Is Spain a Fascist State?

Could you imagine in Germany a monumental ensemble in homage to Nazism and exalting and worshiping the figure of Adolf Hitler?

Could you imagine an Adolf Hitler Foundation dedicated to praising the greatness of its figure?

Can you imagine a Foundation in Germany aimed at praising fascism?

  • One such “Jose Antonio Foundation” exists in Spain. José Antonio Primo de Rivera founded the Spanish Falange (FE) in 1933, a Spanish political party of fascist ideology. This foundation considers his figure as “entirely valid, not as reference to the past, but as a model for the twenty-first century”.

Could you imagine that in Germany every year a mass was celebrated to honor Adolf Hitler?

  • Every year, a Mass is celebrated in the Sant Francis of Borja parish to honor Franco and other Francoists.

Could you imagine that trials against Hitler’s enemies in Nazi Germany being still valid today?

  • As of today, Spain has not yet nullified the Francoist trials. At the request of the Catalan parties on 11/2017 it was accepted to modify the law of historical memory so that they could be nullified. Recall that the dictator died in 1975.

Could you imagine members of the German government paying tribute to the Nazi soldiers?

Can you imagine a Baroness of Hitler?

Can you imagine that the German government condecoring and protecting Nazi criminals?

  •  On June, 2017, king Felipe VI awarded a medal to Rodolfo Martín Villa, former Francoist Minister of Interior between 1976 and 1979, to commemorate the 1977 first Spanish Congress elected in democracy after Franco’s passing. Acting as Minister of Interior, M. Villa was responsible for the 1976 massacre that took place in Vitoria, Basque Country, when the Francoist security forces opened fire on a group of workers in strike causing the death of five people and injuring over a hundred. Due to these events and as a piece of a general process against the Franco dictatorship, the Judge Mari Servini of Argentina, has issued an international arrest warrant against him, charging him with crimes against humanity during his time as Minister of Interior.
    While he was Minister of the Interior, Martín Villa also awarded the Police Medal of Merit to Antonio González Pacheco, known as ‘Billy el Niño‘ (2) (3), the infamous police officer accused of torture during the Franco dictatorship.

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  1. Sería bueno divulgar estas noticias fuera de españa,nosotros no sabemos si saben todas las salvajadas judiciales y policiales que se producen en españa. Pero vaya Europa,creo que los tribunales y fiscalia europea debe hacer algo,o los ciudadanos españoles no son europeos

    1. Este mismo contenido está disponible en ESPAÑOL, INGLÉS y ALEMÁN, para ayudar a su difusión en diferentes paises del mundo.
      Cualquier ayuda en su difusión siempre será bienvenida y agradecida.
      ¡Gracias por tu aportación!

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