Today is El Día de la Toma [The Day of the Taking/Capture/Takedown], the anniversary of the capture of Granada in 1492, the last Muslim outpost in western Europe.
This should be the central commemorative ritual for European patriotic movements, the Alt Right, the Counterjihad if it ever escaped from the Counterjewhad and European civilisation more generally. The capture of the city by the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand and Isabel, was followed by the expulsion of the Muslims and the Jews, who had collaborated with the Muslims during their invasion and subsequent rule, even if they came to regret it. (For more on the long history of Muslim-Jewish collaboration, see here (link)).
The video shows a parade of some relics and artefacts associated with the Catholic Monarchs, followed by various bands. The central ritual, known as "Granada Que", then takes place in the Plaza del Carmen.
Traditionally, there is a shouting match between Spanish patriots, on the far-right of the square viewed from the speaker's balcony, and leftists, on the far-left. Leftists and Muslims protest against the commemoration because they think the Muslims and Jews should not have been expelled.
The person making this film is probably a leftist because he or she is standing among the other leftists and their shouts blot out the words of the ceremony. Maybe another video will be posted later with clearer articulation.
¿Granada, Granada, Granada? ¿ Qué? Por los ínclitos Reyes Católicos, Don Fernando V el de Aragón y Doña Isabel I de Castilla, ¡Viva España!, ¡Viva el Rey!, ¡Viva Andalucía! y ¡Viva Granada!
Granada, Granada, Granada? What? From the illustrious Catholic Monarchs, Don Fernando V of Aragón and Doña Isabel I of Castile, long live Spain! Long live the King! Long live Andalusia! And long live Granada!These words and the flag-waving are repeated several times.
See some videos I made myself at this ceremony a few years ago, standing on the far-right among a group of Spanish patriots (link).
They did a Moors and Christians parade this year. They don't usually do these in Granada, although they are famous in other parts of Spain. Generally these events tell the story of the Muslim conquest and then the Christian Reconquista, usually in a playful way. Sometimes they are just parades; other times more elaborate re-enactments.
Granada is a gathering point for Spanish patriots on el Día de la Toma. Here a group of them rally in front of a statue of Isabel and sing the fascist anthem "Cara al sol" [Face to the Sun", written by José Antonio Primo de Rivera.]