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(en) Brazil, Lula, Dirceu and culture "left" (pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 28 Dec 2012 17:01:13 +0200


What these two men did their own paths? What is this political culture? ---- On Dec. 22 the former minister Josà Dirceu de Oliveira Silva received a columnist for Folha de Sao Paulo early in her apartment. Among the snippets of conversation reproduced by the newspaper Frias, strikes me just what had already been highlighted as the editorial Carta Maior, this portal of critical support to the government. The former guerrilla underscores the failure of his party to not create "a culture of communication and left the country. Even in the United States have it, newspapers left, leftist theater, cinema left. It is a left different from them, but that is entirely against the right. Here in Brazil we do not have anything. " ---- While this reflection is valid and justified, seems way out tactic.

Paraphrasing our greatest poet, it is worth asking: "Only now JosÃ?" Yes, because ten years after the rise of the greatest popular leader in Brazil's history, reaching the plateau through a pact signed in class Letter to the Brazilian People, it is difficult believe it. Or understanding the culture of "black cover more" is just a cosmetic veneer, or the generation of PT leaders did not understand what you read (if read) the concept of class culture, operating as a standard and code of conduct.

Sounds like pastiche imagine an oppositional cultural production in a country where the improvement of living conditions has not gone anywhere near the increase in social mobilization. Unlike other center-left governments in Latin America, the dispute here is reduced to the political arena, isolating the economic struggle and direct employment creation kits cheers for the national business. In the ideological front, there was a reversal of roles. As in the work of George Orwell, the new ruling elite of the farm is identified with former enemies. Finally, the contradiction is such that neither the good policies of the Ministry of Culture, Gilberto Gil when directed by Joey Ferreira or never received budget and supports necessary for their proper development. Anyone who knows minimally scarce resources of the Web or of culture points agree with the criticism.

It's hard to admit, but the "culture" promoted in the last ten years, although it was not elitist, promoted the "bastantÃo." Consumption sumptuous, large-scale cultural garbage, direct employment and social demobilization. The values ââare circling conservative adherence to the system is integral and dominant sectors have nothing to worry about with Lula and Dilma now, ahead of the Executive Branch.
Bruno Lima Rocha

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