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Personal, amateur political analysis.

Colonization and reaction in Latin America

Have you noticed how European politicians and Western media support left-wing autocracies in Latin America? It’s pretty obvious when focus at it.

It is not explicit, of course, they are autocracies and support cannot be openly shown. But we all know that in politics it is common to support or attack just maintaining double standards. Everyone can be criticized (attacked) or criticism silenced (support).

For example, in the picture that heads this article you can see three media informing critically about El Salvador, one of the very few Latin American countries that has not fallen into leftist autocracy. El País, a Spanish newspaper (but basically French-owned), France 24 and CNN from the US. The three of them are attacking Bukele.

Why don’t they usually publish similar articles regarding Venezuela, Cuba or Nicaragua, being cruel dictatorships? It is quite clear these media put the pressure on those who resist autocratic leftism, not on the autocracies.


Once the question is raised, we see that it is not only media. Some examples that reinforce the idea:

  • The promotion of Borrell to the position of High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs. Borrell was a minister with Sánchez and has been criticized for collaboration with Venezuela and Cuba.
  • Sánchez allowed Delcy, (Maduro’s vicepresident) to pass illegally with some suitcases (filled with gold?) through the Madrid airport. Also gave 53 million euros of European funds to an nonviable Venezuelan airline (Plus Ultra)
  • The neglect of the EU when it was necessary to support Guaidó against Maduro.
  • Or the election of a Latin American left-wing friendly Pope.

It seems clear that those who rule the EU, that means France and Germany, have a high interest in Latin America.


As it happens with almost all their strategies, the target is not union or collaboration, but dominance. You only have to notice that they do not appeal to democracies but to autocracies. And they have no scruples, they don’t care it the autocracies are criminal.

The ultimate goal, I imagine, is to place puppet presidents at their service, as they did in Spain in 2004 with Zapatero and repeated now with Sánchez.


There remains, as an apparent contradiction, a question that may seem shocking. That strategy of collaboration with leftist autocracies can also be seen in some American media such as CNN.

The most direct explanation would be that France and Germany have also taken control of those media, as they have done with Spanish media. Something I already suspected. In fact, to me, CNN collaboration in Bukele demonization confirms CNN has been conquered. Cause US colonization is also in their sights. You just have to remember the relationship of Merkel and Macron with Trump to understand German ambition includes confrontation with the US.


So, from Spain, all my support to our Latin American brothers!

Jair Bolsonaro (Brasil), Nayib Bukele (El Salvador), Javier Milei (Argentina) & José Antonio Kast (Chile)

The attack is global. Globalism supports Latin American leftist autocracies just as supports Palestine Islamist terrorism, or secessionism in Spain.

But reaction has appeared and it is also becoming global. Globalism demonize Trump, Bukele, Bolsonaro, the Brexiters, Vox in Spain, Poland, Hungary, Italy… for a reason. Because they are the reaction and they are everywhere.

So, Latin America, Cheer up!

It is time to react!


Spanish version of the text: Colonización y reacción en Iberoamérica.



3 responses to “Colonization and reaction in Latin America”

  1. Re “democracies”

    Any alleged expert who talks about “democracies” AS IF a real democracy ACTUALLY EXISTS ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD (or has existed at any time) is evidently living mindlessly and blindly in the propaganda world fed to them since a kid and/or is part of the (unconscious, ignorant, naive, willful) crowd who disseminates this total lie because any “democracy” has always been a covert structure of the rule of a few over the many operating behind the pretense name and facade of a “democracy”— see “The 2 Married Pink Elephants In The Historical Room” …

    “All experts serve the state and the media and only in that way do they achieve their status. Every expert follows his master, for all former possibilities for independence have been gradually reduced to nil by present society’s mode of organization. The most useful expert, of course, is the one who can lie. With their different motives, those who need experts are falsifiers and fools. Whenever individuals lose the capacity to see things for themselves, the expert is there to offer an absolute reassurance.” —Guy Debord

    Isn’t it about time for anyone to wake up to the ULTIMATE DEPTH of the human rabbit hole — rather than remain blissfully willfully ignorant in a narcissistic fantasy land and play victim like a little child?

    “Separate what you know from what you THINK you know.” — Unknown


    1. Of course Democracy is not really the government of the people but a system with a rule of law, weights and balances, change managed with vote…

      “Qué es la democracia”

      Qué es la democracia

      But it is still the best we have. With all the lies, the propaganda, the experts bought…

      And it can be applied better or worse. So it has sense to fight to make it better.


  2. […] and despotism (you only have to look at its subjects, like Sánchez, or at their actions in Latin America, Ukraine, Palestine…) […]


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