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Vote, freedom and justice

In 1789, an immense rallying cry was launched for what is known as the French Revolution, whose mission would be to confront and destroy the so-called “old regime.” Now “a new” doctrine-thought appears for a different reality and that is why freedom, equality and fraternity are proclaimed as major symbols of coexistence.

This is what it says to break with the old Greco-Roman mold of a democracy with slaves, only for citizens and that does not exclude monarchy, oligarchy and tyranny. The new French democratic doctrine proclaims a freedom that entails an equality that does not exist in reality.

Within it remains the trace of the old way of governing. And this connects with the presidentialism that Napoleon Bonaparte began in 1848 and that concluded with Napoleon III in 1870, designated as the last French monarch. The advent of a constitutional-republican presidentialism separated from all shadows of the past is then assumed.
But can it be said that global presidentialism is totally free of the monarch, king, prince, owner of all knowledge, forecasts, decisions and all powers? Over time, presidentialism is also “the work of God.”

Hence the infallible, creative and leadership capacity of the “very illustrious Mr. President.” Nobody with the strength and depth of thought of him for the action of perspectives and transcendence. A true representative of the Almighty on earth. This is how his subjects perceive it, guided and directed towards magical-religious fanaticism, a generator of revenge and irrepressible and growing hatred in defense of a cause that is considered eternal.

And the reply may arise to point out that there are variants in the action of the exercise of power and indicate, for example, that in the case of Venezuela it must be noted that presidentialism has gone through the stages of the kinglets, but that it reached full democracy and freedom.

Now, is it understood that a democracy implies the plenitude of the individual and his social order and that freedom goes beyond exercising the cry or the word, and that its realization is subject to the guarantee of the satisfaction of the needs to have and cultivate life in its strict and natural extension?

Sancho, will this quasi-humanity continue to preach its democracy and freedom apart from the eating and living first that the Bertolt Brechts ask for?


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