The Mayor of Marinaleda (Seville) broke into two Mercadona supermarkets in his town today and looted a load of goods which he says are “for the poor of the village”. José Manuel Sánchez Gordillo (IU) together with dozens of people, mainly from the left wing union SAT – some reports say up to 500 looters were seen. The so-far-left-wing-its-lost-over-California union Sindicato Andaluz de Trabajadores (SAT), under the leadership of this prat Sánchez, said that they Continue reading Mayor and unionists rob supermarkets to “give food to the poor” in Marinaleda→
Spain is the top retirement destination for British pensioners, a study by annuity provider MGM Advantage has revealed. Based on data from its customers, MGM Advantage found that after Spain, France was the second most popular destination for retirees, followed by Australia, Ireland and Cyprus. Andrew Tully, pensions technical director, MGM Advantage said: “The thought of an easier pace of living, better weather and potentially cheaper property than the UK can prove a strong draw. Continue reading Spain still top retirement destination for Brits→
The economic situation is now getting so bad that the townhall of Girona (up north in Catalonia) has ordered that public bins be locked in order to stop scavengers getting in looking for food. It seems that the tramps digging through bins are offensive to some. The townhall will be putting stickers on the bins informing tramps of how to get “free food” from local social assistance programmes.
The hon. Pres of the Andalucian Commie Party, Antonio Romero, has announced a two day hunger strike (steady on and pace yourself! Would no doubt be Gandhi’s advice here) at the gates to Gib to protest at the rocks status as a “fiscal paradise”. He wants Rajoy to “do something about it“. We shall skip lightly over the fact that Romi the Commie has obviously missed the point that Madrid doesn’t have much influence in Continue reading Hunger strike at entrance to Gib: it’s a tax haven and we should do something about it claims PCA head→