A few months ago we went from publishing articles in Communia almost daily, to publishing them a couple of times a week. The reasons are tactical and strategic.
The whole of South America seems to be convulsing in a series of more or less violent economic and political crises. Meanwhile, in the background, the new presidency of a Lula consecrated by the buffoonish and vandalistic farewell of Bolsonarism, begins to reorganize relations with Argentina and lay the foundations for a historic change in the balances and dependencies between regional national capitals and global powers... awakening resistances and accelerating internal struggles in the countries of the region.
The reappearance in the neighborhoods of a religious morality that objectifies women by the hand of the lumpen and the petty bourgeoisie, the warmongering alliance between militarism and feminism and the invention of a "Generation Z" wary of social networks, will mark a tendency in the immediate future.
Ten years ago now, the British channel Channel 4 premiered "Utopia". Utopia, without an anticlimax or breaks, unfolded a brutal and funny plot built on vaccines, viruses created in laboratories, non-existent epidemics and ministers controlled by big pharma. How could the authors predict the conspiracy boom that was coming?