Being a demonstrator is a paid profession. Violence against freedom of the press is by far the most common, because it is the disclosure of the truth to what they most fear. If they cannot control the media, close them or try to prevent them continue to operate. The case of the grupo Clarin and newsprint in the Argentina already transcended borders. The lowest of the left is in power, from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego.
In each country with its own nuances. In Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua are commanders, abusive pseudomilitares that are not removed the uniform of combat, always ready to make war against the people. Reactionary socialism. In Bolivia is indigenous national socialism with its Inca fuehrer. Indigenous peoples have rights and privileges over others, with laws that benefit them because of their race.
Whites and mestizos disparagingly called karas (white) in the Aymara language, are the auslanders. In Brazil, Lula is the progressive greedy with craving for international supremacy. More cautious than Chavez, and more powerful. Socialism to the rhythm of samba is radicalizing with their woman of confidence, the former terrorist Dilma Rousseff in power. In the northern hemisphere and a more civilized but no less misguided category, is United States, which unleashed feverish populism, commending his Savior, Barack Obama. So did the Argentina for many years. Today mourn the result. In Washington the democratic Liberals seeks the common good, making the State to take control of the services and part of the economy, to create a more just society. All begin with the same speech. To United States not be described it still democradura, more is on the way, under the Sceptre of Narciso Hussein Obama. With so many provocative blunders of these anointed, may that violence by opposition groups explode at some point and begin suppression. If that should happen, could spread to the continent, making movements arising from rebellion in all workplaces are where ruling Socialists messianic. original author and source of the article.