It is available here. According to Wikipedia, mi general was a nickname sometimes used by General Pinochet's supporters.

Is it modern or contemporary? In the former case I would like to know who wrote it.

  • Oldest reference I could find online with a quickie search was April of 2015 (and uncredited). I'd find that suspicious for a song in English, but for a South American Spanish song, I don't know. Also, the guy seems to have become a modern Nazi hero. I need a brain bath.
    – T.E.D.
    Commented May 15, 2017 at 13:34
  • That YouTube link is presently broken; is there another reference for the song? Commented Nov 23, 2018 at 5:25

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There are earlier references to this song, however, the most complete version of this song I was able to find was this one.


It not only includes much clearer audio than any other version; it also has a speech at the beginning over an instrumental of the song, confirming that the instrumentals and vocals were recorded separately.

The song clearly mentions its author as Luis Checho Gonzalez Jimenez. After some digging, I found a Wikipedia page about a Chilean 70's singer called Luis "Checho" Orlando Gonzalez Jimenez.


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    Nice work. Here is another source that credits him with the song: pesniclub.com/text/… Commented Aug 19, 2019 at 5:07
  • In case it's not obvious, the Wikipedia link is to someone's private notes, not to an official Wikipedia article.
    – tripleee
    Commented Oct 22, 2022 at 20:38

It seems that Willy Bascuñan is the composer as well as singer.


The song is Adios Mi General and it was composed after Pinochet's death. Somehow it seems that it is being used by a far right podcast.

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    Sources would greatly improve this answer. Commented Nov 20, 2018 at 22:36

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