“The results of Sunday’s local elections in Catalonia will likely have most immediate impact in the independence-minded region and in the halls of Madrid’s central government. But their effects within other Spanish communities that harbor hopes for independence may prove just as profound.
Particularly in the Basque Country, where a 2008 push for a national referendum on the region’s political status was declared unconstitutional by Spain’s highest court, and where October elections similarly saw voters hand a strong mandate to the region’s two separatist parties, many were looking to Catalonia for a tell on how next to proceed …”
Dr. Michael Hill of the League of the South was interviewed by WND on the growth of secession fever in Catalonia and its implications for Southern Nationalists:
“In many other growing cases, it is because of a lack of political representation or perceived political oppression, such as the case in Scotland, Quebec and in the southern United States.
The modern nation state “is out of touch with the local realities of life” according to Dr. Michael Hill, the president of the League of the South, a Southern nationalist organization, who was inclined to comment to WND in regards to the Catalan election results. ….”
Update: Here’s a link to an excellent essay by a Catalan Nationalist who discusses the movement and its relevance to the pro-White cause in the United States.