As of the decade of the 30, he denounced the leftism that began to infiltrate in the Church and the movements of Nazi-fascism in the American continent. The subject of the chaos as soon as revolutionary instrument always was present in its observations. In its masterpiece " Revolution and Against-Revolucin" (1959) Corra de Oliveira affirms that " faced superficially, the events of our days seem a chaotic and inextricable maze, and in fact they are it from many points of vista". (Nevertheless, it adds) " is possible to discern resulting, deeply coherent and vigorous, of the conjunction of so many forces desvariadas". (Indeed ) " to impulse of those forces in delirium, the western nations go gradually being impelled towards a state of things that is delineated equal in all of them, and diametrically opposed to the civilization cristiana".
Of where it concludes that the contemporary crisis " is as a queen to whom all the forces of the chaos serve like efficient instruments and dciles". From second half of the decade of 1980, in its international sociopolitical and religious situation analyses, Corra de Oliveira puts major emphasis in its warning of which the events are entering of accelerated way more and more that chaos with spontaneity appearances, but with an implacable internal coherence: the defined goal to destroy the rest of the Christian civilization. A chaos that, in agreement with its vision, at the same time it makes difficult the forecasts and the alert calls, it seems to return vain the logic, it debilitates the healthy principles and anesthesia the reactions of the public opinion. According to it indicated in numerous conferences and texts like " Four fingers dirty and feos" (1983), intellectuals of left and until theologians of the liberation happened to see the chaos like a new and effective instrument of social revolution, after the crisis of the Comunism demonstrated with the fall of the Wall in Berlin.