An attitude that the left also exhibits with Hamas, the PFLP and Hezbollah

The infamous attitude of the Spanish left with terrorism, and not only with that of ETA

Terrorism is one of the greatest scourges of our society, but among the left there is an infamous propensity to downplay its importance.

The favors to ETA for which Pedro Sánchez does not want anyone to talk about those terrorists
The Sánchez government allows a march of a Palestinian terrorist group in Madrid

Bildu refuses to classify ETA as terrorist...

In the last few hours, in Spain there is a political scandal due to Bildu's refusal to classify ETA as "terrorist" in an interview on Cadena SER, stating that "ETA was an armed group that may have various considerations." This is no surprise: Bildu has never condemned the terrorism of ETA, a criminal gang that murdered 853 people, including 22 children and babies, and injured and mutilated 6,389.

... and Sánchez does not break his alliance with Bildu

At this time, Pedro Sánchez has not yet announced that he is breaking all alliance with Bildu, the party to which he owes his re-election and whose votes he needs to be able to remain in power. Of course, the coalition government of socialists and communists led by Sánchez cannot be expected to take that step, taking into account that a few months ago they announced their intention to legalize the crime of apology of terrorism, affirming that praising murderers like those of ETA is "freedom of expression". It is logical that a government like this feels comfortable with Bildu: morally they are the same scum.

The scandalous attitude of the government towards the PFLP terrorists

The infamous attitude of the Spanish left towards terrorism is not limited to that of ETA. In January 2024, the Sánchez government authorized a march called in Madrid by the PFLP (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine), a criminal organization classified as terrorist by < a href="" rel="noopener" target="_blank">the European Union, United States and Canada. The Sánchez government not only authorized this march, becoming the first EU government to authorize a terrorist march, but also a minister, Sira Rego, attended that demonstration. Rego is a member of the Communist Party of Spain (PCE), as is the vice president of the government Yolanda Díaz. The PCE has public links with the PFLP: it even cited this criminal group among its "sister organizations".

Media related to the government describe terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah as 'militia'

We can also observe this infamy towards Palestinian terrorism in the media most supportive of the Sánchez government. On October 10, 2023, only three days after the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel (the largest massacre suffered by the Jewish people since the Holocaust), the socialist newspaper El País He described Hamas as a "Palestinian militia". That same day, and as if it were a coordinated action, the socialist radio station Cadena SER described the Hamas terrorists as "militiamen". Both El País and SER belong to Grupo PRISA, a powerful communication group related to Sánchez's party.

This vile treatment of a terrorist group also applies to Hezbollah, another Palestinian terrorist group based in Lebanon. On October 31, 2023, El País described Hezbollah as a "guerrilla". On January 3, the SER described Hezbollah as a "militia". Let us remember, in case anyone is unaware of this information, that both Hamas and Hezbollah are on the EU list of terrorist groups.

They whitewash terrorists and demonize conservatives

Curiously, that left that openly whitewashes terrorist groups like the ones we have just reviewed, is the same left that demonizes conservative parties like Vox for the mere fact of disagreeing with the ideological theses of the left. Vox defends its ideas through legal and peaceful means and they have always shown an attitude of resounding condemnation towards all types of terrorism. Will that be among the things about Vox that bother the left?


Photo: AFP. Terrorists from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) in Gaza on September 1, 2014.

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