Catalonia Votes Yes!

Yes vote-

It was not without violence on the part of the Jack Boot Thugs aka “police”  however-

With apologies to Robert for not posting this sooner 

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21 Responses to Catalonia Votes Yes!

  1. tranquil says:

    Yay! Good for Catalonia!

    Anyway – off-topic for a moment – I struck a little blow for freedom today!

    I had an eye appointment at the hospital. While wandering to my waiting-room I saw a Muzzie couple in another waiting-room. I gave them the stink-eye as I passed but that wasn’t all. After gathering up courage, I went back and smilingly said to the man – “did you know that there is a Koran verse that was eaten by a sheep? It’s true!”

    They stared at me blankly and then at one another. I then told them to look it up on the internet, and left it at that – went back to my waiting area where they couldn’t see me.

    Have to admit – a bit scary at first, doing that for the first time. In hindsight, should have had a little bit of paper in my wallet with the exact verse number. Anyway…….

    • KG says: Good for you, Tranquil!

    • Robertv says:

      Here too a bit scary at first, certainly if you hear the news from other polling stations. You expect them any moment to appear and you know you’re not allowed to use force only resist and let yourself get hit.

      • Robertv says:

        But indeed, sheep can defeat the lion the moment they stop running away .

        • Robertv says:

          The Ceaușescus were executed by a gathering of soldiers: Captain Ionel Boeru, Sergeant-Major Georghin Octavian and Dorin-Marian Cîrlan,[36] while reportedly hundreds of others also volunteered. The firing squad began shooting as soon as the two were in position against a wall. A TV crew who were to film the execution only managed to catch the end of it as the Ceaușescus lay on the ground shrouded by dust kicked up by the bullets striking the wall and ground. Before his sentence was carried out, Nicolae Ceaușescu sang “The Internationale” while being led up against the wall. After the shooting, the bodies were covered with canvas.

  2. KG says:

    ‘Live: Active gunmen in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Casino, reports of many dead’

    • Michael in Nelson says:

      Current reports are 2 dead, 12 critical and one shooter down. No mention of any more shooters in what I’m seeing now. at 9:55 pm NZ time

      • Michael in Nelson says:

        Only a minute or two later and the running leader says 20+ dead and 100+ injured

  3. KG says:

    After the Catalonia result, I reckon we’ll see the EU gloves come off and the true fascist nature of the bastards made very plain.

    • tranquil says:

      … and if the gloves *do* come off then they will be playing into our hands! Exposing themselves for all to see.

    • Robertv says:

      It will be an eye opener for a lot of people to see that the EU has NOTHING to do with Freedom but everything with BIG BROTHER.

    • Ronbo says:

      Yes, the Spanish police riot squad do seem so keen to beat the living crap out of the peaceful pro-independence people – YET – for some strange and unexplained reason – treat ANITFA storm troopers with kid gloves and with nary an arrest.

      This may lead the Crusaders to believe the EU directed riot police are in favor of the ANTIFA – and not on the side of the Nationalists.

  4. tranquil says:

    The really good thing about the Catalonia “Yes” vote is that if there is a period of violence in the next few weeks or so, that may just encourage a few *Islam*-hating Spaniards to take some action of their *own*.
    I’ll have my fingers crossed for that.

  5. Robertv says:

    I think that King George also didn’t understand why the The Thirteen Colonies wanted to separate from the Empire.

    That too was an illegal act.

  6. Robertv says:

    Ballot papers count in church

  7. Robertv says:

    Nigel Farage says Catalonia referendum shows how the EU treat voters

    • KG says:

      The EU was certainly never about democracy.

      • Robertv says:

        Under Habsburg Charles V, ruler of the Holy Roman Empire and King of SPAIN, all fiefs in the current Netherlands region were united into the Seventeen Provinces, which also included most of present-day Belgium, Luxembourg, and some adjacent land in what is now France and Germany. In 1568, the Eighty Years’ War between the Provinces and their SPANISH ruler began. In 1579, the northern half of the Seventeen Provinces forged the Union of Utrecht in which they committed to support each other in their defence against the SPANISH army.[50] The Union of Utrecht is seen as the foundation of the modern Netherlands. In 1581, the northern provinces adopted the Act of Abjuration, the DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE in which the provinces officially deposed Philip II of Spain as reigning monarch in the northern provinces.[51]
        War continued until 1648, when Spain under King Philip IV finally recognised the independence of the seven north-western provinces in the Peace of Münster

      • Robertv says:

        It seems that the Dutch prime minister doesn’t know his history.

        Rutte said the Spanish government was legally in the right in taking action to stop the vote, which has been ruled illegal by the country’s constitutional court.