PCMLE: Police State


The threat and punishment against those who express their disagreement with government policy is on the agenda in this government. There is no organized social sector, which has expressed its opposition to the anti-people policies of the government that it is saved. This time, again, the darts are directed against high school students that express their rejection to the application of a bachelorship that, where it is seen, is fraught with problems and inconsistencies.

From United States, Correa announced the expulsion of students who go on demonstrations, criminal trials if they are older and cancellations to the, according to him, incite to young people to protest. The Minister of Education, Gloria Vidal, has issued the 324 Agreement to pressure the authorities and teachers to play the role of police in theinstitutions and suppress any attempt of public expression of students. If they do not do that they carry with the consequences.

On the complaint of the student leaders are known that the participants in the demostration are filmed and photographed to identify and punish them. It is not the only sector in which a control and monitoring system of this nature is established , which shows that we are on the threshold of establishing a police state. That strap looks a lot like colombian ex President Alvaro Uribe, who puts cameras in different parts of cities to control and repress the demonstrations.

The correísmo uses violence to control the social discontent. Repression is not only the things that look when the police attacked, gassed and beat the students, it is also applied in an almost hidden in order the population do not see or perceive. This is made on behalf of institutions and law. As more the government talks further violence must be exercised, therefore, in the capitalist system it legitimizes the use of violence against the working classes.

PCMLE

Published by Victor Vaughn

Anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist, monarch of Latveria, owner, National Secretary of the American Party of Labor (APL) and operator of "The Espresso Stalinist" blog.

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