A most unusual post, but necessary and unavoidable – Defending Freedom in my homeland

I do not ever publish about politics on this blog, but I’ll make a flagrant exception today, just on behalf of my fellow Catalan citizens and in defence of my country’s liberties -and democracy itself-, now threatened by an incurably totalitarian state as Spain is. (Yes, it is, as it has always been.)

Thankfully, this article by Mrs. Carme Forcadell -the President of the Parliament of Catalonia- has been published today in The New York Times:

 

Thanks to everybody who matters enough about one of the oldest and most abused colonies still existing within the EU to read about us and try to become informed.

nuvol-i-cadira
Núvol i Cadira (Cloud and Chair) – sculpture by Antoni Tàpies, in Barcelona

[The header picture shows an expressive lithograph -also by Antoni Tàpies- called “Journal”, from 1968.]


 

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