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The PP’s Anti-Catalan Seminar in Catalonia/SEMINARI ANTICATALÀ DEL PP A CATALUNYA

 

The PP’s Anti-Catalan Seminar in Catalonia

Rajoy sem_html_f6517196Rajoy’s right arm salute to his storm troopers led by Gauleiter Sanchez Camacho in his whistle stop to Catalonia. Below: The respected historian Josep Fontana told the real story of the military occupation at the symposium Spain against Catalonia.

 

 

The PP took a half-price weekend return group ticket on the high speed train from Madrid to lecture the revolting Catalans on how ungrateful they are of the occupation by military force and how worthless of them to want a vote. The PP seminar said nothing new. Spanish officials have repeated the PP talk over the centuries as Professor Fontana relates:

 

 

1) 1706: “The last two Catalan Parliaments ended by being more republican than the Parliament run by the English.” The perjurer Philip IV of Aragon after the Catalan Parliamentary sessions of 1702 and 1706. He occupied Catalonia in 1714 as Philip V of Castile.

 

2) 1715: “The Catalans idolize their privileges, which look like a republic in their partial freedoms, not totally free but not for their lack of wanting.” Count of Montemar, first military governor of Barcelona after the occupation.

 

3) 1715: “Spanish politicians must be imposed to teach them on the uses and customs of Castile.” Melchor Rafael de Mancanaz, who wrote the New Plant law that banned the Catalan constitutions and freedoms. He wanted a Catalonia governed solely by Spaniards, as was established.

 

4) 1715: “The characteristics of the inhabitants are their love of freedom, their passion for all type of arms, their readiness to take offence, their high sexuality and their vengefulness so that one must always mistrust them. They are passionate about their nation, to such an excess that they are impervious to reason and they speak only in their native tongue.” Jose Patino, tax superintendent in Catalonia. He advised that Catalan be banned, as was established.

 

5) 1775: “They will never forget the privileges they lost and they have the wil ever ready to recover them at the slightest excuse they may find. They even delight in the troubles they cause and consider the crimes committed in their constant protests as justified because they see them as heroic actions in pursuit of their liberty.” Pedro de Lucuce, director of the Royal Military Academy in Barcelona.

 

6) 1785: “The pride these common people obtain from money must be contained. So many thousands of inhabitants enclosed within the walls, almost all of the lowest origin, will be difficult to contain in an unfortunate incident.” Report by the prosecutor of the Catalan Law Courts warning Madrid that the growth of the cities thanks to the Catalan bourgeoisie and workers represent a growing threat of rebellion.

 

7) 1813: “Everything points to the ruin of Catalan industry, which is mostly centred in Barcelona. The increase in wages will definitely make their produce unsaleable.” The Count of Cabarrus, French financier installed in Madrid criticising Catalan industrialization and hoping for its ruin.

 

8) 1841: “Damn language and provincialism.” The “liberal” Mesonero Romanos from Madrid giving his opinion on Cataland and the Catalans en route to France and Belgium.

 

9) 1864: The spirit of independence is omnipresent: in the lower classes with their in­surrections and mutinies, in the middle and upper classes for their decided distance from the Monarchy and their practice of living by their own means. Proof of this is the character with which their representatives always attend the Spanish Congress, whatever their party. Whether in government or in opposition they are never submissive and always maintain their independence.” Antonio Guerola, civil governor of Barcelona.

 

10) 1898: Establishing regionalism in Spain would result in converting this nation into a region of kabilas. When will the law be dictated! Death sentence to regionalists withthe vile garrotte to the traitors who want autonomy.” The Puerto Rican Fernando Lopez Tuero attacking Catalonia the same year the American colony became independent.

 

(“Espanya i Catalunya: 300 anys d’història,” by Josep Fontana, Symposium Spain Against Catalonia: A Historical Perspective 1714-2014, Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 12-14 December 2013)

 

 

Seminari anticatalà del PP a Catalunya

 

Fontana_html_167be6faEl respectat historiador Josep Fontana va relatar la història real de l’ocupació militar al simposi Espanya contra Catalunya. Primera foto: Rajoy saluda braç dret en alt les seves tropes de combat liderades per la Gauleiter Sanchez Camacho en la seva visita llampec a Catalunya.

