Polònia, the political humor program of TV3 has covered the well-known ‘Uptown funk’ of the American singer Bruno Mars, to make a criticism of the attitude that the right-wing parties are showing towards the process of petitioning for pardons of the prisoners of the ‘proces’.
If last week I did it with a song by C. Tangana on the same subject, but with the imitation of Felipe González, Alfonso Guerra and José María Aznar, this thursday he did it with the figures of Pablo Casado, Santiago Abascal, Rosa Díez, Javier Ortega Smith and Carlos Lesmes.
“The right returns to Plaza Colón”
This parody, loaded with dances and choreography, is set with the emblematic Colon Square, which the right wing has used in recent years to demonstrate. The leader of Vox is the one who begins by naming those present and he jokes that all the Ciudadanos voters are there, referring to the fact that there are none. But at that moment Casado realizes that Rosa Díez is missing, who appears with a flag of Spain as a shawl.
Pablo Casado is the one who takes the leading role in the stanzas, where he criticizes President Pedro Sánchez as a socialist and a coup leader, and he gives a clear warning “listen to the Supreme, so memo and no pardons”Because the release of the prisoners has provoked the rejection of the entire right wing, and of the fascists, whom it justifies saying that that is why they complain by raising their arms. “The right returns to the Plaza Colón” sings Rosa Díez.
“He who does not come is a red Mason”
Then they begin to mention the protagonists of the pardons to comment on why they should go to prison and they invite everyone to go and demonstrate in the Plaza de Colón, because “whoever does not come is a red Mason”. The parody of Casado accuses the president of being a coward and “a felon” and encourages them to go to avoid a misfortune because “we have to save democracy from the coup plotters who want to vote,” otherwise they will end up forcing everyone to speak Catalan.
And break the chorus where all the protagonists of the video perform a good dance to the rhythm of “you are not going to pardon them”. After that Casado tries to ask that no photos be taken because he does not want to be taken with Vox, and they accuse him of “rajao”, to which he adds “look yes, but moderate”.
“If with this I can not divert attention from the Kitchen case”
Mounted all of them in a Cadillac car they assure that they long for times past and they reappoint the prisoners who want to be pardoned, those who are most at the head of the movement. Ortega Smith’s character criticizes Carme Forcadell because “The red one is not his team”, the Jordis for “getting in a car, that’s rebellion”, Raül Romeva “until he kisses the constitution” and Oriol because ” all of them is the worst. “
In addition, they assure that the pardon is a “scam” and that all of them should go to jail, since they are guilty “because we don’t like them.” Finally, the song ends with Abascal saying that justice is impartial while everyone laughs at him, “what a good joke Abascal.” And to close the video and the criticism that from Polònia they have transferred to the parties of the right, especially the PP, the character who parodies Casado says: “Well, if I can’t divert attention from the Kitchen case with this, I don’t know anymore.”