Controversial participation has today Carlos Laraine as a panellist nation-state, a space for political TVN talk.
In the midst of a discussion about the crisis that exists in the Araucanía area following the assassination of Camilo Catrillanca, the former senator of the GBR said that Ms Mutlu is actually "Argentine".
"Mapuche entered 40 years before Almagro in Chile, because they are Argentines … they come from the Argentinean pampas, now they are not Argentines of Italian origin," he said.
He added that we must not forget that in the territory of Mapuche there are "tarzans towards guns".
The networks reacted immediately. One of those who criticized the work was Senator Francisco Huencumila: "It's incredible that Carlos Laren is so ignorant of @ estadonacional. The ignorance of the Chilean elites to know history and understand political and social processes," he wrote.
Come on? That's why they have Carlos Laraine #national
Give them a taste of Pinochetism and saddle the Sunday of others with absurd phrases.
– Rene Naranjo S. (@renenaranjo) December 2, 2018
– Pedro Cayuqueo (@ pcayuqueo) December 2, 2018
Carlos Laraine, as a good ignorant, once again mentions that the Macouches are Argentines and arrived in Chile a few years before the Spaniards. In any case, I do not think that he has any problems in changing versions of the truth. Segur had done it before #national pic.twitter.com/NdorBnlmrS
– Pedro Huichalaf Roa (@huichalaf) December 2, 2018
Do you want to observe the arrogance and violence of the Chilean owners in the nineteenth century in the 21st century? Listen to Carlos Laraine in the nation-state. It, in fact, serves to understand many things about Chilean racism / classism, the colonial and the hensendal roots.
– Ignacio Ahurra (@IgnacioAchurra) December 2, 2018
So much ignorance for Carlos Laren in @estadonational The ignorance of the Chilean elites to know history and understand processes is difficult to advance https://t.co/GYhoWvgMTz the duty of every political leader to know history.
– Senator Francisco Huencumila Jaramillo (@fhuenchumilla) December 2, 2018