Since 2004, the year in which he took office at the Presidential Palace, Rodriguez Zapatero has driven through an avalanche of laws, regulations and policies with a view to demolishing the basic institutions that make up our society and imposing his cultural project on the public as a whole. He has also sought to export his project to Latin America and other parts of the world.
However, Rodriguez Zapatero is not exactly an anomaly in the twenty-first century. Quite the contrary, in fact. He shares a common project with thinkers and politicians who are working in other countries to introduce an archetype of society similar to that proposed by Zapatero. They are the secularists, relativists, radical feminists, abortionists, representatives of the homosexual lobby and totalitarians of all stripes and colors. They have gained considerable ground in recent decades.