Per terra, mar i àire

Original post and comments at Quina mandra!


Aquest és el centrisme del "nou" PP, el PP de Rajoy, el PP que ha fet fora Acebes, Zaplana i tota aquella banda de terroristes de la retòrica, però que malgrat els esforços per fer veure el contrari, manté el mateix esperit d'aleshores:
Em feia gràcia sentir amics, coneguts o tertulians dir que Rajoy no era com Aznar, que era una altra cosa. Rajoy em sembla tan repugnant i perillós com Aznar. L'única diferència és que aquest últim ja va demostrar (de sobra!) fins on podia arribar, mentre que l'altre porta posada la pell de bè amb l'esperança d'enganyar prou gent per poder arribar a la Moncloa. Quan hi arribi, la moderació passarà a formar part del seu passat, sense cap mena de dubte.
Segueix l'ofensiva espanyolista, per terra, mar i àire. La cosa, francament, s'està posant lletja. I no només pels catalans, sinó per la pròpia convivència entre catalans i espanyols.

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The Spanish right-wing nationalist Partido Popular (Popular Party) is, once again, trying to destroy anything that disturbs their work to achieve a Castillian Spain. In this case, co-oficial languages like Catalan are a nuisace for them. As long as Catalan is spoken only at home, as long as Catalans do not aspire to use the language of Catalonia in every field of daily life, they are ok with it (of course, just because they should not openly say that they'd love to put an end to its history). But this is not the way things go: Catalans want to use their own language with the same normality that Castilians use their. This does not please the Spanish nationalists, and therefore they put all possible preassure, to try to make Catalan (and Basque, and Galician) disappear.


The ad in this post has been designed by the Partido Popular ("Today the world speaks Spanish", it says), with the aim for attacking the normal development of Catalan in Catalonia. Once again, the Partido Popular uses the language issue to divide the Spaniards and bring confusion. Where's the sense of responsibility gone? I've got no answer to that. Noone has.