27 junio 2006

Sin...

  • Díaz, nuestro idioma sería el árabe, y las salvadoreñas no podrían sacar licencia de conducir
  • Sherman, EEUU serían dos países, y los negros esclavos en uno de ellos
  • Escobedo, un Habsburgo sería Emperador en México y los chilangos masticarían el francés
  • Patton, este sería el año 74 del Tercer Reich, y no quedaría un sólo gitano ni judío vivo en Europa
  • MacArthur, el Imperio del Sol Naciente tendría millones de esclavas en China, Corea, y las Indias Holandesas

...Por si alguien cree que los militares no sirven para nada.

¿Habría escrito lo que escribió, y sería nuestro idioma lo que es, si Cervantes no hubiese sido soldado en Navarino, Corfú, Bizerta, Túnez y Lepanto? Como él mismo dijo: la más alta ocasión que vieron los siglos pasados, los presentes, ni esperan ver los venideros, con su orgullo personal de haber derrotado a los sarracenos y detenido la expansión de los musulmanes en el Mediterráneo.

13 comentarios:

soysalvadoreno dijo...

Sin...

... Domingo Monterrosa, mas de mil campesinos no hubiesen sido masacrados en el Mozote.

...Roberto D'Abuisson, no hubiesen habido escuadrones de la muerte.

...Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez, no hubiesen sido masacrados millares de indigenas y campesinos en 1932.

...Por si alguien cree que los militares sirven para algo.

¿Habría escrito lo que escribió (Mi Lucha), y hubiese resultado lo que fue(mas de seis millones de judios asesinados), si Hitler no hubiese sido soldado en la I Guerra Mundial?

Samuel dijo...

He aqui, algunos de nuestros "grandiosos militares":

COL Napolean Alvarado 1974, Military Police Officer Course Las Hojas massacre, 1983: Covered-up the Army massacre at Las Hojas, in which 16 civilians were murdered and their corpses burnt. (UNTCRES)

1LT Mario Arevalo Melendez 1989, Commando Operations Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Had prior knowledge of the massacre of 6 Jesuit priests and covered-up the massacre, which ultimately included the priests' housekeeper and her teen-age daughter. (UNTCRES)

CPT Eduardo Ernesto Alfonso Avila 1967, Cadet Orientation Course Sheraton Hotel murders, 1981: Planned and ordered the assassination of 3 labor union leaders.
Romero assassination, 1980: Planned and ordered the assassination of beloved Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero on March 24, 1980. (UNTCRES)

SGT Antonio Ramiro Avalos Vargas 1988, Small Unit Training and Management Jesuit massacre, 1989: Non-commissioned officer in charge of the small unit that massacred 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter, (UNTCRES)

COL Carlos Armando Aviles Buitrago 1968, Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Aided in the planning and the cover-up of the massacre of 6 priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter. (UNTCRES)

MAJ Armando Azmitia Melara 1967, Cadet Orientation Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Was operations chief of the battalion (Atlacatl) which massacred hundreds of unarmed men, women and children at El Mozote. (UNTCRES)
Lake Suchitlan massacre, 1983: Commanded the Atlacatl battalion in the massacre of 117 people. (USACFPC)
Los Llanitos massacre, 1984: Commanded the Atlacatl battalion in the massacre of 68 people, most of whom were under age 14. (USACFPC)

MAJ Mauricio de Jesús Beltran Granados 1987, Small Unit Administration Instruction San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Ordered the needless murder of 10 prisoners and participated in the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

GEN Adolfo O. Blandon 1964, Infantry Officer Course
1960, Officer Cadet Course San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Initially claimed that the 10 civilians the Army killed were actually victims of "their own guerilla companions." He called U.S. congressional staff members who made inquiries about the case "political mercenaries," and suggested they leave El Salvador alone and investigate crimes in the U.S. (AW:AMSF)

