Patricio Aylwin D.C.: Coup d'etat organizer in Chile 1973
Mariana Aylwin D.C: Traitor to the interests of Our America
Aylwin presented him as a statesman and almost as a saint, there being no merit either for the one or the other
Alejandro Guzman Barbe
I would like to address you as the prelate who has an important responsibility in the conduct of the church in our country and on the matter and in dealing with matters of opinion and as a layman who has a perfect right to express his opinion on the statements that the curia has Made about situations of internal politics and also statements made regarding the death of Patricio Alwyn, I put my opinion absolutely contrary to his sayings.
In fact, I wanted to let a little time pass since Alwyn's death and the statements you made in his tribute, statements that practically presented him as a statesman and also almost as a saint, there being no merit either for the one or for the other.
Women who assumed their role, ended stereotypes, and inspired the feminine generations to fight for their rights.
Valentina Vladímirovna Tereshkova in Russian, Валентина Владимировна Терешкова Russian astronaut who was the first female engineer and at the same time the first civilian who manned a spacecraft. Having been selected among more than four hundred aspirants The names of Valentina Tereshkova and Svetlana Savitskaya are listed in the history of astronautics as the first women to make a journey through space. After a hard training, on June 16, 1963 Tereshkova was launched at Space on board the ship Vostok 6.
Margaret Hamilton, Margaret Hamilton posing alongside the codes she wrote as the engineer in charge of the Apollo Project (1969)
THE CHILEAN AND SWEDEN NERUDIANS PERFORMED A TRIBUTE TO THOSE PATRIOTS THAT WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN, FIGHTERS FOR A FREE AND INDEPENDENT CHILE. [English/Español]
More than 300 children and adolescents killed by the Chilean dictatorship.
More than 300 young people and children, under 20, were killed by the military-dictatorship led by Pinochet.
The cases are registered in the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and refers to cases of missing or executed political prisoners.
From children of a few months old, killed by bullets fired by the military or police to suppress popular protests, young militants or sympathizers of the left, tortured and murdered for defending their ideas, is the brutal legacy of the dictatorship, the same that follows Defending National Renewal, the UDI and of course an individual who calls himself Piñera.
The compilation was made in February 2007 by E. Aguirre and S. Chamorro, former members of the Pro-Return Committee of Exiles in Chile.
Joan Baez Goes Viral With 'Nasty Man,' a Protest Song for the Trump Era
Joan Baez, protest singer of the peace and civil rights movements of the 1960s, has gone viral with a protest song for today's Trump era, called "Nasty Man"
The song features roses in the Rose Garden telling President Donald Trump that he "owes the Earth a pardon;" pokes fun at the president for his border wall plans and Melania Trump's notable absence from the White House; and suggests that he "better talk to a shrink" for his "serious psychological disorders."
In the song, Baez also describes Trump finally falling into obsolescence: "That's my little song/about a man gone wrong./He's nasty from his head to his feet./When the dirt on this man/finally hits the fan,/and no one gives a damn about his tweets,/he'll be finally and forever obsolete."