Official vandalism of 19th century Barcelona lead-on-marble street signs

Check out Chordi (= Jordi: we use the same trick in English, where Geordieland sometimes -> Chordieland), and the continuing attacks on non-nationalists.

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Comments

  1. “Non-nationalists”? Pull the other one. They’re as bad as the rest, or worse. Wastrel demagogues to a man.

    The street signs thing, though, is best described as a ‘dick move’, no question about it.

  2. I should have added “and continuing mutual assaults between various nationalist sects”, e.g. Maulets on ERC – Freud Narcissism of small differences.

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