Trebots @ Thursday November 29th 2012 11:14

Oriol Junqueras being fattened in Osona. More pics.

Joan Ripollès Iranzo thinks Arturo (the "o" disappeared in public a decade ago) Mas may be on the way out, Elena Ribera isn't so sure.

My favourite Reverend Bacon this time round was Oriol Junqueras, whose resemblance to a mad pig conceals the fact that he is a cunning one. I loved his recycling of ERC's boom years appeal to the masses to a bust slogan with vaguer accountability by the simple addition of one letter: "un nou pis per a tothom," a new apartment for everyone, might have been viewed as slightly irresponsible by fascist centralists like Graham, who wouldn't have internet if it weren't for our taxes, and so we were promised "un nou país per a tothom," a new country for everyone. Can I have Moldavia?

(Maybe someone can explain to me why the bottom half of the CUP posters was printed upside-down. An appeal to the down-trodden masses, or gutter politics?)

  • Artur Mas (3) Artur Mas i Gavarró is a Spanish politician. He is the Molt Honorable President of the Generalitat de Catalunya, having assumed office on December 27, 2010 after winning the November 2010 election. He is also the leader of the Catalan liberal nationalist party Democratic Convergence of Catalonia and chairman of the Convergència i Unió coalition.
  • Catalonia (1006)
  • Elena Ribera i Garijo (1)
  • Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya (6) The Republican Left of Catalonia is a left wing Catalan independentist political party in the Catalonia region of Spain. It is also the main sponsor of the independence movement from France and Spain in the territories known among Catalan nationalists as Països Catalans. Occitan Republican Left, formed in 2008, acts as the Aranese section.
  • Nationalism (99)
  • Oriol Junqueras i Vies (1) Oriol Junqueras i Vies is a spanish historian and politician. He is the current mayor of Sant Vicenç dels Horts and has been the president of the Republican Left of Catalonia since 17 September 2011. In the Catalan elections held on 25 November 2012, the electoral list headed by Junqueras won 21 seats in the 135-member Parliament of Catalonia, the second-best showing after Convergence and Union, which won 50.
  • Separatism (12)
  • The Bonfire of the Vanities (1) The Bonfire of the Vanities is a 1987 novel by Tom Wolfe. The story is a drama about ambition, racism, social class, politics, and greed in 1980s New York City and centers on four main characters: WASP bond trader Sherman McCoy, Jewish assistant district attorney Larry Kramer, British expatriate journalist Peter Fallow, and black activist Reginald Bacon.
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