After all of my years of life and my decades long study of economic systems, social systems, financial systems, and political systems, I have concluded the they are all based on one primary false assumption. The false assumption that we can always depend on an infinite supply of earthly resources. The world is like a fish tank with 6 billion inhabitants and the water is getting murkier by the year if not month.
When the â€œInfinite Supply Paradigmâ€ smashes into the â€œFinite Resource Realityâ€, it will be a sustained collision of epic proportions! One that mother earth herself (and ALL of her incredible biodiversity) will be in grave danger of contamination so severe it could take hundreds if not thousands of years for her to cleanse herself. Yes, if we managed our worldwide resources with an eye toward a healthy state of equilibrium things could definitely be much more sustainable, but from my observations, that is not going to happen any time soon.
Throughout history Reigning empires (aka Superpowers) that are economically faltering, either collapse outright (i.e. the Soviet Union) or they go to war (10,000 years of history verifies that).Â All of the â€˜state ismsâ€ that are now primarily controlled by global corporate entities, which Iâ€™ll remind the unacquainted -are economic machines driven towards short term profit and have no regard for anything that impedes them from attaining their objectives. The corporation is a legally protected entity that is allowed to engage in profit making endeavors that are not clearly identifiable as harmful to mankind in the short term, but in the long term, common sense cries out to us and tells us they are rotten to the core!Â They are so powerful, they literally control governments!!!
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