Category Fujimori (Keiko)

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Fujimoris Fracturing Fragile Peru

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A daughter of the notorious, thief, drug pusher, convicted of human rights abuser,1 former dictator and currently imprisoned Alberto Fujimori, Keiko Fujimori has conducted a political career filled with do-nothing activities and absences. Keiko, as a presidential candidate in 2016, echoes her father’s tenure as president (1990 to 2000): despotic rule riddled with corruption, theft from the national treasury, extortion, torture and other human rights abuses. Linking her campaign to her father’s “achievements,” she has justifiably sparked fears that if elected she would replicate the worst of the Fujimori dictatorship. Even so, Keiko continues to gain support as she hands out bags of rice to the impoverished masses starving in Peru...

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Martha Chávez: Attack on Perú Democracy

The nation of Peru is impoverished and uneducated because of a corrupt government, church control of the state, poorly or untrained teachers, a venal military and police force that is an active part of drug trafficking, and most of all because of a odiously opportunistic Congress and the Fujimoristas in it--such as Martha Chavez. Alberto Fujimori went from an underpaid professor of agriculture to a multi-millionaire once he became dictator with the support of Martha Chavez--who denounces the families who mourn their dead executed by government paid assassins--and vows to dismantle a memorial to the children and young the national spy network (SIN) murdered in cold blood. No one is more cold-blooded in Peru than Martha Chavez and the Opus Dei archbishop of Lima: Juan Luis Cipriani who matches the bishop in Dan Brown's book "DaVinci Code".Read More
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Education in Perú, USA, the world, and why it is getting worse–and what can be done to change it

Education has become essential--to get a job--but learning a subject or gaining knowledge is of little interest to most people--because of bad teachers, bad books, and lazy students. Here is how to correct the problems.Read More