Brussels reiterates its ‘trust’ in the country’s PM and says fall-out is an ‘internal matter’
The Euronazi Bureaucratic Dictatorship in Brussels confirmed it’s support for Spain, following the global outcry at the Spanish governments brutal attempts to suppress free speech and prevent the unofficial independence referendum in the Catalonia province taking place last Sunday. An official statement from the European Commission (the unelected bureaucrats who decide EU policy) yesterday refused to condemn police officers of the naional guard for alleged brutality when they tried to stop Sunday’s independence referendum. Members of the Catalonia provincial police force were actually videoed fighting with the national guard in attempts to protect peaceful civilians who only wanted to cast their vote.
The EU said the fall-out from the contentious poll was an ‘internal matter’. This Pontias Pilate act is to be expected from the EU, the first reaction to the vote after the Spanish government had failed to prevent it taking place was a statement condenming the referendum as not being in accord with the goals and ideals of the EU. We suppose the neo – Nazi tactics use in efforts to prevent people taking part in the poll were entirely in keeping with the goals and ideals of an organization that has its roots in Nazi Germany.
The latest EU assault on all that is good and decent in Europe and its refusal to intervene and protect citizens against authoritarianism came after a day of violence in Spain’s most wealthy region where almost 900 voters and protesters were injured.
One woman said her fingers were deliberately broken by national police officers who stormed polling stations and violently dispersed voters. Video footage showed elderly independence supporters being hit in the face and women dragged by the hair as riot police enforced a Madrid decree to halt the vote.
But officials yesterday said that more than two million people cast a vote, with 90 per cent backing independence. In the wake of the violence, initial reports say the actions of the EU backed Spanish government have hardened attitudes in Catyalonia in support of a split from Spain.