84 years have just passed since one of the most regrettable and shameful events that occurred in all of European history. On August 23, 1939, nine days before German troops crossed the borders of Poland beginning World War II, the foreign ministers of the communist Soviet Union, Vyacheslav Molotov, and Nazi Germany, Joachim von Ribbentrop, signed in Moscow the German-Soviet Pact by which both powers reached a public agreement of non-aggression and peaceful resolution of their conflicts and another secret agreement by which Poland and the rest of Eastern and Central Europe were divided up. After signing such an ignominious treaty, the Nazi diplomat had his face photographed with a serious face, while shaking the hand of a smiling Joseph Stalin, who at that time was already directly responsible for the massacre of millions of Ukrainians in the genocide known as Holodomor. .
Nazis and communists shook hands for the first time, beginning a collaboration that would last two years, until Germany decided to invade the Soviet Union at the end of June 1941. This final confrontation would end up contributing to the defeat of the Nazi regime with another historic photograph in the one in which the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston Churchill, and the President of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt, pose, smiling again, whitewashing the crimes of Joseph Stalin himself, at the Yalta conference in February 1945. This whitewashing caused communist barbarism has been blessed to this day, making it falsely believe that Nazism and communism are two opposite regimes, when in reality they are practically indistinguishable, like the ultras of two rival soccer teams, which believe themselves to be very different because of the colors of their shirts. and they kill each other for them, but the truth is that we democrats are not able to differentiate them because we see that they are identical: statist, anti-capitalist, liberticidal, anti-democratic, totalitarian, violent, populist and genocidal.
This Monday, in Brussels, a photograph similar to that of the Ribbentrop-Molotov Pact was repeated. A smiling and always brazen communist Yolanda Díaz, acting vice president of the Government of Spain chaired by Pedro Sánchez, posed with the leader of the most similar thing to a Nazi party that exists today in Spain, the fugitive from justice Carles Puigdemont. Nazis and communists again hand in hand negotiating how to divide up a country that this time is not Poland, but Spain. A photograph that should cause embarrassment to anyone who minimally respects democratic rules, but of which both feel proud, to the point that the leader of Sumar took her photographer and her Communications director with her.
Puigdemont, on the run from the Spanish justice system that accuses him of aggravated embezzlement and disobedience for his leading role in the illegal declaration of independence during the coup d’état of October 2017, has appeared before the media in front of a poster that identifies him as ” president» Carles Puigdemont, without clarifying what the fugitive presides over, to detail what he demands of anyone who wants to count on his votes to be invested. Sánchez or Feijóo must ensure amnesty, the recognition of the 1-O referendum as an exercise of the right of self-determination and the figure of a mediator to account for compliance with the agreements. This to start talking.
Knowing this attempt at blackmail, the leader of the PP has immediately announced that he will not sit down with the Junts independence supporters if they do not withdraw their demands. If we are all embarrassed by the photograph of Yolanda Díaz with Puigdemont, it would be no less insulting if Feijóo negotiated his investiture with the representatives of his party, no matter how many orders he received from the King. In the same way that the PP justifies that it has nothing to talk about with Bildu, it must do the same with respect to Junts, no matter how much it lacks its votes to repeal Sanchismo.
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