Ruidazo = The big Noise
Thousands of women in Buenos Aires have made the trip to work in black and purple on the International Day of the Woman.
Of course, this has nothing to do with violent machismo in Argentina, let alone with the protest movement #NiUnaMenos, as international intellectual sages such Pipio, Lord Pug and Motley will tell you.
It is, obviously, only related to a celebration of the female textile workers in Russia in 1917 that was one of the triggers of the Russian Revolution. The Socialist International then declared 8th of March the International Women's Day.
Women in Buenos Aires, despite going to work, are on strike. I would ask Pipio, Lord Pug and Motley why they are on strike. I can only presume that they intend to trigger a new Russian Revolution and that it has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with violent machismo in Argentina.
Well, I shall exeunt and let the three stooges take centre stage. They will delight us all by trying to turn tragedy into comedy and tell us that all is well in Elsinore, despite every objective evidence to the contrary.
No doubt a skeleton report from the - word - of - god, ie, Reuters will be extrapolated from to turn the story in one that neatly aligns with Momentum's reading of "reality".
I now bow submissively aside and let true prophets have their say.
I now have a blog (or two): Geiser Plume
; And in Spanish: Ni Aqui ni Alla