Dear Mrs. Erica,
Today I read your article "Why I wrote The Hate Factory" from a link that a reader of the Brazilian digital newspaper" Mídia Sem Máscara" (Media Without Mask)* posted as a comment to an article about homeschooling. In this article, you said that you were very astonished by the fact that you had never heard about Auguste Comte, a man whose contribution to the destruction of the Western civilization was certainly very important.
So, I thought you would like to know this: what about a country whose flag is based on an assertion of this "great philosopher"? In the Brazilian flag is written "Ordem e Progresso" (Order and Progress), which was a suggestion of the Brazilian positivists Benjamin Constant and Raimundo Teixeira Mendes, in honor of their great master statement "Love as a principle, Order as a basis and Progress as an end".
The flag of the Brazilian Republic was adopted in 1889, and since then this country has been cursed. Now, 120 years later, the superior culture is totally destroyed, and I can't see how to repair it, at least in the next 120 years. Maybe it has been destroyed until the Final Judgement.
So, I can tell you that I'm very aware of who was Auguste Comte, and in a physical level, I would say. In Brazil , every year 50.000 people are murdered (officially, not counting the non-registered cases). It's a very dangerous place, where people are threatened by their own government, that purposely ignores criminality, and even supports it. By acting so, this government doesn't have to do the dirty job, and its paws are kept clean. This is truly a "Hate Factory", this infernal environment being the final apex of Auguste Comte, Karl Marx and Antonio Gramsci (have you heard about him?) ideas.
Good Luck and congratulations for your excellent work,
Márcio Gonçalves Soares
Natal/RN - Brazil
* This electronic newspaper was founded by the Brazilian philosopher Olavo de Carvalho.He is living now in Richmond, Virginia. He had to leave the country because he was suffering death threats for denouncing the situation here in Brazil. His website is www.olavodecarvalho.org. There are also good articles in English and other languages, too.