• ross1948 10:50 on December 22, 2018 Permalink Reply
    Tags: Andalusia, , ,   

    “We’re Having Some Problems…” Say Spaniards – EuroNews Endless Bias!

    It’s been a while since  I bashed EuroNews, not because it has in any way improved on its engrained inability to report fairly…

    Murdered Pole – EuroNews Smears Brexiteers!

    HAD To Be A EuroNews Headline! Invaders = ‘Victims!’ 


    EuroNews Pinko Hackette Drops All Pretence of Objectivity! 

    ‘Perhaps Understandably?’ Anti-Europe EuroNews Spews On! 

    Dog-Collared Appeasement-Monkeys and EuroNewsBias, Again! 

    Euronews’ Or Eurabian Pravda? Anti-UKIP, Anti-USA – Brazen Bias! 



    …but because I hardly ever read it.

    It’s a lousy lefty cess-pool.

    But today I chanced upon what they impudently call their ‘Brief’  –


    – this week about Vox, the Spanish patriot party which did so well in the recent Andalusian elections.


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    Vox Pop, Vox Dei? Spanish Resistance Rising! 

    But to my astonishment (NOT!) there’s not a single quote from any Vox spokesman, nor even a Vox voter, except for one man named Manolo Lopez, who says  –

    “We feel disappointed, abandoned by the regional government. They have been in command for 36 years and they only remember us in Almería when the elections arrive.” 

    Manolo no doubt speaks from the heart, but his words tell us nothing about the policies Vox offer.

    Instead, we get some woman whose only claim to fame is that she’s ‘married to a Moroccan,’ who contributes this meaningless pearl of wisdom.

    “There are times when coexistence is difficult, there is a great disparity of opinions” 

    Go figure!

    Only when we get to the local mayor, a non-Vox politician named Francisco Gongora…


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    …do we get a hint of the effect that’migrants’ are having on the area.

    “We have a limited capacity and at this moment it is true that we are having some problems…”

    EuroNews doesn’t do as good a job of specifying the ‘problems’ that come along with ‘migrants’ as did Gatestone several months ago, so I append that link again.

    A Month of Multiculturalism in Spain: July 2018  –https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/12807/multiculturalism-spain-july


    Interestingly, Gongora’s party affiliation is concealed by EuroNews but I duly investigated and he belongs to the ‘Popular Party,’ the fairly fake ‘conservatives’ who have done little or nothing to stop the crimmigrant tsunami which is engulfing swathes of Spain.

    Spain’s Irrepressible Suicide Urge! 


    Hasil gambar untuk ceuta migrants

    ..filthy crimmigrants storming Spain’s borders


    The ‘problems’ he mentions presumably include what the EuroNews hack admits is the problem that exercises ‘the humblest classes, who denounce that certain public services such as health or education are saturated...

    Hence, EuroNews breathlessly gasps in horror, the humble folk endorse the message of the far right…

    And that shocking message?

    “The Spaniards first!”

     VIVA VOX, all good Spaniards will say, ignoring the pejorative ‘far right‘ label that EuroNews applies to all patriots


    ABAJO EuroNews (I think that’s the correct Spanish for ‘Down With EuroNews!’

    But they won’t easily be put down, because they leech off public funds, as the relevant link above explains. As to what Vox actually stands for, we obviously won’t find out from the pinko smear-scribblers employed by EuroNews.

    • John Sloan 18:30 on December 22, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Almost none of the media gives fair coverage to the patriot populist parties.
      With Euronews, BBC, France24, CBC, ABC and DW, it’s particularly reprehensible, because they rip off public funds, including all the tax-payers who vote for parties opposed to the broadcasters’s policies.
      We really have to prioritise privatisation as a key part of our programme.



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