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we have had span attacks with thousands of illegal online
Its a power struggle. While the government and most of the other parties play their political game divorced from reality, the PCCh is going about regime change in a "revolutionary" way. Even the eminences grises of the other opposition parties are finally starting to condemn the violence. Not before time, and not as if it makes any difference.
But the "peaceful" and the "violent" parts are so interconnected here.
I mean, it's prohibited, but who's going to enforce it? Also, having the carabineros have bodycams on them should help.RuneTheChookcha wrote: ↑Wed Nov 27, 2019 2:54 pmBut the "peaceful" and the "violent" parts are so interconnected here.
EDIT: another nice one, they say, on the Condell street alone 27 locales were looted or burned this last night ( "27 tiendas saqueadas y cuantiosos daños al comercio de calle Condell" https://www.biobiochile.cl/noticias/nac ... adas.shtml )
Yeah, Valpo is finished.
BTW, the Curauma forest fire is burning once again, soon to be in the news.
My wife sometimes goes to church. Nowadays she sees older people there openly weeping, something she has never seen before.
yea, don't get too use to it.