GEN Juan Rafael Bustillo 1965, Counterinsurgency Orientation Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre of 6 priests, their housekeeper and her daughter. (UNTCRES)
Torture, rape, murder of French nurse, 1989: Bustillo (with 3 other SOA graduates) is wanted in France in connection with the torture, rape, and murder of 27-year-old Madeleine Lagadec in El Salvador in 1989. Her raped, bullet-riddled body was found with its left hand severed, (AP, 4/29/95)
Labor union murders: Members of a school teachers' union claim that the Air Force, under Bustillo's control, targeted union members for torture and murder, including Maria Cristina Gomez and Miguel Angel Lazo Quintanilla (AI:TU)

MAJ Natividad de Jesús Caceres Cabrera 1970, General Supply Officer Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: 2nd in command of the Atlacatl battalion, which carried out most of the killing at El Mozote. (UNTCRES)

SOT Mario Canizales Espinoza 1982, Patrol Course Dutch journalist murders, 1982: Led the squad that carried out the ambush against 3 unarmed Dutch journalists. (UNTCRES)

LTC Juan Carlos Carrillo Schlenker 1968, Cadet Course Tortured, denied medical aid to prisoner under his command: His US-trained Atlacatl soldiers tortured a wounded prisoner for three days with, among other things, electric shocks. (USACFPC, 4/25/90)

GEN Oscar Edgardo Casanova Vejar 1963, Engineer Officer Course Murder of U.S. churchwomen, 1980: Planned and covered-up the rape and murder of three U.S. nuns and a Catholic layworker. (UNTCRES)

COL José Emilio Chavez Caceres 1975, Military Intelligence Officer Course
1974, Urban Counterinsurgency Course San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Officer in charge of the soldiers who carried out the needless murder of 10 civilian prisoners. (UNTCRES)

COL Alejandro Cisneros 1974, Command and General Staff College El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commanded a non- Atlacatl company that participated in the massacre.
El Junquillo massacre, 1981: Failed to investigate the massacre of women and children in El Junquillo. (UNTCRES)

Luis Antonio Colindres Aleman 1980, Asp/Derechos Humanos/Def/Desar OE-9 Murder of U.S. churchwomen, 1980: Ordered four guardsmen to kill the churchwomen. Currently serving a prison sentence related to this crime.

Roberto D'Aubuisson 1972, Communications Officer Course Romero assassination, 1980: Planned and ordered the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero. beloved champion of the poor in El Salvador.
Death Squad Organizer, 1978-1992: Organized El Salvador's death squad network. (UNTCRES)

1LT Francisco Del Cid Díaz 1991, Combat Arms Officer Adv. Course
1988, Infantry Officer Basic Course Las Hojas massacre, 1983: One of two officers in charge of the massacre of 16 civilians. (UNTCRES)

1LT José R. Espinoza Guerra 1982, Spanish Officer Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Part of the patrol that massacred 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter. (UNTCRES)

COL Francisco Elena Fuentes 1985-1986, Guest Instructor
1973, Officer Supply Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre. (UNTCRES)
Supervised death squad training, 1990: U.S. Ambassador William Walker termed Elena Fuentes and the First Brigade "among the worst in terms of human rights." Besides commanding the brigade, Elena Fuentes supervised the training of a death squad called "The Patriotic Ones." (NYT, 12/13/93)

CPT José Fuentes Rodas 1986, Combat Arms Officer Course
1980, Cadet Orientation Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered up the massacre. (UNTCRES)

1LT Francisco M. Gallardo Mata 1992, Combat Operations Course
1990, Combat Arms Officer Adv. Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre. (UNTCRES)

1LT Manuel de Jesús Galvez Galvez 1986, Psychological Operations Course San Sebastian massacre, 1998: Covered-up of the murder of 10 civilian prisoners. (UNTCRES)

GEN José Guillermo García 1962, Counterinsurgency Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Then-defense minister García refused to investigate reports that hundreds of unarmed civilians were brutally murdered by the U.S.-trained Atlacatl battalion in the Morazon province in December of 1981. The reports turned out to be true.
Murder of U.S. Churchwomen, 1980: García also failed to launch a serious investigation of the murder of 4 U.S. church women by members of the Salvadoran National Guard in December 1980. (UNTCRES)
Later granted residency in the U.S.

