The banner metaphor

Fernando Gonzalez Freire
Law student at Adolfo Ibáñez University

Very cultural and artistic was the Approval show held last Sunday in Valparaíso.
The little number that if it was not carried away by the typical chatter of “for a better Chile”, “more worthy”,
“fairer” and Juanitas ladies crying their eyes out with emotion. the biggest show
he was taken by a musical group of transvestites who were not satisfied with their wonderful
tunes, but they had the brilliant idea of ​​getting a flag from one of its members
Chilean of the year in front of the entire Buenos Aires public in the middle of Plaza Victoria. Ode to savagery, the
ordinariness, depravity, rudeness, grotesqueness and baseness into which many have fallen; faithful
reflection of stupidity, irrational hateful impulse, delusion and, by the way, the spirit of the
time.
The nation of a few years ago in which -at least- values ​​predominated,
manners, conventions, and customs, as well as a degree of respect for authority, country,
the country, its banners and traditional uses, was transformed into one in which said package of
beliefs have been impregnated with feelings and attitudes that incorporate some of the
elements of the old left, especially a certain poisonous root of resentment and hatred
given birth to the status quo that is the water from which they drink. It is not difficult to detect the laya of
citizens of that category in the “righteous” groups of progressivism, in preachers
of the politically correct speech that they are looking for reprobates to hang them from a lamppost
and, if possible, beat them up, in adolescents who profess nihilism, in
anarchists who come out like vampires from filthy cellars, in schoolboys and in
university students who walk three and four, in adults who never stood out in
nothing and in a long list of people angry, sad, defeated and eager to redeem themselves
projecting all his rancor, anger and muted rage outwards through repeated use,
stubborn and stupid of slogans, clichés, calls and creaking appeals, so that
continue emphasizing the stilts of the revolutionary merequetengue, gender equality,
Mapuche cause, abortion at all costs, the biblical multiplication of all “sensitivities” and
à la carte sexualities, the rights of that and that and all that, furthermore, stuffed
by a spirit and attitude in which a certain self-confidence prevails to transmute the inability
and ineptitude in virtue, the shortcomings in applaudable graces and ignorance in epic posture.
Very assertive was then the qualification of this act as “metaphor”, which has as
meaning, among other meanings, the expression about something that is not described in a
literal but suggesting a resemblance, because, beyond the fact that it was a specific event, the
controversial performance of Plaza Victoria, the act is very significant of the most
exorbitant, strident and delirious of the new pathos or feeling of the new
generations looking down on all that has been wrong and wrong
Chile of his parents and grandparents. Maybe this is not getting in and out of poto flags
like these alternative sexualities that took their defiant tone and with an air of “choreza”
to the extreme, confusing the benevolent aspirations that are always awarded with the
degeneration and pathos, but representing that contempt, hatred and rejection (of which
they have already accustomed us) against everything that exists and they intend to refound and increase in
case the Constitutional change is consummated on September 4. Constitutional Change
which is nothing other than the demolition of education, health, the organization of the State, the
Nation, its territoriality, institutions, customs, values ​​and even the use of language
Chile that we know until now and that they, the angry and resentful of everything, are going to
cure.

The banner metaphor