The man since his first appearance on the planet has sought ingenious ways to modify his environment to ensure his survival. We have been able to build houses, cities, monuments, invented different ways of transportation, among many other things, but we have not been able to stop nature. All our advances since the first civilization … Continue reading Climate change: The death of our planet
The measures carried out by President Trump last week regarding Cuba are very accurate but irrational. Why? After the presidency of Barack Obama, the United States was not very involved in Latin America affairs. In fact, he did not even attempt to directly mediate in the peace process between the Colombian Government and the Revolutionary … Continue reading Trump: Ratifying the embargo
The Puerto Rican Independence Party (PIP) since its beginnings has defended human rights, defended its ideal of independence and denounced the abuses of the US government. They have also been listed as revolutionaries, associated with the Puerto Rican National Liberation Armed Forces (FALN), associated with socialism and anti-Americanism. They have been, in a way, criminalized … Continue reading The Puerto Rican Independence Party and its possible electoral recovery
For Puerto Ricans, the mother has always been placed on a sacred pedestal of respect and infinite love. What son seeing that his mother is assaulted, oppressed and subjugated by some force does not do everything possible to defend himself and release her? Similarly, the Puerto Rican feels a deep love and respect for his … Continue reading Oscar marches against the wind and tide at the Puerto Rican parade in New York
Last June 11th in Puerto Rico, the so-called "immediate decolonization plebiscite" was held. This consultation was born following a campaign promise of the current Governor Ricardo Rosselló in order to go to the Congress of the United States to ask for the annexation of Puerto Rico. As was to be expected before the call of … Continue reading Plebiscite on status and double standards
Many in my social media will not agree with my analysis and may, perhaps, attack me by saying that I am a "colonialist," "anti-Statehood," etc. Let me tell you something: I'm not a fan, I'm analytical and rational. I clarify this because if "statehooders" go through life seeking credibility they cannot claim … Continue reading The reality of the plebiscite
On Monday, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt decided to cut diplomatic relations with their partner in the Gulf Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC), Qatar. In addition, Libya, Maldives and Mauritania have joined this boycott, and Jordan and Djibouti have announced that they will reduce their … Continue reading Qatar, abandoned by its allies
The network of corruption and mismanagement of public funds on the part of past government administrations in both political parties finally made us fall into the present socio-economic and political crisis. Their selfish and ruthless actions betrayed both the public trust and the electoral system by which they were elected. These so-called "public servants" left … Continue reading Who owes whom?
The budget submitted on May 31, 2017 by Governor Ricardo Rosselló took the system of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) unprepared. Despite agreements between the administration and the current governor of a first cut of about 150 million dollars, Rosselló will submit to the UPR a cut of 208 million dollars. Although the difference … Continue reading New budget for the University of Puerto Rico: the beginning of the end?
On May 19, Wikileaks launched its series 'Vault 7 project' where it reveals the CIA surveillance tools, one of them called Athena. This tool was created specifically for Windows platforms (from Windows XP to Windows 10). The purpose of this 'malware' is to have the ability to establish a guide and the ability to load … Continue reading Athena, the CIA toy