The actor assured that in Mexico there are no “morally defeated”
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Héctor Suárez also referred to the words of “morally defeated” that the president of Mexico has used (Photo: Héctor Suárez Gomís Instagram)
He did not need to write the name of Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, but with a message he wrote this Sunday on his Twitter account, it seemed clear that Héctor Suárez Gomís was referring to him.
“In Mexico there are no fifís, fachos, conservatives, right-wing and 'morally defeated',” wrote the actor and standupero on the social network before launching harshly against the words that the Mexican president has used and made famous.
“In Mexico there are intelligent and idiotic people … And idiots invent adjectives like fifís, fachos, conservatives, right-wingers and the 'morally defeated'.”
His last words make clear reference to the speech that López Obrador gave in his First Government Report, in September 2019.
The message of Suárez Gomís
Towards the end of that speech, AMLO commented that “in these times good winds have been blowing … we are facing a change without political violence” and assured that the opposition has not been able to constitute itself and the reactionaries of other times “are morally defeated.”
Regarding the adjective “fifí”, López Obrador began to use it strongly since his presidential campaign in 2018 to refer to upper-class people who are not willing to listen to criticism, and who may be businessmen, politicians or citizens.
According to the Royal Spanish Academy of the Language, the fifí is “a conceited person who takes care of following the fashions”.
Although the president did not invent that word, he has used it frequently even to refer to a certain sector of the national press.
Suárez Gomís made reference to several adjectives that the president of Mexico has used (Photo: PRESIDENCIA DE MÉXICO)
And on the issue of conservatives, just in June of this year, the president of Mexico said: “How good that they define themselves, no half measures, that each one is located in the right place, it is not time for simulations. Either we are conservative or we are liberal, there are no half measures ”.
The Mexican president thus responded to the writer Enrique Krauze , who accused the president and his party, Morena, of being behind the violent demonstrations in Guadalajara for the death of Giovanni López, a young man allegedly murdered at the hands of police from Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos.
“There is nowhere to be done, either you are for the transformation or you are against the transformation of the country; It is for honesty and for cleaning Mexico of corruption or it is committed to maintaining the privileges of a few at the cost of submission and the impoverishment of the majority of Mexicans, ”López Obrador added at that time.
Suárez Gomís' message has already received more than 2,000 retweets and more than 9,000 “likes”.
After writing that tweet, Suárez Gomís shared the post he uploaded to his Instagram account online.
On Instagram he also made reference to López Obrador
There he recalled how he started in the standup thanks to El Pelón in his times of anger , which was initially scheduled to have only 8 presentations and ended with more than 1,000.
In that message he commented that he is writing new material adapting to what is currently his life in Miami and with a young son.
Towards the end of his text, he referred to López Obrador when he defined him as “the populist who is taking Mexico back to the 70s.”