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Workers of my country, I have faith in Chile and its destiny. Other men will overcome this dark and bitter moment when treason seeks to prevail. Keep in mind that, much sooner than later, the great avenues will again be opened through which will pass free men to construct a better society. Long live Chile! Long live the people! Long live the workers!President Salvador Allende’s farewell speech, 11 September 1973

Salvador Allende 30th president of Chile Was a Chilean physician and politician, known as the first Socialist to become president of a Latin American country through open elections. As president, Allende adopted a policy of nationalization of industries and collectivization. September 1973 the military moved to oust Allende in a coup d’état sponsored by the United States Central Intelligence Agency. As troops surrounded La Moneda Palace, Allende gave his last speech vowing not to resign. He died later that day in uncertain and controversial circumstances. Following Allende’s death, General Augusto Pinochet refused to return authority to a civilian government, and Chile was later ruled by a military junta that was in power up until 1990, ending almost four decades of uninterrupted democratic rule.

The regime was characterized by the systematic suppression of political parties and the persecution of dissidents to an extent unprecedented in the history of Chile. Overall, the regime left over 3,000 dead or missing, tortured tens of thousands of prisoners, and drove an estimated 200,000 Chileans into exile. The dictatorship’s effects on Chilean political and economic life continue to be felt. Two years after its ascension radical neoliberal economic reforms were implemented, in sharp contrast to Allende’s statist policies, advised by a team of free-market economists educated in American universities known as the Chicago Boys. Later, in 1980, the regime replaced the Chilean Constitution of 1925 with a new constitution.

The Free Market may cost some lives what is called “may”, it cost a lot of people’s lives. You must not say that or even know that. Very much is not changed. Except that “they” now also wander around in the US and Europe. That racism, anti-Semitism and what they called earlier or “anti marxism” are completely publicly called without contradiction in official publicity. On this day in 2001, all of America’s postwar bullying, lying, cheating, deceiving, extorting, interloping and specifically self-serving ways resulted in the shocking, gruesome, horrific and utterly tragic massive attack that destroyed the Twin Towers in downtown Manhattan.

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