Ramón García reappeared on Monday, August 30 in company, his Castilla-La Mancha program, after his summer vacation. At a certain moment of the afternoon he spoke about the difficult situation that the inhabitants of Afghanistan go through.
The magic driver was chatting with Joseph, an 80-year-old man who lives between Switzerland and Spain. The guest recalled some of the complications he had lived when he left his country. This topic gave rise to the presenter to share an allegation about Afghan migrants.
The Bilbaín commented: "This is part of the history of Spanish emigration. Now that we are living the tragedy and drama of Afghanistan, so that they may see that other times were not better. The Spaniards had to suffer all this when they went to Germany , to Switzerland, Holland, France ... "
"We are getting Afghans, who come from death, from a safe death in most cases, and we are welcoming them as good, we must be solidarity," he said.
Garcia continued with his speech: "Spain was a country of people who had to go, now we have to change that and we have to be a country that welcomes the best that can come to people who come from hunger, of violence And, in the case of Afghanistan, of a practically safe death, especially for women. "
"That there are people who do not understand it, it is important to think those things and how this generation of Spaniards lived out, we have them between us, there is only time to talk to them, it's that easy," the Basque riddled Before resuming your conversation with Joseph.
Ramón García and Gloria Santoro, the drivers of company, called Cuenca to give a ham among the spectators of the format on Monday, August 30. While they waited for someone to respond, they started talking about Dirty Dancing. He proposed to the companion to try to emulate the iconic dance of Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Gray in a pool.
She answered him: "I'll try it, but well, we've already done it, we're going to leave it like this". She then added: "Nothing happens, Ramón, I'm looking for a dance to do with you, a very nice dance so that you do not get jealous."
The presenter responded to Santoro: "No, I'm not jealous. You know I dance very badly." The two continued joking with the subject until the Basque was startled, after listening to a sound that had been responsible for the music of the program.Date Of Update: 04 September 2021, 20:58