On Monday, [short video clips started appearing][1] on Twitter showing people in several Spanish cities—Córdoba, Huelva and Toledo—cheering loudly and clapping Civil Guard units leaving for anti-referendum duty in Catalonia. More of these clips appeared on Tuesday morning, from cities all around Spain: Murcia, Santander, Algeciras and Guadalajara. More flags, more cheering, and more applause. The chants ranged from "Long live Spain!" or "Long live the Civil Guard!" to the familiar "A por ellos, oéeee, a por ellos, oéeee", heard at football matches, which we might translate in this context a...