“Sooner or later, the moral blindness of this indifference comes to light, like when a mirage dissipates.
The wounds are there, they are a reality.
The unemployment is real, the violence is real, the corruption is real, the identity crisis is real, the gutting of democracies is real.
The system’s gangrene cannot be whitewashed forever because sooner or later the stench becomes too strong; and when it can no longer be denied, the same power that spawned this state of affairs sets about manipulating fear, insecurity, quarrels, and even people’s justified indignation, in order to shift the responsibility for all these ills onto a “non-neighbor”.
I am not speaking of anyone in particular, I am speaking of a social and political process that flourishes in many parts of the world and poses a grave danger for humanity.”