The poisoned fact, by Mirko Lauer

Mirko Lauer

Observer

A collection of poems every few years. Fake political scientist. Journalism every day. Swimming, almost daily. Doctor from UNMSM. Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters, France. Guggenheim Scholarship. Very little twitter. Zero Facebook. Most recent collection of poems, Sologuren (3rd edition Huerga & Fierro, Madrid). Next collection of poems, The Archaeologists, in September.

“In an era when information abounds, it is not necessarily good. Deceiving the voter with the famous fake news has become a frequent practice in politics”.

The clueless voter is an increasingly strong presence in the world elections. In an era when information abounds, it is not necessarily good. Deceiving the voter with the famous fake news has become a frequent practice in politics. From there come winners who, of course, continue to cheat.

The poisoned fact, by Mirko Lauer