Renato Münster reappeared on screen and in an interview with “More alive than ever”referred to the controversy that led when dedicated controversial tweets against the College of Teachers and how this affected him personally.
The actor clarified that “There is a sector of the populationthe people of the extreme left, that if you don’t think like them you are a fascist, a facho, a Hitlerian”.
“The worst thing is that I come from the traditional left. I was a socialist militant, of the PPD, I fought against the dictatorship, I suffered”, recalled the former interpreter of “Hidden Truths”.
It was there that he pointed out that his political vision changed because “I matured, I began to realize that another thing is with the guitar and that one does not adhere to proselytismI began to distance myself from this extreme left, and I went to the center ”.
“I began to shoot everywhere, against absolutism, that they told you that you are cuico and privileged, that is, I do not come from there and it makes me laugh,” said Renato Munster.
Renato Munster and the controversy of the College of Teachers
Renato Munster recalled the controversy that affected him the most: “I am not sorry to comment. I have hit his loss of four kilos with some controversies and it was hard, I wanted to bury my head in the pillow and not go out ”.
“I got involved in a ridiculous controversy, I am very critical of the Teachers College, I find them a bunch of lazy, not the teachers, but the leaders who are dedicated to making students think like sheep”, he stated harshly.
Finally, he clarified that his problem is not with teachers in general, as his opponents implied, according to him, but against this organization in particular: “I hold that opinion, they are profiteers and they don’t give a damn about education in Chile”.
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