The White Supremacist Nobel
by Roger Gonzalo-Segura
La Raza Neo-Nazi: Latinos in the US are seen as dark skinned but la raza, the race, is a supremacist ideology which excludes all non-Spanish speakers.
Vargas Llosa signed the Manifesto for a Common Language to impose Spanish as the single language like during Fascist Franco's dictatorship. Below: In the Archaic Utopia Vargas Llosa argues that non-Spanish speakers, whether indios
or Catalans, are a "fiction" and calls Arguedas "pathetic" for not writing in Spanish.
Professor Gonzalo-Segura of PUCP university in Peru exposes the Nobel Prize for Literature 2010 Mario Vargas Llosa as a white supremacist who is against all native Americans and quite ready to celebrate in an essay the death of a non-Spanish writing indio (See Vargas Llosa a Real Nazi):
"I am one of the many who always speak badly of Mario Vargas Llosa. Perhaps because the penpusher has always expressed his worst on the multiethnic composition of Peruvians, calling Peru a mishmash of races. As an Aymar
speaker, descendant of the Collas-Puquinas, like thousands from Puna, Bolivia, Chile, Moquegua, Tacna and Arequipa who were not exterminated, to Mario's bad luck or bad taste as he wanted and still does. I protest against
his toxic complicity, his lies, his inhumanity and his gross xenophobia against indigenous peoples, those President Alan Garcia calls confused savages, barbarians, second class citizens, criminals, fools, violent
brutes, etc., etc. And I dislike how this penpusher badmouths other Peruvians who are not of white origin: Aymar, Quechua, Ashaninka, etc. We Peruvians who are different are not welcome by this beribboned, hateful,
lying, resentful failed politician and Spanish writer born in Arequipa.
Vargas Llosa seems to enjoy and denigrate the death of our brave Quechua speaker Jose Maria Arguedas. That is the impression derived from his essay "The Archaic Utopia, Jose Maria Arguedas and the Fictions of Nativism." I am
not happy with his constant misrepresentations of the descendants of the Incas, Quechuas and Aymars, or anyone not white skinned."
("Mario Vargas Llosa: El Nobel-ista español y sus odios perpetuos," by Roger Gonzalo Segura, Los Andes, 17 October 2010)