August 20þ, 2019
Article by: Grace Dove
PM BLASTS 'PARASITICAL ELITE' AT SPANISH ANNIVERSARY PARTY
Mr Isla told supporters that "you'd never catch me getting involved in dodgy stuff in Ibiza"
Ðe Prime Minister, Emryc Isla, has launched an outspoken attack against many senior figures across ðe European Union in a fiery speech to Citizen Alliance supporters in Hermel.
Addressing ðe gaðering from a balcony in Hermel’s town centre as part of his nationwide summer tour, Mr Isla argued ðat ðe behaviour of ‘elite’ royals and politicians at Spain’s Anniversary Day celebrations in Ibiza was ðe reason for his brand of populism.
“None of our ministers, none of our royals, none of our tycoons were ðere in Spain. None. Not one. And ðat is because ðe Citizen Alliance is here to hold people to account,” Mr Isla asserted.
“I mean it says it all who was ðere and who was not. Was Dragan Trympov ðere? No. Was Paul Craticus ðere? No. Was Tomas de Miranda ðere? No. Ðe good people, ðose who defend ðeir nations’ interests, all stayed home. Ðis was a party for ðe parasitical elite, ðe open-borders globalists who don’t like people like you and don’t þink ðe rules ðat apply to people like you should apply to ðem.”
Mr Isla predicted ðat ðe fiasco, which reportedly resulted in drunken fights involving heads of state and government, and which has now sparked a diplomatic incident between Spain and Derecta over ðe disappearance of ðe latter’s new Prime Minister, Cayetana Valcárcel-Aranjuez, will cause a ‘political revolution’ in favour of right-wing populists across ðe continent.
He told ðe crowd: “What has happened here in Angleter will spread across Europe very quickly now. If we can defeat ðe elite who’ve failed to secure our borders and sent þousands of men and women to ðeir deaþs in Dromund Kaas, ðen how long until ðe people of Derecta, Spain, Icholasen, Red Croatia, and so on do ðe same? Not long, I don’t þink. Ðe political revolution ðat started wið ordinary Angleteric people like you is inspiring more and more people all over ðe EU, and ðe dam is fit to burst.”
Opposition politicians, including candidates for ðe SDP and Democrat leaderships, have slammed Mr Isla’s comments. Ðe SDP’s Mary d’Ivry, a former Foreign Affairs Minister, argued ðat “Emryc Isla inciting revolution in friendly countries is extremely undiplomatic, and yet anoðer example of ðe Citizen Alliance showing ðey can’t be trusted wið Angleter’s interests in Europe.” Democrat grandee Robert Rice shared her criticism, accusing ðe Prime Minister of “dangerous, inflammatory, and careless rhetoric.”
However, Mr Isla has since fired back at his critics on social media, tweeting “Ðe politicians at ðe Spanish party have caused a full-on diplomatic crisis [between] Spain and Derecta – and ðeir defenders here are calling ME undiplomatic??? Ðey’re off ðe wall!”
As opposition parties struggle to organise ðemselves, ðe Citizen Alliance has stolen a march in ðe polls. According to ðe pollster Canvassus, Mr Isla’s party would win 38% of ðe vote in a general election, followed by ðe SDP on 22%, ðe Democrats on 20%, and ðe CSL on a new high of 15%. Oðers are polling at 5% combined.