Latin America, coups and resistance

Today dictatorships have ceased to be bloody, the US and the Latin American oligarchy have changed their strategy. Imposition is corporate made. A new kind of dirty war and Plan Condor which execute soft coups with its central axis: through manipulation by the media, and with this, numbing the minds of the masses (Latin American middle class) which due to their indifference are easy to use. Unaware they vote for structures which according to them (classist and racist) would only affect the most vulnerable, they will never realize (by being polarized) that they are only the springboard for the benefit…

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Cristina, my love

I’m not a feminist, neither red, nor leftist, nor revolutionary. I know very well where I do belong: I am a pariah and Cristina is my love. As well as Mercedes Sosa, Dilma, Evita and Violetona Parra. And as a writer to shout this love to the world, has earned me the reprobation of more than a few. I have been accused more than once of being mercenary, living in the United States with money sent to me by Cristina and Dilma to write about them. So help me God! These women don’t even know that I exist, because ……

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Unbreakable Dilma

Segunda traducción al inglés (TeleSUR English) “We should have killed her,” her torturers must have repeated hundreds of times when they saw her become the first woman president of Brazil. Or they may have wanted for cancer to remove her from the political scene like with Evita (only temporarily, because she is immortal). There is a before and after Dilma in Brazil and Latin America. A woman president overcoming patriarchy and gender inequality. A woman who has created gender inclusion policies from government – social policies that have benefited millions of pariahs that the oligarchy can only see as pawns…

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Dilma, unbreakable

We should have killed her; her tortures will have repeated hundreds of times to themselves when they saw her becoming Brazil’s first woman president. Or had wanted also that cancer disappeared her, like Evita (temporarily, because it is immortal), from the political scene. Dilma marked a watershed moment in Brazil and Latin America. A woman president overcoming patriarchy. And gender inequality. A woman who from the government has created gender inclusion policies. Social policies that have benefited millions of pariahs that the oligarchy can only see as pawns and whom it has exploited for centuries, and wants to continue to…

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