Spanish government seizes 10 million ballots to prevent anti-government vote

Catalonia is a wealthy district of Spain that has suffered under years of Spanish rule. Recently the people of Catalonia have been seeking to hold a vote to determine if Catalonia should separate from the tyrannical government headquartered in Madrid.

Last week, the Spanish government sent police to arrest hundreds of mayors of Catalonian villages who appeared to favor separation.

Now the government is launching further efforts to stop the vote. Hundreds of armed Spanish officers have been sent to Catalonia to spy on Catalonians.

Swarms of cops have raided print shops suspected of printing ballots or other vote materials.

The government has also sent a cruise ship filled with 16,000 cops and docked it at a Barcelonan port. According to the government, the troops are there for “riot control.” See here.