After a very summary procedure typical of a totalitarian organization and/or government, the Spanish Socialist Workers Party, that logo that survives to give the name to the family business of Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón, has expelled Nicolás Redondo Terreros, who was general secretary of the Socialist Party of Euskadi in the times when ETA murdered innocent Spanish citizens for not giving up being Spanish citizens.
Both the summary procedure used by the Federal Executive Commission of the PSOE logo (they continue to call the meetings of the listeros* of the leader Sánchez’s flock that way) and the obscurantism that surrounded the decision (after having agreed to expel Nicolás Redondo Terreros, the spokesperson María Jesús Montero boasted to the press that “in this PSOE, whoever moves does appear in the photo…”) clearly portrays the spirit displayed by the new inquisitors of the Spanish “progressive left.”
Freedom has no place in the country model that Pedro Sánchez dreams of; So, once again, he uses his party as a testing ground. In the Spain that the modern socialist leader likes, political pluralism does not exist, neither within his company/party logo PSOE nor in society itself. Whoever dares to exercise his freedom of expression is immediately banned and expelled from the progressive and democratic kingdom of which the forces commanded by Sánchez feel they are owners. Whoever dares to dissent politically by criticizing Sánchez’s decisions, signing a manifesto, calling for a demonstration… will immediately be branded as a fascist… or a coup leader by the co-opted opinion leaders, the lawmen who progress with the sole merit of nodding to the master’s voice. or the media subsidized or directly bought with the money of all Spaniards who publish the “editorials.” All of them react like an army of mercenaries and immediately repeat the slogans sent from Moncloa. Whoever pays, rules.
If that is the model that Sánchez intends to establish in Spain, it is logical that he first apply it in his PSOE company. Sánchez cannot withdraw our status as Spanish citizens nor can he exclude us from public life – although he does everything he can – to all of us who disagree with his policies and his methods. But he can do it in his flock with total impunity and impudence. And that’s why he does it with people like Leguina or Redondo, Spanish citizens who put their dignity ahead of his party card. According to one of the media friends of the Moncloa individual, citing sources from the PSOE, Nicolás Redondo Terreros has been expelled for “repeated contempt for the acronym”, which is quite illuminating as to how they see themselves: they are a logo, a commercial brand, and not a political organization whose principles and values its members have the obligation to defend.
“Belittle” the acronym to defend the values that the PSOE once represented has made Nicolás Redondo Terreros a subject of expulsion. Defending democratic principles, the constitutional order, equality among Spaniards, the legitimacy of the courts and the laws that apply in Spain, opposing the impunity of criminals and the erasure of the crime itself, is cause for the expulsion of Nicolás Redondo Terreros, which is where that PSOE always was, which was a key political party in making the Transition and building democracy in Spain. Defending freedom and equality has been the reason for the expulsion of Nicolás Redondo Terreros, because worthy and free people have no place in an organization that denies its democratic past and that works in happy company with the sworn and mortal enemies of democracy to demolish the constitutional order.
In the eyes of Pedro Sánchez and his entire troop of rupturists and deniers of Spanish democracy, the fact of defending democratic values and principles and the Constitution that proclaims and sanctions them; the separation of powers, freedom and equality of all Spaniards before the law; demand that the sentences be carried out and that the legitimacy of the bodies that issued them and the laws on which they were based be respected; denounce the process of demolition of the democratic system undertaken by Pedro Sánchez in complicity with those who have murdered to prevent democracy from triumphing while boasting about their past and paying tribute to criminals and with those who have struck a blow against democracy and assure that they will do so again ; or opposing the fact that the future of Spain depends on anti-system alliances turns millions of Spaniards who are not willing to renounce democratic values and principles into fascists and/or coup plotters.
While they flirt and close agreements with fugitives from justice, they flatter terrorists, they strengthen their ties with communists and far-left populists, while they choose Otegi and Puigdemont as partners to determine the course of Spain… Sánchez and his party/family company have taken a definitive step – even for those who refuse to see the truth and prefer to whitewash tombs, “the 39”, for example – have expelled Nicolás Redondo Terreros. Each sheep, with his partner. And it is evident that in a flock commanded by the aforementioned riff-raff there is no room for worthy people like Nicolás.
The summary expulsion of Nicolás Redondo Terreros is not a warning to sailors that is limited to those still affiliated with the PSOE; It is a warning to sailors that all Spaniards who are not willing to have our citizenship rights stolen from us, to lose their freedom and be treated as subjects, must receive as their own. As I said, Sánchez cannot expel us from Spain, although it is necessary that we become aware that he does and will do everything he can so that the citizenship rights that the Constitution recognizes us are not effective.
I don’t know what else has to happen for us to rise up in defense of the most sacred…
* List maker: “Operator who is responsible for taking a roll call of a company’s staff, noting absences, and distributing payrolls.”