Natalio Pérez. Communist, Mexican in diaspora, occasional photographer and occasional graphic designer. My blog features mostly original content about radical politics and Latin America, with some personal stories and attempts at witty social commentary mixed in. Coming to you live from Oakland, CA.
Blog bilingüe inglés/español.
-Jose de Molina, introduction to his song “Cura y Guerrillero” (1972)
At the present time, there are three currents within the ranks of the church: the traditionally conservative and another that acts progressive, but only as a disguise to cover its opportunistic foresight; it knows that change will come, and the clergy has always sided with the victor. Between these two, I’m not sure which is more dangerous. And finally, there is the sincere and authentic church, the militant and revolutionary, the legacy of Morelos and Hidalgo, which has as its highest contemporary proponent Father Camilo Torres.