Apr 04, 2022
In Welcome to the Forum
One last question that we leave open is whether both the government and the opposition, which until now have maintained antagonistic positions that imply the exclusion of the "other" and the consideration of him as the enemy to be defeated, they will be willing to establish a "humanitarian truce" in the face of growing discontent and political tensions that could fuel mobile phone number list social unrest due to the worsening humanitarian crisis. How to transform the enemy into an adversary with whom agreements can be built in the short, medium and long term to face mobile phone number list this economic, political and humanitarian crisis and open an electoral route? It does not offer favorable conditions either for the emergence of an agrarian party or for giving the spokesmen for the new agriculture greater influence over mobile phone number list party organizations. Much less so in a political culture that has always been hostile to partiessingle-issue . The field has greater visibility and even legitimacy. But if there is something he does not have, it is a political future. A sustainable model? Three kinds of objections have been raised against agrarian capitalism today. Some dismiss it by emphasizing the socially destructive effect of mobile phone number list large-scale agriculture on small local rural communities. Others, on the other hand, raise questions regarding their environmental sustainability. Finally, a third line challenges its contribution, via «sojization», to a supposed reprimarization of the productive structure. All these criticisms must be carefully analyzed, since they refer to relevant and sensitive issues. It would be strange if a productive expansion process did not have mobile phone number list negative edges. To approach their true significance, however, it is necessary to place them in a broader perspective, not always present in studies on the subject. Thus, for example, those who emphasize the negative effects of the agricultural boom at the local level rarely take into account that, far from being an unprecedented phenomenon, we are in any case facing a new stage in the secular urbanization process, driven by migration to the city, which marked the region from very early on. In our country, the rural community utopia (often reactionary in inspiration) was always more seductive for the intellectual elites than for the subjects it was supposed to benefit.