During the end of his Saturday broadcast, regime leader, Rafael Correa, corrected the descriptions of “drunk” and “druggie” he used to define, last week, the singer and human rights activist Jaime Guevara, who on August 29 expressed his opposition by making obscene gestures.
When he spoke of the topic, read the correction: He is not drunk nor drug addict, but refuted the statements of the artist in Facebook and linked to the “mediocre”, “liars”, “louts”, “human misery”, “insulters” … who oppose their government and oil exploitation in Yasuni.
Again Correa placed his resignation for consideration by telling the audience: how they would react if someone makes an obscene gesture: “Who does not responds with a good punch?“. He added: “If they want I put my resignation into consideration… but do not ask me dehumanize me and have to put up with this bunch of liars, of bitter, of scoundrels, mediocre people.”
This is the correction that the regime leader read: “That Mr. Jaime Guevara is spoiled and a liar who may have wrong left militancy, myopic, virulent and clumsy, which is also anarchist and aggressive, who also has an irreversible disease, cysticercosis, sparking his extreme virulence decades seizures, especially when you have bouts of rage and indignation against those who do not think like him these attacks lead him to be staring, unable to vocalize words, difficulty to express himself and to keep the balance, all of which makes it seem as drunk and under the influence of drugs, especially when it stinks of alcohol probably because the medicines he take, but according to people who know him and his own statements, he is not a drunk nor drug addict.”