Barcelona. Miércoles, 8 de enero de 2020
Last Saturday TV3 should not issue FAQS but those responsible of the program and of La Nostra decided to improvise (and correctly, in my view) an emergency program to interview President Torra following his recent disqualification.
We must praise the work of fellow editors, who creatively filled an hour of program while 131, who was in the Parliament where this same issue was discussed, traveled from the Ciutadella (Catalan Parliament) to Sant Joan Despí.
Before all this happened, Laura Borrás (who was in Madrid in Sanchez’s first investiture session) ordered that all the deputies of Junts per Catalunya should move to the Catalan chamber with the aim (literally) of embracing the president.
The decision bothered more than one who had already planned to stay the weekend at kilometer zero (for the second investiture) and thought delirious and frivolous to return to Barcelona on the first train AVE.
Borràs and her entourage did not arrive at parliament in time, so our dear Laura, who does not give up or because of the inclemency of spacetime, called the people responsible for the program to accredit the entire group while heading like a bullet to TV3 studios. She arrived precisely when the president sat at the table with interviewer Cristina Puig; taking advantage of the publicity prior to the interview, and by surprise of those present, Borràs stormed the deputies in the studio to embrace the Highly Honorable President Torra.
The scene was so surreal that, with just a few seconds left to start the broadcast, El Terrat’s general director, colleague Agustí Esteve, had to enter the set to get deputies almost out of the way.
After the massage, the acting president of the Catalan Corporation Media, Núria Llorach, accompanied the president to the TV lobby, where the entire delegation (and townhouses) was waiting for cheering him. The first hug, of course, was Laura’s.
Pay for the hugs yourself, stop squatting public TV and don’t make fun of people of the country with such shamelessness and needle
The anecdote perfectly frames the current level of Catalan politics, subject to childish whims and narcissism that is covered by an alleged solidarity and an alleged empathy but that only hides a huge card (which, it should be remembered, suffrage among all) .
Not even in the time of Jordi Pujol had a political group been allowed to disembark, or we could say squatt, in public television by the simple whim of warming the arms of the highest instance of the country.
In those days the mafia at least kept the forms. But not now, and that is how – I insist, all drawn with joy and sweetness – one can tolerate that ten politicians break into a television studio simply because they get out of the pussy, as if supporting a president was the same as the surprised arrival of some colleagues to visit a recent divorced and make with him some beers of comfort.
This is the rock in command.
If Mrs. Borràs, or whoever, wants to hug the president after a judicial disqualification (which he had sought alone, by the way), please have the kindness to pay the AVE and the hotels deputies left in Madrid yourself and wait outside public television to make a performance for the party.
Because if you want such a big thing as bringing the country to independence, you would first have to learn to behave in public.
As can be checked for the umpteenth time, it is these people, and not the Spanish deep state, that steals and attacks our fundamental rights with shameful impunity.
Pay the hugs yourself, stop squatting public TV and don’t make fun of the people of the country with such shamelessness and needle . Bad people.