WHO IS JAUME VIVES?
He was born in a Catholic family in Barcelona on June 5, 1992. Thanks to my nerves and my worries, I have not stopped doing things. He is now a full-time journalist and a part-time writer. He has made 2 journalistic trips to Lebanon and Iraq, I have published three journalistic essays and has produced and co-directed a documentary about persecuted Christians.
WHY IS HE FAMOUS?
Jaume Vives is a Barcelonian who has risen to fame these days for his humor and irony against the independence of Catalonia. It is the famous neighbor who has put on his balcony at full volume the song of Manolo Escobar "Qué viva España" and the anthem of the Civil Guard. He has founded the Resistencia Catalana platform and has launched the "Contra-revolution of smiles". But few know that he is a committed Catholic and that he has made a documentary about persecuted Christians.
"Resistencia Catalana are all those Catalans who are not willing to let Catalonia go and who do not intend to give away Catalonia to those who have loaded it and who are betraying it," explains the website of this initiative promoted by Jaume Vives. Created in this month of October, as well as its twitter profile, it already has 32,000 followers.
In recent days has not stopped giving interviews to the media, following the viral made several videos recorded by their neighbors, to put on your terrace, and at full volume, the song of Viva Spain and the anthem of the Civil Guard.
AND NOW, PRESIDENT OF TABARNIA?
Tabarnia is the proposed name for a territory of Catalonia by the organization "Barcelona is not Catalonia", 1 2 also called "Platform for the Autonomy of Barcelona", which aims to establish as a new Spanish autonomous community a set of regions of Tarragona and Barcelona.3 They consider that «the current administrative division does not correspond to reality» and are in favor of recovering what they have called «the historical sovereignty of the county of Barcelona».
In December 2017, thanks to social networks, the idea has achieved relevance in the Spanish and foreign media, becoming a global trending topic on December 27 with 635,000 tweets. The movement began a collection of signatures on the change.org platform.16 The message posted on that page says that "Tabarnia is a historical region that encompassed what is now geographically Tarragona and Barcelona. In the past it was also known as the county of Barcelona ».