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Thursday, May 04, 2006

Against Ollanta Humala in Peru

Carlos Alberto Montaner is trying to encourage the political factions in Peru to unite against Ollanta Humala to make sure he does not become the next president of that South American country:

On the political field, Humala -- like Hugo Chávez, Evo Morales and Fidel Castro -- is an enemy of the political values of Western democracies. On the economic field, he is a convinced and avowed collectivist.

Were Humala to win the election, ultranationalism and indigenism would rule together with statism and the rejection of the market. Add his intolerant, anti-Semitic and homophobic character, and this inevitably would lead to an authoritarian, unproductive and increasingly militarized government that would bring only pain to the Peruvian people.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Pissed-Off Red-Blooded American Gringo said...

Well Scuze me Senior Lanza, but you think any real American gives half a crap about the elections in some backward South American Spic cesspool-- oh yeah, that's right all Spic countries, are cesspools. Funny how you Spics are now gettin' sneaky and all, trying to go wavin' flags and acting patriotic and all that to try to hide your hostillity to the "Gringo."

Yeah, we know how it works. We're from Texas (it's TEXAS, not "Tejas" you Spic morons), been in Florida, both places we get some Spics here and there who try to act, like y'all wanna be our friends. But you got the knife ready to plunge right into the backs of the "Gringos" while you go and pretend, otherwise. At least most Spics don't try to hide this fact, you though, you go and try to pretend like you're buddy-buddy?

We'll pass on the simple advice we've been handin' out, Spic. Just get out of America. Your not welcome here, anymore.

5/05/2006 4:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, I guess the backlash has begun! The previous post seemed unkind and unhelpful but I bet it was reflective of how a lot of Americans are feeling after the marches by non-citizen lawbreakers demanding rights.

Personally, I could do without the hate. As an unhyphenated American of partially Hispanic descent who has worked for years in opposition to illegal immigration I certainly agree that the illegals should go home. I really resent that their illegal presence in this country is causing that kind of hatred and vitriol to descend on all Hispanics including those who have followed the legal process.

I would prefer to be judged as an individual rather than as a member of a racial group. But when the Hispanic community starts demanding rights for illegal lawbreakers as a racial group I guess it is inevitable that we will be treated to the resulting resentment as a racial group.

Some people are I guess ignorant and hatred is their response. Thank god we have less of ignorance here than is found in points South. But despite not liking the hateful language I can't blame this poster for his anger and in fact welcome it. I hope he directs this anger appropriately and votes the open borders politicians, Repubublicans and Democrats, that have allowed the invasion to occur and who are now wanting to solve the problem by giving us more of the same, out of office.

5/05/2006 8:26 AM  

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