Article by Leo Zagami
Demonstrators marching in Barcelona in February 2017 to demand more refugees are welcomed to Spain. Photograph: Emilio Morenatti/AP Photo
Last February 2017, tens of thousands of people marched through Barcelona urging the Spanish government to immediately meet its pledge to take in thousands of refugees. One wonders if they will do the same now that around a dozen people have been killed, and many more injured, after a confirmed terrorist attack took place in the Las Ramblas area.
Terror in Barcelona unfolding…
The attack is still ongoing while I write this article, but we know now is that a van crashed into a crowd of people in one of the most popular tourist areas of Barcelona, killing and injuring many, and there are terrorists still on the loose, barracaded in a restaurant/bar.
Ada Colau, the mayor of Spain’s second city, back in February, called on Barcelona residents to “fill the streets” and march under the slogan, volem acollir (“We want to welcome them” in Catalan). Local police said a huge number, approximately 160,000 people, had heeded the call, but how many will do the same after the latest events in Barcellona?
1 million sea arrivals in Europe in 2015, only a few thousands in Spain.
1.3 million asylum applications lodged, only 13.000 in Madrid. How is it that the only European country adjoining Africa – with Ceuta and Melilla, the two Spanish enclaves in Morocco – has not been touched by the wave of refugees and migrants that hit Europe last year? Well, the Jesuits love their Spanish liberals to have an easy task compared to the ones in Italy or Greece, where the numbers involved are much more, and the crisis is growing out of proportion.
Islam’s “Quiet Conquest” of Europe continues, piloted by Saudi Arabia and its liberal allies in the West, like George Soros and Pope Francis; but they have difficulties in pushing Spain to accept more refugees. Having said that, Spain has welcomed more refugees than ever before in 2016 .
Saudi Arabia has been funding mosques throughout Europe that have become hotbeds of extremism said the former British ambassador to Saudi Arabia Sir William Patey, only last month, and this is also happening in Spain.
Let’s see how Spain reacts and how this will unfold.
Leo Zagami is a regular contributor to Infowars and the author of Confessions of an Illuminati, Volume III: Espionage, Templars and Satanism in the Shadows of the Vatican