The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, this Monday. (EFE/Javier Lizón)
The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, charged this Monday against the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, for having appeared in Israel to place “duties” on its authorities and prescribe “morality classes.” “Shame,” considered the leader, who during her speech at an event of the Círculo de Navarra has “firmly condemned the last wall” that Sánchez has built, the one that separates Spain “from Israel, the United States and the West.”
And he believes that the President of the Government “does not disappoint when it comes to always opting for the same thing and for the same people.” Ayuso has condemned that he “once again” has attempted to “patrimonize a situation that is absolutely foreign to him and for which, given what has been seen, it would be much better for him to remain silent.” She “would have preferred that at least Sánchez had respect for the Congress of Deputies, which has remained closed under her control for months, and would have consulted the Chamber about Spain’s foreign policy.”
“Apart from the lies that are told every day about the conflict with the Hamas terrorists, how does Sánchez think of talking about the Palestinian State now? Did the mutilation and rape of hundreds of women have a romantic purpose? Is it justified? Do we buy the terrorist story again? Is it for someone’s good? Was necessary? Have you asked the Palestinians if they want to continue living subjugated by Hamas and Islam? ”He then asked out loud.
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For Ayuso, one cannot “deny Israel”, nor “give up the Judeo-Christian tradition”, nor “values around freedom and life”. “There is much that the Jewish people have given to History over the centuries: Jewish quarters all over the world with surprising architecture, words from our vocabulary, almost 30% of the Nobel Prizes in History, the science that heals us, the literature we read, the philosophy that influences us or the cinema and television that enrich and entertain us. Everything is also influenced by this legacy,” he praised.
Pedro Sánchez defended his position on the war between Israel and Hamas this Sunday at an event in Ifema before 9,000 PSOE militants.
At this point, he has focused on the fact that “regardless of their political ideas, Leonard Cohen, Mark Zuckerberg, Lenny Kravitz, actors such as Adrian Brody, Natalie Portman, Harrison Ford, Scarlett Johansson are Jewish or have Jewish descent; painters like Modigliani; writers like Eli Wiesel or Kafka; one of the most influential scientists in history like Einstein or the father of psychoanalysis, Freud, the directors Spielberg, Polanski or Marx.”
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In addition, he has highlighted that “a small country like Israel” has achieved “great scientific advances, culture and modernization”, tools for geolocation, against cancer, against desertification and for water desalination, for USB storage and further advances in voice mail technology, Internet messaging as well as “other inventions such as exoskeletons for people who cannot walk, key advances in word processors, mobile telephony, instant cameras.”
“Would we really understand the West as it is today without Israel and the Jewish people? Do we really not see why they want to annihilate this nation, the only free democracy in the Middle East, which is really the only thing behind what is happening? What intentions did those who started all this have?” Ayuso launched.
Faced with this, it has positioned Madrid as “the region of freedom, a proud region of mixed-race and open Western values,” which “defends freedom and life as supreme values.”
(Information prepared by Europa Press)