Well, since antiquity, appeared trends and ways, large currents of thought and actors in political life: captivating, persuading or even imposing their point of view. And we’ve had them all. From speakers narcissistic and grandiose, saviors of the fatherland that emulate tribunes in the midst of the Roman Senate, until the demagogues who disguise their totalitarianism, passing by the supposed defenders of marginalized, determined revolutionaries who rebuild the nation, architects of home remedies that will give good health to the economy, benefactors that will bring prosperity for all road, etc. Surely many will continue believing in his inflated and hollow speeches. However, I don’t believe in politicians. The policy is and will always be the same. Disguised as big purposes, preacher of very noble ideas that hide a real game of domains and deceit, of advantages at the expense of the weakest, pestered and illegal, agreements of covenants on unexpected and voluble but very convenient (although they were immoral), overlapping of concessions and gains made in the backroom.
Because it is this game and who does not know to play it is better that it does not come on. The system is imperfect since its origin. And I don’t believe in this system. Though there are some few gullible people in the midst who think that their attempts to reform it will be sufficient. A handful of good will does not change the system. There are those who come to power by the ballot box or hereditarily (meaning a high judiciary, i.e.: President, Prime Minister, parliamentary or until monarch) pushed simply by personal glory, by a strange sense of predestination; others by low benefit and benefit his own instinct (including friends) with all the privileges that the charge can bestow. Either way, at least do think really is in those whom they represent, unless, we refer to the real ascent drivers that are actual backrest (people who achieved positions of trust, large contracts or laws tailored to their ambitions).