posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by Doalrite
I don't share your optimism. People have become too dependent on the system to overturn it, and change is not slow but impossible from within at this
point, the system itself has become self correcting...
Even when we notice major flaws, the system operates in a way that only the minimum is done for the shortest time solution especially in relation to
political cycles or geopolitical interests.
Governments have so far failed to address tree of the primary human needs that should have been universally solved, habitation/safety, food and water,
these problems have been with us since the beginning and still require an answer, even more than a pursuit of for personal freedom, because without a
guarantee of those basic needs no one is really free and the one that controls them has power over those than do not...
For a brief time consider the span of human existence and why haven't this tree simple things haven't become the right of every human on this
planet. Things are as better and they are worst, we haven't gone much further into improving the human condition than that of our cave dwelling
ancestors. Only a minority has gained some temporary assurance of their needs but at the cost of the misery of others...