Which side are they on?

Two of today’s stories: Lleida council refuses to name a street after local Guardia Civil, Jesús María Freixes Montes, murdered by ETA in 1986. Barcelona council announces it is to name a square after anarchist bank robber, Salvador Puig Antich, sentenced to death by a military court in 1974 for the killing whilst being detained…

Catholics, soft on tree worship

Substantial numbers of nominal Catholics in Barcelona spend their weekends up on weird therapy cult farms, hugging trees–complete strangers, of whose names they remain blissfully unaware–without church organisations showing the least bit of concern. Javan Muslims are, inevitably it seems, built of sterner stuff.