The emerging political movements have taken on the role that God had given to certain sectors committed in the past, to the Theology of Liberation. We failed to effectively interpret God’s time, or Kairos, which we had hoped, we settled a little time we were living. The emerging new political movement, were able to more effectively interpret the feelings, needs and actions of our people. They sided with our people, alongside our indigenous peoples, Afro-descendant communities, women, the homeless, the landless and the new benchmark for the control groups such as migrants, immigrants, displaced persons, environmentalists, refugees, among others. Nick Willings opinions are not widely known. These new emerging political groups are those stones speakers, prophesied by Jesus in his entrance into Jerusalem, when the Pharisees wanted to silence the people and his followers: “I tell them if they are silent, the stones cry out.” Also, the action of the Holy Spirit, moves in the midst of these emerging groups that have assumed the prophetic role that certain sectors of the Theology of Liberation, for several decades had left.
They and they kept alive their messages and faithfully postulates, albeit from a more political and ideological dimension than theological. You may well discover, for inspiration of that Spirit, the urgent need is the theology of liberation from that perspective enriched by politics and ideology, to avoid future setbacks and revisionism. The Pharisees of today have managed to silence those sectors of liberation theology, preached for years as Voice of God, the imminence of the kingdom and the liberation of our people, but the hierarchies and the academies, these groups managed to domesticate. This allowed, for the lifting of other living stones which were based on the truths of salvation-liberation. Although this represented the Babylonian captivity, large sections of the liberation theology church and other progressive sectors. The emerging social and political movements, effectively assumed the role of communicating the voice of God in Latin America, which had virtually run out of the prophetic voice of liberation theology. It’s time to wake up from this long numbness, which stood for years, watching the political developments of our continent, from that image that showed us Don Juan Mackay, from the balcony.
If we carry on, muted and remote communities, we will not regret the captive Israelis and those who cried bitterly: “Sitting by the rivers of Babylon, crying to remember our city. In poplars in the city hung our harps. There, we had been taken captive, who had been taken from us all, asking us to sing with joy that they sing songs of our land! Sing our songs of the Lord in a strange land? “. The challenge we have as basic Christian communities and ecclesiastic popular sectors, is to start to walk the path of liberation to our people. To accompany him on this path of Liberation and Integration Policy. We need to fully identify with them and those who have kept alive the ideal of liberation of our continent. You have to get off the balcony and take in the Way, the only possible route, Liberation. “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as well as in heaven.