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The Secret conflict of Spain: Investigation

The genuine Catalan revolution

“It is not nationalism to feel the vital necessity to defend oneself from someone that domineers you; true nationalism is just the imposition of a unique idea to sustain domination” Víctor Alexandre Published in El Singular Digital 24/05/2011   The... Continue Reading →

Joan Crexells, a visionary in the XXth century

Joan Crexells was born at the end of the XIX century and studied language, philosophy and other humanities in several universities in Barcelona province. At a very young age he joined Catalan republican intellectual associations, and further on, their political... Continue Reading →

Transition memories: in the open air

AUTHOR: VÍCTOR ALEXANDRE Published at: http://www.victoralexandre.cat/ 17th April 2011 Title: L'Espanya dels catalanistes We should deeply thank Patrícia Gabancho for deciding to publish some of her political life experiences as a Catalan independence activist during 1976-1978 at Catalonia, after  two... Continue Reading →

Catalan revenge…

Catalan Revenge (Venjança Catalana) is the name given to the wars that took place between the Companyia Catalana d’Orient against the Greek people during the Bizantium Imperium from 1305 to 1307. It seems the horror caused in the Greek population... Continue Reading →

Polemic Mr. Monzó…

(A translation from the article "Visca Catalunya lliure!" a la Vanguardia, published in E-NOTíCIES February 2011.) Mr. Quim Monzó, the polemic and popular Catalan writer is hoping the democratic wave affecting Middle East Islamic countries, should hopefully hit Spain soon...... Continue Reading →

Catalonia will only be fully understood abroad if it becomes independent from Spain

Matthew Tree: "Catalonia will only be fully understood abroad if it becomes independent from Spain". (Matthew Tree’s book is available in English via online shops with the title ‘Barcelona, Catalonia: A View from the Inside’.) An article published 1st of... Continue Reading →

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