Tag: climate change
One feels enough hasn’t been stressed about the underlying rot of authoritarian governance that permeates the USA. Having lightly mentioned a topic that should be prominent in the concern of We The People, is the habit, as in addiction, of products foisted upon the public without assurance of safety.
Unstable mental health in the USA has been a topic of conversation lately. Perhaps we should speak of individual instances of inanity along with the societal attitudes that support instability.
Gentrification doesn’t impact only black communities, but is significant in rural regions where industrialization-for-energy-products have undermined long-standing and well-established communities. In FACT, the process isn’t only about industrialization, but has catered to campaign-donor interests who are often located outside of the region, over the interests of local communities. But the black community is an excellent place to start in rectification.
MONEY IS NOT SPEECH
One is grateful for reminders of the reality of the era of the ’70’s that can be characterized by involvement in social issues by young people. The issues eventually were captured into political camps for campaign purposes, as subtly as the young people were strained off to the service of those who could be suspected as being the perpetrators of the problems in he first place. Earth Day seems a great time to consider the underlying malevolence beneath the entirety.
C-Span is illuminating as usual. A caller spoke of the wealth of military equipment the USA has left around the globe, free for the taking by others. She implied this is a bad idea.
DICTATORSHIP OR ORGANIZED CRIME?
A time existed when posing this question would have felt uncomfortable. That ship has sailed.
COOPERATION OR COMPETITION?
The concept that “we’re only human” can be used as an excuse or an inspiration. The system of capitalism has been described as offering the greatest good to the most people. This may be true until it isn’t.
TOUGH NUT TO CRACK
A key component in a democracy is people and our actions.
Humanity is a much more interesting topic than capitalistic hierarchical Establishment wishes to acknowledge. “Western values” wrings out to cash, and that which must be removed is the heart and soul of people and nature, for profits. The system is effective because who doesn’t want cash, until you realize the cost is your soul and heart. Capitalistic hierarchical Establishment characters have recently alluded to the concern that AI would be dangerous to humanity, and one suggests also to nature. Better late than never to acknowledge.
COLONIZED MIND THOUGHT
Denial must be the official mindset to forget North America is colonized. The result seems to have been destruction of nature and and acceptance of Climate Change. The latest “breaking news”? Little Rock, Arkansas.
The following Organic Consumers link highlights several disturbing realities, not the least of which is masks for cows.
The simplicity of trust in nature could be the key.
RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE
Short of harm to another or the environment, this could work as a policy.
FENCES AND AUTHORITY
The following is one example of incredibly widespread moral bankruptcy that is aside from financial. The stock market is an indication of the general tendency to place greed over life. Jamie Dimon seemed to lead a willing Obama (everybody does it) to reward Financial Meltdown perpetrators in 2008 when he could have chosen to uplift consumers.