Emmanuel Rincón, editor-at-large at El American argues that the socialist narrative about entrepreneurs must be dismantled
"The African economist's main argument is that the international community's economic aid, instead of promoting economic growth, has condemned the continent to poverty and to continue depending on international aid to survive," said Rincón
"This hegemony of the left didn't start a year ago or decades ago. A hundred years ago, the New York Times was already covering up the crimes of communism," said Rincón
The Editor-at-large of El American explained that it was Antonio Gramsci who was the driving force behind a cultural battle.
"In our time, historical victimization to avoid individual responsibility has become a daily occurrence. For many thinkers it is easier to blame the Spaniards for the poverty of Latin America", says Emmanuel.
"With the passage of time societies have undergone more changes. And where there are full freedoms and each individual finds the added value he can contribute to generate wealth for himself and his people, the quality of life of its members has improved"