a possible Catalonia, but a possible Europe too.» and there are others, I say frankly, dirty, violent, obscurantist, as we see in so many countries east of Europe, such as Austria, or Poland, or don't know how many.» mothers have taught us to respect, we are going to share and we leave this city with so much inequality, with so much suffering, that is what that we have to import. The equality... Еще of the bases is the basis of the equality of the people. There is no common homeland, when the right for everyone to live decently is not shared.» Left-wing French politician and former French presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon addressed the Catalunya en Comu party rally in Badalona on Friday ahead of upcoming Catalan regional elections on December 21. Melenchon told the audience “in the old continent there are many nationalisms that are emerging, there are honest and decent nationalisms, with old history and virtue and there are others, I say frankly, dirty, violent, obscurantist, as we see in so many countries east of Europe, such as Austria, or Poland.” Melenchon was joined by British journalist Owen Jones and Barcelona’s Mayor Ada Colau who is also national coordinator of Comu. Comu is a coalition of figures from the Podemos party, the Greens and other left groupings against Madrid’s austerity policies.