Tainari88 wrote:Neoliberalism in the criticism section is quite specific have you read the issues with that?
If you have no access to a free, publicly funded education and no right to safe shelter, clean water, or safe food because no one has any economically guaranteed rights then how are you protecting human rights? Did you read the United Nations Human Rights charter. It is basically socialism 101.
You do have access to all of those in Chile.
For instance, water:
Tainari88 wrote:That is a lie. The vast majority of human rights violators have been right wing fascists and dictators propped up via Kissinger and the DC crowd. La Guerra Sucia in Argentina was the Right Wing. Fascists. Same with Pinochet, same with Somoza, the Death Squads in Guatemala, the Right Wing fascists in Brazil, the right wing in Peru, the right wing in Colombia, the right wing in many countries. We could be here all day. But the vast majority of nations in Latin America the disappearances and kidnappings, rapes and murders have been the Right. If you deny that? Bring on the evidence. Argentina had La Guerra Sucia. Las madres de la plaza de mayo were the mothers of students, and writers, musicians, trade unionists, and just anyone that was not on board with the fascist agenda then. 30,000 people. How many are dead in Gaza now? Double that number. The socialists in Latin America who were democratically elected have all been pressured hard.
Jose Mujica in Uruguay was he a fascist? No. Does he have a bloody presidency left behind? No. How about Straussner in Paraguay? Fascist of the worst sort that man was.
So where is the supposedly democratically elected socialists the ones doing the 30,000 murders and blood filled numbers in Latin America?
I said "socialists", not that they were democratically elected.
Cuba: 7,944 killed by the Cuban government since the Revolution
Venezuela: At least 12,000 since 1999, others claim 19,000 only in 2016-2019.
Nicaragua: Up to 568 killed in the 2018 protests
Etc, etc. And unlike the right-wing dictatorships, these guys are currently in power - they're not history (for now).