What Story? Does Portuguese colonialism still “persecute” Afro-Asian religions? | Opinion

1. We know that today History is also part, in the context of a vague and hurried vision of the world and of a knowledge that is not based on the document and the conscience of the past, of a big umbrella that shelters all the opinions about the past, the present and even the future. The time is long gone, in our case since Herculaneum, when people fought for an objective History, narrated and interpreted based on all kinds of sources, which implies a lot of work.

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