ARTIGAS SIEMPRE QUISO SER ARGENTINO… su enfrentamiento fue con Buenos Aires

Hola amigos:

Gracias por la nota sobre la Presidente CFK y sus comentarios sosteniendo que Artigas… siempre quiso ser Argentino... y  .…Saben que eso es cierto? 

Ambos saben que por muchas cosas los “K..K..” me gustan menos que el maíz frito… pero cuando estoy de acuerdo en algo, lo defiendo  lo diga quien lo diga; sin importarme quien…

Creo que Antonio, al menos en algo, debe estar de acuerdo conmigo.

Es curioso, como cuanto mas leo (me desburro) mas similitudes encuentro entre las “infamias” y “genialidades” entre Americanos del Norte y del Sur. 

Ojo: El adjetivo “infames” o “infamous”  no es mio ni en castellano ni en ingles. 

En castellano el termino lo acuño’  en la propia Constitución el “genial”  Juan Bautista AlberdiJuan Bautista Alberdi

En Ingles (al menos que yo sepa) nadie se animo’  a calificar como “infamous” a los jueces de la Suprema Corte de Justicia Norteamericana, en su tiempo… pero la terrible guerra civil le estallo a Abraham Lincoln muy poco despues… Recien ahora alguien se atrevio a calificar como infames a esos jueces, Lo hizo Timothy Sandefur en su libro  “The Right to make a living”

La guerra civil que le dejaron a

English: Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth Presid...

Lincoln fue la mas terrible que USA ha tenido, hubo en ella mas norteamericanos muertos que en todas las otras guerras norteamericanas sumadas.

En el sur, Las infamias de los Mitristas y porteños fue desde cierto aspecto aun peor; llevo a la guerra de la triple alianza contra El Paraguay.  La República Guaraní (Paraguay)  educada y modernizada por los antecesores de “Francisco” (Los Jesuitas) era en ese tiempo la mas moderna, democrática, independiente, y adelantada nación Sudamericana, fue la primera en tener altos hornos e industria siderurgica (fundia y fabricaba sus propios cañones armas, y herramientas  (para defenderse, pues no era belicista) no tenia ni deudas ni inflación  tenia una economía  fuerte y ordenada, educación publica, la tierra (“la madre tierra“) no tenia dueños, era comunitaria… pero ojo NO comunista pues el fruto de la tierra si tenia dueño, era del quien la trabajaba., razón por la que alimentos les sobraban.

Visto desde el presente: No es esto: asombroso? 

A la República Guaraní la destruyo el imperio esclavista del Brasil. La doctrina Monroe no se aplico en Sudamérica,  los europeos nos trajeron sus problemas e intentaron recuperar sus poseciones, incluido el ganado humano. Pero el imperio solo, no podía, necesito ayuda. Con “Patacones” brasileros (otra ironía!) compraron a nuestros infames dirigentes y en una guerra horrible que duro 5 años dejamos a Paraguay sin varones… Los guaranies pelearon como leones y no los hubiesen podido vencer si no es por la ayuda en la marina Inglesa…. De alli viene ese dicho chacareo en guarani que dice: “Cuando Argentina entre en guerra Corrientes la vayudar“. (cosa que se repito en Malvinas)

 

[1] Artigas fallece en 1850, tres años antes de que La Constitución de J.B. Alberdi fuese aprobada en Santa Fe y 10 años antes de que Buenos Aires  se una a La República Argentina. Bien se puede decir que Uruguay fue una de las provincias Unidas del Rio de La Plata. Los enfrentamientos de Artigas NO fueron con “Argentina” sino con “Buenos Aires”  y especialmente con su gobierno.  Mezquindades de política pequeña de los mal llamados “liberales”  porteños (Entre otros Mitre y Sarmiento) se unieron al “Imperio” del Brasil que quería mantener La Esclavitud” cuando los Argentinos ya habían superado ese problema en el año 1813,  La Constitución de 1953 lo ratifico sancionando: “Los esclavos de todo el mundo son libres por el solo hecho de pisar suelo argentino…”  Lamentablemente estos “infames traidores a la Patria” aceptaron la pretensión del Emperador:  Los esclavos brasileros que llegaban nadando a suelo Argentino seguían siendo esclavos…” . Una situación similar había ocurrido en La Unión Norteamericana con el “Infame fallo”  de su Corte Suprema de Justicia por la que los esclavos sureños que huían al norte jugándose la vida por conseguir su libertad, debían seguir siendo tratados como ganado AUN en los estados norteños donde la esclavitud había sido ya abolida.

