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Group.png Spain   History Commons Sourcewatch WikiquoteRdf-icon.png
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Flag of Spain.svg
Capital cityMadrid
LocationEurope
LeaderPrime Minister of Spain
Pedro Sanchez.jpg
Incumbent: Pedro Sánchez
Since 2 June 2018
Typenation state
Member ofG-20, Global Counter Terrorism Forum, NATO, OECD
SubpageSpain/Department of Homeland Security
Spain/Minister of Defence
Spain/Ministry of Defense
Spain/Prime Minister

Spain is a European nation state.

Recent developments

In 2018 Spain’s third largest city, Valencia, announced that it would boycott “apartheid” Israel.[1]

History

Operation Gladio was active in Spain.

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".[2] 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.[3]

Subversion

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. 6 days later the job was given to Miguel Ángel Ballesteros instead.

Cannabis legality

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.[4]


 

An event carried out

EventLocationDescription
2011 Attacks on LibyaLibyaA premeditated act of aggression that was carried out under a pretext of "humanitarian intervention".

 

Ambassadors to Spain

Nation stateStartDescription
Netherlands/Ambassador to Spain
UK/Ambassador to Spain
US/Ambassador to Spain29 September 1779

 

Events

EventDescription
1991 Madrid Conference
2004 Madrid train bombingsA Spanish equivalent of 7/7, targetting civilians and blamed on Al Qaeda
2017 Barcelona attack
Bilderberg/198934th Bilderberg meeting
Bilderberg/2010
Le Cercle/2007 (Madrid)A little known Cercle meeting
Spanish civil war

 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Barcelona Centre for International AffairsConnected to the Integrity Initiative Spanish Cluster
Club de Madrid

 

Citizens of Spain on Wikispooks

TitleBornDiedDescription
Julio Abreu
Joaquín Almunia17 June 1948
Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría Antón10 June 1971
Inés Arrimadas3 July 1981Catalonian nationalist politician, lawyer, Bilderberger
Miguel Ángel Ballesteros1953Appointed as director of the Spanish Department of Homeland Security after the Integrity Initiative's Operation Moncloa.
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.
Esperanza Aguirre y Gil de Biedma3 January 1952
Ana Botín4 October 1960
Jaime Caruana14 March 1952
Pablo Casado1 February 1981Spanish Bilderberger politician
Juan Luis Cebrián30 October 1944
María Dolores de Cospedal13 December 1965
Miguel Cuyaubé8 June 1951
Guillermo de la Dehesa9 July 1941
Carlos March Delgado
Oscar Fanjul
Rodrigo de Rato Figaredo18 March 1949Bilderberg embezzler
Federico Trillo Figueroa22 May 1952
Francisco Franco4 December 189220 November 1975
Miguel Sebastián Gascón
Felipe Gonzalez5 March 1942
Bernardino León Gross20 October 1964
Matías Rodríguez Inciarte23 March 1948
Manuel Fraga Iribarne23 November 192215 January 2012Member of both Le Cercle and the 1001 Club.
Pablo Isla22 January 1964
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.
Fernando I. Gonzalez Laxe6 September 1952
Francisco Luzon Lopez1 January 1948
Pedro Solbes Mira31 August 1942
Miguel Fernández Ordóñez3 April 1945
Ana Palacio22 July 1948
Loyola de Palacio
Pablo Picasso25 October 18818 April 1973
Carlos Robles Piquer13 October 1925Cercle visitor.
Jesus de Polanco
Jordi Pujol9 June 1930
Eduardo Serra Rexach19 December 1946
Joaquin Romero-Maura1940
Mariano Rubio
Juan Tomas de Salas
Carlos Ferrer Salat22 March 193118 October 1998
Miguel Boyer Salvador5 February 193929 September 2014
Julian Santamaria
Narcis Serra
Ignacio Camunas Solis1 September 1940
Juan Carlos I of Spain5 January 1938
Queen Sofía of Spain2 November 1938
Jaime Carvajal Urquijo9 June 1939
Emilio de Ybarra
Juan Antonio Yáñez-Barnuevo1942
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Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:I Am Obliged to Reconsider My Support for the European UnionArticle3 October 2017Craig MurrayToday, and with a greater sadness than you can imagine, I withdraw my support for membership of the European Union


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