An uncharacteristic calm hangs over the empty streets of a Bogotá under quarantine.
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The recent demonstrations in Colombia have been called nebulous due to the vast array of causes being promoted, those who support them are being told to pack their bags and head to neighbouring Venezuela to thrive under 21st century socialism and while mass mobilizations take place, the government of President Ivan Duque busies itself with presentations Read more about Musical Protests in Bogotá, 8 December[…]
Some thoughts on Bogotá’s #21N protests #21N was an overwhelmingly peaceful march until some idiots tried to steal the narrative. #21N matters as did the nighttime cacerolazo which took back the narrative from the violent agitators. President Duque’s late night post #21N address was a response to violence and out of context, in particular for Read more about #21N, the strike as seen from Bogotá[…]