Now that “soft commerce” has been globalized since the end of the 20th century, one must grant that it has the advantage of a plasticity and a capacity for survival enjoyed by few regimes up to the present.
Violence is not merely a matter of arms. For half a century, a world system has been imposed, the system of “soft commerce.” Soft as bombs. It dominates peoples under the guise of democracy, breaking down the most sacred customs. This new violence reigns thanks to the drugs of consumption and guilt. It is not, however, without resistance.