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The "BAG MAN" is an official of the Spanish State.
Spain is a country where it has always been very easy for a family to lose their children.
It is not that of women, nor that of transsexuals, nor that of immigrants. Undoubtedly, the most defenseless, vulnerable and sensitive group, but at the same time most important for the future and survival of a Society, is that of childhood. Their care and education is a fundamental strategic chapter for the survival of a State over time. For this reason, the perversions that the Spanish Political Class has lavished on this matter in recent decades could be described as HIGH-BETRAYAL.
Spain is a country where it has always been very easy for a family to lose their children. The fear of losing them is so great that a legendary fictional character named "the Man with the Sack" was generated who entered the houses and took the children. But in this article we are not going to talk to you about the more than 2,000 DISAPPEARANCES of minors that are reported each year (1,500 escapes and disappearances of children protected by the State in shelters, during the past year 2,019) or the 2,750 children who they are still missing today. On this matter we just want to highlight the strangeness that the mainstream media, from time to time, select one of these cases to make it a top-rated media show. It seems as if, doing so much deployment in a few cases and completely ignoring the others, his intention was to generate the false impression that there are very few.
What we are actually going to talk about is those children who are taken from their legitimate families by direct action or with the complicity of the Spanish State itself, which allow us to affirm that "the Man with the Sack is an official of the Spanish State".
Throughout the contemporary history of this country, 3 ways of presenting this phenomenon are identified:
CHILDREN STOLEN BY FRANCOISM, are about 30,000 children who were mentored by the Franco Regime during the immediate postwar period, because their parents had died or because they were imprisoned for belonging to the Republican side. To these were added those from the large operation for the repatriation of minors ordered by Franco, from whom they had been evacuated by their parents during the war (especially those sent to the Soviet Union) for whose recovery (or kidnapping, according to versions) clandestine operations were organized in foreign territory. But it was not until 2008, that the well-known judge Baltasar Garzón (later disqualified) changed the consideration of that operation of the Franco Regime to that of "not prescribed crime of illegal detention, with forced disappearance of people and abduction of minors from their parents ”Declaring it a crime against Humanity and urging the persecution and conviction of those responsible who, by the way, had already died in their entirety.
Around the decade of the 80s, already in the midst of Democracy, the phenomenon of STOLEN CHILDREN IN MATERNITY CLINICS developed. The phenomenon was widespread throughout the country, but the most famous case has been that of Dr. Eduardo Vela and Sister María Florencia Gómez Valbuena, gynecologist and religious of the order of the Daughters of Charity of Saint Vincent Paul respectively. The collusion of public entities with the accused was always evident. For more than 15 years, Sor María had been accused on several occasions for the same crime, but it was not until early 2012 when a date was set for a trial that was not held, due to a death certificate that declared her deceased. Although many suspicions were raised when it was revealed that this certificate contained documentary falsehoods, it is very demonstrative that it was not even ordered to check if there was any corpse inside his grave. However, it was even more outrageous than the sentence that convicted Dr. Vela in October 2018, but acquitted him because his crime had prescribed. The associations of affected people such as add, number between 200,000 and 300,000 children stolen by this mechanism in the second half of the 20th century in Spain. I mean
Since then, and with the slightest suspicion, the increased availability of DNA tests for paternity tests easily exposed this type of child abduction, and its frequency was drastically reduced. But the abductions did not stop, because his disappearance gave way to a new form of "child theft" that could be carried out within the current legislation.
The Organic Law for the Legal Protection of Minors in 1996 greatly facilitated the legal removal of children from their parents by declaring the child in distress, the withdrawal of guardianship of the biological family and its attribution to Social Services on behalf of the State. The procedure was simplified, which is now carried out through a simple administrative resolution, issued by an official without judicial intervention.
This initiative was almost simultaneous throughout the European Union and was accompanied by a huge economic endowment, typical of the compassionate policies of rich countries that sought to present themselves as "socially advanced". From there, the declarations of helplessness multiplied exponentially. A large number of companies that operated under the format of foundations and NGOs, arranged their services with the Administration to attend to the care and education of that enormous number of children. Thus, a great business emerged in which only the chosen ones had the option for their “host companies” to get a slice of that cake.
If we assess the catastrophic results obtained with these children by the State, in terms of academic levels and social-labor integration upon reaching the age of majority (both in public and concerted centers) we can affirm that it has been a millionaire business for some, but a public money very badly used for the desired objective (to protect and educate) of which, curiously, the State has never bothered to ask for accounts.
Disguising the right to privacy and honor of the minor, that State Law also dealt with censoring all information about minors. This obscurantism reached its maximum expression in Spain after the prostitution case of foreign conservators (now called MENAS) at the Bar Arnie in Seville. After the emblematic case of the "Girls of Alcasser", this once again filled the front pages of the newspapers, but this time the lists full of names and surnames of famous and powerful people accused in those pedophile affairs were reflected. The cancellation of all the testimonies of the prostituted minors led to the collective acquittal of the accused, except for the Marqués de Sotohermoso (who pleaded guilty on his own initiative and still did not step in jail) and those of the owner and manager of the premises.
Since then, all the information on the frequent cases of sexual perversion with minors in custody have been censored and blocked, as well as the journalists who dared to disclose them have been discredited and persecuted. The cases of the television presenter Pepe Navarro (from “We crossed the Mississippi”) for the “Case Alcaser” or the journalist Josele Sánchez (The Tribune of Spain) for the one of “Bar Spain” serve as an example.
Because among those cases, it is worth noting the CASO BAR ESPAÑA, with more than 80 supervised children victims of rape and at least 6 infanticides, which involves such important figures in contemporary Spanish politics as a President of the Deputation of Castellón (Fabra) a President of the Valencian Autonomous Community (Camps) or a President of the Milan Soccer Club (Giuseppe Farina) and who has never been seriously investigated.
Only now, after years of work by many independent activists to overcome the information blockade, the mainstream media have wanted to echo one of those issues that have been occurring throughout this time, such as the massive prostitution of women. teenagers supervised by the State in places like Mallorca or La Rioja.
The phenomenon of child abduction, whether stolen or protected, always had a major impact on the poorest and most discriminated social strata, which in turn are the ones that maintain the highest reproductive rates. In the post-war era, there were many children because of the “Baby-boom”, so child trafficking represented a problem of violation of Human Rights at the individual level. However, when the current stage of the “Guardianships” began, we were already in the middle of the “Era of Well-being” and the collapse of the birth rate had already become a state problem. That change from “stealing” them to “guardianship” represented a notable increase in the total number of children abducted in the poorest social strata, therefore, the level of harassment of the “quarries” of birth in our country.
by Juan Mariano Perez Abad