Well, in the processes of personification of the q'aras in Bolivia there is a conjunction between modesty and shame on those who have Iberian ancestry as a result, precisely, of postcolonial differentiation processes. I explain below. (a) The descendants of the mobile phone number list colonizers monopolized the discourse of «authority» and «power», resulting from the European occupation that separates them from those who have been historically mobile phone number list degraded by the processes of slavery, servitude and language16.
Therefore, "they have not been segregated, and eventually marked in speech and language," thanks to their racial traits. Thus, "whites" ( q'aras) appear mobile phone number list not to be racialized. Hommi Bhabha affirms that this sense of authority has been constructed from a "complex strategy of reform, regulation and discipline" that appropriates the "other" while visualizing his own power.
He calls this sense of authority –present in mobile phone number list postcolonial discourse– «mimicry» and defines it as the representation of difference based on the negation of the «other». Denying the «other» is, then, the constitutive action of self-affirming «one». Now then, the libertarian speech of 1825 (foundation of the Republic) has made the colonial domain to be seen as a curtailment of individual freedoms, particularly of the indigenous. Certainly, it has been built on the guilt of the dominant subject in a paradoxical transaction.