Making reference to a text written by Vargas Llosa and entitled “The Cheap intellectual”, Ayala told Prensa Latina that “now we can say that he is a convert and the most despicable writer at the service of the system.”
He pointed out that the Literature Nobel Prize winner “has no moral authority to attack the Cuban Revolution, after having benefited from it in a devious way.”
Ayala added that Vargas Llosa, ally of extremist groups such as Vox, “encourages fascist regimes and acts as an ideologist when, in reality, what he does is to accumulate more economic wealth, but at the same time impoverishing the value of human dignity.”
Ayala has an extensive bibliography in defense of the Aymara culture and has also written on political and social issues.
Among his most recent works, “Los abismos de Mario Vargas Llosa” (Mario Vargas Llosa’s abysses) stands out, as it provides documentary evidence and analyzes the novelist’s journey from his leftist militancy to his conversion into a defender of fascist governments in Latin America.