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The Battle of the Evil Glasses

July 26, 2022, 4:00 AM

July 26, 2022, 4:00 AM

After persistent announcements, or a kind of long-term psychological preparation, we are witnessing an apparent relaunch operation of the Ministry of the Government which, in addition to its own problems, is crucified by the internal clashes of the MAS.

This office, specialized in the control and repression of political opponents, shows signs of wanting to invigorate its presence on the political scene by courageously imprisoning four young protesters, in possible support of its brilliant campaign with a measure that, if measured by its advertisements, it would have to get violent crime statistics to plummet, increasing citizen security and, perhaps, impacting clandestine land trafficking or the great national looting that practices illegal mining.

After the failure of the continuous changes of commanders, or the notorious rounds of presentation of suspects, the image consultants, the public relations experts of the ministry probably hope that the newsrooms of the newspapers, the digital social networks, the corners and the cafes of the country are shaken, similar to the hundreds of corrupt judges and prosecutors, scared to believe that their time to render accounts has come, because the new and large measure of the Ministry of Government may put an end -at least it has put a price- on the era of cars with dark glasses.

What no one had imagined has been detected by the gaze of the Ministry of Government: what our country needs, now, without delay or hesitation, is to make the black windows of cars transparent and, incidentally, punish the bad intentions of those who have them.

The application of this key measure will cause the police officers to increase their workload, perhaps reducing some of their attention from secondary things, such as preventing, detecting and combating crimes, to concentrate on the fundamentals, finding and punishing the mother of all crimes, the black glasses. The question remains floating in the air as to whether the launch of the measure is related to the fact that the soldiers beaten in Sinahota were attacked from a car with tinted windows.

In an extensive 11-page document – more detailed than some laws – the ministry details seven categories of motor vehicles, classified according to ownership, use and other sophisticated characteristics, which will begin to benefit from the collection of a kind of hidden tax that, Beyond strengthening the coffers of political repression, it may serve to activate the economy and create some employment, even if it is not as decent.

There is great expectation to know new installments or annexes of the ministerial resolution where the impact of this very important measure in controlling and reducing crime is exposed and justified. It could be that it explains why the ministry maintains an official accused of having ordered that what would supposedly be the largest cocaine crystallization industrial complex discovered to date not be intervened in the highest position of control of illegal drug trafficking. Is it possible that the official diluted the complaint against him using a vehicle with undetectable black windows?

Perhaps that is also the explanation why detainees have been released, identified as participants in the armed kidnapping of several people, including journalists in Santa Cruz. Or, of the complete impunity of an official councilor who in Mairana beat his wife. It has to be a problem with tinted windows.

On a more unfathomable level, some theorists are hoping that the resolution of the black glasses will lead to doctrinal writings that expose how this surprising measure will deepen the democratic cultural revolution, expanding the power of the popular sectors and dealing an unexpected blow to the right and to the imperialism.

Beyond the high-flying expectations and speculations, what seems certain is that the resolution that consecrates the sagacity and historical height of the minister of the branch will need new documents, justifying the causes of the resolution imposing payments with retroactive effect, as a sanction, which is applied as suspected criminals, that is, to anyone who drives a terrifying vehicle with evil black windows.

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