Editorial Gustavo Gomez: Pinch yourself! | 6 am today today

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Peter Kavinsky

I’ve said it so many times in 6am Editorial, I risk boring the public. But today I will do it again, reiterating that the republics are not random names or labels that we put on with some ease. The Republic is nothing but the rule of law. And if the law is not respected, if it does not support the effective state structure of the state, we are in danger of anarchy.

In less than two months of the reign of Mr. President Gustav Petroit seems we attended the funeral of private property, and everyone was distracted by the funeral of Isabella II, she and the hyper-known owner of land and buildings that no one invaded.

Today in Colombia, at least, there is no authority on this issue. The state is asleep, the police are confused, and the mayors do not notice anything. And everything is so calm so far, with the right to private property, one of the pillars of democracy, everyone who wants to, forgive me the phrase, everyone who wants to, I repeat, wipe their ass.

defense minister, energetic, said that in 48 hours a public force would come out against the invaders. They go three or four times in 48 hours and the minister does not give orders; just statements. Minister of Agriculture He publicly assures that whoever invades the land interferes with the government and that, hopefully, there will be no need to come to evictions. Minister: We have already reached the stage of evictions. But they don’t exist! What happened? Minister of Internal Affairs, a sane person wants a dialogue with the occupiers. In the agreement minister of prada, but dialogue is something other than setting up endless dialogue tables that only encourage dispossession and allow fatal times to flow. What the law provides for is the departure of the people who invade, and they must discuss with the government the government’s formulas for the redistribution of land. Formulas we don’t know yet.

well said it German Vargas Lleras in his Sunday column, which was nothing but a friendly note of the law: article 81 of the Police Code provides for “preventive action in case of violation”, according to which the police will prevent violation of property rights or expel those responsible within 48 hours after the occupation. This article is more dead than Elizabeth II.

And also article 79 rests in peace, which provides for the possibility of filing a complaint with the police inspector, who is obliged to order the eviction and carry it out within 24 hours from the moment of occupation. Go to the office and you will see that nothing is happening: no eviction actions, no arrests, not even bullshit with fines.

Not to mention Article 263 of the Criminal Code, which carries a penalty of 48 to 90 months in prison for disorderly conduct. Today the law is dead. Dead to those who suffer from it, and to those who do not respect him.

So understandable are the wariness of caravan owners to avoid intrusions and the anxiety that comes from wondering if they are armed. But the problem is not with them. They could be, but today they are not. The problem is in the state, which seems to have turned into a statue; that he is, but does not perform actions; who barks but does not want to bite; which raises its voice in the media, but does not operate in the regions. Ministers being declarations; ministers speaking from their desks while the rights of hundreds of thousands of Colombians are violated. People protect themselves when the state does not protect them. Terrible, but historically true.

We are not talking about the rights of large landowners, who also have a right to the law; they are the rights of all, because what seems to us far away today, there, in the regions, is the problem of ranchers, tomorrow we could see it in the occupation of condominiums, buildings, complexes. Possibly warehouses, urban real estate and plots; in the little house you bought in Girardeau; on the land he inherited from his parents, bought by their hard work.

Governor of Magdalene, speaking generously, said that the whole of Colombia was in self-defense mode. No, Governor, the whole country is in unprotected mode, which is very different. Reflection is very simple and does not know classes, strata and social orders. Law for everyone. And everyone has the right to be coerced by the authorities. But the government is inactive. And the government believes that in the spring life will be happy and tasty again.

President Petro, Ministers of State: We don’t have spring, we don’t have seasons, and as we go we won’t have private property in this country. To say it in the purest Colombian that we all understand: please, pinch yourself!

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Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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