Gaston KDT.

Menos mal que lo toman con humor …. son grandiosos…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4UrByW8efs 

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Ojo si no me creen aquí les cito fuentes neutrales como Wikipedia en Ingles…. vale la pena leerlo… si quieren mas detalles (sobre el asunto Artigas) lean a wikipedia pero en Castellano.

Fuente: “WIKIPEDIA” (The FREE Encyclopedia)

(EN INGLES)

ð  https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CDAQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FJos%25C3%25A9_Gervasio_Artigas&ei=58gUUpixMaHs2QWPyIGYBw&usg=AFQjCNGb2VepROowfK3VHKiy_imCcm23PQ&sig2=6GEUepFKsQtfwoOXzq6xaQ  ç

Irrespetuosos Porteños descalifican a la Presidente Argentina por sostener que Artigas siempre quiso ser Argentino”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4UrByW8efs

José Gervasio Artigas   (1774 – 1850)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

José Gervasio Artigas Arnal (June 19, 1764 – September 23, 1850)[1]  is a national hero of Uruguay, sometimes called “the father of Uruguayan nationhood”. His portrait is on the watermark on the 1998 Uruguay 5 Pesos Uruguayos banknote.Artigas was born in Montevideo on June 19, 1764. His grandparents were from ZaragosaBuenos Aires and Tenerife (Canary Islands).[1] His grandparents fought in the War of the Spanish Succession and moved to the Americas to escape from poverty, settling in Buenos Aires in 1716.[2] Artigas was the son of Martín José Artigas and Francisca Antonia Arnal, who came from a wealthy family. His parents enrolled him in the Colegio de San Bernardino, to pursue religious studies, but Artigas refused to submit to the school’s strict discipline. Before he left the school, he developed a strong friendship with Fernando Otorgues, who would work with him in later years.[3] At the age of 12, he moved to the countryside and worked on his family’s farms. His contact with the customs and perspectives of gauchos made a great impression on him.[4] Once he had come of age, he distanced himself from his parents and became involved in cattle smuggling. This made him a wanted man among the owners of haciendas and with the government in Montevideo. A reward was put out for his death.[5]

Things changed with the opening of the Anglo-Spanish War, and the threat of a British attack upon the viceroyalty. The viceroy Antonio de Olaguer y Feliú negotiated a pardon with his family, on the condition that he joined the Corps of Blandengues with a hundred men, to form a battalion.[6] Thus, he began his military career in 1797, at age 33, with the rank of lieutenant. The attack finally came in 1806, when William Beresford invaded Buenos Aires, in the first British invasions of the Río de la Plata. Although Artigas’s unit was tasked with patrolling the frontier with Brazil, he requested to take part in the military expedition that Santiago de Liniers launched from Montevideoto drive the British out of Buenos Aires. His request was granted, and the British were defeated. After the liberation of Buenos Aires, he was tasked with returning to Montevideo and informing the governor Pascual Ruiz Huidobro of the result of the battle.[7] A second British attack aimed to capture Montevideo, which was captured in the Battle of Montevideo. Artigas was taken prisoner, but he managed to escape and returned to the countryside. He organized groups of gauchos and began a guerrilla war against the invaders.[8] The British tried to capture Buenos Aires a second time, but were defeated by the local armies, and returned Montevideo to Spanish control as part of the terms of capitulation. Artigas was promoted to captain in 1809.[9]

Oriental revolution

La Mañana de Asencio, portrait by Carlos María Herrera about the cry of Asencio.

The ideas of the Age of Enlightenment and the outbreak of the Peninsular War in Spain, along with the capture of King  Ferdinand VII, generated political turbulence all across the Spanish Empire. The absence of the king from the throne (replaced by the French Joseph Bonaparte) and the new ideas of the Enlightenment sparked the Spanish American wars of independence, between patriots (who wanted to establish republics or constitutional monarchies) and royalists (who wanted to keep an absolute monarchy). Artigas, who thought that the gauchos were not treated well, supported the new ideas. Buenos Aires deposed the viceroy in 1810, during the May Revolution, replacing him with the Primera JuntaMariano Moreno, secretary of war, wrote at the Operations plan that Artigas would be a decisive ally against the royalists in Montevideo, and called him for an interview. However, by the time Artigas arrived in Buenos Aires, Moreno had already left the government. He was still welcomed, but received little help. He was promoted to colonel and received some weapons, money and 150 men, very little to organize a rebellion at the Banda Oriental. This was the last time Artigas saw the city of Buenos Aires ().[10]

