Former Vice President Pablo Iglesias has ridiculed the case of the National Police agent who allegedly infiltrated social movements in Barcelona and had sexual relations with several women, with a fabricated proposal to the Ministry of the Interior to do the same with PP charges .
Through his podcast La Base and with the denunciations of various political formations for this matter, Iglesias joked yesterday that when he was in the Government he proposed to the head of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, to infiltrate police officers in the PP, given that " few political organizations have committed so many crimes", although it makes it clear that this comment is fictitious and did not occur.
"I propose you to infiltrate men and women from the Police and the Civil Guard who manage to have sexual relations with the heads of the PP (...) Knowing that they are from the right, this cannot be so difficult. In bed they will surely sing La Traviata and If our agents offer you drugs, I won't even tell you, the PP are vicious," he maintains in an ironic tone.
Then, he continues with that invented conversation to emphasize that if these agents "pose as peperos of a lifetime so that they deceive Pablo Casado, Feijóo, Ayuso and Margallo so that they fuck with them; surely they can tell things, minister , to defend democracy and the rule of law". "We have agents trained for this and for much more, we are defending democracy and the rule of law; don't tell me that democracy and sexual freedom. Democracy defends itself in the sewers, damn it! Felipe already said it Gonzalez," he continued.
Finally, he settled at the end of his speech, trusting that he hopes that "it is not necessary to clarify that he did not propose this to Marlaska", although this, in his opinion, is what was "basically" done with left-wing social groups: "infiltrate to an agent who tricked several women into having sex with him with the sole intention of obtaining information for an alleged investigation, all of this allegedly."
Therefore, he has launched that the Ministry of the Interior should clarify whether it was aware of this and would like to know what opinion former vice president Carmen Calvo and the "feminists" of the PSOE have about a policeman deceiving women to have sex with him.
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