The Streets

And to talk about during election time. For even more details, read what Connecticut Senator says on the issue. The subjects of misery belongs to the group of anonymous subjects are even candidates for the vouchers of shame because, for lack of identification, are even worse as citizens and as fellow citizens, residents of the neighborhood. Perhaps the only identity card is its filth, illiteracy and above all, that gives them away chronic anemia. Women and children’s social distress roam the streets of our cities in the form of bodies who dig the garbage of others in pursuit of a crust of bread, one medium fruit damage, anything that serves to deceive the hunger that eats there. Misery grows at the same pace as the corruption. Here we are at the top as if it were an Olympic just where we are, while we, get first place in the world.

Bitter fight that corruption is all. It is not just theft of public property, but also of their misuse, non-transparency in procurement and contracts, the silent complicity of the authorities, the ineffectiveness of the judicial and control systems that make blind eye to irregularities committed by the power. The corruption of the word and not fulfilled, empty offerings, the rules violated by the whim of power. The corruption in the purchase of consciences. As they do not accept reports or publications that tell the reality, not the praise, immediately and with extreme arrogance and cynicism, dictate a law silence, deny, and from now on, hide under the carpet the truth of the country. Those who say otherwise are enemies of the regime K. Much to my regret, and with tremendous pain, I must admit that the harsh realities, shows that our leaders have the will to power for power, to the extent that it is a vehicle for social mobility, method of revenge and easy way enrichment. “The best people” consists of “the usual” subject of privileged sectors, related to each other, or “friends” who, beyond dispute apparently share the same goals: to gain power for their own benefit. Pry, influence peddling, nepotism, or multiple forms of corruption, along with the certainty that the laws can always be interpreted and manipulated are their slogans and goals.