The Other 9⁄11
On this day we are told to always remember those
Who lost their life on the red, white, and blue Soil.
Yet, hidden in the last pages of your historical moral
Is another tragedy that hasn’t been told, a story on this date in
73 for those who lost their life on the red, white, and blue soil.
30,000 were massacred in a country population under of 10 million.
A army moved to take power disguised
As freedom fighters launched a bloody military coup by
Dictator Pinochet with backing of Nixon and the CIA.
They stormed the area throwing the innocent in concentration
Camps and torturing them with so called “ enhanced interrogatives Methods“.
Some died because of these methods or executed at first sight.
But this massacre is accepted because of the fear of socialism on the back the porch of the United States soil
and the massacre of many and the humanity depletion is justified in the contexts of monetary theories hidden in the doctrines of the free market.
So on this day, we are told to always remember those who lost their life on the red, white, and blue soil.
To not mourn for them but to learn for them.
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