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The Western Sahara, a New Political Betrayal


  • 05/15/2022 - by David Hernández

Spain left Western Sahara in the hands of Morocco and Mauritania decades ago. Since then, the vast majority of the territory is occupied by the Kingdom of Morocco. The Polisario Front, with the support of Algeria, initially faced Spain and currently Morocco.
Since the abandonment of our state responsibilities as a colonizing power, to satisfy the geostrategic interests of the United States, relations with the Kingdom of Morocco have been relatively cordial, despite Morocco's pathological and disingenuous obsession with the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla, as well as other Spanish squares of sovereignty, for centuries.

Spain left Western Sahara in the hands of Morocco and Mauritania decades ago. Since then, the vast majority of the territory is occupied by the Kingdom of Morocco. The Polisario Front, with the support of Algeria, initially faced Spain and currently Morocco.

Since the abandonment of our state responsibilities as a colonizing power, to satisfy the geostrategic interests of the United States, relations with the Kingdom of Morocco have been relatively cordial, despite Morocco's pathological and disingenuous obsession with the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla, as well as other Spanish squares of sovereignty, for centuries.

It should be noted: for centuries, because in the rest of the planet, they easily forget that the Kingdom of Morocco did not exist centuries ago, while the Spanish sovereignty of these cities and overseas places was and is unquestionable, to say nothing of the Canary Islands where the provocations of the Kingdom of Morocco are also continuous.

The absolute absence of a minimum geostrategy, geopolitics or geoeconomy has led us to a situation of eventual risk of military invasion of our overseas possessions.

In a hybrid strategy, the Kingdom of Morocco uses illegal and violent immigration as a form of direct attack on a democracy belonging to the European Union and NATO.

The continuous invasion, with planned and permitted assaults from the Moroccan border, has resulted in hundreds of wounded policemen.

The assaults on the border areas or the lucrative trips in geolocated boats are designed by the Moroccan government and by illegal immigration mafias, as a strategic and economic attack on Spanish sovereignty.

The images speak for themselves; there are no children, there are no women, there are no elderly people. Those chosen are young men of military age, who access the Spanish borders with extreme violence and who are legally advised by alleged NGOs and similar entities subsidized with public money.

As I have reiterated it on previous occasions, a situation that is allowed and prolonged in time and space, becomes a problem of citizen security. And illegal immigration, directed as a political strategy from Morocco: it is.

Criminal statistics do not lie and the news of rapes, assaults with knives, robberies with violence, carried out by men from the Maghreb are the daily reality.

What can generate a situation like this in society? Obviously fear and the consequent xenophobia. Who benefits? Obviously to self-proclaimed “progressive” governments and their related subsidized associations and organizations.

And this is so, because every problem of citizen security, and massive and illegal immigration is one of them (especially when it is politically designed), which becomes a lucrative business (see all the associations that receive public subsidies with the phenomenon of illegal immigration) due to its own economic conception: it tends to expand and to search for more economic benefits.

The self-proclaimed progressive governments in the European Union and that of Spain among them, spend millions of public euros to maintain this illegal immigration business machinery, which subsidizes very deficient political systems such as the Kingdom of Morocco and countless entities, public organizations and private Europeans.

If the geopolitical and geoeconomic situation was dire, the one called by many sources the worst government in Spanish democratic history, has persisted in destroying any capacity for reconstruction or the geostrategic resurgence of Spain.

To the incorporation of communist and secessionist parties into state government bodies and entities, which are prohibited in many European countries and throughout the West, is added an absurd foreign and domestic policy.

The cases here involved the illegal airport entry of a policy of the Venezuelan dictatorial regime, the hospital treatment of the leader of the Polisario Front (with false identity) hiding it from Morocco, the presence of the Communist Party in all the government institutions of the Spanish State, the secondary victimization of the victims of Basque terrorism denounced by the European Union, the consensual persecution of the Spanish language within Spain itself, the leaking to the media of the NATO-related talks on Ukraine, and others.

In any Western country, this negligent and chaotic executive power would have been ousted or forced to resign, but an obscene network of public subsidies to the media, unions and private associations makes Spain an exception in the European Union.

For this reason, the betrayal of the Polisario Front, the Saharawis, all those who still trusted in the geopolitical capacity of Spain in Western Sahara as a former colonizing power (and also a political or economic power), is one more example of the madness of the Spanish political system.

This amounts to a consummate betrayal, with the consequent loss of world confidence and the confrontation with the Polisario Front and its ally Algeria, a betrayal carried out without the support or consultation of the chambers of popular sovereignty: the Congress of Deputies and the Senate.

We thus have a genuine example of how a democratic system can be converted into a regime of absence of freedoms and fratricidal policies, based on public subsidies while so-called  European and Western allies seek their own benefit in the Spanish instability.

David Hernández

President Politeia

Defense and Security Spanish Association