Feinmann and his controversial column: “You, madam, who hate her”
October 1, 2012
The philosopher José Pablo Feinmann made a controversial column on his radio show in which alluded (without mentioning) the character of “Doña Rosa”, describing her as a woman of the upper middle class who oppose the government. Some of his statements about the “hatred” towards Cristina Kirchner.
“You, Madam, who don’t tolerate her, who can not see her, you do not take it any more: you will not tolerate it because … you do not know if she stole or did not steal, because really that patrimony… it could be proven very easily that other assets in Argentina have multiplied so much more and that would be enough to shop around for the Rural Society to see how these assets have multiplied…
But patrimony is an excuse: you hate her. You hate her because you think she is the things that you lack and instead admire, because when a person has things that you lack, you can do two things: either be filled with hatred, envy and resentment and hate that person, because their very existence proves your mediocrity, because its very existence is the tangible evidence of my mediocrity, then the hatred. Or you can admire her”.