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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Chile' 9/11

- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:13:45 EST 9Xyh4YPU No.179024
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We all know about the towers and all that but did you know that on this day, 43 years ago, the first socialist government elected via democracy was overthrown by the CIA and the chilean oligarchy? Did you know that it was part of a plan called Operation Condor and involves Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay? Did you know that the US financially backed the training of military-men in Panama and that Milton Friedman trained a generation of south american economists to put in motion his new neoliberalism project, something that is fuckin my country in the ass until today.

Can you believe that, after all the evidence supporting the CIA planned all this thing (they even released the declassified documents some years ago) more than 30% of chileans still believe the USA had nothing to do with it and that pinochet and his men are saints who freed this country from the claws of marxism?

Can you believe that in fuckin' 2019, a newspaper publishes a paid apology to all this period, arguing that we should be thankful to our soldiers, Pinochet and the chicago boys because if it wasn't for them we would be Venezuela today (or Cuba until a few years ago)

Sorry if this isn't the right board for this, and no I don't wanna shit on the US, I just wanted to share this today because it's the anniversary of this terrible period in the history of my country.
Here's a great documentary about this period:

Pic related is the military dictatorship apology letter published by "El Mercurio", a newspaper that covered the deaths of people who opposed the dictatorship back then.
Archie Misslewun - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:22:32 EST 9Xyh4YPU No.179027 Reply
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here we have some smoothbrains burning books. no bump.
Archie Misslewun - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:25:27 EST 9Xyh4YPU No.179028 Reply
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concentrations camps were common, like this one for forced labor in Dawson Island.
Archie Misslewun - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:29:05 EST 9Xyh4YPU No.179031 Reply
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or this one, a football (soccer) stadium called Estadio Nacional.
Archie Misslewun - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:31:43 EST 9Xyh4YPU No.179032 Reply
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Military raiding a ghetto. It was a common practice and many people died during this raids. The idea was to find "terrorists" who opposed the "nation".
George Nigglehodge - Wed, 11 Sep 2019 11:54:26 EST QgwvDyjp No.179033 Reply
this isn't a politics board its a news board, I know it's easy to get it confused reading the threads
you should have posted this on /his/ or something

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