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Lie, something will remain.
Truth is subjective. At least, that is what the intellectual and academic circles of progressivism tell us, so always doubt what your eyes tell you and always trust propaganda.
Last weekend Biden told us to take seriously Putin’s threats to unleash his nuclear arsenal against the world, many still do not take it seriously, it is, to tell the truth, hard to believe, but many also joked that he would invade Ukraine and here we are. The use of nuclear bombs will always be unthinkable, until they start falling.
For years we were systematically told that Trump was a danger to democracy, that he would unleash World War III, yet under his command, years of world stability were experienced, various peace treaties were signed in the Middle East and the Balkans, China was kept at bay, and there was no attempt by any criminal regime to destroy the world order.
Then came Biden, the savior, who would free us from Trump’s years of “terror”, reconcile Americans and the world, then suddenly a new conflict broke out between Israel and Palestine that lasted a couple of days, then came the humiliating fall of Afghanistan, and finally, Putin invades Ukraine, and we are in the prelude to a possible World War III.
It’s funny, for so long all the Western media told us that Trump was Putin’s main ally, and that in fact, the Republican had reached the White House thanks to Russian meddling; however, the first time Putin set foot of Ukraine (Crimea) was in 2014 with Barack Obama as president, and the second time, when he went all over the country, it happened with another Democrat in power (Biden 2022). But no matter, for many, Trump will remain Putin’s partner and the world is a better place today thanks to Biden and the Democrats.
Lie, something will remain. Probably a world in flames and the extinction of the human species. But no matter, we will have eaten the propaganda, and we will head towards the end of our existence happy, because at least, we no longer had evil tweets.
Emmanuel Rincón is a lawyer, writer, novelist and essayist. He has won several international literary awards. He is Editor-at-large at El American // Emmanuel Rincón es abogado, escritor, novelista y ensayista. Ganador de diversos premios literarios internacionales. Es editor-at-large en El American