 

 

El PP ha comprat un bitllet de grup amig preu de cap de setmana a l’Ave de Madrid per alliçonar els revoltosos catalans que són uns desagraits amb l’ocupació per forces militars i no tenen perdó de voler votar. El seminari del PP no ha dit res de nou. Els funcionaris espanyols porten repetint la cançó del PP des de fa segles com el professor Fontana relata:

 

 

1) 1706: “Las dos últimas Cortes que han concluído los deja más repúblicos que el parlamento alusivo a ingleses.” El perjur Felip IV d’Aragó després de les Corts de 1702 i 1706 a Catalunya. Ocuparia Catalunya el 1714 com a Felip V de Castella.

 

2) 1715: “Los catalanes son idólatras de sus privilegios, con unos visos de república en su media libertad, que si no la han logrado entera, no se dude que lo han pretendido.” Conde de Montemar, primer governador militar de Barcelona després de l’ocupació.

 

3) 1715: “Imponer regidores castellanos, pues con esto les irán instruyendo en los usos y costumbres de Castilla.”.Melchor Rafael de Mancanaz, autor del Decret de Nova Planta anul.lant les constitucions i llibertats catalanes, volia que Catalunya sigui regida exclusivament per castellans, com així fou.

 

4) 1715: “El genio de los naturales es amante de la libertad, aficionadísimo a todo género de armas, promptos en la cólera, rijosos y vengatibos, y siempre se debe desconfiar de ellos. Son apasionados a su patria, con tal exceso que les haze trastornar el uso de la razón y solamente ablan en su lengua nativa.” José Patiño, superintendent (cap d’hisenda a Catalunya) que aconsellà prohibir el català, com, així fou.

 

5) 1775: “Jamás olvidarán los privilegios que perdieron y tendrán los ánimos dispuestos a recobrarlos con el más leve motivo que se presente; y aun se adelantan a hacer vanidad de los alborotos, teniendo por mérito los delitos cometidos en sus diversas conmociones, pretextando los hechos como acciones heroicas dirigidas a conseguir la libertad.” Pedro de Lucuce, director de la reial academia militar de Barcelona.

 

6) 1785: “Contener el orgullo que da a las gentes comunes el dinero. Tantos millares de hombres, cerrados dentro de las murallas, casi todos de bajísima extracción y a quienes sería difícil contener en un momento desgraciado.” Informe del fiscal de l’Audiència de Ctalunya avisant Madrid que tant la burgesia amb els seus diners, com els treballadors catalans que fan créixer les ciutats són un perill creixent de rebel.lió.

 

7) 1813: “Todo anuncia la ruina de la industria catalana, reunida por la mayor parte en Barcelona. El aumento de salarios precisamente ha de inhabilitar sus producciones.” Conde de Cabarrús, financer francès instal.lat a Madrid criticant la industrialització catalana que espera s’arruini.

 

8) 1841: “Maldito idioma y provincianismo.” El “liberal” madrileny Mesonero Romanos opina del català i dels catalans de pas cap a França i Bèlgica.

 

9) 1864: El espíritu de independencia se revela en todos: en las clases pobres por las in­surrecciones y motines, y en las medias y elevadas por cierto ale­jamiento de la Corte y tendencia a vivir de sus propios recursos. Una prueba de ello es el carácter de que vienen siempre revestidos los diputados a Cortes, sea cuál fuere su partido político. Se les ve ser ministeriales u oposición, pero sin sumisión, conservando su independencia.” Antonio Guerola, governador civil de Barcelona.

 

10) 1898: Establecer el regionalismo en España, sería convertir a esta nación en una región de kabilas. ¡Cuando se dictará la ley! Pena de muerte al regionalista; garrote vil al traidor autonomista.” El portoriqueny Fernando López Tuero atacant Catalunya el mateix any d’independència de la colònia americana.

 

(“Espanya i Catalunya: 300 anys d’història,” per Josep Fontana, Simposi Espanya contra Catalunya: una mirada històrica 1714-2014, Institut d’Estudis Catalans 12-14 desembre 2013)

 

27 January 2014 - Posted by | News comment/Comentari al dia, Politics/Política | ,

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