Quickly a raw vision for the year 2022
I've been getting used to writing more. The truth is, I love writing. See that may even sound like more of the same, but I still prefer to say it, with more reason than emotion.
If anyone will still remember Julian Assange and how he was treated by the British, history will tell whether he was wronged or just a forgotten hero. This year will be one of the revelations. I have a feeling that a lot will happen, but this struggle for a world cosmogony is far from over.
As I warned, this one, like so many here, needs and must be fast. The text itself brings a welcoming vision, nothing crazier can come to pass on this earth. But we will take a walk through Brazil, my land and my place of origin and reflection. First of all, since the fall of the Berlin Wall, we heard here and there that history had ended, that it would no longer be written, and that capitalism had won. But this, as we will see, is not true. And on truth, I think it is worth another reflection on religion, so follow me.
In this last paragraph, I want to draw attention to the place of the country in Latin America. It is a rich place, in biodiversity, a place rich in fauna and flora. A continental country, this is Brazil. However, it is also worth remembering that, like many places in the world, there is a lot of social inequality here, and with all this richness, it is considered a poor country. Education is always hoping for better days, but honestly for this to really happen, many things would need to change, we'll leave that talk for another occasion. Let's come back here, to the elections. Quickly, the governments of the so-called MERCOSUR are aligned with neoliberal development, which means that they are conservative and defend a class and a lifestyle that does not distribute wealth, and this system has always been dominant in Brazil. Exactly 20 years ago, in 2002, Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, was elected president of Brazil. Now after 20 years of a new dispute (it is not certain that he will take part in the electoral race, he has not yet confirmed), on the battlefield the opponents are from a right-wing very keen to hold on to power. In addition to the current president Jair Bolsonaro, he has his former minister of justice, Sérgio Moro running. So no surprises, what to expect, a year of conflicts. In politics, for sure, issues like corruption, security, health, education, jobs, the usual menu, will come to the fore. In the dispute over the presidency in Brazil, it seems that everything will be tough. And whoever wins, democracy will be questioned, that's the impression around here. Issues such as the Amazon, climate change and human rights, especially immigration, will be raised. Last but not least, 200 years of independence of the Republic, and about its real independence, deserves another text. Veo you soon.