COL José Mario Godinez Castillo 1968, Cadet Course 1,051 summary executions, 318 tortures, and 610 illegal detentions are attributable to Godinez Castillo and soldiers under his command, according to the Non-Governmental Human Rights Commission in El Salvador. (CISPES)

LTC Julio Cesar Grijalva 1973, Combat Arms Course
1968, Cadet Course Massacred medical workers, patients at a field hospital, 1989: US-trained Atlacatl soldiers under his command raped and killed medical personnel and patients at a Chalatenango field hospital on Feb. 13, 1989. Also under his command, US trained Atlacatl soldiers repeatedly beat and sexually abused a 23-year-old factory worker, saying that no one could do anything to punish them because they were military personnel. (USACFPC)

1LT Gonzalo Guevara Cerritos 1988, El Salvador Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Was a member of the patrol that killed the 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter. (UNTCRES)

1LT José V. Hernández Ayala 1991, Combat Arms Officer Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Knew in advance of the massacre and aided in the cover-up of the murder of 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her teen-age daughter. (UNTCRES)

LTC Carlos Camillio Hernández Barahona 1975, Communications Officer Course
1972, Combat Arms/Support Services Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre of 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her sixteen-year- old daughter. (UNTCRES)

CPT José Alfredo Jiménez 1971, Cadet Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commanded a company of the Atlacatl battalion, which carried out the majority of the killings at El Mozote. (UNTCRES)

1LT Ramón E. Lopez Larios 1992, Combat Arms Officer Adv. Course
1988, Infantry Officer Basic Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre. (UNTCRES)

1LT Rene Roberto Lopez Morales 1990, Combined Officer Advanced Course
1988, Commando Operations Course
1987, Combat Arms Officer Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned and covered-up the massacre. (UNTCRES)

1LT Rodolfo Isidro Lopez Sibrian 1974, Combat Arms/Support Services Sheraton Hotel murders, 1983: Planned and covered- up the murder of 3 labor union leaders. (UNTCRES)
Kidnapping for profit, 1982-1986: Involved in a kidnapping ring that purported to be the FMLN and demanded ransoms from the wealthiest citizens of El Salvador. He made approximately $4 million prior to his arrest in 1986. (DOSRS)

COL Nelson Lopez y Lopez 1968, Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Assigned to investigate the massacre, he instead participated in the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

COL Dionisio Ismael Machuca 1984, Joint Operations Course 318 torture and 618 detentions, 1980-1993: The Non- Governmental Human Rights Commission in El Salvador has attributed hundreds of cases of human right: abuse to Machuca. (CISPES)

1LT Edgar Santiago Martínez Marroquin 1991, Combat Arms Officer Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Had prior knowledge of the massacre of Jesuit priests and aided in the cover-up of the crime, which also cost the lives of the priests' housekeeper and her daughter. (UNTCRES)

CPT Carlos Napolian Medina Garay 1970, Cadet Course El Junquillo massacre, 1981: Commander of the unit which burnt crops, raped women and children (many under the age of 12), and murdered them. (UNTCRES)

CPT Juan Ernesto Mendez Rodríguez 1970, Cadet Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commander of an Atlacatl company that participated in the massacre of hundreds of unarmed men, women and children at El Mozote. (UNTCRES)

CPT Roberto Alfonso Mendoza Portillo 1980, Supply/Human Rights Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commander of an Atlacatl company that participated in the massacre of hundreds of unarmed men, women and children at El Mozote. (UNTCRES)

1LT Yusshy Rene Mendoza Vallecillos 1988, Commando Operation Course
1982, Spanish Officer Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Convicted for heading the patrol that slaughtered 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her teen-age daughter. (UNTCRES)

COL Inocente Orlando Montano 1970, Engineer Officer Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Was in on the planning of the massacre, and cooperated in the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

COL Domingo Monterrosa 1966, Parachute Rigger Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commander of the brutal Atlacatl battalion, which massacred hundreds of unarmed men, women and children in and around El Mozote in December 1991. (UNTCRES)

LTC Mario Denis Moran Echeverria 1967, Tactical Officer, Cadet Course Sheraton Hotel murders, 1981: On January 3, 1981, members of the National Guard murdered 3 labor union leaders at the Sheraton Hotel in San Salvador. Moran Echeverria was part of the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

