Hello readers from Spain!

Thanks for visiting!  Drop me a line through my contact form to share your views on the Islamic terrorism that is so deeply affecting Europe, as well as the geopolitical and economic situation under Prime Minister Rajoy’s government, in the framework presented below:

Given Catalonia’s ongoing separatist campaigns (greatly supported by socialist-separatists and even Islamists in that region) I am particularly interested in hearing  your opinion, and that of people in your neighborhood / community, on whether Madrid should invoke article 155 of the constitution and retaliate economically against Catalonia (including freezing the Liquidity Fund) in order to suspend Catalonia’s regional autonomy– should it continue to pursue separation from Spain.

By 2012, Barcelona, as the capital of Catalonia, was home to 11 mosques and 30 official Islamic centers and religious organizations, which were registered with the Justice Ministry of Spain and the Office of Religious Affairs of the Barcelona Town Council. The Islamic presence and political influence has continued to increase in Catalonia, particularly because separatists seek Islamic support of their separatist movement– in spite of the Islamic terrorist cells operating inside Spain, as covered in the New York Times article published today, titled “How a Secretive Branch of ISIS Built a Global Network of Killers”  (excerpt follows, bold added for emphasis):

Based on the accounts of operatives arrested so far, the Emni has become the crucial cog in the group’s terrorism machinery, and its trainees led the Paris attacks and built the suitcase bombs used in a Brussels airport terminal and subway station. Investigation records show that its foot soldiers have also been sent to Austria, Germany, Spain, Lebanon, Tunisia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Do you feel that Spain’s government is doing a good job at preventing terrorism– considering the lack of cooperation from socialist groups like the Catalonian separatists, who for the most part have embraced the Islamization of their region?

Also, do you support the abolishment of same-sex marriage? Do you and your circle of friends, colleagues and neighbors feel that same-sex marriage was rammed down the throats of Spaniards– who for the most part still reject it?

How engaged are the people in your neighborhood, community or church against abortion? Abortion is an ongoing scandal and a crisis in Spain, considering that Spain is one of the ten most Catholic countries in the world, having converted millions to Christianity, particularly after its discovery of the New World. The abortion crisis in Spain was again painfully portrayed with the recent arrest and sentencing of Dr. Carlos Morin, who runs a house of horrors in Barcelona, where he has performed countless late-term abortions. The question is, how many more like Dr. Morin are conducting this massacre throughout Spain? How has your community reacted to the news of Dr. Morin?

Spain’s reality under the EU has been an economic and moral disaster. Given the EU’s socialist penchant for “consensus” (a code word for ignoring the will of the people)– do you feel that most Spaniards would prefer to leave the EU and follow the British example?

You may add any other comments about Spain’s reality. Thank you.

Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Cathedral of Segovia, Spain
Cathedral of Segovia, Spain

 

REFERENCE: How a Secretive Branch of ISIS Built a Global Network of Killers – The New York Times

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Marielena Montesino de Stuart Conservative Columnist and Speaker. Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate (on the ballot 2012 - Florida). New Leadership and Courage for America.