As if that were not enough, yesterday they have given me a new award. The award I have received leads to a film titled on Saturday, “The Captive Blogger,” and involves not letting me travel to Madrid for the award ceremony for the Ortega y Gasset prize. Those who have not given me what I wanted, have not given their names, but in this blog we call them, “them.” They are those who, wearing a military uniform, control our rights as citizens and give orders but not explanations.
I did not think I deserved so much attention but, if the officials insist, I accept this new honor. They forget that in cyberspace my voice can travel without limits, coming and going without asking permission. It doesn’t matter if they keep my passport. Since a year ago I have had another nationality in the space on my passport, the short word: “Blogger.”