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This is the title of a book recently published by Alejandro Peña Esclusa that continues the saga of “The Sao Paulo Forum, A Continental Threat”, in which some topics of the culture war are succinctly presented, such as Malthusianism, sexual revolution, theology of liberation, indigenism, environmentalism, drug trafficking, pacifism, relativism, gender ideology, witchcraft, Satanism, among others.

The alliance celebrated between Fidel Castro and Lula Da Silva in July 1990 does not signify the resignation for the former of the armed struggle or for the latter of the electoral struggle, but rather it is the incarnation of the “combination of all forms of struggle.” a slogan aired by the left for decades and that finds its most complete expression here.

Given the defeat of the armed insurrections throughout the continent, with the sole exception of Nicaragua, the emphasis shifted towards the electoral route, trying to conquer power using democratic institutions and then destroy the system from within.

In any case, it is clear that the seizure of power is not only an act of force but also implies giving relevance to the issue of the consent of the population, what the Americans call “the conquest of hearts”, to achieve beyond mere consensus is the active collaboration of key sectors of the society that it is intended to dominate.

Antonio Gramsci is considered as the precursor of the cultural war, first leader of the Socialist Party, later he founded the Italian Communist Party and its official organ, the newspaper L´Unitá, by the way, the name adopted in Venezuela by the vegetarian left, in opposition to the carnivorous left, which is Stalinist or Castro, which amounts to the same thing.

For Gramsci, revolution is impossible without previously achieving a cultural victory, if a “hegemony”Which is the intellectual and moral direction of civil society; and only later would the power of the State, political society, which is the dictatorship, be seized, just as a silk glove covers an iron hand.

Ironically, the model that Gramsci follows to develop his vision is the Catholic Church, in which he admires above all the moral influence and spiritual power that it has over the people, what it aspires to win for the Communist Party, which should be like a Church and its doctrine. as a religion, but not transcendent but immanent, centered not on God but on man, without spiritual but material object, with its sights not on heaven but on earth.

This conception has serious practical consequences, because attention is diverted from the economic structure of society towards the ideological superstructure, together they constitute another essential concept, the “historical bloc”; but his analysis, as well as the role that Gramsci attributes to intellectuals, would take us too far.

It is interesting to note that hegemony is not only communicational, as became popular in Venezuela, but also includes the so-called ideological apparatuses of the State, which includes the educational system, from preschool to university, cultural organizations, from orchestras, as we have just recently seen, theater, cinema, museums, plastic arts, literature, be it narrative, poetry, essay, religion, be it Catholic, evangelical, even Santeria, folklore, culinary arts and any other form of human expression, above all, language.

This broad conception of the cultural struggle represents a disturbing challenge for lovers of freedom because, in general, communists start with an advantage, although they are few, they are an elite of professional revolutionaries, they are organized, they act with strict discipline and they have Plans, however bizarre, provide a guide for action; on the other hand, the liberals walk each one by his side, taking care of his own affairs, without observing what the others do and when they realize it, they are already surrounded.

Another no less serious challenge we could call the “ideological impermeability“Of the leftists, who are completely refractory not only to rational arguments but to the testimony of reality. The disasters that are in sight in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, do not affect the effort to do the same in Colombia, Peru, Chile or any country, even if they are in a much better situation than those.

It is inevitable to recognize that the left has achieved cultural dominance through tenacious and persistent struggle. Anyone who asks about a poet will surely come to mind Pablo Neruda, a writer García Márquez, a painter Pablo Picasso, it is no coincidence that they are all communist militants, as the left mobilized so that they would not give him the Nobel Prize to Jorge Luis Borges, claiming that he was a right-wing writer.

To the questions of the century: Why don’t we beat them? What are we doing wrong? What are we not doing? Where to begin? John Paul II already answered: “Do not be afraid.” This is the spring, the active principle of tyranny. Centuries ago Montesquieu wrote: “Like virtue in a Republic and honor in a monarchy, fear is necessary in a despotic government; but in this kind of government virtue is not necessary and honor would even be dangerous. “

Karl Marx mocked the idealists by saying that they were people who wanted to learn to swim before venturing into the water. Indeed, it is not possible to wait to have all the necessary conditions, “the muscle” they now say, to undertake the fight, but these are created along the way: The only way to transform reality is by transforming it.

It is a glaring and incontrovertible fact that the revolutionary rise in our entire region is promoted, advised, financed and sponsored from Europe and the United States by public and private institutions, which for very different reasons find the internal conflict and the disintegration of our countries promising and profitable. .

How could we change this, which is completely out of our reach? You have to do your homework: In a broken and disorderly world the imperative is said by the Jews with a beautiful expression, Ticun Olam, which means “to repair the world.” For our purposes it can be interpreted as putting it back on its feet. Given that Marx recognized idealism but “turning it upside down”, that is, postulating that world upside down, which we so abhor.

This is as simple as realizing that the right is the right hand and the left is the left, better to be wise than ignorant, educated than to indulge in vulgarity, the venerable noble as the despicable villain, being rich is good and poor is bad, you have to get to the heart of the Marxist fallacy: some are not oppressors and others are not oppressed.

Only an unshakable faith, a deeply rooted firmness in principle, a solid disposition for struggle and sacrifice, can face and reverse a situation that seems hopeless. The good news is that every day and with increasing frequency we see that disposition appear first in hundreds, then in thousands, perhaps soon there will be millions of compatriots who wake up to this harsh reality and are preparing to do what is necessary.

We see notable examples in the community of Madrid, Argentina, Chile, that when this enemy is confronted without fear and without complexes, it is defeated.

The dissolution of the Castro regime can be explained as the loss of its hegemony.

