Refugees crisis: What is really creepy beyond Valletta Summit

noviembre 12, 2015 § Deja un comentario

Posted also as a comment approved  on the online Journal “Times of Malta” via (see the original article, it is is very interesting)


I’m in the world of NGOs related to the immigration issue, although I receive no incomes whatsoever. I count myself among those people doubly pissed off by how it is carrying out a process that, despite the pompous objectives of the summit of La Valletta and the good intentions of development cooperation and investment, ends up being a deal refugee quota as if were a contest to see who sits at the table of the yet opulent Europe -in comparative terms, of course- the largest number of refugees.

Dark officials in Brussels, without any democratic legitimacy, say there are working to correct this, but some bureaucratic sources acknowledge that while Europe would still have a conservative majority, it will be difficult to get to other approaches.

We already know. I will not spread here about the European process and drift that has taken at least since the adoption of the TEU, completely neoliberal and marking since its inception a deficit of alarming democratic legitimacy, to the glory of free movement is built goods and capital under the pretext of a “European citizenship” for citizens. Many are practically on the street because of that policy, which, incidentally, was not only European but world, including the United States. But even in this, we have been more “papists” Chicago Boys that no European Treasury or anything. Everything is a pure sham and a scam. It is not surprising that the refugee crisis, without a socialist really humane alternative, will not be able to spend the meager amount of money needed to make viable investment projects in the origin and manage well the European budget items aimed to development cooperation, it will end in a tragedy of biblical proportions. All because European social democracy has failed to return to its origins and to fight the discourse of cultural hegemony in the field of unique thought of the IMF, the World Bank, the ECB and other criminal organizations defenders of ultra-liberalism and whose name should be pronounced: savage and inhuman capitalism.

From Pablo Guérez Tricarico, PhD
Doctor of Public Law and Juridical Philosophy
Former Professor of Criminal Law of the Autonomous University of Madrid
Former Member of the Board of the Committee on assistance to Refugees, Asylum seekers and Immigrants in the Spanish State (COMRADE, see

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Lágrimas en el mar. “When feeling ashamed is not enough”.

septiembre 3, 2015 § 2 comentarios

En el drama de las migraciones que estamos viviendo y al que todavía no he podido acostumbrarme, ayer no pude quitarme una imagen de la cabeza… Inocencia arrebatada… Ante cualquier pregunta, de cualquier por qué, a veces es cierto que una imagen vale más que mil palabras.
Desde Twitter me llegan las imágenes captadas por un periodista turco. No puede ser más expresivo. Los 140 caracteres que permite Twitter esta vez sí son suficientes para expresar todo lo que el autor de la fotografía quiso decir y, al mismo tiempo, para expresar una impotencia que no cabría ni en un millar de palabras. Lacónicamente, tuitea esta frase en inglés: “Cuando sentirse avergonzado no es suficiente”.
Y si no es suficiente para Turquía, ¿cómo no lo será para la Unión Europea?
Advierto que las siguientes imágenes pueden herir la sensibilidad del espectador:
©@// Hatice AVCI /Cuenta verificada @HaticeAVCI_ // #Journalist /Documentary. Todos los derechos reservados.

©@// Hatice AVCI /Cuenta verificada @HaticeAVCI_ // #Journalist /Documentary. Todos los derechos reservados.

Lo publico aquí en memoria de todos los niños y adultos inocentes que han muerto intentando alcanzar las costas de la prosperidad. Especialmente a los niños, que Dios tenga ya en su Gloria, les dedico este tema. Descansen en paz. Como cantara Eric Clapton, “(…) detrás de la puerta, estoy seguro de que hay paz”.

An injection of international money to Greece is not only fair but necessary to revive its economy and bring justice to its citizens

febrero 19, 2015 § Deja un comentario


Greece urgently needed liquidity to meet its debt, to restructure its debt and to undertake some structural reforms of its public sector, in order to make it more efficient and transparent, and devise measures to eradicate endemic corruption suffering the country. But then to repeat the path of austerity, led by Ms. Merkel and the Troika, which other countries in Southern Europe have suffered and has not worked, should show the authorities of the EU and the IMF a social democratic path as demanded by the bases of SYRIZA and other parliamentary parties of the European Left, based on the implementation of countercyclical policies in Europe, is not only possible, but it is right and fair way to that recovery can be a reality for the majority of people, not just for a few.

Greek Finance Minister Baroufakis now has the dual responsibility of reaching an agreement and to “sell” to the bases of his party as an achievement made as far as possible, despite the likely predictable “side effects” of some social costs. But the advantage of a government of the Left is that they should be kept to a minimum to achieve an advantageous agreement. A Baroufakis and Tsipras corresponds to own a very difficult balancing of costs and social welfare.

Signed by: Pablo Guérez Tricarico, PhD, from Spain
Doctor in Juridical Sciences by the Autonomous University of Madrid
Ex Professor of the Autonomous University of Madrid and of the Universitary School “Cardenal Cisneros” of Madrid
Tenured as Professor of Criminal Law received by the Quality, Accreditation and Prospective Agency of the Region Madrid
Member of the Institute of Forensic Sciences and Security of the Autonomous University of Madrid (ICFS-UAM)
Referee of hon. Attorneys Council of Madrid n. 97901

A fiew thoughts about Romania 25 years after the execution of Ceaucescu

diciembre 7, 2014 § Deja un comentario

This is a personal comment posted “by the way” of an excellent article published by The Guardian of today. I recommend carefully the lecture of the article. Here is the link of the article:

Here is the link of my personal comment:


My comment (in “standard” English): The bad practices inherited from the mentality of “real socialism” that the country lived under the Ceausescu dictatorship continue to hamper a real democratic regeneration in the country, despite the few international efforts in this regard, from both the Council of Europe and the institutions of the European Union. And, while they remain committed to build only a large market with low labor costs, much of the population endured communist regimes may not be convinced of the “goodness” of democracy. No substantive democracy without Health, Wealth, Justice and Education guaranteed. No democracy that relies.

Comentariul meu (în română): Practicile rău moștenite de la mentalitatea de “socialismului real”, că țara a trăit sub dictatura lui Ceaușescu continuă să împiedice o regenerare democratică reală în țară, în ciuda puținele eforturile internaționale în acest sens, de la atât Consiliul Europei și instituțiile Uniunii Europene. Și, în timp ce ei își mențin angajamentul de a construi doar o piață mare, cu costuri reduse forței de muncă, o mare parte a populației îndurat regimurile comuniste nu pot fi convinși de “bunătatea” a democrației. Nu democrație de fond fără sănătate, bunăstare, justiție și educație garantat, nu există nici o democrație care se bazează.





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