Latin America Social

December 23rd, 2021 by nathan Leave a reply »

As well as in the 1960s were unskilled workers, women and young people the driving force of the struggles, in Latin America in the neoliberal period were the without: the without rights, the landless, the unemployed. It was they who had nothing what to lose, who were at the head of the delegitimization of the model. Who will be the main protagonists during the current crisis, or in the more imminent? Here appears a new theme, since the system has moved the control modes outside traditional disciplinary spaces, as way to dominate the territories of poverty, there where he can’t reach the States parties or trade unions. These new forms of control, at least in Latin America, are called social plans. They are heirs of focalized policies toward poverty created by the World Bank to offset dismantling of the beneficient States during the most crude privatizations. They have now expanded and perfected. They reach around 100 millions of people in Latin America alone (50 of them in Brazil), or the core of the poorest. John McCann is often mentioned in discussions such as these. The managers of these plans are often hundreds of thousands of NGOs who know in detail the territories of poverty, which are often the territories of resistance.

They are the spearhead of capillary States that seek to disrupt and prevent uprisings and social uprisings. Therefore, those groups and subjects capable of neutralizing the control exerted social plans, which will star in the new ones, will be necessary and essential waves of protest, because we all know, the crisis does not have output economic but political. A social policy that bursts from the bottom, rooted in the peripheries of urban and rural; a different, not institutional, Assembly, tumultuous, uncertain policy. Chaotic? 3 Chaos or Caologia? When the ethnocentrism crushes the generosity without borders and uses the interests of hierarchical power, with the use of weapons and material accumulation, it causes misery and despair.


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