The Fragility of Iberian America in the Face of Western NGOs

The Fragility of Iberian America in the Face of Western NGOs

On the 26th and 27th of February, the Russian Federation hosted over 500 participants from more than 130 countries in Moscow to challenge Western hegemony in the Second Congress of the International Russophile Movement (MIR).

UWI documents in the following days some speeches delivered in the congress. Today we publish the presentation of Raphael Machado, Political scientist / Leader of the New Resistance in Brazil.

The Fragility of Iberian America in the Face of Western NGOs

First of all, it’s an honor to be here with you. Thank you very much for inviting me.

Last year there was also a Multipolar Forum, but a virtual one. And on that occasion, I spoke about the virtue of courage in Multipolarity and its importance. And now I’d like to return to this theme, because all of us who are here are risking many things. Our jobs, our freedoms, even our lives.

I’ll give you a personal example. After last year’s Virtual Multipolar Forum, a process began to take my job away. For example, my contact with some of the people at the Forum was denounced. Then, in November last year, the US State Department dedicated a report of more than 20 pages to me and another comrade, Comrade Lucas Leiroz, also from Brazil. They denounced us as agents, as spies, disinformers, etc… And after that, not only he and I received death threats via Telegram, threats from unknown people.

So, well, we’re risking a lot here. So I salute the courage of everyone here.

Now, you may wonder why these things happen even in Brazil, which is a BRICS member.

I would say that the key element lies precisely in this cultural, intellectual and spiritual sphere addressed in this Forum. Because we Ibero-Americans have not yet begun to do the kind of work that, for example, Professor Dugin does for the Eurasian civilization, of thinking about what unites us as such, the Being of our civilization.

And this is precisely the point where we are fragile in the face of globalist powers and non-governmental organizations.

Look, Russia has expelled several of these NGOs, China has also expelled them, India too, and African countries are following suit by expelling several of these non-governmental organizations and foundations. What about us and our community?

The truth is that on our continent, many presidents choose their ministers from the lists of George Soros’ Open Society and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, among others. This is a big problem, because this is how the infiltration of spiritual, cultural and intellectual subversion begins.

So what happens to us? We can’t work on a vision of the future if we’re always victims of this kind of subversion, because we no longer know who we are.

We no longer have the kind of conscience that existed at the time of Juan Domingo Perón or Getúlio Vargas. Nor do we have ideas like, for example, those of Mexican José Vasconcellos and his vision of a cosmic race, in other words, the idea of unity, of fusion between peoples. Because Our America is a space for the fusion of other ancient civilizations, Iberian Europe, the pre-Columbian world, West Africa, all with their dramatic and tragic elements, but building a new civilization together.

And here in the Global South, we have an example with Africans, who are already debating all these issues and are aware of the evils and dangers of non-governmental organizations. And we share concerns about health with them, but also, for example, the issue of woke ideology in general and similar agendas.

Finally, it should be pointed out that these non-governmental organizations and foundations have turned many of our continent’s left-wing parties into subsidiaries of the US Democratic Party, so that in every election our left-wing parties are always saying: “I’m with Biden, I’m with Obama, I’m with Clinton, etc.”.

And in the end, the result is always the same.

So thank you all very much, and long live the great homeland.

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