CHILE : "I just know it's not Marx. It's more like Bakunin." Today is the time of organizations, collectives, hoods and horizontality. The government, didn’t understand that this is a struggle that began long before the return to democracy, since it was a struggle by which we all stand up, pobladores (small poor family farmers), students, workers, stay-at-home mom and dad, children and young people who wanted a new Social Contract that would include everyone. But in the end, we obtained, a social pact at the level of political parties, which did not include anyone but themselves. Moreover, they have been legislating agreements that have benefited them and through them to the great fortunes of Chile. We already said it at the end of the 80s, that what was born was a partitocracy, since the only way that is observed and allowed to represent or be a representative is through political parties. In the 90s, a new way of connecting and acting was devised, which questions the authoritarian and exclusive structure of traditional organizations. However, with practices brought from the 80's, organizations have been built that have slowly been co-opted and impregnated with authoritarianism and untrue leadership (This doesn’t mean that a “true” leadership could exist or be acceptable). However, there are still organizations whose objective is still the inclusive Social Contract, and it is these who manifest themselves without leaders, without representative and manage to permeate the entire society, which slowly discovers its strength and its solidarity of struggle. This fight in almost 4 weeks has managed to make visible in an active and alarming way the most urgent demands, which have nothing to do with the $ 30 metro ticket’s price, but much more with the looters who are returning the stolen goods to the people, or with the case of the dry rivers, with many people unable to feed their animals or maintain their crops, while a single “señor” can keeps many hectares very well watered. Today, as well as those rivers that return to their flow, the people as a whole, through social and popular organizations, far from parties that have been for many decades directors of the struggles, have also begun to walk in a way of self-representation, taking action and speaking by them selves, pointing to the profound changes that question this model of radical capitalism. Read more about CHILE : "I just know it's not Marx. It's more like Bakunin."