Pedro Sánchez affirms emphatically and cockily that there will be a new Frankenstein government. He calls it a government of progress (sic): «Let no one doubt it. “We will look for votes even under the stones.” How is he so sure? Has he already agreed on it and we live a little theater between all the actors in this play that we don’t know if it is a comedy or a drama?
It doesn’t seem like things are so clear. That Pedro Sánchez is a pathological liar is a fact as true and indisputable as that today, as I write these letters, it is Monday and my name is Vicente. It is also true that Sánchez would sell a family member, if necessary, to remain in power. For this individual there is no further horizon than that and, of course, he is capable of taking our Constitution and the Rule of Law ahead of him and handing it to Puigdemont on a silver platter.
Therefore, following the logic of these years, tying up the government and remaining in Moncloa is, without a doubt, the number one objective of the still president. The elections are carried out by the devil, the 23J played well after the fiasco of the 28M and a repeat election could go wrong and ruin everything again. Another thing is that the fugitive and Junts have discovered that they are better off boycotting the felon and Spain. The polls are favorable to them compared to those of ERC already, almost, considered as botiflers dedicated to Spanishism and Madrid.
So, Sánchez, of course he is trying to secure the investiture again at any price! Another thing is that it turns out well. If you don’t succeed, Plan B has already been designed. In Moncloa they detected that, in the last week of the electoral campaign, Sánchez recovered votes for the center stolen by Feijóo in the previous weeks. They were those days before the elections in which the PP was already toasting with champagne and decided not to appear in the campaign, leaving the space open for a hyperventilated Sánchez who – it must be recognized – worked hard, something that the Spaniards usually reward at the polls. .
The PSOE’s plan would be, now, to fail with Puigdemont, go to elections, continue scratching for votes in the center and try to change the game of majorities, knowing that on the left and the extreme left it has millions of unconditional supporters willing to throw themselves for a window if Sánchez asks for it and, therefore, willing to vote for him blindly, whatever he does or says what he says. It would be sought that, with a D’hont law that is an electoral lottery by provinces, new elections would leave, even just barely, the PSOE bloc, Sumar and the separatists in a better position than now to, then yes, give Puigdemont or whoever it takes, whatever it takes to win the investiture.
Imagine this scenario in the coming days or weeks. In circles close to the Sanchista power it is more than a working hypothesis. Imagine that, after weeks and weeks of talking about the amnesty, of Sánchez kneeling before Puigdemont and with the PP even protesting in the street, with all that foam and political-media excitement, Sánchez comes out – after Feijóo’s failed investiture – and He says that he is not going to appear because he does not accept blackmail from Puigdemont. Long live Spain! Long live the Constitution! and even Manolo Escobar and Lola Flores. That he is a patriot and more Spanish than anyone else and that, once again, the PP has lied to the Spanish people, as always, because Feijóo is devoted to Aznar and the extreme right. And, therefore, we are going to elections.
What would be the effect of something like this on that floating socialist electorate between Feijóo and Sánchez in the center? What would be the ‘high-effect’ on the left-wing voter who these days may feel ashamed and crestfallen listening to everything that is said about his beloved leader as a “sell-out countryman”?
Careful! Because Sánchez already demonstrated on 23J that he is smarter than that opposition, divided into egos, of the PP and Vox and he will end up telling us in a few weeks that he has never negotiated anything with Puigdemont and that he has never talked about amnesty. Which is literally true.
Look. The game is between crooks in these comings and goings of Sánchez, the PSOE and Yolanda with the separatists, including the PNV, in which they all threaten to rely or not to maintain their viceroyalties, whether it be La Moncloa, the Generalitat or the lehendakaritza . Because in a few months there are Basque and Catalan elections and Sánchez knows that it will be he, the Catalan PSC and the Basque PSE, who will decide whether Aragonés will be president or Puigdemont himself “relieved”, already then, perhaps, of his sorrows even if they do not call him amnesty.
Arnaldo Otegi, meanwhile, appears to have grown in the face of the PNV’s debacle in the polls and sees himself as lehendakari next year. He knows that he will also depend on Sánchez and the PSE. He knows it and, therefore, he now gives everything to Sánchez. Will Sánchez and the Basque PSOE support Otegi or Urkullu? The new generations grown up in the lies of the PNV’s story about ETA no longer believe in political monstrosities like Ortuzar. The monster has rebelled against them, as happened to CiU in Catalonia, and now they vote for Bildu.
And, as things are, amid mutual blackmail from everyone, Junts has taken another step. He has threatened the PSOE with ghosts of the past. Xavier Trias has suggested that the PSOE was aware of the 23F coup d’état and that it participated in its preparation. Los Trias, Pujol (“calm down, Jordi, calm down”) or Roca… know a lot about that time.
This is what happens for having handed over the governance of the country to them for 40 years. This is what happens for having handed over the Transition to the nationalists, even sharing with them important secrets of a State they hate, naively thinking that they would be loyal. What loyalty can be expected from the PNV or Catalan nationalism if there is not much money involved?
The threat of Trias agitating the 23F and the involvement of the PSOE and King Juan Carlos in the coup has sounded a lot like that famous day in which Pujol, reluctantly forced to appear in parliament due to his endless family corruption, said that : “Be careful, they will all fall if you shake the tree!” “Cauran tots!” He repeated shouting in clear reference, to say the least, to the Emeritus; Pujol knew, among many other things about him, that, supposedly, they shared a front man in Switzerland. Not a single one of the Pujols has ever been to prison.
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