Pro-life party ends 40 years of socialist rule in Spain’s largest region

Dec 5, 2018 by

by Gualberto Garcia Jones, LifeSite:

The French philosopher Joseph de Maistre wrote that a counter-revolution is not the opposite of a revolution, but instead an active opposing revolution.

The latest signs of the opposing revolution to modern secular globalism came on Sunday, when elections in Andalusia – Spain’s most populous autonomous community (similar to an American state) – handed the Spanish Socialist Party (PSOE) its first defeat there since the modern constitutional era (1982).

The rise of an unapologetic God and Country counter-revolution to secular globalism is a reality in North America (United States), South America (Brazil), Eastern Europe (Hungary and Russia), and now, as the election in Andalusia proves, even in parts of Western Europe.

This anti-globalist counter-revolution is often identified with a worldwide “Trump effect.” The comparison is appropriate not so much for who Trump is as an individual, but for the broad constituency who President Trump represents. In the post-soviet modern era where cultural marxism was vanquishing Western civilization with an effectiveness that the red army never could have dreamed of, Trump’s unlikely victory over the cultural marxists of the modern Democratic party has given hope to many patriotic people around the world who are not comfortable exchanging their own national identity for Obama’s utopian global citizenship.

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