By Carlos Perona CalveteSpain’s climate change law, which bans the country from exploiting its own resources, is part of the political establishment’s push to dynamite the middle class and subordinate the country to foreign interests.
The Spanish conservative party VOX has proposed that the regional parliament of Castile and Leon (CyL), where it is part of the governing coalition, officially ask the national government to repeal its law on climate change.
VOX is specifically focusing on the portion of the law that bars Spain from exploiting, and even exploring, its own natural resources. This ban is part of the country’s long-term geopolitical subordination, the exploitation of its working class, and the dynamiting of its middle class, all of which Spain’s political establishment has been engaged in for decades, albeit things are accelerating as of late under the banner of a ‘green transition.’
For its part, VOX has produced a plan for increasing Spanish ‘energy sovereignty,’ and is looking to put this, and other initiatives, to a vote in the form of referendums that should serve to take such essential questions concerning the nation’s future out of the sphere of party politpolitics.