"The economist" has published some letters from readers. One of them from a brazilian. He saw this graffiti in Montevideo - Uruguay ten years ago. It´s exactly what brazilian conservatives think riht now:
“Yanqui go home, and take me with you.”
Australian blogger John Ray has published another post commenting the ultimate left twist in Latin America: Uruguay.
He´s partially correct: "South America's lurch to the Left now seems to be just about complete with the election of a new Leftist government in Uruguay. But that's democracy. If people want to make stupid choices that is up to them. Anyone these days who thinks that socialism leads anywhere must be a bit missing somewhere, though. Perhaps Latinos really are stupider on average."
Yes. Latinos are stupider than north-americans, for instance, but it´s the result of a plan. A carefully plan designed to put again the left on top in LA, after the fall of Berlin´s wall.
It must be clear that these events are not just the outcome of a democratic process.
We are living under a gramscian kind of "democracy": the society lives and think as living under the socialist rule. There´s no conservative options on political chessboard to choose from. All conservatives with a slight chance to be a serious contender are being under a carefully implemented "character assassination" processes by the left.
The name of the game: "Foro de São Paulo".
If you want to be informed o what´s is going on, read this:
You´ll find some pacific participants of this "debate forum" as
FARC and ELZN...
This is not a tea-party. When you see Brazil, Venezuela, Uruguay, Argentina, Cuba exchanging handshakes you realize that there are no chances for real democracy in LA.
The phrase couldn´t be more urgent for these days: "Yankees, take me with you"!!