"They are all half way like Doctor Mengele, like a very blond baby." Thus, without anesthesia, Carolina Papaleo threw the first stone in the Incorrectas edition on Thursday, November 29, when the theme was the performance exhibited by Dionisio, Matilda and Mirko, children of Flavio Mendoza; Luciana Salazar and Martley, on the cover of this week's edition of Caras magazine.
This is the cover of Caras magazine that Nacha Guevara took as a starting point to criticize Luli Salazar, Marley, and Flavio Mendoza.
But as if the appointment of panelists from evil SS officials, who were also experienced as doctors experimenting with humans in Nazism concentration camps, had little, the gloves were picked up by Nacha Guevara, who replaced Moria Casán during his vacation, and he added more fuel to the fire .
"There was something that caught my attention, everyone had to be blond and blue-eyed, because they chose … it was strange to me," said the conductor acting, who did not let the subject end there.
"It's okay to choose what you like, but it's a child, not something you will buy, I want one day, someone who has one treatment to have a black baby, we have a party that day," he added.
That's when Agustina Kämpfer, also a cycle panelist, tried to link "certain coherence" to the decision of celebrities to have their children resemble them, when they talked about the features of the Caucasus Mirko and Matilda, and provoked a new reaction from Nacha. .
"In the case of Flavio not," he said, ignoring. And he doubled his bets by quoting Ghandi, who said that at the request of a Hindu leader to end his hunger strike, he said he would if he adopted a Muslim son and agreed to raise him under that belief.
"I apply this," Guevara said, "that we can also choose children who have other colors." Finally, already in Los Angeles de la Mañana, the driver strengthens his perception. "I think that it attracts my attention a lot. They look like programmed babies," he said.