Tuesday, 31 December 2013

This week I'm going to Granada to attend the Día de la Toma [Day of the Capture] celebrations on January 2, commemorating the moment on the same day in 1492 when Boabadil, the last Mohammedan ruler in western Europe, surrendered the city to Ferdinand and Isabel. As usual, leftists are protesting against this event.
The juventud andaluza independentista, feminista y comunista [Separatist, Feminist & Communist Andalusian Youth] want to make a call to reject with all our energies the act that, as every year, is going to take place on the next 2nd of January 2014 in Granada, to commemorate the Castilian conquest of the city.

We indicate our most passionate contempt for the Town Council of Granada, which consents to and promotes such displays of hatred and contempt for the history of Andalusia, favouring the presence of neo-fascist organisations and groups, who consider this event to represent "the expulsion of the last Moors from Spain."

The festival of the 2nd of January, restored by the Franco government, shows a lack of respect for all the Working People of Andalusia, but especially the people of Granada. We demand that the Granada city government restore the 25 of May, the day of Mariana Pineda [tn: Spanish 19th century left-winger], as a local festival.

Finally, we call on all the youth of the Working People of Andalusia to come en masse to the gathering against the official acts of "The Toma", which will take place on the same 2nd of January at 10 in morning in the Plaza del Carmen.

The Granada Open Platform invites you to the alternative act "For the Dialogue between Cultures, No to the Toma", which will be held on the 2nd of January 2014 in the Fundación Euroárabe [EuroArab Foundation], and in which José Chamizo de la Rubia, ex-Defender of the Andalusian People [tn: a kind of public ombudsman], and president of the Volunteer Association for Another World.

A message of support sent by Federico Mayor Zaragoza, former director general of UNESCO and president of the Fundación Cultura de Paz [Culture of Peace Foundation].

Granada Open Platform is formed by:

Manifiesto 2 de Enero, Asociación Pro Derechos Humanos, Asociación Andaluza por la Solidaridad y la Paz, Izquierda Unida-Convocatoria por Andalucía, Forum de Política Feminista, Asociación Mariana Pineda, Comunidades Cristianas Populares, Mezquita de la Paz, Asociación de Mediadores Interculturales, Asociación Cultural Almenara, Asociación Gitana Anaquerando, Unidad Cívica Andaluza por la República, Granada Laica, Asociación Democracia y Derecho, Sindicato de Periodistas de Andalucía y Centro de Estudios Históricos de Andalucía.

Note the EuroArab Foundation receives public money. And the presence of the Journalist Trade Union of Andalusia on the list is very interesting too.


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Anonymous said...

White Advocate
Happy new year CZ!

Anonymous said...

Leftists are the most stupid and ignorant scum!

Anonymous said...

These same Leftists probably would have Spaniards celebrate Almanzor's conquest and destruction of Santiago de Compostela in 997 instead.

Anonymous said...

Former prime minister Zapatero congratulates his socialist party for having created a multiracial and multicultural Spain


Anonymous said...

Lefitists aren't stupid as such, they are actually very smart, they know exactly what they're doing, they've been behind this extremely heinous and wicked scheme since the very beginning, they hate their countries and people and are deliberately working to destroy them both through various schemes that involve supposedly noble causes like environmentalism, feminism, X-sexual right's, etc.

All of their schemes are designed to waste money, gum things up, destroy key pillars of society, tear down traditions/culture and or prevent anyone from getting anything done.

Western society is under attack from within and quite frankly the lowest circle of hell is reserved for these evil people and they will burn forever and ever.



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