How can they be Spanish?

If Spain were a democratic State, its constitutional monarchy comparable to the admirable republics of Nicaragua or Uzbekistan and sport a pastime, today no one should be happy about Spain's victory in the Eurobasket, which has so upset the guardians of the essence of independence , which, lately, do not win for tantrums.

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19 September 2022 Monday 19:34
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How can they be Spanish?

If Spain were a democratic State, its constitutional monarchy comparable to the admirable republics of Nicaragua or Uzbekistan and sport a pastime, today no one should be happy about Spain's victory in the Eurobasket, which has so upset the guardians of the essence of independence , which, lately, do not win for tantrums.

Apparently, the team has won not thanks to the sweat of a group for which no one gave a euro, but by a certain Lorenzo Brown, an American who stopped being an American to become a Spanish citizen overnight and thus be able to play the tournament. that he has won –it is deduced– by himself.

Apart from treating Brown as a fool or a mercenary –have they already found out that he is black?–, the guardians of the essences allege that it is a very serious fact, extremely serious, which naturally prevents them from rejoicing or passing over the news. How can they not be entrepreneurs if everything bothers them! If even from a title in the Eurobasket they extract lessons of rectitude, citizenship and democratic values, those same lessons that do not apply to an inoperative Generalitat and Parliament!

As time passes, a certain sector of the independence movement is content to find three feet for the Spanish cat. Today it was Lorenzo Brown and the rest of a team that was successful in humility, tomorrow it will once again be some regional train that arrives half an hour late or is full – an unprecedented event in European railway history – and tomorrow TVE, which should learn from the BBC (11 days of non-stop coverage of Elizabeth II).

I already understand that it is not obligatory to celebrate the victory of the Eurobasket, but I don't see the point of kicking and complaining either, unless, of course, this is about living in anger, broadcasting live the deficiencies of the railway network - very improvable, such as that of Teruel and the greater Bilbao– and try to divert attention from a Government that decides little, except to make calls for life for the unity of its members, worthy heirs of Divergència i Desunió.

Should the Brown case be taken to the Strasbourg court or to the Geneva commissioners? All in order to live emprenyats...

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