Spain declared Buenos Aires a rogue ([2]) city, and appointed Montevideo as the new capital,  with Francisco Javier de Elío as the new viceroy. The city had financial problems, and the measures taken by Elío to maintain the royalist armies were highly unpopular in the countryside. This allowed Artigas to channel the popular discontent against the colonial authorities.[11] A hundred men met near the Asencio stream and made the cry of Asencio, a pronunciamiento against the viceroy. They captured many villages in the Banda Oriental, such as MercedesSanto DomingoCollaMaldonadoPaso del ReySanta Teresa and San José. They also captured Gualeguay, Gualeguaychú and Arroyo de la China, at the west of the Uruguay river.[12]

Elío sent some soldiers to kill Artigas, who failed. Then, he sent Manuel Villagrán, a relative of Artigas, to offer him the pardon and appoint him general and military leader of the Banda Oriental if he gave up the rebellion. Artigas considered the offer an insult, and sent Villagrán prisoner to Buenos Aires.[12]

Montevideo was soon surrounded by Artigas’s forces. A Montevidean army tried to stop the patriots at the Battle of Las Piedras, but they were defeated, and the city was put to siege. José Rondeau, commanding forces from Buenos Aires, joined the siege. Artigas wanted to attack the city right away, but Rondeau thought that there would be less loss of lives by establishing a blockade and waiting for the city to surrender. However, the besiegers did not consider the naval forces of Montevideo, who kept the city supplied and enabled them to endure the blockade.[13]

On the verge of defeat, Elío allied himself with Brazilian forces, requesting their intervention in the conflict. Dom Diogo de Sousa entered into the Banda Oriental, leading an army of five thousand men. This added to the defeat of Manuel Belgrano at the Paraguay campaign, the defeat of Juan José Castelli at the First Upper Peru campaign and the Montevidean naval blockade of Buenos Aires. Fearing a complete defeat, Buenos Aires signed a truce with Elío, recognizing him as the ruler of the Banda Oriental and half of Entre Ríos. Artigas felt the truce to be treasonous. He broke relations with the city, and lifted the blockade over Montevideo.[14]

Portrait of the Oriental exodus.

Artigas left the Banda Oriental and moved to Salto Chico, in Entre Ríos. All his supporters moved with him. This massive departure is known as the Oriental exodus.

The Supreme Director Gervasio Antonio de Posadas offered a reward of $6.000 for the capture of Artigas, dead or alive. The only consequence of this action was increased resentment of the orientals towards Buenos Aires. Several royalist leaders, such as Vigodet or Pezuela, sought an alliance with Artigas against Buenos Aires, but he rejected them: “I may not be sold, nor I want more reward for my efforts to see my nation free of the Spanish power“.[15] Despite the deep disputes, Artigas was still eager to return to good terms with Buenos Aires, but only if the city accepted a national organization based on federalist principles.[16]

Posadas sent two more armies to capture and execute Artigas, but they mutinied and joined the orientals. When the Artiguist influence expanded to Corrientes, Posadas sought to negotiate by accepting the autonomy of the provinces. Artigas accepted the terms, but clarified that such autonomy must not be understood as national independence. He did not want to secede the Banda Oriental from the United provinces, but to organize them as a confederation. Posadas, who supported the authority of Buenos Aires as the head of a centralized state, delayed the approval of the treaty.[17]

Buenos Aires renewed the military actions against Montevideo. This time, the naval skills of William Brown helped to overcome the strength of the Montevidean navy, leading to the final defeat of the royalist stronghold. Carlos María de Alvear led the capture of Montevideo, and lured Artigas there by promising that he would turn over the city to the Oriental patriots. Alvear attacked them without warning at Las Piedras, but Artigas managed to escape from the trap.[18]

Liga Federal[edit source | editbeta]

In 1814, Artigas organized the Liga de los Pueblos Libres (League of the Free Peoples), of which he was declared Protector. In the following year, he liberated Montevideo from the control of the “Unitarians” from Buenos Aires.

In 1815, Artigas attended the Proto-congress of the Independence of Argentina, held in Arrollo de la China (today known as Concepción del Uruguay). It was at this congress that the provinces of the Oriental Province (today the country of Uruguay), CórdobaCorrientesEntre RíosMisiones and Santa Fe declared themselves independent from Spain and formed the Liga Federal (“Federal League”). The Liga Federal invited other provinces of the former Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata to join them under a federal system.

