Who do we blame?
Politicians. Banks. Big Business.
Who don’t we blame?
Wh0 votes in politicians? Who uses banks? Who buys from big business?
How are we not to blame?
The stark reality is that if we voted more wisely, if we refused to play ball with the banks, and if we became more discerning in what we bought, politicians, banks and big business would behave very differently.
We are to blame.
We talk about Big Brother. About how media brainwashes us. We know they exist. But what do we do?
Because deep down we don’t want to know or care.
WE control the world we live in by doing NOTHING. If we so SOMETHING that will change.
Will we do something?
Only when we have no choice.
And by then it may be too late.
Think about that…
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Here are just a few;
- Global Warming
- Alternative Energy Sources
- Alternative Living & Living Off The Grid
- The Education Trap
- Diminishing Resources
- Humans – An Inferior Species?
It’s not my intention to be provocative, arrogant, ignorant or scathing. I don’t want to talk about bad guys. That’s easy and a cop-out. The bottom line is we’re all in this together and it’s time we acted like we were.
My goal is to try and out a different spin on the questions we keep asking ourselves and, by doing so, to try and find new answers. My hope is to make things better for everyone.
So please join me if you’d like to try something new.
Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided?
To imagine civilization is about to collapse is not entirely accurate. There are pockets of humanity that do not depend on technology or Western values to survive. They are beyond our reach. While we may well perish, they shall be given the opportunity to flourish.
This argument, while extremely important, reminds me of the ongoing “Save The World” debate. It’s nonsense. The world will be here long after we are gone. We we need to try and save is ourselves. That we confuse humanity with the world is a symptom of our arrogance and it is our arrogance that may play a major role in our undoing.
We live in dangerous times. And who do we blame? Not ourselves.
We know things are bad but we go about our daily lives like nothing is happening. Why?
Are we that afraid?
This blog is going to ask questions like;
- Was 9/11 a US government and banking conspiracy?
- Is oil going to run out?
- Are we on the brink of a global collapse?
We’re not going to ask these questions because the truth is they’re a given. But they’re also a distraction from the real questions?
In “A Few Good Men”, an enraged Colonel Jessep tells Kaffee (Tom Cruise) that “You don’t want the truth because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties, you want me on that wall, you need me on that wall.” The question is, are we doing the same?
As long as we blame 9/11 on terrorism or a conspiracy, are we failing to ask the right questions?
And, if so, what can we try to do about it?
It’s time to sit up, wake up, and try not to any longer fuck it up.
The challenge to do so starts here…