Nuria Romeral Cas: Controlled explosion

Nuria Romeral Cas: Controlled explosion
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The principle of parsimony defends that when there are several possible explanations to understand a phenomenon, of all of them, no matter how complex they may be, the simplest one is generally the most correct. Following this principle, Pedro Sánchez has repeated, neither more nor At least, what he has been doing since he became president: launching a bigger scandal capable of covering up the previous one.

In this case with differences due to the emotional nuance that the scandal to be covered up directly affects his wife, because the true fact is that the judicial investigation leaves her at the door of accusation and the histrionic point of the staging is added by the own restlessness that is experienced when justice knocks on the door of your own house.

Everything else, the rest of the show that we have experienced, is an excuse, packaging and some personal itch in the form of a controlled explosion that has also allowed him to take advantage of it to measure his dog loyalties, in addition to pointing out casualties that there have been and notable ones. The time for accounts will come.

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If a judicial investigation affects any party except the PP, the judges are attacked

In this context, what is not tolerable is that now, if a judicial investigation affects any party except the PP, the judges are attacked and baptized as lawfare. And before, when judicial cases were orchestrated by the PSOE, Compromiso or Podemos and affected any position in the PP – such as Paco Camps, Rita Barbera and the hundreds of senior officials who have gone through a difficult judicial journey to defend their innocence and who have been left in nothing – it’s just that they were all corrupt. T-shirts, anonymous names, threats, escraches, attacks on family members, judicial instructions without guarantees leaked to the media, lack of rights… The pace has been increasing, the only difference is that now they affect him and that is why democracy is at stake . If you really think about it (I frankly doubt it) you are right to say it. But what is clear is – as in the theory of parsimony – that whoever is part of the problem can hardly be part of the solution. Before it was justice and now it is lawfare? I’m very afraid not.

Unfortunately, the wall that Sánchez spoke of is still under construction, dividing the country, but the person who launched this machinery almost 20 years ago was José Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, who acts today as a shadow president. He is a political father, protector, source of inspiration and agitator of the faithful.

Because in this matter of the two Spains, I am very afraid that there is one that remains perplexed – many of your own – after the psychedelic trip experienced at the invitation of the president in the purest style of Juan Palomo: I stew it and I eat it. While the other half remains totally on the sidelines, high-eyed and stunned, oblivious to so much heaviness. Waiting to see what other illustrious socialists like Felipe Gonzalez or Alfonso Guerra have to say about it. Don’t you think so?

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