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Group.png Spain   History Commons Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
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Capital cityMadrid
LeaderPrime Minister of Spain
Typenation state
Interest ofCharles Powell (Integrity Initiative)
Member ofEuropean Defence Union, European Union, Eurozone, G-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, International Criminal Court, International Energy Agency, NATO, OECD, UN
Spain/Deep state
Spain/Deputy Prime Minister
Spain/Foreign Minister
Spain/Leader of the Opposition
Spain/Member of the Congress of Deputies
Spain/Member of the Senate
Spain/Ministry of Defense
Spain/Prime Minister
Spain/Stay behind
Seemingly a tropical easy-going country on the southern border of Europe. Spain has had trouble running a “death squad-free” democracy since Franco retired. Spain has seen the bloodiest post Gladio 1 terror attack take place in Madrid in 2004, and was a battleground of the Ifs and GRU during the 2010s.

Spain is a European nation state.

Deep State

Full article: Spain/Deep state
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The Spanish deep state can be understood as a continuation of the regime of Francisco Franco. It is class based in the bourgeoisie, the victors in the civil war 1936-39. The military cooperation with the US and NATO during the Cold War created structures that run parallel to the elected government. After the democratization 1975-81, the civil service was never really reformed. The police, the army and the business leaders consisted of the same people. The new generation journalists and editors (see Juan Luis Cebrián)and right wing politicians (see José María Aznar) were the sons and daughters of important people in the old regime, shedding the outward fascism, but never being in doubt of who should rule the state.[citation needed]


A timeline of the Moncloa campaign, a covert smear campaign by the Integrity Initiative's Spanish cluster to block the appointment of Pedro Baños as Director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security on grounds of alleged pro-Kremlin sympathies. This document was part of the first Integrity Initiative leak, released in November 2018.

When the Integrity Initiative heard that Pedro Baños was due to be appointed as Director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security, they launched a smear campaign. Six days later the job was given to Miguel Ángel Ballesteros instead.


Operation Gladio was active in Spain.[citation needed]

2004 Madrid train bombings

Full article: 2004 Madrid train bombings
The remains of a bombed train.

On the 11th of March 2004, 10 bombs were set of on trains in the nation's capital, Madrid, just days before the election. The commercially-controlled media quickly blamed the attack on Al Qaeda. The Spanish population refused to support to rally behind the sitting government and "stick with the party that had talked the toughest against terrorism".[1] NATO Secretary General, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, described it as a "coincidence" that on 4 March 2004, there was an anti-terrorist exercise (CMX-04) in Madrid, which anticipated killing 200 people, finishing just a few hours before the bombings. He reportedly visited Madrid on 1 March 2004, just 3 days before the exercise.[2]



In 2018 Spain’s third largest city, Valencia, announced that it would boycott “apartheid” Israel.[5] Cannabis use is legal in private areas and decriminalized in public areas.

Arms Production

Spain was the #7 nation worldwide as regards arms exports from 2012-2016.[6]


Events carried out

2011 Attacks on LibyaLibya"Perhaps one of the most egregious examples of US military aggression and lawlessness in recent memory", carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".
Evacuation from AfghanistanAfghanistanThe evacuation of foreigners from Afghanistan, one of the largest airlifts in history


Related Quotation

Fatima LahnaitSpain remains a target for Islamist extremists. Moreover, like other European countries, it is now facing an increasing radicalisation phenomenon that may lead to violent extremism and home-grown Islamist terrorism.”Fatima Lahnait2018



1991 Madrid ConferenceA "peace conference" where speakers included George H. W. Bush -who the Mossad planned to assassinate.
2004 Madrid train bombingsA Spanish equivalent of 7/7, targetting civilians and blamed on Al Qaeda
2017 Barcelona attacksAttackers were police informants and under intense surveillance. Happened at a convenient time for the Spanish government.
Assassination of the Marquesses of UrquijoMurder of prominent Spanish bank owners in 1980
Bilderberg/198937th Bilderberg meeting, 110 guests
Bilderberg/2010The 122 guests met in the Hotel Dolce Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
Le Cercle/2007 (Madrid)A little known Cercle meeting
Scala case
Spanish civil war


Groups Headquartered Here

Barcelona Centre for International Affairs1973Spanish think tank that hosted to the Integrity Initiative Spanish Cluster
CEU San Pablo University1993Private Catholic university
Cesid14 July 19772002Spanish intelligence agency closely tied to the PSOE government of Felipe González.
Club de Madrid2001
El País4 May 1976A Spanish-language daily newspaper in Spain.
General Military Academy1882Responsible for the initial training for officers of the Spanish Army, and for the officers of the Civil Guard.
Pontifical University of Salamanca1940Private Catholic university based in Salamanca, Spain.
Ramon Llull University1990A Christian-inspired university
Santiago de Compostela University1495 JLOne of Spain's top universities
Universidad de Valladolid1241 JLOne of the oldest universities in the world; bastion against Franco.
University of Barcelona3 November 1450 JLThe biggest university in Catalonia and one of the biggest in Spain
University of Deusto1886Spanish private university in the Basque country owned by the Society of Jesus.
University of Málaga1972Spanish university founded in 1972
University of Seville1551 JLThe third Spanish university in number of students and the first in Andalusia.
University of Zaragoza1542 JLOne of the oldest universities in Spain,


