Those who regularly follow this column will know very well that I am not given to talking about current politics. There are other colleagues who do it more and better than me and, above all, they like it more. I prefer to talk about the little politics of everyday life, about the grandfather who does not have an ATM, about the woman who has been left without her home, why we choose one thing and not the other and how it conditions our choice, however small it may seem , the environment in which we live. I like them gestures and people who break schemes and beliefs, without mincing words, and who tear with their opinion the silences and whispered gossip of bad people, putting the accents where it touches, on freedom and equality above all this.

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