Former high-ranking Army commanders launch threats in a chat: “There is no choice but to start shooting 26 million sons of bitches”
The messages were sent from former generals, colonels and captains mobile phones. Among them are those who sent a letter to the king criticizing Pedro Sánchez’s Government.
Several retired senior officers of the Air Force belong to a WhatsApp group in which death threats and wishes for coups are made, it is worth remembering the arrests that took place in Catalonia with the Russian military , and these former generals conspired and they are still on the street. The information, advanced exclusively by InfoLibre, has already caused a shock in spanish Congress. The following message was sent from the cell phone of Major General Francisco Beca: “I have read it [a book by Pío Moa, Myths of the Civil War], as a good appearance, and if what it says is true (for me it is es) there is no choice but to start shooting 26 million sons of bitches. ”
Meanwhile, this other message is sent from the mobile of retired captain José Molina: “I got up this morning totally convinced. I don’t want these scoundrels to lose the elections. No. I want everyone and their entire line to die. That’s what I want to. Is it too much to ask? ” The answer comes from General Beca’s phone: “But Curro [friendly nickname for Molina] for them to die they have to be shot and 26 million bullets are needed !!!!!!!!!!”.
The conversations that InfoLibre has accessed also contain messages sent from the mobile phones of retired colonels Ángel Díaz Rivera and Andrés González Espinar, who exchanged these words:
– González Espinar: “Some day … the filibusters of the whore ANC [Catalan National Assembly] … will pay for this and for other things …”
– Díaz Rivera: “Someday … someone will have to start doing something (legal or illegal) against these sons of bitches.”
– González Espinar: “What a shame … not to be active to divert a hot flight from Las Bárdenas to the headquarters of these sons of bitches ..”
Among the military members of this WhatsApp group (called ‘XIX’ in reference to the XIX promotion of the General Air Academy), there are signatories of the letter sent to King Felipe VI in November, in which more than 70 seniors Retired commanders endorsed the argument of the far-right formation Vox against the coalition government chaired by Pedro Sánchez.
As reported by Infolibre, in the chat a generic audio is forwarded with the voice of Santiago Abascal in which you can hear: “They tell me that it is mandatory to greet this group. A hug to all and Long live Spain!” From the aforementioned media they assure that the origin of this audio is unknown. The parliamentary spokesman for Vox, Iván Espinosa de los Monteros, has clarified that these recorded words from the leader of the far-right party ran “like wildfire on thousands of WhatsApp throughout Spain” months ago, thus disconnecting his party from the group of the XIX promotion of the Air Force.