Citizens of Spain on Wikispooks

Julio AbreuA witness of the 1988 Bilderberg, organizer of the 1989 Bilderberg.
Esperanza Aguirre3 January 1952President of Madrid who resigned after her right hand man was imprisoned
José Manuel Albares22 March 1972Spanish diplomat and Foreign Minister. Bilderberg 2022.
César Alierta5 May 1945Double Bilderberger Spanish businessman
Joaquín Almunia17 June 1948Spanish politician, European Commissioner for 10 years, 6 Bilderbergs
Guillem Anglada-Escudé1979Catalan astronomer; Friends of Europe/Young European Leaders 2018
Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón10 June 1971Deputy Prime Minister of Spain until the day she attended the 2018 Bilderberg
Inocencio F. Arias20 April 1940Spanish diplomat who was Permanent Representative to the United Nations
Inés Arrimadas3 July 1981Catalonian nationalist politician, lawyer, Bilderberger
Quique Badia-MasoniSpanish journalist member of the Integrity Initiative and the Institute for Statecraft.
Miguel Ángel Ballesteros1953Appointed as director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security after the Integrity Initiative's Operation Moncloa.
Enrique Baron27 March 1944Spanish politician, economist, and lawyer.
José Baselga3 July 195921 March 2021Chief cancer researcher at AstraZeneca dies at 61 of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, possibly an effect of the Covid jab.
Pedro Baños1960A Spanish soldier and academic scheduled to become Director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security but who was passed over after influence was applied by the Integrity Initiative.
Alfredo Sánchez Bella2 October 191624 April 1999Spanish spook and possible deep politician
Josep Borrell24 April 1947Spanish Euro-politician in the forefront of a censorship drive. Attended his first Bilderberg in 2023
Ana Botín4 October 1960Head of Santander Group, who claimed that COVID-19 Vaccines are “the most effective 2021 economic policy.”
Guido Brunner27 May 19302 December 1997Attended the 1980 Bilderberg as European Commissioner for Energy Research and Science
Jaime Caruana14 March 1952Governor of the Bank of Spain for 6 years, BIS General Manager for over 8 years.
Pablo Casado1 February 1981Spanish Bilderberger politician
Juan Luis Cebrián30 October 1944Spanish media mogul with a heavy Bilderberg habit.
María Dolores de Cospedal13 December 1965Spanish politician
José Creuheras1957Spanish corporate media executive.
Miguel Cuyaubé8 June 1951Attended the 2009 Bilderberg as Spain's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
Guillermo de la Dehesa9 July 1941Politician, then Goldman Sachs/International Advisors, Group of Thirty, Double Bilderberg
Carlos March Delgado1940Spanish banker and heir to the March family fortune. Grandson of Juan March. Chairman of the Spanish Group of the Trilateral Commission
Joaquin DuatoThe new CEO of Johnson & Johnson
Albert Rivera Díaz15 November 1979Spanish politician
José Entrecanales1 January 1963multi-millionaire businessman
Oscar Fanjul1949Chilean economist with US deep state connections. Goldman Sachs, CFR, 1990 Bilderberg
Rodrigo de Rato Figaredo18 March 1949Bilderberg 1992, 1994, 2005 and 2007, embezzler, money laundering, IMF managing director, Panama Papers
Federico Trillo Figueroa23 May 1952Spanish diplomat and politician, Opus Dei.
Francisco Franco4 December 189220 November 1975
José Manuel García-Margallo13 August 1944Attended the 2014 Bilderberg as Spain's Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation
Bélen Garijo30 July 1960CEO of Big Pharma corporation Merck. Attended 2023 Bilderberg meeting.
Miguel Sebastián Gascón13 May 1957Mooted for several top positions in the new PSOE government around 2005.
Felipe Gonzalez5 March 1942Attended the 1989 Bilderberg in Spain as Prime Minister of Spain
Aline Griffith22 May 192311 December 2017US born Spanish spook who was a regular attender at Le Cercle in the 1980s.
Bernardino León Gross20 October 1964Spanish diplomat specializing in the Arab world who attended all Bilderbergs from 2006 to 2011
Luis de Guindos16 January 1960Double Bilderberg Vice President of the European Central Bank
Juan María Nin Génova1953"Prestigious Spanish banker with great international influence". 5 Bilderbergs
Matías Rodríguez Inciarte23 March 1948Former Bilderberg Steering committee, Spanish banker and possibly deep politician
Manuel Fraga Iribarne23 November 192215 January 2012Member of both Le Cercle and the 1001 Club.
Pablo Isla22 January 1964Chairman and CEO of Inditex (Zara) the largest clothes corporation in the world.
Cristina Martín Jiménez1974
Marina de LarracoecheaSeptember 1947Marina appealed to the five Scottish judges to conduct an independent review of the evidence on the grounds that the full truth behind the Lockerbie bombing had been deliberately withheld. They rejected this request. She applied for permission to intervene and ask questions during the hearing of Megrahi’s appeal. They rejected this application.
Nieves de Larracoechea3 March 194921 December 1988Air stewardess on board Pan Am Flight 103 which exploded over Lockerbie in Scotland on 21 December 1988
Fernando I. Gonzalez Laxe6 September 1952Leader of the Spanish province of Galicia. Attended Bilderberg/1989 when it was held on La Toja Island in his province.
Mario Vargas Llosa28 March 1936Nobel Prize winner in Literature and neoliberal champion
Francisco Luzon Lopez1 January 194817 February 2021Spanish banker who attended Bilderberg/1995 before in 1996 getting leading position in Banco Santander.
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