El Hormiguero The presenter analyzed the tense political and social climate that one lives in Spain
Santiago Segura was a guest at El Hormiguero with Pablo Motos . And both, at one point in the program, spoke of the actor and director's tweet that caused a great controversy on social networks. The one in which showed his point of view on the political situation in the country. "What sadness that Spain of faces and reds, of bad and good of extreme fascist right or Bolivarian Bolsheviks. Flags, hymns, casseroles, fraticidal hatred and perpetual bad vibes. Concord, understanding, harmony. .. They sound like decaffeinated, but they are necessary words "write Segura.
The director explained with what intention he published that tweet:" He wanted to call concord and asked that we not speak of hosts because we all go in the same boat. And they gave birth to me. "
The conversation advanced and provoked Pablo Motos' reflection. "It is scary to talk about this, which is a horrible symptom. We are living a level of insults, not only in Congress but in life in general, that right now anyone who does not absolutely agree with what the Government says … Now according to you say 'good morning' they call you facha. Either you agree with the Government or they call you facha, there is no intermediate term " , assured the presenter.
"It is an insult that works very well, because if you are a Democrat it hurts you which makes you shut up", continued Pablo Motos, just before Santiago Segura intervened again: "The right always He has said what you have to think and that they call me facha seems terrible to me. "
" Is there anything less democratic than not giving your opinion? "the presenter concluded. .