Catalonia: Fascism and Centralisation

October 28, 2017
Mark aka waykiwayki
Let us step back and look objectively at what has happened, what is happening, and what is likely to happen.
1.  What has happened.

A group of millions of people with their own history and language wanted independence from a central authority, one in which they give more than they take from.
They were refused a referendum many times, so did one themselves.  This took place under violence and threat from the central authority and their military police, the Guardia Civil, that has its roots in deep, open, fascism.
This race / region / group voted for independence, but the central authority called it illegal.   This is a bit strange as it did happen, it occurred.   It’s like saying  “a piece of paper I got from my mate at the courthouse means all that happened in this reality last week doesn’t count.”     It’s kind of weird to call it illegal, it’s not like anyone went and stole anything or hurt anyone, there is no victim here, people just democratically made a decision.
2.  What is happening?

This is the interesting part.   Just hours after Madrid announced Direct Rule and Catalonia announced Independence, others who secretly but historically love centralisation and fascism came out and added their views:
NATO said they back Madrid.
The EU Government said they back Madrid.
The USA said they back Madrid.
The UK said they back Madrid.
France said they back Madrid.
Germany said they back Madrid.

The way the elite write and announce the above is as thought the whole country and population were asked – nope, it’s just five or six people related to Central Banks and Military involved. 

I only know of Russia, Finland, Wales, and Scotland offering some polite support, and remember, Wales and Scotland are in the UK – which backs Madrid.
So, this list of Madrid backers all claim to fight for freedom and democracy but actually back centralised fascism.
Over 10 years ago in my first book I wrote about the fascist history of the unelected EU Government.   I also wrote about the illusion of democracy, and how the western world is mainly a fascist state devolving towards more centralisation, which ultimately means more control.
3. What is likely to happen?
a)  Now the propaganda machine will move into action to sway the zombies against Catalonia, making them think Madrid makes all the decisions.  Just check out the NLP in these BBC headlines and sub-headlines.


b)  The arrests of the Catalan leaders is possible.  Guardia Civil may go in early one morning to arrest the leaders of the Catalan parliament.  For this they will need some intel and to be careful no videos of violence are captured.  Note: I can’t see a daytime ‘tanks in the streets’ type of gig, the USA and EU Would not be keen.  It’s bad PR.
c)  If the above happens, we could soon see an ETA type movement with the odd bomb or online hack aimed at Madrid oppression.
d)  The Spanish government will put on a charm offensive for the new Catalan elections, which will be won by puppets of Madrid.
e)  Other parts of Europe such as Scotland and North Italy will experience renewed enthusiasm for independence.
f)  What should happen is a new official referendum in Catalan should be announced at the very least.
You see, we live under fascism in Europe, it’s just that they hide it well.  But at times like this they can’t hide it, it comes out for all to see (even if the zombies don’t see it).   Centralisation is a fascist gig (and also a communist gig), but Decentralisation is going to be the name in town in the coming years.  

For Catalonia, Blockchain is very relevant, and it’s been said that they favor blockchain over the central bank model.

To learn just a little about Blockchain Technology and one will see middle men such as banks and centralised Governments could soon be on the wane.   

The world will change so much in the coming ten years.   These early symptoms like Venezuela and Catalonia are just some early dominoes – just you wait till it all ramps up.   But for now – sit back in awe as modern day fascism rears its ugly head.