March 7, 2007 at 10:11 pm #52703
Zapatero the Prime Minister has bought a house in El Mirador de Vera, that place should be safe then 🙄
March 7, 2007 at 10:23 pm #69907
Aznars, place was not safe !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
March 7, 2007 at 10:30 pm #69908
Perhaps Aznar & Tony Blair buys a place in Texas, no planning permissions required. Licences can be issued by Dick Cheyne.
No, need for brown envelopes and no corruption.
March 8, 2007 at 5:35 pm #69928
Personally speaking I dont think Zapatero has made any decisions since he has been in government that you could class as well thought out (Eta, Madrid bombings to name but two) therefore if Iwas living in Almeria I would see this as a sign to get out now, and If I was thinking of buying there I would run for the hills and buy in Siberia
March 8, 2007 at 5:41 pm #69929
You cannot be Spanish and take decesion. To take decesion you must take responsibilty.
Spaniards do not take responsibilty and thus the shrug of the shoulder comes into play
March 11, 2007 at 6:29 pm #69965
vbtudor sorry, I don’t think that Zapatero was in power then ..it was Aznar and it was said he lost the election to Zapatero, because of the way his government handled the Madrid bombings.
March 12, 2007 at 11:20 am #69970
I wasnt talking about the handling of the Madrid bombings immediately after they happnened I am on about the cover up by the Zapatero government since and his insistence that no further investigations will take place – even though much evidence (apparently) exists – why is he so reluctant to get to the truth – does he have something to hide-
Also with regards to ETA – which person in their right mind would possibly give terrorists not only a hearing but seems to have bowed to ETA. When he took over ETA were on their last legs and it was only a matter of time before they were so weakened that they couldnt be considered much of a threat. All of the bombings they partook in at that time were small because they were running out of resources and most of their personnel were in prison.
Now under the Zapartero government they have grown in strength and everytime Zapatero opens his mouth about hopw progress tis being made they go and bomb somewhere else – such as Madrid airport. Sop one has to ask why is he so insistent on doing deals with terrorists – even infalming people by letting go one of the biggest murderers who has now been released to house arrest. It is a joke and so is he. All of the so called ceasefires have been an excuse by ETA to re-arm.
He has no consideration for anyone but himself. He has got to be one of the worst leaders in any country. Will not answer questions and chooses to ignore them if they are to close to the mark. What kind of yellow belly is that when he wont even answer his own ministers?
And never has a prime minister been so hell bent on dividing a country as he has.
There are many more incidents of complete incompetence by the current government led by tje illustrious Zapatero but these are the two gravest.
So in light of this if Zapatero bought a place in the village or town i was living in I would probably sell up quickly before prices fell through the floor.
March 12, 2007 at 1:23 pm #69973
As Zapateros, intelect and acuman is being questioned here. In view of this does it make a prudent judgement to buy where he has bought.
March 13, 2007 at 12:23 pm #70001
I Read this today – written by the editor of the Wall Street Journal none the less
In an editorial yesterday in the European edition of the prestigious Wall Street Journal, director Matthew Kaminski argued that since Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero – ‘ a man even the Socialists did not expect to win’ – came to power, he has shifted the course of Spanish history in a way that no one could imagine possible. Mr. Kaminski also writes that the Socialist Prime Minister, who has an undistinguished academic and political record, with little travel experience and no foreign languages, openly plays politics with history, has chosen to rip open the wounds of the Civil War that many thought had healed and may ultimately be starting a sectarian movement to break up Spain after his encouragement to Catalunia over its statutes. He ends his article by stating that Spain ‘cannot afford more accidents’ like Mr. Rodriquez Zapatero, who refused all requests to be interviewed by Mr. Kaminski..
March 13, 2007 at 2:03 pm #70005
As, not much can be said about Zapatero. All I can, say would have confidence in a man who where the suits Zapatero wears.
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