It was thirty years ago, in another century, another era, another world: liberal democracy was believed to be assured of its final reign in the political history of humanity.
It was called to extend to the last recesses of the planet, or almost, driven by the sense of history, supposed to resolve its contradictions by drying up human passions.
History would no longer be tragic, but a long calm river, men now investing their ardor in the conquest of material goods and the satisfaction of their individual needs.
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This liberal utopia seems dated today.
It has not resisted the demographic change in Western societies, which has fractured their socio-cultural cohesion.
Exaggeratedly heterogeneous societies are fundamentally confrontational, even if most of the mainstream media persist in listing this brutalization of existence in a thousand different facts.
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