Rural Society

Biolcati: Lamentable speech. The speech of the leader of the Rural Society has been lamentable. It began saying that " one hundred years later, we continued working with the same passion " and I remain short because the average age I have been finishing for more than five hundred. I add that " nobody will be able to say that we have remained quiet or in silence we have made hear the voice of the field " , and it is certain, the owners of the field have said at least enough, those that have not spoken are those that works in the field, as they have never done it. But " Volcati" one forgets that he can speak because we are in a republic, in a democracy and although the sector which it represents had the luck of being able to speak while it governed Videla or its successors, others could not do it. Some remained shut up, others went away, but many died against the indifference of those who now rises as republican and they fill to the mouth saying that " the connection table is symbol of the resistance " , of which resistance, as one sees that gentleman does not know what is " resistencia". It maintains that differences with their allies do not exist, that the opinion is a single, " unanimous and contundente" it said, when the reality, as all we know is another one. Although its opinion is certain about " that we are a country beaten by the corruption and pobreza" , it is not less certain, than to arrive until many they collaborated here, and the minority that it represents, has not been the exception. Soon I add a phrase so made, as old and boring, when describing to Argentina like a Nation " immensely rich but full of poor men " , but as spokesman of a so powerful sector offers a single idea, it only adds that not even lack meat and that I complete year was a terrible harvest because of the policy.

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