Spain’s subservience to Cuba’s dictatorship
In an interview today, Carromero says that Paya was murdered by Cuba's political police. Wow, incredible news. Anyone who is not an imbecile knows that Paya was murdered by the dictatorship. For me, the most important aspect of this political assassination -- which will remain unpunished -- is that the time to act is long gone. This is because the Spanish government committed itself to silence and to collaboration with the dictatorship to ensure the crime would not be investigated.
"It only took the Swiss ambassador 24 hours to go get Aron, who since the beginning had declared he could not remember anything [about the accident]. I was only able to meet with the consul months before my trial and never in private. There was always a Lieutenant Colonel there with us."
This paragraph from the interview allows us to appreciate the difference between a democratic government concerned about one of its citizens and a government whose only interest is to kiss the ass of the dictatorship's assassins and ingratiate itself to that dictatorship for shameful reasons. What other reasons could there be?
"Keep your mouth shut for the motherland," the Spanish government asked of Carromero.
"Shut up for the motherland!"
When it comes to the Cuban dictatorship, all you can expect from the Spanish government (be it on the right or left, deep down inside they are all the same cowardly pro-Castro trash) is vileness, fear, and the most despicable attitude possible.