When we think of dictatorships in world history, we have Jose Stalin, Benito Mussolini, Josep Bros Tito, Nicolas Ceausescu, Erich Honecker, Pol Pot, Mao Zedong, Kim Il Sung, Jorge Rafael Videla, Augusto Pinochet. A person comes to mind. Idi Amin, Roberto Mugabe, Fidel Castro, Fulgencio Batista, Rafael Leonidas Trujillo, François Duvalier and Jean-Claude Duvalier, Muammar El Gaddafi, Saddam Hussein, Maximiliano Hernández Martinez, Anastasio Somoza’s father, Anastasio Somoza’s son, Tiburcio Carias Andino, Jorge Ubico, Carlos Castillo Armas…all but one were in power for a long time in the 20th century. bottom. It’s not really on this list, but you can’t miss the headline Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. This German is not in the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, but is translated as “imperial”. If they forced me to make a choice, I don’t know if it would happen to you, the first thing that came to my mind was the image of a German genocidal tyrant.
Nazism was crushed by the “Allies” on May 8, 1945, and the leader responsible for the Holocaust committed suicide a few days earlier. Mussolini was executed on April 28th of the same year. Trujillo was shot dead in an ambush on May 30, 1961. On May 17, 2013, Videla’s body was left in the toilet of the prison where he was serving his sentence. The Ceausescus were shot dead on December 24, 1989. Pol Pot ended his life on April 15, 1998, under house arrest when his comrades tried to extradite him to the United States. It is somewhat unclear how Gaddafi was beaten, but on October 20, 2011, his body was dragged and kicked by rebels. Hussein was eventually hanged on December 30, 2006.
Of the Somozas of Central America, the Somoza died in two raids. His father was shot on September 21, 1956 and died in a Panama hospital nine days later. So did his son, but on September 17, 1980, guerrilla special forces ambushed his son in the Paraguayan capital, and as he fled, the car he was riding in was shot and wrecked. Ubico spread his wings to America to leave this world there. Hernández Martinez settled in Honduras and was stabbed to death on May 15, 1966. Castillo Armas, who did not last long in the presidency usurped after the coup, was dispatched by a member of the guard inside the presidential palace on 26 July 1957.
Admittedly, those who exercise the office of dictator do not always end well. So do people who run errands for various government agencies and other national bodies. Police and military commanders are more exposed, but cover-ups and racketeers in the judicial field are similarly highly ‘vulnerable’ from head to toe. It is for this reason that the current petty dictators, accustomed to flaunting Third World majesty, here in our local “neighbourhood”, must beware of “betrayal” and their future We should think carefully about what will happen.
But his men, harlots, lieutenants and close friends should think more. In short, all the flattering, servile people who crowd around him and are labeled “ass lickers” in the aforementioned dictionary. Today they revel in the midst of the corruption in which they operate and in which they participate, gloating over the misinformation they spread and bragging about the abuses they promote or perpetrate. , flaunts it with depraved and insulting arrogance. With their ill-gotten luxuries, they believe themselves to be superior and untouchable… Unfortunately, they still are, and always will be, to be part of it. Until we drive them out of the false “empires” they believe in. Then no one will ever see the scoundrels vying to be the most flattered.
Because they know we are going to get them out by any means necessary and this may not be in their favor. And if successful, they will walk out the back door and not end up paying Pied Piper for these underdeveloped dictatorships, as is happening here and elsewhere. will run away to My sound and far-sighted advice is to think twice about what you’re doing, decide once and for all whether to continue with it, and refuse to continue to follow without thinking or opposing it. Better focus on what happens to you next. Remember the words of our saint. “No soldier is obligated to obey an order contrary to the law of God. It is an immoral law and no one has to obey it. It is time for them to restore their conscience and follow it instead of the dictates of sin.” ” This also applies to police officers and judges. Eyes: Think again!