On 12 June 2013, the Rafael del Pino Foundation organised the round table "What to do with Spain. Del capitalismo castizo a la refundación de un país", the title of the latest work by César Molinas.
César Molinas proposes to bury the old-fashioned capitalism, based on nepotism and influence peddling, and to re-found our political class and our system of governance.
He distinguishes between history, with a lower case, which means the account of events relevant to a given human collective, and history with a capital letter, as a philosophical construction that aims to account for the spiritual process that has led part of humanity to the present-day Western civilisation.
He describes the Spanish political class as an extractive class and as the biggest obstacle to the implementation of the defined human capital accumulation project that Spain needs to consolidate.