martes, 16 de mayo de 2017


"Si no sos capaz de defender el derecho de tu peor enemigo de la misma forma en que defendés el derecho de tu propio hijo, entonces no hables de derechos humanos; no hables de justicia"

Graciela Fernandez Meijide

viernes, 5 de mayo de 2017


A story that begins in a charity party in the south of Spain; continues through Asunción, capital of Paraguay; ciudad del Este, capital of unlawful activities and finishes in Buenos Aires.
Our now friends, Jordi Gonorria, economist who also plays the role of amateur “chef” and the former police inspector Quito Verdudo, rub shoulders with the human trafficking mafia and with the politicians that rig them.
A tough story, traced by a doomed fate, that even though some passages may amusse us, in others load us with the anguish produced by this modern way of enslaving and abusing of the helpeless. As it is already a custom, they are accompanied by the usual friends and characters arised from the story, the literature and even from the movies. And they end up stumbling with astonishing revelations of  current issues which the media published in front pages not long ago.
In the itinerary, our economist-cook some times enjoys and others bears his emotional and erotic hieroglyphs. And he makes time to offer us delicious dishes, kitchen stories and hot news about economy and economists.

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