(EDITOR’S NOTE: Since the ascendance of Comandante Hugo Rafael Chávez Frías — rest in power — to Venezuela’s presidency in 1999, Latin America has been on an anti-imperialist, anti-Zionist, anti-neoliberal upswing that the US-“Israeli” Empire has been unable, for the most part, to counteract. Chile, which has been ruled by stooges of the Jewish Imperium — from brutal juntas to sheepish technocrats — since the CIA-Mossad coup led by the devilish Henry Kissinger deposed Salvador Allende on September 11th, 1973, seems to be in the midst of joining this Latin American Resistance front as the militant politics of Allende are quite clearly making a comeback. Isabel Allende Bussi, Salvador’s more politically active and awakened daughter, was elected president of the Chilean Senate back in February 2014, the Chilean government cut trade talks with “Israel” and was fierce in its condemnation of the usurping Zionist entity during the 51-day onslaught against besieged Gaza, and, led by the 400,000-strong Palestinian-Chilean community, there is growing support for the Palestinian cause and increased awareness about the evils of Zionism. And once it is understood that education privatization is a Jewish-neoliberal project through and through, led by the likes of “chosenite” bigwigs like Eli Broad, Lynn Schusterman, Michael Steinhardt and son-of-a-terroist Rahm Emanuel, as well as Jewish banking house Goldman Sachs and loathsome NWO billionaires like Bill Gates, it cannot be stated enough that this step from Chile, taken after immense pressure from protesting students, is a huge blow to the Halakhic-Talmudic World Order, for as the legendary Malcolm X (R.A.) once said, “Only a fool would let his enemy teach his children!” Respect to the Chilean government and people, may their awakening deepen until they’re as radical as Allende and Comandante Hugo Chávez themselves. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)
The Chilean students have been demonstrating since the conservative government of Sebastian Piñera (2010-2014) to demand more equality in access to education.
Chile’s Minister of Interior Rodrigo Peñailillo announced Thursday that university education will be free by 2016.
“In March 2016 we will start with the free higher education, now that we have the resources [to implement the reform], as we approved the fiscal reform,” said Peñailillo.
His announcement came after a survey released Wednesday claimed that the popularity of President Michelle Bachelet’s government had dropped to 38 percent amid heavy criticisms of the education reform.
“Issues of education, that address inequality, are at the core of the people’s concerns and we are working on it with the government,” added Peñailillo in an interview with Radio Cooperativa.
Bachelet started her second term in March with a program of social reforms that included education. In September, the president implemented a fiscal reform which aimed to allocate US$8.3 billion per year to fund education reform and social programs.
The announcement is expected to simmer tensions that the reform had generated, as students in particular have been protesting repeatedly, fearing the reform would further inequality in the already unequal educational system.