And he says Soler that look at a country’s past and its present, would have to be a duty of a citizen; because without this integral vision of the city which first was inhabited by some, and then by other different, what we see in a phenomenon as of the emigration is simply a growing and uncontrollable invasion, not what really is: the new reality of Spain. Migration flows between Spain and Latin America in the last hundred years have returned to the origin: a crowd that moves to the other side of the sea and after a few years, another crowd that returns to the starting point. I usually say that immigrants are educated people who give back us the visit we have made previously. New immigrants are not an invasion but the new inhabitants of Spain and had due foresee and organize the emigration from that continent to solve the problems that arise and which should begin pro recognize the need that we have of these immigrants in Europe given the precariousness of our demographics. Now we decided to grant nationality to those grandchildren of Spanish nationals, born in Latin America, requesting it; a fair initiative, says Soler, but seems informed, rather than by a desire to do justice, in fright from the 11-M causing emigration less related to the Spanish lifestyle. Perhaps overstates the illustrious writer but I think that it is time to recognize with Cicero, that my homeland is where I can live well and do not move in atavisms of terroirs, blood and outdated nationalisms, given the communications revolution.
We recognize ourselves citizens of the world and we obliged to urge our leaders reviewed the international legal system to make it more just and solidary. Because of this mutual ignorance as satirical as the Chavez and the King episodes, can cause two institutions from another time that cannot rather than confront and come into collision. Hence, the claim that we pointed out can who think carrying the King of Spain at a Latin American Summit to that continent whose imaginary lives disrupted by the ghosts of the colony?. True that a devastating argument that reaches to the absurdity of keeping the monarchic institution or action or barracks populism but serving the author for this admirable Colophon: and the children and grandchildren of Ecuadorian immigrants, to cite a large contingent, will be as Spanish as Don Quixote in a few years will begin to govern municipalities and cities, and until we can verify that indeed the Nations aren’t anything other than acts of faith, the President of Spain will not be neither Andalusian, Galician, Basque or catalan; It will be Ecuadorian. In any case, will be Spanish and citizen of the European Union.