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  • Democracies’ future

    Nowadays, democracies go through a transition phase full of risks and opportunities. In the United States and European countries, in South East Asia, Africa, and Latin America, democracies were not able to move away from a suicidal trajectory towards the most abject wealth concentration and environmental destruction. This route of democracies is not only appalling but also unsustainable. As it is always the case with “troubled waters,” unscrupulous fishermen rush to take advantage of the situation, while large majorities startlingly observe the social and environmental destiny that falls upon them. It is not the time to give away the new ...

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  • No more democratic fundamentalism

    Privileged minorities would have us to believe that there is only one type of democracy, the one which serves them. This is far from being the case: there is a diversity of possible democratic constructions. A democracy that has not been built to favor the general wellbeing and the protection of the environment is neither solid nor sustainable; sooner or later it generates failures and dangerous frustrations.

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  • Assault to the common good

    One of the most perverse effects of the parliamentary coup d’état, deposing the president with reasons legally challenged by the most respected jurists in our country and abroad, was to impose an economic and social project of adjustments and legal changes that constitute an assault on the already underdog common good.

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  • Initiatives

    Unacceptable      Just eight men own the same wealth as 3500 million persons the poorest half of the world. Read the report   Héroes Colectivos: Cantos de Barrio (Neighborhood Songs)   Mama Look A Boo                Nat King Cole and Harry Belafonte

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  • Reflections

    Regarding the self-exploitation in neoliberalism In the neoliberal regime of self-exploitation one directs the aggression towards oneself. This self-aggressiveness does not transform the exploited into a revolutionary but rather into a depressed. Byung-Chul Han   Regarding holistic and conventional medicine Holistic and conventional medicines take two different attitudes toward power: active and passive. The chemical treatments of conventional medicine require no conscious participation on the part of the patient, but a holistic technique like visualization is enhanced by an active, involved patient. An energy connection occurs, in other words, between the consciousness of the patient and the healing capacity of ...

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