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They show video where Amparo Grisales says that the cacerolazo "call for poverty"

In this note we show you where that myth comes from.

They show video where Amparo Grisales says that the cacerolazo “calls for poverty.” They show video where Amparo Grisales says that the cacerolazo “calls for poverty”

They rescued him on a TikTok account, when she opposed this form of protest in the great National Strike of 2019.

And all because of an incredibly superstitious belief that has since gone viral and has no real foundation whatsoever.

They show video where Amparo Grisales says that the cacerolazo “calls for poverty”

She said that this act is linked to the black magic of Cuban rituals, adopted in Venezuela. In addition, it is a symbol of misery.

The strange thing is that other countries far from the rituals of the Yoruba religion that have manifested themselves in this way, have not reached the lists of the most economically serious countries (in fact, countries are left in ruin by their corrupt rulers and multifactorial crises, not for a saucepan).

Not to mention that somehow they could not have adapted them from “Venezuela.”

But this is what Grisales said on that occasion:

“This is a Cuban ritual, one of those black magic rituals that took him to Venezuela. I was reading and investigating everything, and that is why they say that now people look for food in the garbage, “he said.

Unfortunately, there is a lot of false information that swarms on the Internet.

Much more, even to delegitimize social protest.

It can be updated on pages such as Colombia Check and FactCheck.org, among others.

They show video where Amparo Grisales says that the cacerolazo “calls for poverty”

For her part, in the video, she explains that it is better to use whistles, drums, tambourines and other devices.

For now, she records “El Paseo 6”, along with ‘Chichila’ Navia.

Origin of the “cacerolazo”

According to Colombia Check, the cacerolazos were born as a form of protest in 19th century France.

This, to boo the officials of the July Monarchy, which lasted until the famous revolutions of 1848.

They took up a medieval ritual: rural communities used pilot tubes and saucepans to torment old men who married young women.

They were called “charivari”.

And it was also in that country that in 1950 -60 this form of protest was resumed.

This was done by the Organization of the Secret Army, a far-right paramilitary organization that participated in the Algerian War.

And ironically, in South America, it was Chilean women opposed to Salvador Allende who thus opposed his government.

And then they were used against Pinochet, to reach Venezuela.

But as you can read in the full article, that’s it, except a ritual of the Yoruba religion.

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