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This is the title of a book recently published by Alejandro Peña Esclusa that continues the saga of “The Sao Paulo Forum, A Continental Threat”, in which some topics of the culture war are succinctly presented, such as Malthusianism, sexual revolution, theology of liberation, indigenism, environmentalism, drug trafficking, pacifism, relativism, gender ideology, witchcraft, Satanism, among others.

The alliance celebrated between Fidel Castro and Lula Da Silva in July 1990 does not signify the resignation for the former of the armed struggle or for the latter of the electoral struggle, but rather it is the incarnation of the “combination of all forms of struggle.” a slogan aired by the left for decades and that finds its most complete expression here.

Given the defeat of the armed insurrections throughout the continent, with the sole exception of Nicaragua, the emphasis shifted towards the electoral route, trying to conquer power using democratic institutions and then destroy the system from within.

In any case, it is clear that the seizure of power is not only an act of force but also implies giving relevance to the issue of the consent of the population, what the Americans call “the conquest of hearts”, to achieve beyond mere consensus is the active collaboration of key sectors of the society that it is intended to dominate.

Antonio Gramsci is considered as the precursor of the cultural war, first leader of the Socialist Party, later he founded the Italian Communist Party and its official organ, the newspaper L´Unitá, by the way, the name adopted in Venezuela by the vegetarian left, in opposition to the carnivorous left, which is Stalinist or Castro, which amounts to the same thing.

For Gramsci, revolution is impossible without previously achieving a cultural victory, if a “hegemony”Which is the intellectual and moral direction of civil society; and only later would the power of the State, political society, which is the dictatorship, be seized, just as a silk glove covers an iron hand.

Ironically, the model that Gramsci follows to develop his vision is the Catholic Church, in which he admires above all the moral influence and spiritual power that it has over the people, what it aspires to win for the Communist Party, which should be like a Church and its doctrine. as a religion, but not transcendent but immanent, centered not on God but on man, without spiritual but material object, with its sights not on heaven but on earth.

This conception has serious practical consequences, because attention is diverted from the economic structure of society towards the ideological superstructure, together they constitute another essential concept, the “historical bloc”; but his analysis, as well as the role that Gramsci attributes to intellectuals, would take us too far.

It is interesting to note that hegemony is not only communicational, as became popular in Venezuela, but also includes the so-called ideological apparatuses of the State, which includes the educational system, from preschool to university, cultural organizations, from orchestras, as we have just recently seen, theater, cinema, museums, plastic arts, literature, be it narrative, poetry, essay, religion, be it Catholic, evangelical, even Santeria, folklore, culinary arts and any other form of human expression, above all, language.

This broad conception of the cultural struggle represents a disturbing challenge for lovers of freedom because, in general, communists start with an advantage, although they are few, they are an elite of professional revolutionaries, they are organized, they act with strict discipline and they have Plans, however bizarre, provide a guide for action; on the other hand, the liberals walk each one by his side, taking care of his own affairs, without observing what the others do and when they realize it, they are already surrounded.

Another no less serious challenge we could call the “ideological impermeability“Of the leftists, who are completely refractory not only to rational arguments but to the testimony of reality. The disasters that are in sight in Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, do not affect the effort to do the same in Colombia, Peru, Chile or any country, even if they are in a much better situation than those.

It is inevitable to recognize that the left has achieved cultural dominance through tenacious and persistent struggle. Anyone who asks about a poet will surely come to mind Pablo Neruda, a writer García Márquez, a painter Pablo Picasso, it is no coincidence that they are all communist militants, as the left mobilized so that they would not give him the Nobel Prize to Jorge Luis Borges, claiming that he was a right-wing writer.

To the questions of the century: Why don’t we beat them? What are we doing wrong? What are we not doing? Where to begin? John Paul II already answered: “Do not be afraid.” This is the spring, the active principle of tyranny. Centuries ago Montesquieu wrote: “Like virtue in a Republic and honor in a monarchy, fear is necessary in a despotic government; but in this kind of government virtue is not necessary and honor would even be dangerous. “

Karl Marx mocked the idealists by saying that they were people who wanted to learn to swim before venturing into the water. Indeed, it is not possible to wait to have all the necessary conditions, “the muscle” they now say, to undertake the fight, but these are created along the way: The only way to transform reality is by transforming it.

It is a glaring and incontrovertible fact that the revolutionary rise in our entire region is promoted, advised, financed and sponsored from Europe and the United States by public and private institutions, which for very different reasons find the internal conflict and the disintegration of our countries promising and profitable. .

How could we change this, which is completely out of our reach? You have to do your homework: In a broken and disorderly world the imperative is said by the Jews with a beautiful expression, Ticun Olam, which means “to repair the world.” For our purposes it can be interpreted as putting it back on its feet. Given that Marx recognized idealism but “turning it upside down”, that is, postulating that world upside down, which we so abhor.

This is as simple as realizing that the right is the right hand and the left is the left, better to be wise than ignorant, educated than to indulge in vulgarity, the venerable noble as the despicable villain, being rich is good and poor is bad, you have to get to the heart of the Marxist fallacy: some are not oppressors and others are not oppressed.

Only an unshakable faith, a deeply rooted firmness in principle, a solid disposition for struggle and sacrifice, can face and reverse a situation that seems hopeless. The good news is that every day and with increasing frequency we see that disposition appear first in hundreds, then in thousands, perhaps soon there will be millions of compatriots who wake up to this harsh reality and are preparing to do what is necessary.

We see notable examples in the community of Madrid, Argentina, Chile, that when this enemy is confronted without fear and without complexes, it is defeated.

The dissolution of the Castro regime can be explained as the loss of its hegemony.

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