Terrorism in the South of Chile and Argentina

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Flag commonly used to revindicate the Mapuche cause (violent takeover of lands of non-Mapuche people) and to claim a separation from the Chilean and Argentinian State.

The Terrorism in the South of Chile and Argentina is the terrorism perpetrated by Left-wing extremist and separatist groups in the south of Chile and Argentina. Their main ideology is Indigenismo, that is used to justify illegal land takeovers, burning of trucks,[1] churches[2] and terrorizing people whom they consider are against the Mapuche cause (a separatist movement inspired by Anarcho-Communism and ethno separatism[3][4]), the Chilean and Argentinian Justice is mainly taken by the Left and the terrorist rarely go to jail.

There is evidence that the terrorist groups of both countries may have been trained by the FARC[5] financed by the Chilean and Argentinian Left and by foreign organizations like the Mapuche International Link NGO which has a its headquarters in Bristol, UK[6][7] and the fake Mapuche dynasty founded by the French Antoine de Tounens in 1860 that has headquarters in Toulouse, France.[8]

Chile

Logo of the Coordinadora Arauco-Malleco terrorist group.

The terrorist attacks like burning trucks, churches and properties are common in the Araucanía, Biobío and Los Ríos region,[9][10][11][12] and are occurring many times, the Government is not doing much since the Left, and the National Human Rights Institute defends the terrorists,[13] many of them even have been converted into martyrs like Camilo Catrillanca.[14] The Mapuche community of Temucuicui is a place were the police cannot enter, because the residents act violently every time.[15][16]

  • On January 4, 2013 a couple of elderly, Werner Luchsinger and Vivianne Mackay were burned alive inside their house in the Araucanía Región.[17][18]

Argentina

Left-wing terrorists in the illegally occupied lands of the Benetton group, Chubut, Argentina. The sign says "Retaken Mapuche territory".
RAM terrorist group logo.

In Argentina the main terrorist group is the Resistencia Ancestral Mapuche (RAM),[19] the terrorist Jones Huala is involved with the group and now is been processed for his crimes.[20] He took over lands that are owned by the Benetton group in Cushamen and founded an indigenous community called Pu Lof en Resistencia.

See also

Weapons of the RAM terrorist group.

References

  1. Armed attackers hijack, burn 29 logging trucks in southern Chile. Santiago Times (28 August 2017).
  2. More churches burned as Pope tours Chile. Santiago Times (January 17, 2018).
  3. Mapuches exigen impedir el ingreso de personas que no sean de esta etnia a la zona (es). Agricultura (January 12, 2019).
  4. Cuarto encuentro en Temucuicui: llaman al Gobierno a dialogar temas que interesan al pueblo mapuche (es). BiobíoChile (January 13, 2019).
  5. Grupos mapuches en Chile entrenados por Las FARC (es). eltrece (4 September 2017).
  6. Mapuche International Link, About Us.
  7. Las ONG como actores del sistema internacional: cuáles son las más influyentes (es). InfoBae (September 29, 2018).
  8. The Mapuche Nation, el pueblo originario con sede en Bristol, Inglaterra (es). InfoBae (August 8, 2017).
  9. Gobierno invocará Ley Antiterrorista por quema de camiones en Collipulli (es). Cooperativa (April 6, 2019).
  10. La nueva quema de maquinaria registrada en la Región de La Araucanía (es). Cooperativa (March 7, 2019).
  11. [VIDEO Confirman nuevo ataque incendiario en La Araucanía] (es). T13 (April 16, 2018).
  12. Nuevo ataque incendiario a un camión en la región del Biobío (es). T13 (May 24, 2019).
  13. Directora del INDH: "Carabineros requiere una reforma profunda que democratice el sistema policial" (es). Biobío Chile (November 22, 2018).
  14. Caso Catrillanca: Corte de Temuco rechaza apelación del INDH para dejar en prisión preventiva a los últimos formalizados (es). El Mostrador (Febrary 4 2019).
  15. La zona roja de Temucuicui (es). La Tercera (November 25, 2018).
  16. Comunero mapuche fue detenido como sospechoso de homicidio frustrado (es). Cooperativa (June 30, 2019).
  17. Cronología del caso Luchsinger-MacKay: Desde el ataque a la absolución (es). Emol.com (October 25, 2017).
  18. A 6 años de la muerte del matrimonio Luchsinger Mackay: continúan prófugos 2 de los 4 condenados (es). Biobío Chile (3 January 2019).
  19. Informe Ram (es). Government of Argentina (December 2017).
  20. Jones Huala es condenado a nueve años de cárcel por atentado (es). La Tercera (December 21, 2018).