El Yunque operates publicly through the use of various façade organizations, such as Hazte Oír
GAYLES.TV | We understand that on a Saturday afternoon you do not want to go deeper, but we think it is very important that you know what is behind behind you hear. We have achieved a small victory by sending back the bus of shame, thanks to the entities and institutions. And also thanks to the great publicity that the conventional media, and between all and all we have given them gratuitously, have been put in the point of sight. And we have pulled the thread: the fundamentalist plot behind is huge. This article has been made thanks to the information made by José L. Lobo, journalist of El Confidencial. We have linked your articles in this medium so you can go deeper into the plot. We assure you that it is better than going to the movies. It is exciting.
Many of us are unaware of the existence of this secret sect ... which is something secret! But not so much anymore, thanks to Make You Hear. Come on, we encourage you to immerse yourself in a science fiction movie ... which is not. We will start by explaining what it is THE ANVIL.
El Yunque does not officially exist in Spain. It has no headquarters, no statutes, nor is it registered with the Ministry of the Interior. But its members use legally constituted societies as speakers to "Establish the reign of Christ on earth". The best known at the moment is Make yourself heard, presided by Ignacio Arsuaga; but there are many others. All of them played a leading role in citizen mobilizations against the abortion law and the Education for Citizenship subject.
El Yunque is a sect of paramilitary character linked to the extreme right-wing Catholicism, born in Mexico in 1952, El Yunque came to Spain “in the years of the transition to democracy after the death of Francisco Franco«, And its members« took root in Francoist environments and those related to the Falange or the Carlists ». And he adds: «The link and dependence of the Spanish El Yunque with the Mexican has continued to be close, also economically, and this serves as a model for the Spanish ».
The objectives of the ultra-Catholic sect they are "the occupation of growing plots of political power and media influence" and the creation of "Youth and adolescent recruitment networks for the organization". El Yunque's creed is to "defend the Catholic religion and fight against the forces of Satan," including through the use of violence.
The sect captures minors and adolescents with the aim of infiltrating the structures of political power to "Establish the reign of Christ on earth". Its members dedicate their lives to "preparing an aristocracy of the spirit that must govern Spain according to the evangelical dictates." El Yunque operates publicly through the use of various front organizations, such as Hazte Oír.
The ceremony for the entry of new members in El Yunque leaves very little doubt about the messianic, paramilitary and far-right character of this fundamentalist Catholic sect that act on the margins of the law to infiltrate the power structures. This is clear from the confidential report Analysis of the associationism of the Spanish Christian laymen and the meddling of El Yunque, elaborated from the testimony of 39 witnesses directly or indirectly related to the organization and delivered to the Cardinal Antonio Rouco Varela, president of the Episcopal Conference. Read more in The Confidential:
El Yunque's oath: "We are a militia and our fight is that of the Crusaders" "God, Country and Anvil"
According to accredited testimonies, the secret sect Yunque has infiltrated the PP, the Church, the Intereconomía communication group, the San Pablo-CEU university or the Hazte Oír and Profesionales por la Ética platforms. Continue reading in The Confidential: The secret sect El Yunque, cornered: the judge admits the lawsuit against its leaders
There is a report of López Luengos, vice president of Education and Person -one of the most active lay Christian associations in mobilizations against the abortion law and the Education for Citizenship subject-, entitled Analysis of the associationism of the Spanish Christian laymen and the meddling of El Yunque, which aims to "shed light on a reality that remains hidden" and expose the objectives pursued by the fundamentalist sect: "The occupation of growing plots of political power and media influence" and the creation of «Youth and adolescent recruitment networks for your organization.
«Child that may interest us». That is the title that heads one of the thousands of personal files that El Yunque draws up to identify potential candidates to enter. Keep reading in El Confidencial: This is how El Yunque recruits: «Diego, 14 years old, leadership skills, very clear political ideas»
Testimony of a teenager who was captured by the Catholic integrated sect: «El Anunque brainwashed me; I even spied on my own parents »
Plus. The secret dossier that Rouco keeps: "There are members of El Yunque in the PP and the Church". Cardinal Antonio Rouco Varela has in his hands since the spring of 2010 a confidential report that details the "Methods of control, infiltration and concealment" used by members of the secret sect El Yunque to, on the one hand, influence the Episcopal Conference itself and, on the other, "harass, pressure and destabilize" the political power. The president of the Spanish bishops continues to tolerate the covert activity of that organization linked to Catholic fundamentalism and the political extreme right.
The report held by the Episcopal Conference explains that El Yunque's strategy consists of "creating multiple associations and initiatives open to the collaboration of people outside the organization." The sect "He does not work showing his identity and intentions", but uses those associations front, all of them legal, "to influence society." Keep reading in El Confidencial: The secret dossier that Rouco keeps: "There are members of El Yunque in the PP and the Church"
"If the initiative fails, it is abandoned and its members repositioned, but if it succeeds, the volunteers begin to play a pretended role so that they become more involved, without ever ceasing to have ultimate control over decisions," the dossier continues. «This has been the case of some of the platforms created by El Yunque, which have achieved great social resonance: Hazte Oír, the Institute for Family Policy or Professionals for Ethics. In these last three both the presidency and part of the board of directors They are members of El Yunque ».
The report recalls that El Yunque came to Spain from Mexico "in the years of the transition to democracy after the death of Francisco Franco«, And its members« took root in Francoist environments and those related to the Falange or the Carlists ». And he adds: «The link and dependence of the Spanish El Yunque with the Mexican has continued to be close, also economically, and this serves as a model for the Spanish ».
Anyway, we congratulate you if you have come this far and if you are interested in unraveling the sect, in the following link you will find all the articles by José L. Lobo published in El Confidencial and related to El Yunque.
Source: El Confidential