As if that were not enough change, the leader of Podemos, aware that the numbers of a coalition with the minority IU would not be enough to form a government even in the event of outvoting the Socialist Party (PSOE 22% voting and 90 seats), has already stated that "there is a decent government in Spain, we have to reach an agreement with the PSOE, because we alone are not going to govern. Or we govern with the socialists or the numbers do not work out".
It comes as little surprise that the party leader who came to regenerate the system now explains that the only solution for a "decent government in Spain" is by including one of the two major parties of the current partitocratic regime, a protagonist with a permanent history of corruption, from terrorism to illegal state funding without going into its political-economic management (deindustrialization, privatization, reduction of labor rights, social, health, etc.).
However, logically, the major political parties are engaged in a battle aimed at convincing the electorate that those responsible for the political failure of not having a government are the others - especially among the parties that make "progress" and "progressivism” their favourite mantras, blame each other for failing in there duty to form a "progressive" government, leaving the free-passage attribute that they are not are so progressive, which in turn, however, they claim to be.
For anyone who is minimally aware of the world in which they live in, and also seeing the examples of countries like Greece, where the anti-system forces in power have proven to be quite amenable to transnational political and financial powers, it is abundantly clear that no substantial change can come from those who, having renounced their theoretical original nature, essentially share the same individualistic, materialistic, equal, human rights activist worldview within the ideological framework of the homogenizer and totalitarian globalism.
Hence there is not much difference between a pact between PSOE and Podemos (radical only when assaulting Catholic chapels and similar events, which the current councilor in the city of Madrid Rita Maestre did) or an agreement between the PSOE with the Citizens ultraliberal party, invented by the financial power to, as in the case of Podemos, give the worn Spanish panorama a facelift.
In the case of leftists Podemos, there isn’t much hope with regards to their positions in international politics, of maintaining positions like leniency towards imperialism 2.0 colour revolutions, the Arab Spring and euromaidans, which has been wreaking havoc and war around the world through false flag operations, hybrid or indirect wars, "humanitarian" interventions, etc.
Make no mistake, the real aim of these new-fangled parties has never been to stand up to the regime, nor to question the functioning of the system and undermine their bases. Not to mention, of course, about the end capitalism. On the contrary, its ultimate goal is precisely to make the "most efficient" capitalism, that is, give it a new impulse, turn the nut a little, revamping its appearance but not its content.
In this sense, different analysts say this is the new model designed for export to all countries - the so-called Open Government - and is supported by organizations like the United Nations. This political marketing is a real operation of global engineering, and intends to, in the medium and long term, and once established internationally, facilitate the complete dissolution of national sovereignty, borders, and states in favour of transnational institutions run by a cast of "technical-managers" who will administer the "efficiency" of the local towns and globally - always under the vague and manipulable ideas of "transparency" and "participation".
Thus, the oligarchy has been preparing a "revolution” system for some time in order to achieve greater concentration of power after conducting a series of structural changes to the perfectly huxleyan system, and it takes at will the demands of the democratization of society put forward by citizens and then suitably channels and instrumentalists movements in Spain, 15-M first, and Podemos later. This progressive changing of the political class passes the time of a political system in which citizens had no effective opportunities to participate in another one, which will absolutely not manifest itself.