“Yes has won,” wrote Yolanda Díaz on her social networks. He won yes to the inequality of Spaniards, to rewarding criminals and looting those who produce, yes to greater privileges for the richest communities in exchange for higher taxes and debt for the poorest, yes to anti-Semitism, to be silent in the face of the demolition of the rule of law and the imposition of political randomness above the counterweights of the state.
Evidence of what awaits us in this legislature, the constant blackmail of separatists and the attack on taxpayers, can be seen in the list of new and higher taxes that the middle class will suffer. , from insurance to diesel, electricity and the VAT on education. or independent health, and the threats made by the representative of the Junts in the parliament, when he said that the “strength of the legislature is under the development and compliance” of his demands in the negotiations.
It is worth noting that no PSOE voter agreed to the amnesty, that the entire PSOE apparatus announced it as “anti-constitutional” days before the election, and that the shocked PSC voters saw how the concessions of independents beyond the worst dreams of those who defend the unity of Spain and the Constitution.
The saddest thing of all is that someone thinks this is progressive. The investiture includes an unprecedented cost of benefits for the separatists which means higher taxes on citizens and greater debt in addition to increasing anti-Semitism, separatism and the most ridiculous idea of national Chavismo.
The worst thing about this investiture is that it destroys the checks and balances of political power and hides legal uncertainty under the guise of social justice, which is the greatest injustice of all: the imposition to attack those who produce those who take.
Sánchez says that those with the greatest income should pay more, but what he does not say is that those who have the greatest income compared to what they produce are them, the extractive and confiscatory politicians. And the problem in Spain is not the rich, but those who live on our taxes because of political compliance and, in addition to not producing anything, they block.
This investiture was the crowning achievement of Peronist clientelism. A country where the government rewards embezzlers and now returns the money they stole while announcing a tax battery that will make life difficult for families and companies.
In a country that still has 50,000 companies doing business less than at the end of 2019, and where, according to INE, there are 330,786 fewer companies that are economically active than in 2019, the Minister said Calviño that companies have never been better than them. Now he’s launching yet again to raise corporate taxes and attack freedom
While they tell us that Spain is like a motorcycle, the Bank of Spain shows that 29% of Spanish companies have recorded losses, which means an increase of 4.4 points over the figure before the pandemic.
While they tell us they give you rights, Spain continues to have the highest unemployment rate in the OECD, surpassing Greece, Ukraine and Turkey, with 1,088 million unemployed looking for work in addition to 3.3 million unemployed registered in SEPE and the hours worked per employee still did not recover the level of 2019. Spain lost positions as an economy in the world, and per capita income adjusted by buying power we are 15 points from the European average when in 2018 we are only nine points away.
There is no reason to applaud. Spain is once again ruled by extractive bureaucrats whose hatred of the self-employed, companies and anyone who earns little money is matched only by their discretion and tax collection. In the investiture, yes won over envy and theft.