Posts Tagged ‘Colony’
Statehood Does Not Exempt Puerto Rico of Police Brutality #OccupyWallStreet
For the last few weeks I have been observing how the #OccupyWallStreet movement has been unfolding. One of the most disturbing things that I can see out of the Occupy Wall Street issue is that the lower classes are the ones fighting with each other. You can see cops and authorities that are in the…Read More
Colonial Sickness Causes Delusions on Celebrating Independence
Colonial Sickness Causes Delusions on Celebrating Independence The Importance of Puerto Rico’s Decolonization I was planning this post for the 4th of July but since we have no reason to recognize it as a Holiday on the Island I decided to move it up to today. Last year I wrote “Happy Self Determination Day USA!”…Read More
Police Brutality & Unrest in the Most Important Colony!
While in Egypt there is unrest and protests I read how U.S. Officials are asking for the Egypt government to allow pacific protests. I find it absurd that where they have no control they want to show there force but in Puerto Rico the most important Colony of the US they decide to have no…Read More
Happy Self Determination Day USA!
Thinking of the Great Opportunities We are Missing Out On. I woke up today thinking of when my Island will be able to celebrate Independence Day. While looking at twitter before emails and brushing my teeth as always, I bumped into one of the best tweets I have ever read by my friend and…Read More
“Coup de Etat” by Our President of the Senate
“Coup de Etat” by Our President of the Senate It is Time to Ask for the Resignation of Some Local Politicians Yesterday I wrote a post titled a “Sad Day for Our Island – Puerto Rico” after watching many videos related to the excessive force used by the police to clear protestors which escalated to…Read More