A pandemic like this that we are living with COVID19 that contaminates everyone in the world with an enormous amount of deaths per day, drastically changing everyone's routine, is particularly violent in a country like Brazil and others in South America, with high rates of social inequality, a large number of unemployed people living in adverse conditions. This health crisis added to the economic and social crisis makes the scene of everyday life a show of horrors, opens the legacy that capitalism with the absence of public policies on housing, health, basic sanitation, security and work and income. The lack of possibility of seeking food, the adverse conditions of life, the domestic violence that increases with confinement, the increase in alcohol consumption, the precariousness of the domestic work to which the women of the periphery were subjected, without salary, without rights yet are not enough to understand that capitalism kills, because it exposes vulnerabilities with no chance of fighting for survival. The neoliberal project bleeds most people's lives, however, more than astonishment and indignation, people do not react beyond solidarity initiatives. And Psychology demonstrates its inertia in the proposal of an individual “care” or universal recommendations so that people learn to live and control stress. Where Psychology needs to develop in order to strengthen people and groups and enable the advance of consciousness to move them towards effective social change - a new future where the dignity of life for all is possible and an environment free from destruction.