"We defend an original Europe of sovereign nations," he stated

'The future of Europe': the documentary that Abascal presented in Santiago de Compostela

This Monday, Fundación Disenso has presented a documentary entitled "The future of Europe" in Santiago de Compostela.

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The choice of the place could not be more successful. For hundreds of years, the city of Santiago de Compostela has been the "spiritual heart of Europe", as Santiago Abascal has defined it today, president of Vox and president of the Disenso Foundation, but in the Currently, the European Union is distancing itself from its own Christian roots and values of the Old Continent to enter an ideological drift and concentration of power that is increasingly dangerous.

The documentary presented today is now available on YouTube, it can be seen here (the video is in Spanish, you can activate the automatic subtitles in English in the bottom bar of the player):

With "The future of Europe", Fundación Disenso intends to return to the roots of the European project that emerged after the Second World War, a project that has deviated from its original purposes, causing more and more conflicts internal and adopting an increasingly authoritarian drift. During the presentation, Abascal pointed out the need to "open a very important debate that has not yet taken place in Spain, with the intensity and magnitude that the debate deserves, and that is not other than the future of Europe."

The president of Vox has affirmed that the "outdated" Franco-German axis will very soon be replaced by new forces, and has indicated that "the debate on the being of Europe, on the future of Europe, was canceled in Spain until Vox arrived", adding: "The candidates came out, one and the other defining themselves as Europeanists and saying that the others were before Europeanists, without daring to go in depth in the slightest." Abascal has pointed out that "during these years we have reflected very little on what have been the positive and negative consequences of joining the European Union. Just daring to raise an objection implied that one would have their Europeanist card withdrawn."

"The debate on the being of Europe, on the future of Europe, was canceled in Spain until Vox arrived"

Abascal recalled that "Spain is Europe without nuances. Spain is Europe in its own right", and while "being part of Europe as a whole has made others Given by geography, we have needed a history of centuries of reconquest to defend a specific identity and so that today Spain can be, in its own right, part of Europe". The president of Vox added: "Spain has contributed to saving Europe in very important battles."

In this sense, the president of Vox has rejected any accusation of Europhobia: "On the contrary. We think that who today questions Europe, its identity, its history and its freedoms are the bureaucrats of the European Union We defend a Europe faithful to its roots, which are very concrete, with all the nuances you want: Greek thought, Roman law and Christian theology."

"We defend an original Europe of sovereign nations"

Abascal added: "We defend an original Europe of sovereign nations and we do not accept in any way that, under the pretext of greater coordination, it ends with sovereign nations and it ends, therefore Therefore, with our democracy, moving away all the decisions of the citizens and making the sovereign powers suffer and be replaced by a federal pressure that is absolutely unacceptable from a democratic, sovereign and historical point of view."

The president of Vox recalled that in the past there had already been "totalitarian attempts" to make a Europe in which everything was decided from a center: "either the Europe of Hitler, or that partly Soviet Europe , where it was intended to tell the nations what they had to do" . Faced with this, "we defend a Europe of free and sovereign nations that is faithful to the founding treaty and a viable Europe in which the countryside, livestock, agriculture are viable and are not subsidized or have to end up being closed down to turn Europe into a kind of theme park."

The presentation ceremony was also attended by Jorge Martín Frías, director of the Disenso Foundation; Hermann Tertsch, Vox MEP; and Eduardo Fernández Luiña, PhD in Political Science from the University of Santiago de Compostela. The last two have held a discussion after the presentation of the documentary, reflecting on the topics covered in it.


Photos: Fundación Disenso / Vox.

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