CPT Oscar Armando Peña Duran 1986, Combat Arms Officer Course Major Human Rights Violations, 1993-94: As Deputy Director of El Salvador's National Civilian Police, Peña Duran severed the close relationship that organization formerly held with the United Nations Observer Mission to El Salvador (ONUSAL). Under his leadership, cases of torture, arbitrary detentions and lack of due process abounded. Peña Duran gave privileged positions to former anti-narcotics officers who had not received specialized training; in early 1994, his thugs supervised "round-ups" of criminals which netted few arrests but violated the human rights of many innocent bystanders. Peña Duran resigned in May 1994 under intense pressure from many quarters, including that of the United States. (HRWWR96)
San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Knew of the intent to murder 10 civilian prisoners, and cooperated with the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

LTC Gustavo Perdomo Hernández 1991, Command and General Staff College
1974, Basic Combat Arms and Support Torture, rape, murder of French nurse, 1989: In April 1995, a French court issued international arrest warrants for Perdomo and three other SOA graduates for involvement in the torture, rape, and murder of 27-year-old Madeleine Lagadec in El Salvador in 1989. Her raped, bullet-riddled body was found with its left hand severed. (AP, 4/29/95)

CPL Angel Perez Vasquez 1987, Small Unit Training and Management Jesuit massacre, 1989: Was a member of the small unit that slaughtered 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper and her daughter. (UNTCRES)
COL Roberto Pineda Guerra 1967, Cadet Course Plotted violent coup, 1992: In 1992, U.S. intelligence reports implicated Pineda in a plot to violently overthrow El Salvador's then-President Alfredo Cristiani. (NYT, 11/9/93)

COL Mario Adalberto Reyes Mena 1960, Officer Cadet Course Dutch journalist murders, 1982: Planned and ordered the ambush and massacre of 3 Dutch journalists in the province of Chalatenango, whose murder served as a warning to other journalists who reported the cruelty of the US-trained Salvadoran military. (UNTCRES)

LT Jorge Alberto Rivas Aguirre 1987, Combat Officer Course Santa Ana Murders, 1987: On August 9, 1987 (less than six months after he attended the SOA) Rivas and 2 enlisted men from the Second Brigade abducted 4 men leaving a fair in San Salvador. One escaped, the bodies of the others were discovered by the highway 3 days later. (DOSRS)

COL Manuel Antonio Rivas Mejia 1975, Urban Counterinsurgency Ops.
1970, Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Assigned to investigate the massacre, Rivas Mejia instead participated in the cover-up. (UNTCRES)

LTC Rene Rodríguez Hurtado 1985, Combat Officer Review Torture, rape. murder of French nurse, 1989: In April 1995, a French court issued international arrest warrants for Rodríguez and three other SOA graduates for involvement in the torture, rape, and murder of 27-year-old Madeleine Lagadec in El Salvador in 1989. Her raped, bullet-riddled body was found with its left hand severed. (AP, 4/29/95)

LTC José Antonio Rodríguez Molina 1972, Combat Arms/Support Services San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Could have prevented the killing of 10 civilian prisoners, but did nothing. (UNTCRES)
GEN Gilberto Rubio 1976, Logistics Management Course
1971, Tactical Officer for Cadet Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Participated in the cover-up of the massacre of 6 Jesuit priests, their housekeeper, and her daughter, who were all murdered at the priests' residence at the University of Central America in San Salvador. (UNTCRES)

CPT Walter Oswaldo Salazar 1974, Engineer Officer Basic Course
1971, Cadet Course El Mozote massacre, 1981: Commanded an Atlacatl company that participated in the massacre of hundreds of citizens in and around El Mozote. (UNTCRES)

1LT Carlos Sasso Landaverry 1990, Combat Arms Officer Adv. Course Las Hojas massacre, 1983: Was one of two officers in charge of the unit that killed 16 civilians and burnt their corpses. (UNTCRES)

COL Roberto Staben 1982, Joint Operations Course
1971, "O-20" Kidnapping for profit, 1982-1985: Strongly implicated in the same kidnapping ring as Lopez Sibrian (above), but released on lack of evidence. (DOSRS)

COL Luis Mariano Turcios 1966, Parachute Rigger Course San Sebastian massacre, 1988: Could have prevented the murder of 10 civilians, but did not. (UNTCRES)

COL Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova 1985, Guest Speaker Murder of U.S. churchwomen, 1980: Ordered the assassination of 3 U.S. nuns and a Catholic lay-worker. (UNTCRES)
Later granted residence in the U.S.

