The chronicler spoke this past weekend with a very important transport businessman, one to whom Sánchez intends to laminate the business by gratifying the train while fuel continues to rise. And he told me: “In my house (he was referring to his industry) I have dozens of workers, most of them take vacations in August and when I point out the difficulties we are going to encounter, they and I, in September, answer me: ‘ Well, then we’ll see what happens.’” These workers follow the recipe of the general secretary of the UGT, a certain Álvarez, released from the union who has never picked up a hoe or a hammer, and who has already advised not only his members, who are fewer every day, but the country in general that “come on, to the beach, we have to rest”. It must be that the man is exhausted after the organization of May Day, whose demonstration was attended by twelve or thirteen fanatics, or his collaboration in Pride, which, it seems, has always been one of the great demands of the working class.
Well, this is, perhaps in great caricature, the Spain that lies ahead: a great one, which is no longer free, “Memocracy”. A situation that, in general, is less frightening than the traffic jams on the Nacional III or in the very surroundings of Valencia and Barcelona. Look: even if the crisis that is coming upon us in Spain is overwhelmingly brutal, it would only be a quarter of serious if it weren’t for the fact that, if we look abroad, the panorama is a picture of lean cows with no apparent way out. The worst thing that can happen to the world right now is the absolute absence of leadership, whichever way you look at it. Well, I correct; there is only one leader, the assassin Putin. The rest would not reach Bureau chiefs in Reagan’s USA or Thatcher’s United Kingdom, nor would they even be deacons in Wojtyla’s Church. In this regard, just a warning: do you know that universal Catholicism is on the verge of schism with the “parallel Church” that a large part of the German clerics of the Synodal Path are trying? Do you have any interest in verifying that a luterinization of the Church is taking place that precisely survived the German friar?
They will tell me: and what does that have to do with Spain? To waste many lines in explaining it would be to offend the intelligence of the readers. If finally and unfortunately what we anticipated happens, the great factor of universal stability that the Vatican supposes will go to waste. We return to complete, for the rest, what was said previously: China emerges replacing the North America of the ancient and incapable Biden; Russia laughs at the fights we throw at them and already dominates, forever, almost half of the Ukraine; the dollar is stronger every day compared to a euro that depreciates a little more; No one denies the world energy crisis anymore, and in this situation the only thing that occurs to Teresian Von der Leyen is to proclaim that “Spain is an example in terms of energy”, and the aforementioned, without pointing out, Sánchez Castejón , that we loosen our ties and that the Metro circulates burning in its cars at 27 degrees Celsius. Sounds like a 1950s hairstylist joke.
This is something more than that happy and trusting city that Don Jacinto Benavente dramatized; it is, out there, beyond the Pyrenees as the cheesy of our puberty spoke, and here inside, which is what we have to live directly, a collapse about to take us to intensive care. In this Nation, already disorganized by a butcher without principles or scruples, inflation gives us no respite and once again Sánchez boasts that everything will be better in October. even unemployment, which has grown unusually in July. The guy must be a liar! All economic indicators are bad, everyone in the world warns that, except, of course, this pathological liar whom we still support. Employment will collapse in September, as even the Leninist Díaz has predicted. Growth will hit a morrazo when tourism declines. And the rise in basic products will make production more expensive and for this reason consumption will be substantially attenuated and employment will not give us any joy.
This is the incomplete version of the Spain that is on the beach and that “we’ll see what we do when September arrives”. Spain -I write it without asking for any forgiveness, “memocratic” of right now “happens”, except in the coffee and drink gatherings, of the immense scandal that has led to the theft of 680 million euros by Griñán and Chaves and their cronies, who are being extolled as if they were benefactors of humanity from the middle and lower classes whom, by the way, he wants to leave in the dark to control them as in Siberia. To this Spain drugged by the intoxicating media, it brings the fact that Sánchez has bombarded the Constitutional Court and the Judicial Power as a whole. confessed and reiterated in Catalonia, enjoy all the monetary and separating royalties. The country is not moved by the burdensome lies of the still president who first denied the cuts, then claimed that they would only be “on time” and now accuses the others of being directly guilty of the ruin. It is true that the country already exudes weariness, subjugation, apathy, anger and patriotic disaffection, but all in a climate of resignation because – the chronicler has heard – “perhaps we deserve this.” It is the Spain of the “Memocracy”, of the useful fools that do not rise up, that we do not rise up, that we have not improved anything compared to those demolished that so well, so badly, described the entire generation of 98. It is to be expected , that it is a lot to wait because that takes us out of comfort, that in the end we get hyperchloridia and we react. Who said that we Spaniards are more capable of sleeping defending the door of a church than of entering it? Well, let’s go in, because not even the saints are left.