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It is my nature, from the cradle, a clear aversion to debates and topics about politics. I am not registered with any party or political party movement nor do I take part in any activity associated with the topic.

Nobody is, in sound mind, in favor of corruption. All governments make mistakes, to varying degrees. Investigations must be conducted, and those proven guilty will have to suffer the penalties established by law, according to clean legal proceedings, taken by the Judicial Branch.

It is important to consider, however, that the national vices in lack of ethics and morality are profound, centuries old and widespread, manifesting themselves in everyday life, since the sly attitude of cheating at school to the shameful “typical Brazilian way” of escaping the rules “to score” at any cost, oftentimes to the detriment of others.

Being the opposition of the federal government or not, it urges that we respect the fundamental democratic principles, above feuds or personal and group opinions, so that evils much more harmful than the ones we intend to eliminate do not come to pass.

On the other hand, there is the collective unconscious phenomenon, which kind of subdivides itself into regions defined by cultural, linguistic and even, in a certain way, geographical boundaries.

Let us remember the cultured and civilized Germany, which let itself to be fascinated by an eloquent and schizoid villain, and that, during World War II, almost led humankind to the Armageddon.

If we want to have a more impartial perspective of what happens politically in Brazil, in such serious and disturbed, historical and deep crisis that we face, let us check the analysis made by respectable organs of international press (see links below), in different countries, more institutionally matured, especially in those where there is impartial and fair journalism, in the mainstream media – the good Brazilian journalists are either hidden from the most influential vehicles of communication in their homeland, or, if inside of them, they lie gagged.

As a citizen – and not exactly as a spiritual leader —, I cannot overlook such a relevant topic, because silencing implies cowardly condoning with the forces of evil that intend to set the country into the path chaos and its harmful implications, with damages of unpredictable dimension and nature for all (!), but always with greater suffering of the the least favored part of the population.

Hypocritical religious people would recommend only silence and prayer, more concerned with their own image than with following their consciences. Well, good prayer leads to action, courageous and open action in the fight for the common good! Believing to have superior virtue and serenity, such pseudo-wise religious people do not know the true JESUS, who, with whip in hand and flaming truths on His tongue, expelled the unscrupulous merchants from the Temple of Jerusalem, the main seat of government in Israel at that time, next to the palaces of Herod and Pontius Pilate!…

There are no sides: there is Brazil and the Brazilian people. However, there is a sinister wave of disaggregation contrary to both, although it disguises itself, as all diabolical geniuses do, under elegant labels of ill-constituted dignity, seducing millions of incautious individuals.

I will not reveal if I express this severe opinion in the name of the Sublime Spirituality. Let us think and act with good sense, discernment and social responsibility, and it will not be difficult to see where the fallacy and the lie are, camouflaged by elaborate speeches, allegedly patriotic and well-intentioned.

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar
April 16, 2016
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