2023 as the scenario of the return of reason

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The values ​​on which Western culture is based have been subjected to a silent attack for at least four decades by the widows of Marxism-Leninism who saw in the compartmentalization of the population the way to cloud the overall vision and pierce democratic institutions. This is how their leaders began to divide us into women against men; Afro-descendants against Anglo-Saxons; homosexuals against heterosexuals and many other group classifications more. This tactic allows the totalitarian cause to recover from the defeat experienced in all latitudes of the globe in the decade of the seventies and eighties when the people opted for freedom. It is in this temporary space that the majority of the nations gave signs of preferring political systems based on the separation of state and church; the rule of law rule; the separation of powers and; respect for a set of citizen rights among which the right to self-determination (freely elect rulers) stands out; The expression; association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. the separation of powers and; respect for a set of citizen rights among which the right to self-determination (freely elect rulers) stands out; The expression; association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. the separation of powers and; respect for a set of citizen rights among which the right to self-determination (freely elect rulers) stands out; The expression; association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. respect for a set of citizen rights among which the right to self-determination (freely elect rulers) stand out; The expression; association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. respect for a set of citizen rights among which the right to self-determination (freely elect rulers) stands out; The expression; association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. association and private property. This new way of conceiving and managing power allowed trade to grow; education will be universalized and citizens will participate in shaping public policies. So that concepts like the dictatorship of the proletariat; the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress. the single party and the transfer of individual will to the state could not take root or have any success in the leading nations of the world whose majority of the population preferred freedom. Nor did emerging markets seem to be enthused by this narrative that seemed mismatched to progress.

For this reason, beginning in the seventies, a silent war began against the pillars of Western culture. The heirs of Marxism indicated that it was not a question of destroying democracies but of perfecting them. Because in each democracy there was a nucleus of the population excluded from progress. Therefore, it was necessary to identify each nucleus and promote the emergence of leaderships capable of compartmentalizing the various struggles for equality, respect for civil rights and access to opportunities for progress. And in that process the overall vision was lost; the causes became partisans and the population became polarized. A polarized population prevents the efficient functioning of any democracy because it is impossible to make decisions on time and with good sense.

And the absence of democratic dialogue and consensus building leads to the paralysis of the institutions and with it the citizen disbelief in them. The system of administration of justice begins to be doubted; of the electoral system; of the mayors; of the benefits of commerce and more and more state intervention is demanded. In short, it disrupts the legal system and the institutional framework that freed man from tyrannies. Anarchy begins to take hold and with it the population seeks refuge in greater state intervention.

This macabre cycle seems to be coming to an end. Because COVID 19 unleashed an evaluation of the situation of individuals and nations that has led to the conviction that changes are only achieved when all of civil society supports them. In Europe, a marked preference among citizens for strengthening the rule of law is beginning to be seen clearly. This is seen in the mobilizations against Victor Órban"s attempts to overwhelm Hungarian civil society. In France, Spain and Portugal the forces of the extreme right and left are giving way to movements for democratic redemption. In the United States, the Republican party is evaluating leadership options other than Donald Trump, and in Latin America, Chile and Brazil have begun a kind of democratic renewal inspired by Montesquieu. Peru meanwhile has prevented a head of state with radical leanings from creating anarchy or economic collapse. And in Bolivia, the people of Santa Cruz fight every day for the right to freedom. Interesting signs to analyze in 2023!!