Jorge verstrynge le pen
Abuy nfubea in fort apache: europe, hell or promised land
Head of the list of the coalition between Alianza Popular, the Popular Democratic Party and the Liberal Union (AP-PDP-UL) for the municipal elections of May 1983 in Madrid, the candidacy obtained 11 percentage points less than the PSOE candidacy headed by Enrique Tierno, who won the absolute majority. Verstrynge preferred to continue as a deputy. He was forced to resign due to the fact that he had been forced to resign by the PSOE.
After being forced to resign due to his confrontation with Manuel Fraga on September 1, 1986, he left Alianza Popular and founded his own party, Renovación Democrática, which became part of the Mixed Group in Congress.
In 1999 he published an autobiography entitled Memorias de un maldito, in which despite his “sincerity” he is criticized for being these memoirs “weighed down by a subjectivism” characterized “by a radical anti-system attitude.” In May 2012 he was one of those evicted by the National Police from a squatted social center in Madrid.  In March 2013 he participated in an escrache called by the Platform of People Affected by the Mortgage (PAH) in front of the personal home of the Vice President of the Government Soraya Saenz de Santamaria, of the Popular Party.  Finally, a judge in Madrid dismissed the complaint as he did not see any crime in the escrache carried out at the home of the vice-president. In 2013 he published Contra quienes luchares, a work which Jon Juaristi called “revolutionary self-help pamphlet” and “lazy thesis with an accumulation of quotes.”
El objetivo full interview with marine le pen
Like Sabina’s ‘Pirata cojo’, Jorge Verstrynge wants to be fascist with Le Pen, conservative with Fraga, socialist with Felipe, communist with Frutos, Bolivarian with Chaves, sovereignist with Mas, alternative with Monedero, divine with Iglesias and mediatic in La Sexta. Among all the lives, which one does this man choose?
It was there, in Alianza Popular, the party of the red-and-white flag even on the suspenders, enemy of the disintegrating autonomies and friend of order in the streets, the party that made dangerous fuss with every ETA attack and that was wary of the pro-government legislation of the UCD (divorce, abortion, tax reform) where the young Verstrynge, a project of a political animal, found the road to stardom.
He was already the damned official when we entered the 21st century. So, from lost to the river, he becomes an advisor to Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez and an activist of 15-M and all that surrounds that movement. Not in vain Verstrynge had been a teacher of some of those who would later become leaders of Podemos, among them, Pablo Iglesias and Juan Carlos Monedero.
The video that marine le pen doesn’t want you to see
This Sunday France put the brakes on the advance of the extreme right by electing Emmanuel Macron as president with 65% against 35% harvested by Marine Le Pen, of the National Front. All eyes were on the second round of the French presidential elections since it could mean a turning point in the configuration of the European Union as we know it. In this sense, La Sexta dedicated a special program to follow the elections. During Ana Pastor’s El Objetivo, Antonio Ferreras, acting as special envoy, interviewed Jorge Vestrynge, one of Podemos’ leading academics, who left some headlines about the FN that were, to say the least, striking.
The Podemos member continued with his analysis assuring that “the anti-system has won” and that “the right-left axis has blown up and a class vote has appeared, which is very interesting and will have to be followed very closely”.
Verstrynge: “le pen is not a fascist () she takes the workers’ vote”.
Once certified the defeat of Marine Le Pen and, with her, that of fascism in sheep’s clothing, the time has come to talk about Emmanuel Macron. And we will do so like any other democratically elected Head of State. This one, moreover, with a liberal ideology and a great banking past that, for this writer, are detrimental. Nor do I like political figures, like him, who have emerged from other parties with purely personalistic projects. From now on, we will see and write.
It is easy: you are antifascist or you are not. Jorge Verstrynge, who had the nerve to say on LaSexta from the headquarters of the National Front, where he followed the electoral night, is not antifascist: “If the National Front is fascist, I will know it, I have been one, and I tell you that it is not”. Neither is Enrique de Diego, “President of the Platform of the Middle Classes”, a regular of the outrages who did not hesitate to insult Macron as “sterile”. Nor Lagarder Danciu, who criticized in equal measure a fascist candidate and a non-fascist candidate.