WandumTo provide further context, the general consensus from the catalonians in favour of independence is that the people in the south (Andalucia) are lazy idiots who dont feel like working, and that their tax money should be spent on catalonia, not the lazy andalucians. Catalonia is a major contributor to the spanish economy, and neither side can afford to lose the other.
The general perception that andalusians are lazy is just as valid as the idea that all polish people hope to leech of british society-it's simply overgeneralizing to antagonize a foreign scapegoat.
There are many places in Andalucia that absolutely are shitholes. I distinctly remember that the police force in La Linea (the spanish town on the other side of Gibraltar) had to take the bus, simply because they didn't have enough money to have police cars. This deffinately isn't a one off case either.
What's most frustrating is that this situation is so nuanced it's almost impossible to actually apply yourself to the situation without having lived it for years, and even then it is extremely challenging to do so.
You are disgusting.
There are lazy people everywhere and some Andalusians work their asses harder than Catalonians, the opposite also applies of course.
Did you know that Catalonia is actually what it is today because of Andalusia and its people? During Franco's regime many (actually a LOT) Andalusians migrated to Catalonia, the same period when Franco created a lot of public industry and placed their headquarters in Barcelona.
If you ask a lot of people from Catalonia, they will probably tell you that their grandparents are/were Andalusians and with your post you're neglecting the hard work of a really important generation that went to other region and actually helped it to grow and become what it is today.
EDIT: And Andalusia not being able to economically prospere is on our own politicians to blame, due to corruption and the same political party ruling the region unopposed since the 70s