The president of Ecuador, Lenin Moreno, transmitted some enigmatic phrases in which he does not directly mention the controversy aroused by his predecessor Rafael Correa, on the fact that his disability provokes a “bitterness” that leads him to act against him; but, it seemed to allude to her by quoting Rumi and Jung.
“If I remember correctly, Rumi said:” Hate is the love that has gone through the history of the heart. Do not you think it’s known? “Moreno wrote this Sunday, July 1, in his official Twitter account, citing the Muslim and Persian mystic poet, and then he says that” this phrase by (Carl Gustav)
Jung explains itself alone: the enemy of love is not hatred, but fear, “he said paraphrasing the Swiss psychiatrist and one of the precursors of psychoanalysis.
The recent statements made by Correa in an interview this week with a Spanish media have brought criticism In recent months he has claimed to be the victim of political and media persecution promoted by Moreno, the current president and former co-religionist with whom he has a strong struggle with el Diario about what he believed was the cause of the attitude of the current president, which comes from the same movement of Correa, he said that “he has been an impostor, a wolf disguised as a lamb, without convictions, but I think there is something pathological “.
“Sometimes people who have suffered a tragedy like the one he suffered, he was a sportsman, they put a bullet in his back and he was sentenced to a wheelchair, they keep a bitterness, a frustration with life, a frustration towards others who have not suffered this misfortune that when they have power deform that bitterness, “the interview of the Spanish newspaper. (I)