GEN Rafael Villamariona 1983, Joint Operations Course Torture, rape, murder of French nurse, 1989: In April 1995, a French court issued international arrest warrants for Villamariona and three other SOA graduates for involvement in the torture, rape, and murder of 27-year-old Madeleine Lagadec in El Salvador in 1989. Her raped, bullet-riddled body was found with its left hand severed. (AP, 4/29/95)

GEN Juan Orlando Zepeda 1975, Urban Counterinsurgency Ops.
1969, Unnamed Course Jesuit massacre, 1989: Planned the assassination of 6 Jesuit priests and covered-up the massacre, which also took the lives of the priests' housekeeper and her teen-age daughter. (UNTCRES)
Other war crimes, 1980's: The Non-Governmental Human Rights Commission in El Salvador also cites Zepeda for involvement in 210 summary executions, 64 tortures, and 110 illegal detentions. (CISPES)

MAJ Lizandro Zepeda Velasco 1966, General Supply Officer Course Murder of U.S. churchwomen, 1980: Planned the murder of 3 U.S. nuns and a Catholic lay-worker. (UNTCRES)

SIN TODOS ESTOS PERROS ASESINOS, EL PAIS NO ESTARIA COMO ESTA, HECHO MIERDA!!!

Ixquic* dijo...

Suscribo el texto de Soysalvadoreño.

si se cuestiona a la F.A., no es para concluir que no sirven para nada. No es absoluto. Tu citás guerras y lógicamente allí es donde están justificadas. (aunque yo no creo en la guerra, pero eso es el poder).

Lo que no es absolutamente aceptable es la distorción de éstas: han sido utilizadas para “matener el orden” a costa de la vida de inocentes (1932, 1970-80) (o el plan condor en sur américa), es una institución que ha violado los derechos humanos, y no quiere asumir esa responsabilidad. Aunque creo firmemente que sí lo harán.

Pero hay una distorción más. Su rol político. Si no hay guerra, los grandes ejércitos no se justifican y deben estar SUBORDINADAS al poder civil. ¿cuándo vamos a tener un ministro de defensa civil?.

Dos retos: - deben reducirse, deben respetar los derechos humanos de sus subalternos. Conozco casos de arbitrariedades al interior. Si eso hacen con los suyos, ¿qué no harían –si pudieran- con nosotros?

Las grandes guerras, las han hecho los soldados ciudadanos y no sólo esos personajes que citás.

Cervantes también citó a Ovidio: “Cedant arma togae”

Preferiría ponerte un mejor ejemplo de esa casta: el General Gallardo de México, visitó nuestro país hace dos años. Estuvo preso ocho años por denunciar las distorciones internas en la F.A mexicana.

Visitador, revisá el presupuesto de la F.A. ¿es esa la burocracia que a tu criterio debe sobrevivir??? qué diría Von Misses?

¿Tu crees que los milicos norepresentan un peligro político latente?, la tentación es grande y en la historia ellos no la han resistido, aún tienen sentido mesiánico. Ellos hablan de las “nuevas amenazas”, es tan fácil quebrar un régimen, asi se muestre como democrático, y si no, pregúntemosle a Chavez.

Anónimo dijo...

El ejercito vivira mientras viva la republica!!!

Asi ha sido y asi será.

Anónimo dijo...

SIN... el Coronel Monterrosa y el General Ponce, los salvadoreños estariamos mas pobres que los cubanos y los nicaraguenses juntos

Aldebarán dijo...

¿Quieres decir que a Costa Rica le ha ido muy mal desde que abolió su ejército?

Ver con ojos modernos las viejas guerras es una tentación grande. Me parecen más las comparaciones de este último siglo, aunque no esté de acuerdo con la idea general del post.

