Miraism aims to seek an Absolute Renovation with Independence.
For centuries, various human clusters, ethnicities, towns and even countries have sought – through different means and actions – to achieve independence. This has been a constant through time, quite particularly during the last three centuries in several parts of the world.
Given the vital necessity that independence represents, nations with all kinds of development levels, fought for it. From the United States during the 18th century to Spain, which sought independence paradoxically in the 19th century; while other countries in Latin America – called in those days, viceroyalties or captaincies – became independent. Even our great host, Greece, also sought and achieved its independence between 1821 and 1832.
Certainly, many of the current Eastern European countries made use of this legitimate right at different times in the second half of the 20th century. It is also important to note that Ireland lived the greatest independence event in all of Western Europe during the last century. Africa, of course, was not the exception of the aforesaid century, as it was filled with conflagrations and independences.