In this congress, Artigas ratified the use of the flag created by Manuel Belgrano (which would later become the flag of the Argentine Republic), but added a diagonal festoon in red, the color of federalism in Argentina at that time.

Luso Brazilian invasion[edit source | editbeta]

Main article: Luso-Brazilian invasion

The continued growth of influence and prestige of the Federal League frightened the governments in Buenos Aires (because of its federalism) and Portugal (because of its republicanism), and in August 1816, Portugal invaded the Eastern Province (with tacit complicity from Buenos Aires), with the intention of destroying Artigas and his revolution.

The Portuguese forces, led by Carlos Frederico Lecor, captured Artigas and his deputies and occupied Montevideo on 20 January 1817, but the struggle continued for three years in the countryside. Infuriated by Buenos Aires’s passivity, Artigas declared war on Buenos Aires while he was losing to the Portuguese. His subordinates, members of the Federal League — Francisco Ramírez, governor of Entre Ríos, and Estanislao López, governor of Santa Fe—managed to defeat the centralism of Buenos Aires. But hope for a new nation was short-lived; both commanders entered agreements with Buenos Aires that went against the principles of Artigas. They rebelled against him and left him to be crushed by the Portuguese.

Without resources and men, Artigas withdrew to Paraguay in September 1820. In Paraguay, Dr. Francia, the dictator, banished him to Candelaria. He then disappeared from the political life of the region. (B. Nahum).

After a long exile, he died in Paraguay in 1850, at age 86. It is said that Artigas, feeling himself to be near death, asked for a horse and died in the saddle, as a gaucho.His remains were buried and then re-interned at the Panteón Nacional in 1855. On the 19th of June, 1977, his remains were transferred to the Artigas Mausoleum in the centre of the Plaza Independencia.

Ideals[edit source | editbeta]

Artigas was a staunch democrat and federalist, opposed to monarchism. In his thought is visible the influence of Catholic clerics, such as his secretary José Benito Monterroso.

Artigas has become a national hero in Uruguay. This is significant as, since independence, many Uruguayan figures have been heroes of either the Colorado or the Blanco party, while being reviled by the other side. As such, Artigas has been the namesake of numerous places, vessels, etc. throughout Uruguayan history, particularly during periods of peace and reunification between the parties.


[1] Artigas fallece en 1850, tres años antes de que La Constitución de JB Alberdi fuese aprobada en Santa Fe y 10 años antes de que Buenos Aires  se una a La Republica Argentina. Bien se puede decir que Uruguay fue una de las provincias Unidas del Rio de La Plata. Los enfrentamientos de Artigas NO fueron con “Argentina” sino con “Buenos Aires”  y especialmente con su gobierno.  Mezquindades de política pequeña de los mal llamados “liberales”  porteños (Entre otros Mitre y Sarmiento) se unieron al “Imperio” del Brazil que quería mantener La Esclavitud” cuando los Argentinos ya habían superado ese problema en el año 1813,  La Constitución de 1953 lo ratifico sancionando: “Los esclavos de todo el mundo son libres por el solo hecho de pisar suelo argentino…”  Lamentablemente estos “infames traidores a la Patria” aceptaron la pretensión del Emperador:  Los esclavos brasileros que llegaban nadando a suelo Argentino seguían siendo esclavos…” . Una situación similar había ocurrido en La Unión Norteamericana con el “Infame fallo”  de su Corte Suprema de Justicia por la que los esclavos sureños que huían al norte jugándose la vida por conseguir su libertad, debían seguir siendo tratados como ganado AUN en los estados norteños donde la esclavitud había sido ya abolida.

[2] RogueNoun1. scoundrelcrook (informal)villainfraudstersharperfraudcheatdevildeceivercharlatancon man (informal),swindlerknave (archaic)ne’er-do-wellreprobatescumbag (slang)blackguardmountebankgrifter (slang, chiefly U.S. & Canad.)skelm (S. African) He wasn’t a rogue at all.

2. scamprascalscally (Northwest English dialect)rapscallion a loveable rogue

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

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2 comentarios to “ARTIGAS SIEMPRE QUISO SER ARGENTINO… su enfrentamiento fue con Buenos Aires”

  1. julieta134 Says:

    Artigas no quería ser argentino sino unir esas dos provincias. Eso es un invento de alguien que no tenía nada que hacer.Además vas a viajar al pasado o que?no lo tomes a mal.

  2. julieta134 Says:

    Ah y también cuando artigas tuvo k huir lo declararon enemigo de la patria y fue muy buscar por TODOS los países.Incluyendo a goda
    Argentina

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