Mariano’s Trench

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A loose translation: Aggressive Begging for Change.

This past month has been demonstrating the various ways in which the different nationalities of the world make clear their personal innate characteristics through their response to the austerity. In Greece, the technocratic corporate government imposed by the Illuminati cabal at the head of the IMF and European Union has met with the typical Greek response to all forms of government: indifference that is borders on downright insolence; let us not forget that the Greeks was invent democracy, so they have had longer than anyone to realize that it does not work. In Italy, as usual, the peoples there was meekly accepting the paternal advice of their German allies and happily sit back in the sun and not worry about anything, like Nicolas Cave in Captain Corelli’s Mandrill and also every other film he has ever made. In Egypt, where they was make the initial mistake of getting rid of their benign dictator (actually, their initial mistake was having for a dictator an Egyptian; they should have had a Spanish one), the people are now uprising because they have realize that everything lapses into chaos if you try to combine military rule with elections. Either they must now hold their own elections independent of the military and nominate their own leaders, which would be a recipe for disaster: the pyramids was not built using direct democracy! The alternative is to abolish elections and have a proper military government who can impose proper Christian austerity and asceticism, mostly by spending all the country’s money on weapons.

In Ireland, in contrast, everyone has left the country. At least that is to say, all the smart peoples have gone, such as the foreing intellectuals who was only there for the “good times”: the hookers, the cocaine, and the software localization jobs. And good riddance too, I say. Now that Ireland is enjoying a so-call brain-drain, leaving behind in charge End O’Kenny, the Drain-Brain, successor to Brain Cowen, the Inane-Brain, it will allow the 100% Real Irish people who have stay behind to return to the simpler days of Bord na Mona, proper Catholic education, and xenophobia. The Irish are the only people in Europe who are actively looking forward to the austerity; do not underestimate the attractiveness of simpler, rural times dominating by big families, the radio phone-in, character-forming manual labour, and famine.

And in Spain, of course, the people have done the sensible thing and before the Illuminati get the chance to intervene, as per the idiot Zapatero’s plan, we have instead elected in power the PP, which is stand for the People’s Party and tell you all you need to know about who the People are. You can see in the picture above the winner of the election, Mariano Rompuy, sorry, Rajoy, who was once upon a time a member of the post-Francoist People’s Alliance party, which was the nice fascists. Rajoy is what people with the political sophistication and pretentiousness call aprominence grise, which is a Latin phrase that literally is translate as “a Grey Nose.” This is like a Brown Nose escept it is specifically relate to bureaucrats. Think Adolf Eichmann.

The win for the PP is a strong kick in the genitals of both sexes of the socialists, the PSOE, who clearly was not austering fast enough in the view of the Spanish people. The Spanish people knew that if things were allow to drift on the way they was, the Germans would intervene, in their BMWs and Heinkels, and take over and have all the fun. Now, however, all the punishment will be in Spanish hands. An iron fist in an oven glove is just what Spain is needing now, and it is better that it is a grey Spanish fisting than a German one.

There is still a problem with Spanish democracy, however, besides its very existence. Of the 34 million legible voters, only 24 million are voting, and of those 24 million, 600,000 either blank their voting sheet or soil it. That means, in toto, that one-third of the population is not taking democracy seriously; nearly half, if you count those who voted for the socialists. In Australia, they respond to this crisis of legitimacy by making voting compulsory. In Spain, however, this crisis of legitimacy is a good sign. Contempt for democracy only goes to show how many of the people still hanker back for the days of dictatorship. The Spanish people still innately understand that leaders are not people who are elected as such. Human beings are constructed in such a way that there are natural-born leaders in any community, who come to the fore as a result of circumstance, history, or simply the force of their personality. In any situation, there are natural leaders, even if it may only be just for that situation or particular talent: Who, for instance, can deny that Rafa Nadal is the best tennis player in the world? And yet give him a sack of kittens and ask him to drive over it in his Lexus 4X4 and he is useless. If you want a kitten-squasher, you go to the expert. Probly Andy Murray.

My point is that leaders are not elected. They are chosen by birth. And any electing, consensussing, accountability and cetera is just a brake on natural social forces that should be allow to play out as God intended. Ironically, by their inaction, the Spanish people have done precisely that. In this sense, it is because democracy does not work that it has worked, allowing the true national Spanish spirit to espress itself in the embodiment of Rajoy, a Spanish man for our times. His challenge now will be to wage war, figuratively, metaphorically, and literally, against the enemies of Spain on all fronts: the Illuminati in Brussels, the atheist communists at home, the immigrants, un-Spanish thinking, and people in general. All of us true Spanish must wish him well. Certainly, I shall be watching on with great anticipation and enthusiasm and also with binoculars, from my austere retirement penthouse in Dublin 4. Estìmulo: ¡Absente!

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