Kreol International Magazine profiled two of Nicaragua's criminal dictator Daniel Ortega most outspoken apologists: Valdrack Jaentscke, Vice-minister of Foreign Affair and his wife, Anasha Campbell, Tourism Minister, both of Creole ethnicity, originally from Nicaragua's East Coast. Both profiles must be removed from their publication.
According to the magazine, they "are dedicated to promoting the Creole culture across Creole-speaking countries and beyond". In this instance, it appears they are allowing themselves to be a medium to help promote lies from a government that has repeatedly and consistently violated the rights of the ethnic group their profiled characters belong to.
The government which Mr. Jaentscke and Ms. Campbell represent and vehemently defend has been accused of crimes against humanity. Since April 2018, it has killed over 350 peaceful protesters. Prior to that, it has curtailed the rights of Creoles and Indigenous People and prevented the implementation of The Autonomy Law for Self-Determination and the Demarcation Law for Communal Land by ignoring established timelines, by imposing spurious parallel comunal governments with sell-out Creoles, loyal to the government's party seeking only financial benefits in detriment to their own communities.
Both Mr. Jaentscke and Ms. Campbell don't represent the wishes, the dreams, the aspirations, and the interests of the Nicaragua's Creole people, quite the opposite. They are loyal FSLN's party militants and operatives who have enriched themselves and ONLY represent the interests of Daniel Ortega and his sadistic cronies who have plundered the Creole territory's natural resources, ancestral land, and have made a circus out of the Creole's cultural expressions.
Kreol Magazine MUST remove both flawed and intellectually challenged articles profiling Valdrack Jaentscke and Anasha Campbell. The reality and struggles of Creoles in Nicaragua in the context of the implementation of the Autonomy Process should instead be profiled, if any.