El-Visitador dijo...

Gracias a todos por sus comentarios. Los de Aldebarán e Ixquic, en particular, incluyen consideraciones muy interesantes y bien expuestas. Habrá algún apunte futuro que explore algunas de esas ideas.

A SoyS: es equivalencia moral el pretender desautorizar a los militares comparando a Monterrosa con MacArthur. La existencia de malos militares no implica que nos los haya buenos. La mejor demostración de ello te la auto-recetaste: mientras que Cervantes es autor para todos los tiempos y culturas, claramente Adolfo no lo es.

mogul dijo...

Buen post!
Objetivo y sin pasiones.
Como ya lo había mencionado, el problema para una nación no es su ejército.
Chile está mucho mejor que Costa Rica, y su presidenta continua comprando cazas F-16:

http://www.miami.com/mld/elnuevo/news/world/americas/14916085.htm

"Los 10 F-16 nuevos se suman a otros 18 aviones F-16 usados comprados a Holanda, en 185 millones de dólares."

Por que su pueblo no le pide que desmovilize su ejercito?

soysalvadoreno dijo...

Me alegro EV que al menos dejes entrever que admites que Monterrosa fue un asesino.

Sobre McArthur no me gustaria comentar, quizas porque supongo que un general que apoyo que se tiraran 2 bombas atomicas sobre ciudades con cientos de miles de civiles no merece mayores comentarios.

Y como habras notado que gusto de ocupar tus propias palabras para demostrar lo inconsistente que eres en tus posiciones, ocupare tus palabras sobre por que deberia permitirse un ejercito en El Salvador:

"Vieras qué jodidos son los ejercitos, porque como "a nadie le duele", terminan chupándose un alto porcentaje de los impuestos de los países.

Ver: Estilo de vida y forma en la que viven ahora los oficiales militares que "lucharon" en la guerra civil de los ochenta.

Si fuese mi decisión, aboliria el ejercito. El costo a largo plazo es horrendo."

Seguramente ahora discutiras que el beneficio de un ejercito es inmensanmente superior al de los sindicatos. ...Como no, lo que digas!

El-Visitador dijo...

Increíble la equivalencia moral de quien compara al ejército del Imperio del Sol Naciente con el de los Aliados.

Ignorar así los millones de víctimas en el Manchukuo, en las Indias Orientales Holandesas y en Corea, y no ser capaz distinguir entre agresor, agredido, y libertador.

soysalvadoreno dijo...

Decir que Estados unidos arrojo 2 bombas atomicas a ciudades llena de civiles, no es ignorar a los "millones de víctimas en el Manchukuo, en las Indias Orientales Holandesas y en Corea".

Que le pongas la etiqueta de "libertadora" a la nacion estadounidense e ignores a las victimas de las bombas nucleares y solo recordes a las victimas de los japoneses revela mucho sobre lo que entendes por moralidad (e inmoralidad).

El-Visitador dijo...

[...] no ser capaz de distinguir entre agresor, agredido, y libertador.

El asaltante (agresor) que se mete a un banco debería saber que el precio de su audacia puede ser un balazo. El guardia (agredido) que no apunte a matar está siendo negligente con su propia vida y con la de aquellos que defiende.

Espanta la equivalencia moral que uno ve en algunas personas. Es la misma falta de sistema ético que produce jueces que meten presos a quienes mataron en defensa propia y que dejan sueltos a asesinos y violadores porque "el policía les dió una mala mirada cuando los arrestó."

soysalvadoreno dijo...

Por supuesto, si el guardia del banco, despues de matar al asaltante, va a matar a la mama de el asaltante, al hermano del asaltante, al vecino del asaltante, lo hace de noche y con lujo de barbarie, para el visitador, siempre seguira siendo el agredido... al que le esta justificado asesinar a quien quiera porque fue agredido.

Ojala algun dia comprendieras que la vida de un civil estadounidense o europeo no es mas valiosa que la de un civil afgano, iraqui, vietnamita y japones.

Y por cierto, comparto tu asqueamiento por la justicia salvadoreña, justicia a la que apoyas (cual veleta), en la forma como manejo el caso de las hnitas. serrano.