Future generations

Pedro Sánchez said he will go down in history as he exhumed Franco. These days, it has become the headline of the newspapers that sculpt the future, tell about the present and write news. Exhuming dictators is a great way to live on in the next generation, but the next generation is capricious and prefers penicillin explorers and writers. The present is full of forgetfulness, the past is pregnant with shortcomings, and who knows what the future will bring, who will remember. We all remember Franco and his disastrous era, and even if we don’t, they constantly remind us of him. Sánchez said it will go down in history, but not as a big statement, and yes, from an official standpoint, like someone who tirelessly wraps up a management report in front of a Politburo. In any case, what he does is verbalize the dream we all have: someone remembering us after death. There are those who remember him every day, either to thank him for his social measures or to mock his entire lineage for agreeing with Bildu. Most of those who said that now is not the time for burial, never said now is the time for burial. We remember Suárez, who drank Ducados, had a French omelette for dinner, and was able and promised; Calvo Sotelo, who dealt him a blow. So perhaps González will be the most elaborate balance, without ignoring that the new generation sees him only as a millionaire who is the manager of gas companies. Aznar put his foot on Bush’s table, upset us with war and performed an economic miracle. María Jesús Montero told an aide of PP that PP’s economic miracle is in jail. ZP was crisis and same-sex marriage, but excavations and historical memory began with it. Currently writing about football, Rajoy went to have his body cut off with whiskey the afternoon he was censored in Congress. Immobile, stubborn but semi-effective, he was able to continue his life as a lord with a cigar. You’re not going to win the next generations, which is divine, but you live like God. Like a registrar. Sánchez has ambitions that go even further. In a hundred years to the afterlife, they were all exhumed.

Source: Informacion

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