Part 5: The Case Neruda: Killer Bacteria handled by the Chilean military.
BirthdayJuly 12, 1973: Neruda observe any feature of cachexia and smiling, this state is not achieved within two months, the patient being normal feeding regime.
September 11, 1973: Be held in his home a lunch and party to show a model of what Neruda leave established "Cantalao", to create the Foundation with same name.
September 19, 1973: Admitted to the clinic Santa Maria in the same state of health that you appreciate in the photo with President Allende and Senator Teiltelbom.
September 23, 1973: Fateful day, the country in mourning, dies the name of Chile, Pablo Neruda.
Source: Manuel Araya Osorio, bodyguard of Neruda.
"I chose the difficult path of a shared responsibility and, before reiterating the worship of the individual as the central sun of the system, preferred to give my humble service to a considerable army at intervals may be wrong, but they walking without rest and advances day to day face both recalcitrant anachronistic as the impatient haughty. Because I believe that my duties as a poet not only showed me the fraternity with rose and symmetry, with exalted love and endless nostalgia, but also with the harsh human tasks that i incorporated into my poetry."
Today, exactly one hundred years, a poor and splendid poet, the most heinous of desperate, wrote this prophecy: A l'Aurore, armés d'une ardente patience, nous entrerons aux villes splendides. (At dawn, armed with a burning patience we will enter the splendid cities.)
I believe in this prophecy of Rimbaud, the seer. I come from an obscure province, a country separate from all others by a sharp geography. I was the most abandoned of poets and my poetry was regional, painful and rainy. But I always had confidence in the humanity. I never lost hope. So maybe, that's why I've come here with my poetry and my flag.
In conclusion, I must say to the mens of goodwill, workers, poets, that the whole future has been expressed in this line by Rimbaud: only with a burning patience can we conquer the splendid City which will give light, justice and dignity for all the men.
"So, the poetry will not have sung in vain."
Part of the discourse of the name of Chile, the killed Pablo Neruda, receiving Nobel Prize for Literature.
The mandate is clear from those wise words, viewed or listened, we oblige all to looking for the truth, to learn how to breathe freedom, and only that search will allow us to break the veils of the sinister plot, which begins with the murder of a person for later try to destroy his legacy. We demonstrate in this accusation when it start to manipulate his inheritance HERE
And it culminates with the acceptance by the Chilean government authorities about the Plagiarism / Theft / Embezzlement of a fundamental work for our people, I mean the Anthology 1972 www.antologiapopular1972.cl.
As is public knowledge, after rejection and acceptance of scientific centers interested in participating in this type of research, the responsibles for resolving this matter finally they established a decision.
Following this decision, has been achieved significant results in the University of Murcia, Spain.
A team of scientists discovered in the remains of the body of Pablo Neruda appeared a bacterium called Staphylococcus Aureus (Staphylococcus aureus). As we denounced in the article, "Neruda died of cancer, but not cancer". This staphylococcus when injected into a body, leaves a pink spot, an issue that observed Manuel Araya Osorio (bodyguard of Neruda), reported in the note "The importance of knowing how to observe".
By analyzing, study and compare all information obtained with great effort our musings, led us to an ocean of questions, but there must be one that should be the key and this was: what was this type of staph bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus)? Would it be a multi-resistant bacteria?
Established the question, we should go in search of the answer.
We seek help with the Swedish Nerudians, and they sent scientific opinion that traveled from Murcia to Sweden, and found a complaint points out that the results indicated that the proteomic and genomic features are different from a common staph (that is different from staph bacteria acquired normally).
Resolved this basic question, arises as a logical consequence the second question, still unresolved.
Was this germ in the body before die?
In our case as Nerudian in the world, we demand that the search for the answer should be in charge of serious and not improvised scientific personalities.
They must create an international panel of personalities of science.
We do not intend to give anyone rest or truce, we are very aware that here the story is playing a new chapter on the battle between light and darkness, it is ushering in a new Nuremberg trial.
