Más sobre la memoria y el olvido [Español/English]
por Edmundo Moure (Chile)
4 septiembre, 2019
“Recuerda, antes de que sea demasiado tarde”
Septiembre 3, 2019 – 80 Años del Winnipeg
Según hábito adquirido desde hace cincuenta y ocho años, salgo de mi casa a las siete de la mañana, para dirigirme al trabajo. Metro atestado de afanosos pasajeros; luego, preparar el asalto a microbuses del Transantiago, en calle Irarrázaval, más escasos que una sonrisa temprana. Decenas, centenares de personas en los paraderos, rostros cetrinos, con rasgos de fatalismo ancestral, resignados a largas esperas cotidianas, de ida y de vuelta… El nuestro es el pueblo de la infinita paciencia, combinada con la frágil memoria.
6 books by Pablo Neruda to understand everything about sex, love and death
His books are a guide to understand several of the most secret feelings that surround the human soul.
He preferred bohemian life full of wine, women and poetry instead of becoming a stable and promising reality through the help of his family. His father, who sent him money every month to pay for his studies at the Pedagogical Institute, withdrew all his support when he learned that his son, Ricardo Eliécer Naftalí Reyes Basoalto, Pablo Neruda's real name, did not attend classes. What interested him was to learn the essence of existence not in a classroom, but in the real world and through the pen with which he composed verses.
There are days when certain news seems to converge and intermingle, and is a signal that warns us that things are not going well. In the last hours we got the outbursts of Matteo Salvini, Italian interior minister, announcing a census of the Roma population "to expel the irregulars". So that there would be no doubt of the racist content of his warning, he added: "the Italian gypsies, unfortunately, will have to be kept." And if anyone thinks that this is an isolated occurrence, remember that last April 8, International Day of the Roma people, MEP Mara Bizzotto also from the governmental Northern Italian League said in that parliament "that there should be a day dedicated to the victims of the problems caused by gypsies. " The new Italian government has already found an explanation for the ills that the country suffers: they are "the others", the refugees, the gypsies, and it will not surprise us when they add "the poor", blaming them for their misery.
WHAT ANSWER DO YOU DELIVER TO THESE THREE QUESTIONS?
How long will it take to stop martyrdom in GAZA?
How long will Israel break international law without being brought to justice?
How long will it take you to define yourself?
A little history: Jeanette Escanilla is called the deputy to the Swedish parliament and president of the SHIP TO GAZA movement. The last attempt, to break the blockade happened in the year 2016, We have not forgotten, the deputy suffered firsthand what is able Zionism. In Palestinian waters I was, illegally and brutally arrested and kidnapped, suffered imprisonment and mental torture. But they did not manage to defeat it. She points out We're not afraid, I'm not afraid!
Colombia: Response to a malevolent infamy against Cuba and Venezuela
Radio Martí Noticia, well-known agency financed by the US government since the time of Ronald Reagan, created and guided by the CIA to develop campaigns against the Cuban Revolution, its leaders and now against Venezuela, published an article attacking Cuba and Venezuela, By noting that the embassies of these two nations in Colombia carry out intelligence activities and that some media outlets in South Florida have spoken about it. It is from Perogrullo to point out that behind this media campaign is the CIA with the complicity of the Colombian far right.