TV Election Debate – Arrogant Elite Gets Egg On Its Face!

As British media discuss how the televised pre-election debates should be arranged…

…it’s a good time for a quick glance at a very recent retort to the establishment’s belief that democratic principles and practice should function only within boundaries drawn up by elites.

We have seen calls for this kind of infantile intolerance on display in the UK media…


Guardian’s Nick ‘Storm-Troop’ Cohen.

Guardian Bigot- “Don’t Even Acknowledge Patriot Point Of View!” 


…and in Canada, from the  leader of the socialist NDP party…

Turdo’s ‘Brown-Face?’ Howzabout Singh’s Brown-Shirt? 

…but how did it work out in Madrid this week?

Spaniards  vote tomorrow, fourth election in four years, we’re told, but rather than argue in public about serious alternatives to the effete response to issues which characterises the political ruling class (there as in so many Western countries!) the big parties, obliged by the rules to sharea tv studio with the patriot party Vox but largely, rudely, treated its leader, Senor Abascal, with crass disrespect.



The leftist PSOE leader, Prime Pedro Sánchez…


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….sought to ignore Abascal entirely…


This arrogance did not go un-noticed by the millions who had tuned in to hear real debate.

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Vox, unchallenged at TV debate, enjoys boost in the polls

The leader of the far-right party, Santiago Abascal, took advantage of the silence of his rivals on Monday night to get his message across to the more than eight million viewers…

Polls in a number of Spanish newspapers – El Mundo, La Vanguardia, La Razón – placed the leader of the far-right Vox party, Santiago Abascal, as the winner of the live televised debate broadcast..

And what a good message much of it is!

 “For the most humble Spaniards, Spain is their only asset; only the rich can allow themselves the luxury of not having a homeland…


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…citing the issue of citizen safety, something he directly linked to irregular immigration, and to the battle between Spaniards and foreigners for scant social resources. “How is the state going to deal with Spaniards who are in need if it attends to those from outside first?” .


Good luck, Vox.