"The investigated sources named below, mark out that staph found in Neruda's body is a multiresistant bacteria, as the initial proteomic tests (Murcia) indicated.
The proteomic and geomicas characteristics are different from a common community-acquired staph. "
Surveillance of antimicrobial resistance in bacteria that can cause infections associated with health care
And in Chile, in 1973, they could accelerate the multidrug resistance artificially in the golden staph?
This question ultimately led me to know that the bacterium (Staphylococcus aureus) develops multidrug resistance by antibiotic pressure in hospitals, this interaction produces transposons (jumping genes) that "infect or reproduce" the genetic capacity of acquired resistance. While this may be losing through bacterial generations, if the provided antibiotic pressure on health care center in that specific location is discontinued.
We concluded that stop or slow the loss of multi-resistance, it required time, while what which triggered this element did not have that time.
Then it is more easier to move standarized bacterias from a laboratory, to develop for example standards to calibrate standards of bacterial resistance or vaccine production.
At this point, we find the terrible truth hidden for years.
How they were introduced the bacteria to the country? By military personnel, or security personnel of the regime?
We note that such laboratories were only in developed countries. Should also be incorporated into this analysis the existence since 1960 of philosophical-ideological concept developed in our armed forces, obtained in the School of the Americas and taught the concept of "Internal enemy" and the new military power, who Mr. Manuel Contreras, DINA chief in Chile proposed the creation of the Condor plan.
We want to clarify after these elements, the bacteria described above under this specific conditions that have already been established was not then in Chile:
What is its origin? What laboratory extracted? Who or who gave the order? How did this happen? Was it a voluntary removal? Does anyone commissioned this theft? Was the action of a person or an institution?
These questions received a chilling response these days. It has been known that justice accused the retired general of the Chilean army, Hernan Ramirez Rurange, murder the DINA chemist Eugenio Berrios.
With the death of Eugenio Berrios was lost valuable information about the development of chemical weapons during the dictatorship of Pinochet, now the justice research reveals may have been used in the death of former president Eduardo Frei Montalva in 1982 and the communist poet and Nobel prize Pablo Neruda, a few days into the scheme in September 1973.
Bacteria Renew Mystery Over Chilean Poet Neruda's Death
Family of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda today said forensic experts have found evidence of a massive bacterial infection in his remains, increasing their suspicion that he was poisoned by dictator Augusto Pinochet's regime.
Doubts have surrounded the cause of the Nobel laureate's 1973 death since his former driver claimed Neruda was given a mysterious injection in his chest at the Santiago clinic where he was being treated for prostate cancer.
Neruda, who had been planning to leave for Mexico to lead the opposition to Pinochet's regime, died hours after the injection. He was 69.
The cause of death was given as advanced prostate cancer, but in 2011 officials agreed to a request from the Chilean Communist Party, of which Neruda was a member, to exhume his body for analysis.
In 2013, Chile's forensic medicine service ruled that "no relevant chemical agents" could be linked to his death.
But a new examination by forensic experts at the Universidad de Murcia in Spain found an unexplainable bacteria, Staphylococcus aureus, in his remains, said judicial officials.
"It is very difficult to establish or exclude the presence of an acute infectious process in the poet's final hours of life," they said in a statement.
"Analyzing the data requires an ample dose of caution to avoid risky conclusions in the absence of additional information, which we lack at this time."
But Neruda's family said the report fueled their suspicions.
"This sustains the reasonable doubt we have about the intervention of a third party," the poet's nephew Rodolfo Reyes told a press conference.
Two other bacteria found in Neruda's body were linked to his cancer, but the Staphylococcus aureus "has no relation with his cancer: that is the news," said Rodrigo Lledo, a lawyer with the Chilean interior ministry's human rights programme.
I write as a Chilean, I am part of that every morning we got up to help create a country, we are the people that constitute an absolute majority. This time with humility and "burning patience" we ask for justice and, whom it May Concern, that there is no time left to make mistakes, in Chile we live dramatic moments of credibility to the institutions and that why we should not be forgotten that "When a noble people crying injustice trembles ".