16 minutes of apocalyptic horror
The RCN television channel needed less than three minutes to suggest that the victims of the armed conflict could be part of a communist plot to destroy the paradise that Colombia was during the war.
Friday night’s news show did not brief the public on what was going on in Colombia, but gave unique insight into the RCN’s increasingly hilarious conspiracy theories, live nonsense and outright nonsense. .
After a collage of random acts of vandalism, viewers were told of the “grave consequences” and housewives’ fear of “more than 20 days of roadblocks and vandalism” that threaten more than 100,000 jobs.
The alleged vandalism and the 37 roadblocks reported by the defense minister are relatively rare incidents, but have allowed the TV station to ignore the protests against President Ivan Duque and the NCR itself.
Vandalize Colombian corporate media
Defense Minister Diego Molano said earlier that 2,151 roadblocks had been removed, which the TV said was four times 37.
According to the TV station, farmers lost nearly $ 350 million (COP 1.3 trillion) to roadblocks, based on an unsubstantiated claim by the Colombian Agricultural Society, the fascist association of oldest landowner in the country.
To compound the crisis, the port in the Pacific coastal city of Buenaventura lost $ 35 million (COP 130 billion), the RCN said, ignoring reports that five people were murdered in the port city.
In “some” Colombia’s food distribution centers, wholesale food prices rose 400%, lawmakers and international observers have learned that companies are using the crisis to make quick money.
In Buenaventura, this price increase was due to extortion by illegal armed groups, as Colombia Reports reported in January.
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The controversial ESMAD riot police unit has started broadcasting live operations on social media amid credible allegations that police have murdered more than 55 citizens in recent weeks, which the NCR has called ” irregularities ”.
To counter the bulk of the evidence of widespread human rights violations by the riot police unit, ESMAD and television decide to broadcast the attacks on civilians filmed by the police.
Several “agitators” have been arrested on undisclosed criminal charges, according to RCN, implying that they could add to the more than 1,260 alleged arbitrary detentions of innocent civilians reported by human rights NGO Temblores hours more early.
The TV station also reported on negotiations between Duque’s far-right government and organizers of bankrupt national strikes to tumble the government down.
These negotiations have not yet resulted in the government agreeing not to violate human rights because the peace commissioner Miguel Ceballos asks the organizers of the strike to take their responsibilities for roadblocks with which they do not. have nothing to do with it.
To further illustrate how the apocalypse is quickly approaching, RCN provided news consumers with a replica of a far-right conspiracy theory claiming that seats in Congress awarded to victims of the armed conflict “could end up in the hands of of the FARC ”, the guerrilla group demobilized in 2017.
A technical glitch interrupted the TV channel’s report of Duque’s latest court loss, which ordered the president to reveal how much he spent on COVID-19 vaccines.
The successful report was the arrest of a former governor of Spain accused of being involved in human trafficking and child sexual abuse.
Recently appointed Colombian Foreign Minister Marta Lucia Ramirez traveled to New York to improve ties with US President Joe Biden, according to RCN, but she has apparently been ignored by the US government.
This segment was also cut short, as Ramirez was saying something about “the laughed man …”.
Finally, the fighting between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas has indicated that extreme violence is also occurring in parts of the world, and not just on Colombia’s most delirious corporate TV station.