go with the valley

The most famous May 22 in the history of the Community of Madrid was that of the year 2021, the day on which the president Isabel Diaz Ayuso He achieved a resounding victory in an election that he had called to get rid of Ciudadanos. From that moment on, the Madrid right was reduced to only two parts, with the work well distributed. How would Alberto PerezVOX would dedicate itself to things of importance and the People’s Party to the important things.

reduce taxes those who have more and privatize education and health, that is, the important issues, had to be done from the monocolor government, with the light blue color, from the Popular Party and the important issues, the essence of patriotic values and things of that type, VOX would be in charge, although, as we will see, not exclusively because the president wanted, like gas, to occupy all the space in which she is located and, of course, she wanted to occupy the space on the right in its entirety.

I heard someone very close to the president one day say that, in reality, VOX was not asking the PP of Madrid for a great deal to contribute to the stability of the Díaz Ayuso government. In an ironic expression, he said that VOX was limited to asking “that children sing the Face to the Sun in schools, and things like that“. And, if we follow the trajectory of that party, it is true that they have a huge fondness for the more symbolic side of politicsthe one who can be seen wearing a blue or brown shirt, straps and high-top boots.

Although Díaz Ayuso’s reference adversary is the communist-socialist-populist-separatist-post-terrorist conglomerate, in reality, his direct adversary is VOX

Now it seems that this ultra-party has been able to inspire the autonomous government of Madrid to initiate a Law on Cultural Heritage with the aim of protect the cross of the Valley of the Fallen threatened by, in addition to the harsh climate of the Sierra del Guadarrama, the supposed destructive attempts of the Sánchez government. It is already known that, although Díaz Ayuso’s reference adversary is the communist-socialist-populist-separatist-post-terrorist conglomerate, in reality, his direct adversary is VOX.

A very important percentage of the electorate disputes with them and, therefore, has to compete on the same ground as them. If VOX asks that Cara Sol be sung as part of the school program, she adds the Snowy Mountains to the singing repertoire. And if VOX asks Diaz Ayuso “to avoid the withdrawal, destruction, or elimination of the symbols that are going to be censored by the Democratic Memory Law”, she approves a community Law that, since it cannot counteract that of gravity , try to override a national lawof those approved by the Congress of Deputies.

If VOX asks that Cara Sol be sung as part of the school program, Díaz Ayuso adds Montañas Nevadas to the singing repertoire

Naturally, that claim doesn’t even go as far as the first legal corner, but who cares? At least already earned some news in the press most in need of something to tell, some good spots on its public-private television and, of course, comments like the one I’m making right now. Less gives a stone.

As regards health, I cannot provide any solution, although I have the feeling that a greater budgetary dedication to health public, it would improve the situation. However, for the Valley of the Fallen I do dare to suggest a remedy.

In my desire to collaborate with any action that involves improving the well-being of humanity, I once again propose something that I have done on other occasions: the privatization of the Valley of the Fallen. Given that privatizing universal services, such as health and education, is the order of the day, why can’t you privatize something that, far from being all, is only part of our society?

It would consist of putting out to tender, by the competent administration, national of course, the conservation, exploitation and, obviously, the enjoyment of the Valley of the Fallen so that, who really vibrates with it, take care of the matter and, by the way, free the public treasury, the one that belongs to everyone, of the expenses involved in dealing with that part of Franco’s inheritance. I do not think that, contrary to the case of the Pazo de Meirás, a very popular initiative was known so that the Valley of the Fallen, with a cross, crypt and all, would remain in the public sector.

In my desire to collaborate with any action that involves improving the well-being of humanity, I once again propose something that I have done on other occasions: the privatization of the Valley of the Fallen

From the Francisco Franco Foundation to the very Community of Madrid, perhaps through an autonomous body such as the Spanish Office or any other, could apply for this contest and, from there, deal with the matter with the greatest dedication and zeal.

There is no doubt of his ability Díaz Ayuso to touch the fallen to the government of Pedro Sánchezbut when it is right you have to give it to them and, surely, no one better than her and her government for such a need. The one to touch something to the government of Pedro Sánchez?, yes, but also the other, to clean, fix and give splendor to the Valley of the Fallen.

go with the valley