Yesterday one of my friends asked me if the war on the regional government is worth it. Well, as far I am concerned, my war, like any other war, is the most magnificent competition in which a human being can indulge. I fight it for justice and I fight it because it’s the only thing I got. My duty is the essence of manhood. I don’t fight for glory or medals; I just fight to leave a better world when I am gone. After living under the oppression of Junta de Andalusia, in a place where the government comes here to rule and to take but never to give. Here is where I make my stand; The Mediterranean is my stronghold. As Bernard Shaw put it; in a battle all you need to make you fight is a little hot blood and the knowledge that it’s more dangerous to lose than to win.
It goes without saying that defeating a very powerful enemy is quite difficult but, as you already know, you don’t defeat an empire in one battle; you do it in stages until the mission is accomplished. Even in this region, where the socialist government controls the media and harasses the dissidents, there is no other way that to expose their corruption and moral misery to the world. Anyway, there not turning point now. I am afraid if I start the second part of my plan; there’ll be no stopping me. Now, I got enough information to finish the political career of Maria Gámez- Socialist leader in
so for those who spy on me, you know what is coming next. Malaga-
In recent months I have received death threats by “anonymous people” and even I have been followed by a detective hired by the socialist. My crime is that I write in a digital paper about the corruption in the poorest region of
my blog has been censored by the government. Maybe if you are not familiar with
the way that the local mafia operates here, you would be surprised to know that
the Socialist behaves like the communist in . My alternative to this
corruption is a war which nobody in this region can even contemplate. But
running or hiding is out of the question. First of all, I am a fighter and,
second but not less important, someone has to take the risk and that person has
to be me. I take it for us, for every
person in this region, no matter what side they are on. China
My scars are like battle wounds, beautiful, in a way. They show what I’ve been through and how strong I am for coming out of it. I have done it in complete solitude. Well to be completely fair; I also have marched with a mysterious army in the shadow. Until now, we took the blows but we won’t play by the rules anymore. We’ll invent our own. We are here to win this world for once and for all. So be careful.
Sergio Calle Llorens