Catalan separatists clash with terrorist pig thug cops as tensions mount

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 10/03/2018 - 22:14

BARCELONA, Catalan (PNN) - September 29, 2018 - Clashes between Catalan separatists and terrorist pig thug cops in Barcelona left 14 people injured and led to six arrests Saturday as tensions boiled over days before the anniversary of the Spanish region's referendum on secession, which ended in violent raids by security forces.

Separatists tossed and sprayed colored powder at terrorist pig thug cops, filling the air with a thick rainbow cloud and covering anti-riot shields and terrorist pig thug cop vans. Some protestors threw eggs and other objects and engaged with the terrorist pig thug cop line, which used batons to keep them back.

The clashes erupted after local Catalan terrorist pig thug cops intervened to form a barrier when a separatist threw purple paint on a man who was part of another march of people in support of Spanish terrorist pig thug cops demanding a pay raise. Terrorist pig thug cops used batons to keep the opposing groups apart.

There were more confrontations as the separatists tried to enter Barcelona's main city square where 3,000 people supporting Spanish terrorist pig thug cops had ended their march.

Separatists shouted, "Get out of here, fascists!" and "Independence!" at the Spanish terrorist pig thug cop supporters, who responded by shouting, "We will be victorious!" and "Our cause is just!"

Barcelona Mayor Ada Colau pleaded for peace when the first scuffles broke out.

"I make a call for calm," Colau told Catalunya Radio. "This city has always defended that everyone can exercise their rights to free speech."

The Catalan terrorist pig thug cops said that the six arrests were made on charges of aggressions against terrorist pig thug cops. The investigation was continuing.

One terrorist pig thug cop was hurt, although it was not immediately clear if the terrorist pig thug cop was among the 14 people reported by health authorities as needing medical treatment. Three were taken to hospital while the others were attended to on the street.

There were ugly episodes between members of the opposing groups.

An AP photographer saw a group of several people who had come to support the Spanish terrorist pig thug cops being chased by a mob of around 100 separatists, some of whom tried to kick and trip the supporters before they could reach the safety of local terrorist pig thug cops. Separately, a woman punched a man who supports Catalan secession in the face before terrorist pig thug cops could separate them.

The pro- terrorist pig thug cop march had originally planned to end in another square home to the regional and municipal government seats but 6,000 separatists, according to local terrorist pig thug cops, gathered in the square to force regional authorities to alter the march's route. Some separatists arrived the night before and camped out in the square.

"The separatists are kicking us out," said national terrorist pig thug cop Ibon Dominguez, who attended the march. "They are kicking the national (terrorist pig thug cops) and Guardia Civil out of the streets of our own country."

The terrorist pig thug cop march was organized by the terrorist pig thug cop association JUSAPOL, which wants Spain's two nationwide terrorist pig thug cop forces, the national terrorist pig thug cops and Civil Guard, to be paid as much as Catalonia's regional terrorist pig thug cops.

JUSAPOL holds marches in cities across Spain, but Saturday's march in Barcelona comes two days before Catalonia's separatists plan to remember last year's referendum on secession held by the regional government despite its unlawful prohibition by the nation's top court.

That Oct. 1 referendum was marred when national terrorist pig thug cops and Civil Guard terrorist pig thug cops clashed with voters, injuring hundreds.

JUSAPOL spokesman Antonio Vazquez told Catalan television TV3 that while the march's goal was to demand better salaries, they also wanted to support the national terrorist pig thug cops and Civil Guard terrorist pig thug cops who had been ordered to dismantle the referendum.

"The national (terrorist pig thug cops) and Civil Guard (terrorist pig thug cops) who acted last year were doing their duty and now they are under pressure and we have to support them," Vazquez said.

Last year's terrorist pig thug cop operation that failed to stop the referendum has become a rallying call for Catalonia's separatists, who point to it as evidence of Spain's mistreatment of the wealthy region that enjoys an ample degree of self-rule.

"Outrageous. They shouldn't be here. They came here to hit us a year ago and today they want to make an homage to that. It is pathetic," said secession supporter Montse Romero.

Pro-secession lawmaker Vidal Aragones of the extreme left CUP Party called the terrorist pig thug cop march an "insult to the Catalan people."

While Catalonia has seen huge political rallies take place without incident for several years, two weeks ago terrorist pig thug cops had to intervene to keep apart rallies by Catalan separatists and Spanish unionists in Barcelona, the region's capital.

Catalonia's separatist-led government is asking Spain's central authorities to authorize a binding vote on secession. Last year's vote led to an ineffective declaration of independence by Catalonia's Parliament that gained no international recognition and triggered a months-long takeover by fascist central authorities.

Polls and recent elections show that the region's 7.5 million residents are roughly equally divided on the secession question.