“DARK RUMBLINGS Of A Coup D'État In Spain”? This is totally nuts. Just one retired military speaking to an obscure publication, and suddenly we have a putsch? Nobody denies there are increasing tensions stemming from the awful economic situation. And politics is not exactly oil in a plate, with some corruption scandals (mostly alleged, so far) and territorial controversies. But anyone who has the slightest idea of what's really happening in Spain right now other than from reading blogs from San Francisco and living in mental images dated 4 decades ago can say with a clear mind that the army is about to take over. It's total utter rubbish.
Business Insider is not doing itself any favor by running these kind of trash.