Spain Looks To Restrict Christmas And New Year’s Eve Gathering

Giving ideas to politicians with authoritarian leanings around the world

Spain eyes 6-people cap for holiday season parties, El Mundo reports

The Spanish government will propose to regional authorities a six-person limit for Christmas and New Year’s parties when they involve guests, El Mundo newspaper reported on Tuesday, citing a health ministry draft document.

Also, office gatherings and similar celebrations in the run-up to the holiday season would be limited to six people and preferably be held on restaurant terraces, outside or in a place with “no more than two walls”, it said.

The document recommends planning “different” Christmas celebrations without taking out the “soul and spirit” of the most popular holiday in the country.

The health ministry will discuss the document with the regions’ health chiefs, who could still introduce changes.

Spain, which has more than 1.58 million COVID-19 cases – western Europe’s second highest tally after France – and 43,131 dead – imposed a six-month state of emergency in October, giving regions legal backing to impose curfews and other restrictions.

The Olive Press, which is somehow figured out a way to stop copying and pasting, notes that there will be a curfew from 1am to 6am, meaning people would have to be home within an hour after New Year’s. And Spain is one of the nations which used their police to enforce the government dictates early on in the spring. And citizens do not have the Constitutional Rights that we do here. They just have to do what the government says, like it or not. Helps out with The Great Reset, making citizens more compliant, especially when there’s a 6 month state of emergency.

Then there’s this schmuck, unfortunately, one nominally on our side

I’d like him to point out in the Constitution of the U.S. and that of Maryland where he and the government have the power to do mask mandates. Driving is a privilege. Will you have a right to decline the vaccine (not sure why you’d want to, but, that’s your decision)?

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12 Responses to “Spain Looks To Restrict Christmas And New Year’s Eve Gathering”

  1. drowningpuppies says:

    This Hogan fella’s logic and reasoning sounds a whole lot like the garbage regurgitated by Rimjob.

    What a moron!


  2. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Is being arrested for public drunkenness un-Constitutional?

    How about public nudity?

    Making too much noise?

    Spitting on the sidewalk?

    Public urination?

    • david7134 says:

      The concern is why do we now have laws and regulations, such as mask and shutting down the economy, when there is no reason at all. So why don’t the liberals explain why the restrictions.

      • formwiz says:

        Clearly, from Buffalo to LA, the public is getting fed up. They tried to keep us scared. They tried to tell us what to do.

        They blew it.

    • formwiz says:

      Just being a jerk like you will do.

    • President Elect Kye says:

      None of those are un Constitutional. Are you inferring they are?

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        But being required to wear a mask IS inconstitutional? Really?

        • david7134 says:

          And you still have not justified the use of a mask. Or the destruction of the economy.

          • Professor Hale says:

            All of the ordinances Jeff referenced are lawfully enacted. Mask-distance-quarantine rules are for the most part not. In those cases where state legislatures and county boards have met, pursuant to the laws of their jurisdictions, and passed those regulations, then they are constitutional. Otherwise, they are not. When such things are tested in court, they fail on all of the common legal failings, overly broad, capricious enforcement, and exceeding lawful authority. In most states, the regulations are simply not being challenged, just complained about. It has been 10 months already. Every state has had time for their legislatures to consider appropriate law. To my knowledge, none have. In Virginia, the governor claims power to lock people down under emergency powers statutes, but those statutes only grant him power to distribute federal emergency management supplies.

            Imposing draconian measures that are edicts and not properly considered by legislatures are unconstitutional on their face, no matter what their purpose. Laws that exceed the authority of legislatures, governors, mayors or county boards are unconstitutional on their face, no matter how noble their purpose. Regulations that restrict the liberty of individuals without due process under the law are unconstitutional on their face. Most jurisdictions have quarantine statutes but even those have due process restrictions that must be followed.

  3. President Elect Kye says:

    I see where CNN did a poll and found 148% of Americans believe voter fraud doesn’t exist.

    • Professor Hale says:

      And another 99.9% said if fraud did exist, hypothetically, it wasn’t enough to matter.

      Free clue: No one bothers breaking the law if they don’t think it will matter. The whole point of massive election fraud is the expectation it will matter.

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