By Franck Deletraz
We have known for a long time that if there is one thing that the globalist elites who have taken power in the states of Western Europe and transformed them into veritable Orwellian regimes abhor it, it is that some people dare to stand up against to pose the official ideology and anger the politically correct, especially on the issue of the immigration invasion. The latest example is indicative of the incredible outburst of hatred that the young Spanish nationalist party VOX has been exposed to for several weeks for daring to pay its compatriots the exorbitant cost of the so-called “unaccompanied minor refugees” who are in Iberian On the ground.
4,700 euros per month for a “MUFL” (“minor unaccompanied refugee”)
This “affair” is about an election poster that was pasted a few days ago by VOX partisans on the walls of a suburban train station in Madrid, as part of the campaign for the regional elections on May 4th. The poster is neither racist nor inflammatory, but the disadvantage of the socialist Prime Minister Sánchez and the immigration lobby is that it shows the real cost to Spanish society of the so-called “unaccompanied minor refugees”, tens of thousands each year flock to the Old Continent. On this poster, on one side, an elderly woman with white hair looks down with a sad and worried look, and on the other hand, a hooded “MUFL” with a scarf over his mouth looks at the old woman with a sarcastic and provocative look. All of this is accompanied by the text:“Un mena: 4,700 euros al mes, tu abuela: 426 euros de pensión / mes” (“A MUFL: 4,700 euros per month, your grandmother: 426 euros pension / month”).
Preferential treatment for foreigners
These are numbers and a comparison that not only reveals the appalling cost of the immigration invasion to society, but also testifies to the real and intolerable preference for foreigners that is de facto applied today in Spain and elsewhere. It is therefore not surprising that this poster immediately provoked an incredible outburst of hatred from left-wing parties, NGOs and other proponents of uncontrolled immigration. Even the government of socialist Pedro Sánchez, who officially announced on April 21 that he had filed a complaint against VOX with the Madrid public prosecutor’s office for “inciting hatred”, has not hesitated since then, through the voice of his Minister for Social Rights Ione To explain to Belarra that “the criminalization of children who migrate alone is a direct attack on democracy that we will not tolerate”; the minister added – in all seriousness – that “fascism is once again threatening our society”!
This article first appeared in the daily newspaper Présent .