John Moreno: Righteous Cheater

Translated by Fulano from an article in Colectivo Pericú.

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Just as Juan Ángel Trasviña Aguilar turned out to be a “righteous environmentalist” who was a real “pig”…John Moreno turned out to be a “righteous cheater,” after the style of “Chucho el Roto,” an astute thief and great swindler during the era of President Porfirio Díaz. His narrative, which he uses to justify his criminality, was a supposed struggle for the dispossessed. Undoubtedly an ingenious argument for his sensibilities and the social base he managed to momentarily gather.

John Moreno, the righteous cheater, left prison on bail, an economic guarantee, a legal situation which does not mean he has been found innocent. It means he will continue the criminal process for the crimes of dispossession for which he is accused.

Intentionally, the interests behind John Moreno, have wanted to minimize their legal problems, the supposed abuse of the tourist development “Tres Santos,” a private enterprise which naturally is within all its rights to defend its legitimate interests. The “righteous cheater’s” problem is that other people also have filed complaints against him. The case of Canadian Cara Singleton is the most notorious, but here are others who have been affected and surely there will be more. There is the  matter of the “El Guayabito” property, whose owners have also demanded justice against the righteous cheater with the ritualistic mane.

As for John Moreno, the universe speaks to him to act in its name, the atoms connect with him cosmically, so he launched into his manifest destiny, to seek justice among the millions of dollars of investments and underprivileged groups, among foreigners with beach homes and exploited construction workers, among real estate traitors and original landowners, and well, if a few dollars end up in his hands for the “cause” that is not too bad. After all, shampoo and hair conditioner are not cheap and he needs to care for his hair to maintain his energy, just like the character “El Flanigan,” portrayed by the unequaled actor Héctor Suarez.

The case of John Moreno is not suspended, much less concluded. He will continue with the penal process until its conclusion. He is  not the victim, on the contrary, he is very cynical, nor is he a social leader whose political struggles over time are connected with the lower classes. He is not an environmentalist cleaning the seas of plastic, protecting any species in danger of extinction or even a promoter of environmental education. He is really just like “El Flanigan,” who lives to take advantage.

John Moreno “El Flanigan Fifi,” should be an example of what Baja Califoria Sur should not be in matters of legal security of private property. This is to say, it should be clear that the conflicts over property rights should be addressed by competent courts to be resolved, and not be made a political and social struggle as a form of resolution.

Above all — and I say this to some politicians who support him — how come so far I do not know of any leftists with university degrees, or academics, who do not have good homes and their good vehicles nor assets which at time have been made into collective ownership.