Altercations of Pity

What should we lament when pusillanimous professors still exist in Venezuela? Where they speak of a kind of hope, which postpones the urgency to resolve a major humanitarian crisis; a crisis that involves approximately 27 million nationals strangled by a Narco-state, ruled by criminals. Where is our compassion to them, when they can only await for the right moment to a critical epiphany, crushed in their dignity, while having their tail between their legs, like dogs terrified by a beast, as cruel as the one, who oppresses them until their last icy breath.

If some of you remembered the bitcom proposition and the mini gold ingots-of which the beast Masburra echoed until not long ago-; it could then be understandable and even clearly intuitive-without a great surplus of insight-that behind such a financial entanglement, anti-utopian, laid the shadow of Putin’s conspiratorial strategy, embraced with atavistic enthusiasm, and encouraged by its extensive regime of Russian quasi-corporate mafias, as well as the Cuban medieval proxy, the G2—and its ancillary guerrillas “de la’ FARC”— as well as ISIS, with the singular purpose of replacing the dollar and the euro by a system of exchange in favor of those who were past and present the heirs of the KGB.

Much more deliberative and worse than the Gestapo itself, mid-century, these present Russian mafias, the G2 and ISIS, in addition to being machines of death invested in armies and numeral corporations, represent the intelligentsia of an apocalyptic exchange system. This axis of a macabre exchange, which works and drills all the regions of the world with a high ideological radicalism, whose objective is to tear down our civilization, and from whose vision they think to seize a destructive and critical opportunity in favor of a greater power worldwide.

Only under the rubble of a long established economy do they believe that great power would fall potentially onto their hands. One only needs to think about what happens through clandestine money laundering and the trans-nationalization of cartels that, step by step, unbalance the Western and Eastern economic systems, while destroying the spirit of new generations,

And one can reflect on what is so desirable to the Orthodox religions of Russia and the Middle East, or rather what they have in common by exploiting underdeveloped regions by massively starving them to death and that in such attrition they may open up in its wake the opportunity for an imperialist advance never before seen.


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