Subduing by colonizing the minds

The colonization of the minds is a subduing instrument of societies that are forced to support, or at least ignore, policies that infringe upon their own interests and needs. These policies, promoted by privileged minorities, preserve and reproduce subduing situations.

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Captured democracies

It has taken centuries to replace autocratic for democratic governments to let our democracies end up captured by very powerful minorities. Despite new ways and circumstances, the challenge that humanity faces since ancient times to make progress in equity, justice, and solidarity is still in force.

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Enthroned corruption (every type of corruption)

Corruption has developed in almost every dimension of the economic, social, political, media, judicial and event religious functioning. It has become a systemic phenomenon and, as such, it needs to be addressed and its consequences solved. Particular actions on specific facts are not capable of holding the expansion and reproduction of corruption. Even more, voluntary or involuntarily, partial answers can help deviate the attention away from main fields of corruption, such as the corruption made by certain large economic groups, the corruption related to organized crime, and the corruption linked with the management of public resources.

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