They are multiple and simultaneous. They are environmental, military, political, paramilitary, economic and femicidal storms. It’s drug trafficking as an instrument of the states and the powerful. It’s a policy of accumulation of capital and of power, predatory of everything it finds in its way. Violence has been converted into the principal rationale of the ruling classes.
Whitewashing the past, de-radicalizing it, polishing the sharpest edges of its emancipatory episodes has been a recurrent obsession of our modernizing elites. But, despite the endless repression agains rural normal schools and their students, as Luis Hernández Navarro points out, they are not going away.