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In , Montesinos went to Venezuela with a mission along with other Dominicans. Little is known about the rest of his life.
According to a note in the record of St. Stephen at Salamanca, he died in the West Indies as a martyr sometime around Although Montesinos led a long life in which he continually struggled for better conditions for New World natives, he will forever be known mostly for that one blistering sermon delivered in It was his courage in saying what many had been silently thinking that changed the course of Indigenous rights in the Spanish territories.
While he did not question the right of the Spanish government to expand its empire into the New World or its means of doing so, he did accuse the colonists of abuse of power.
In the short term, it failed to alleviate anything and garnered him enemies. Ultimately, however, his sermon ignited a fierce debate over native rights, identity, and nature that was still raging years later.
The words of Montesinos were a revelation to him, and by he had divested himself of all of the people he enslaved, believing that he would not go to Heaven if he kept them.
Las Casas eventually went on to become the great Defender of the native population and did more than any man to ensure their fair treatment.
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On December 21, , the fourth Sunday of Advent , Montesinos preached an impassioned sermon. Listing the injustices that the indigenous people were suffering at the hands of the Spanish colonists, Montesinos proclaimed that the Spanish on the island "are all in mortal sin and live and die in it, because of the cruelty and tyranny they practice among these innocent peoples.
Tell me by what right of justice do you hold these Indians in such a cruel and horrible servitude? On what authority have you waged such detestable wars against these people who dwelt quietly and peacefully on their own lands?
Wars in which you have destroyed such an infinite number of them by homicides and slaughters never heard of before. Why do you keep them so oppressed and exhausted, without giving them enough to eat or curing them of the sicknesses they incur from the excessive labor you give them, and they die, or rather you kill them, in order to extract and acquire gold every day.
The sermon outraged the settlers and prominent citizens of Hispaniola, including the governor, Diego Columbus , son of Christopher Columbus , as well as other high-ranking representatives of the king.
Montesinos's sermon had a formative impact upon Las Casas, who heard it firsthand. The primary goal of the Preaching Friars Dominicans in the New World was to aid and represent the aboriginal American Indians under Spanish and Portuguese rules, for which they fought for over three centuries.
As a result of the friars' protests at Santo Domingo, King Ferdinand II initially ordered that Montesinos and other Dominicans who supported him be shipped back to Spain.
Ferdinand, at first, referred to the preaching of Montesinos as "a novel and groundless attitude" and a "dangerous opinion [that] would do much harm to all the affairs of that land.
As a result, the king convened a commission that promulgated the Laws of Burgos , the first code of ordinances to protect the indigenous people. Montesinos fled to Ecuador , where in he revealed information to the Ecuadorian Army about Peru's military weapons purchases.
The investigation was closed that year in order to "protect institutional image", and Montesinos was allowed to return to Peru. Montesinos came to public notice again in when he defended Alberto Fujimori against accusations of fraudulent real estate dealings, during the presidential campaign, in which Fujimori was an obscure candidate.
The paperwork in the case disappeared and the charges were dropped. After Fujimori won the general elections , on July 28 of Montesinos became his chief advisor and the effective head of the National Intelligence Service its acronym in Spanish is SIN.
Montesinos is widely accused of threatening or harassing Fujimori's political opponents. Evidence proves that he supervised a death squad known as the Grupo Colina , part of the National Intelligence Service, which was thought to have been responsible for the Barrios Altos massacre and the La Cantuta massacre , actions intended to repress the Shining Path Sendero Luminoso , the major communist insurgency movement that had been operating since the s.
On March 16, , former Peruvian Army Intelligence Agent Luisa Zanatta accused Montesinos of ordering illegal wiretaps of leading politicians and journalists.
Zanatta also said that army intelligence agents had killed fellow agent Mariella Barreto Riofano because she gave a magazine information about human rights violations, as well as the location of bodies from the La Cantuta massacre.
Zanatta said that in early , Barreto had told her that she was part of the Grupo Colina death squad responsible for the La Cantuta massacre.
Barreto's dismembered body was found by a roadside on March 29, and showed evidence of torture before death and mutilation. During the Fujimori years, Montesinos gained extensive control over the Peruvian media by bribing television channel executives.
Montesinos funneled additional funds to the television channels through government advertising. To maintain this control he structured bribe payments in monthly installments, limiting the risk of defection by the TV channel owners.
He also ensured continued cooperation through blackmail, utilizing video evidence of sexual indiscretions by bribe recipients. To keep track of the numerous bribes and gain further evidence of the owners' complicity, which could also be used as blackmail, Montesinos filmed monetary exchanges and forced channel executives to sign contracts stipulating the extent of influence he expected in return for the stated monetary bribe.
Canal N , remained the only independent television channel, funded entirely by monthly service fees. Montesinos did not bribe Canal N because of their low viewership, numbering in the tens of thousands, which was a result of the unaffordability of the monthly fees for most Peruvians.
Canal N was the first network to air the Kouri videotape, which exposed the extent of Montesinos's corruption. Her testimony was later brought into question.
On July 14, , the government legally stripped Ivcher, a native Israeli , of his Peruvian nationality for supposed offenses against the government.
In September, control of Channel 2 was given to minority shareholders more sympathetic to the government. We are now a country headed by an authoritarian regime.
The presidential elections, which followed years of political violence, was controversial. A journalist claimed to have a videotape of Montesinos bribing election officials to fix the vote.
He claimed to have been kidnapped by secret police agents, who sawed his arm to the bone to get him to give up the tape. In view of such tactics, the Clinton administration threatened briefly not to recognize Fujimori's victory.
It backed off from this threat, and pressured Fujimori's government to take action to root out abuses, including ousting Montesinos.
Peru was needed as a base of operations and a defensive backstop against guerrillas based in Colombia's south, not far from the Peruvian border.
A investigation revealed that some four drug shipments were made abroad, with Miami listed as a destination, in air force planes during Only the material authors several low-ranking officers were processed, acquitted and publicly defended by Fujimori in late amongst them Fujimori's aide-de-camp who was part of the plane's crew.
Frequently, Montesinos secretly videotaped himself bribing individuals in his office, incriminating politicians, officials and military officers.
His downfall appears to have been precipitated by the discovery of a major illegal arms shipment. Montesinos claimed the credit for uncovering the arms smuggling, which involved upwards of 10, Kalashnikov assault rifles.
Jordan rejected the Peruvian version of events, insisting the shipments were legitimate government-to-government deals. Evidence emerged which pointed to Montesinos having orchestrated the gun-running operation rather than dismantling it.
A senior Peruvian general was found to have participated in the deal, and another principal participant was a government contractor.