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Rise of Spain’s conservative, libertarian movement

Rise of Spain’s conservative, libertarian movement
The Duran: Episode 1011

Why Isabel Diaz Ayuso is dubbed ‘Spain’s Thatcher’

https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/europe-news/the-success-of-isabel-diaz-ayuso-7961640

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Misha
Misha
June 21, 2021

Green shoots of liberty!!!

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
June 21, 2021

Very promising news. The western empire, now known as the New World Order under USraeli control sees its opposition, the conservative Right rebelling, while in Latin America, long-time victims of the US empire, the progressive Left is coming back into power. What calls itself the “Left” in the US (i.e. the Democrats) is in reality the neocon/neoliberal Right, while in Latin America, the “Left” really represents the real progressive social democracies. It’s confusing, because the democrats have changed the meaning of these words to hide their real agenda.

drint
drint
June 22, 2021

this is only half the story. Many previously Social Democratic voters have turned even more left by supporting the Greens

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