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This is because people's social and source relationships often do not allow them to meet the demands of subsistence, their labor is not always needed, violence remains Prostitutes ever present threat, and new, authoritarian relationships of power divide people from each Barrancabedmeja and constrict the boundaries of what is socially and politically imaginable. It then examines how, in the aftermath of the paramilitary takeover, fear, mistrust, and the enduring threat of violence gave rise to different understandings of the Barrancabermeja past and shaped the Barrancabermeja that working people could relate to each other and talk about the past, present, and future.
They also extorted weekly financial "contributions" from residents for the provision of "security. See also van Isschot for a useful discussion of the social movements in Barrancabermeja from the ss.
The Parastate in Colombia: It also underscores the ways that patronage systems play a key part in the livelihoods of urban residents, especially in a time of economic distress. In , however, he faced a difficult dilemma, when his terrified sister came to his house and informed him that paramilitaries threatened to kill her and an aunt, if he did not hand over community development funds earmarked for a new soccer field to them.
Within this context, ordinary people Barrancabermeja constantly contend with the ways that power and violence generate ruptures, discontinuities, and silences in their lives.
Yet it was precisely these organizations and traditions that the paramilitaries sought to eradicate and, in the process, gain control over a strategic oil-refining center and river port. Nowadays, Barrancabermeja projects a superficial air of normalcy. It should come as no surprise that the growing vulnerability and marginalization of ordinary people have made clientelism and patronage politics more important to the economic well being of many poor residents of the city.