Bergoglio also focuses on the green turning point. And we are not surprised, indeed. Once again, the Church of Rome reveals itself to be the handmaid of the new turbocapitalist world order and of the so-called “green turning point” or “ecological transition” if you prefer, that is to say of the new method of leaving the balance of power unchanged, to find sources business alternatives, so as not to hit the real managers, that is to say the bosses, and to pretend to have the environmental issue at heart. In this respect too, it is the surrender of the Church of Rome to the nihilistic relativism of the civilization of the markets.
Diego Fusaro (Turin 1983) teaches history of philosophy at the IASSP in Milan (Institute for High Strategic and Political Studies) and is the founder of the National Interest association (www.interessenazionale.net). Among his most fortunate books, “Welcome back Marx!” (Bompiani 2009), “The future is ours” (Bompiani 2009), “Thinking otherwise” (Einaudi 2017).