Francisco Contreras told LifeSiteNews he is not the first conservative Spanish politician to be banned.
Many Spaniards forget about the atrocities of Communism in the previous century, focusing exclusively on "remains of Francoism."
While conservative politicians are being physically attacked in Spain, communists march praising Soviet mass murderers.
The war on Christianity is ongoing in Spain under the pretext of fighting the influence of the Frankist regime
Thirteen people were injured, including a deputy and a policeman. Bricks, stones and urine vials rained down on the conservatives.
The law stipulates that the person must be "capable and conscious" in order to make the request.
Spanish authorities have been using the pandemic to target Christians on several occasions for a year.
Many believe that the pandemic is being used as a pretext to limit the religious freedom of Spanich Christians.
An inventory of public crosses and their protection is a response to the country's anti-Christian policies
Spanish bishops call for "a genuine therapeutic alliance (...) to humanise the death process through material and spiritual help"