When people are deprived of wealth while others burns their’s on image. What will happen next? The people distracted by work, news, a so called life, to suppress is the end. When a common goal is set, strike and protest will reach the feet of giants, hell will be thrown to the desk of gold. I’m a Marxist dream of revolution. Uprising of peace waged with war for justice and the uncovering of right and wrong, to settle the debt of the people and nation. I lived through the time when the world woke up, sparked the greatest change is history, when storms recked the foundations of hope and homes. Greed burned a hole in the pockets of powers, it blurred the numbers of bank statements making them come up short in shaky hands. To speed up the progression of humanity by making these mistakes now, in this modern era. Unbalance division of wealth is an age old problem that will meet it’s match through the connectivity of the world. Aldous Huxley said that “Men do not learn much from the lessons of history, and that itself is the most important of all the lessons of history.” Sovereign nations should use history as the basis for policy, or at least be consulting with an eye doctor the see what is on the horizon. The progress of liberty has been made only on the surface. How long can things really continue down the same path as they’ve been on, major problems have only been pushed back to be dealt with later. Major change is frightening and is sure to piss off a lot of people but if something isn’t done to fix how our government operates were going to be worse off than if we implement change today.
History shows that empires fall, unbalance of wealth, opportunity, and happiness. We are all hungry, some for success others just for food. All men are created equal sure, but show me how that applies in the social world. The social contract binds us to this dream that is on display in magazines and movies. “We are the all singing all dancing crap of the world” – Tyler Durden It is happening all around us, the craziness of the world presented in an appealing syntax to spark our interest. So we can have a moment of grief, gratefulness, or a shake of the head then we go on our way. Although the Earth centered model of the universe, we now know is wrong, we still go about business as if we are. The world is in our heads, we cruise through space around a black hole, laughing through infinate space, the only way to go.
Are some people content with not achieving great things? If giving the opportunity who wouldn’t? Many of us settle with what we can get by with. Is that because his or her dreams seem to far away? Is it the way a person is raised from a young age, or the environment they’re born into? Are some people just more naturally driven towards success and power while others are happy with what life gives them. Perspective is everything, I could wake up each morning and be happy with the food, comfort, and security that many of us desirer so badly. But even then unless I am a monk or an removed from society, that wouldn’t satisfy me or most people as it appears. Does this show us a glimpse of human nature? That if a person knows what is possible economically then he or she won’t rest a day till they are satisfied. But in early agrarian civilizations I think it is known that people didn’t behave this way. Or perhaps whoever grew the most wheat got the most women? Since our physical needs are accommodated so easily in modern society that it allows us to be creative and competitive. Then why aren’t all of us driven the same way as other? Is it television’s fault? Maybe a person does believe he or she is doing great things and that alone is enough for that person. In that case what is the determining factor between that person and any successful figure that has worked their way to the top. Where I arrive at now is that people are different, interest and what makes them happy. We are all born with different skill and ability, therefore what makes one person happy does not have to apply to the next. Why and How? If you believe in destiny then I know your answer. Or is that just what makes humans so successful, interesting and beautiful creatures. We vary more than any other known species, but we know that our genetic make up only differs by less than 1%. So it has to be our awesome brains then. It is true that some people are born with higher intelligence than others, but does that cross over to drive and competitiveness. Are others just more animalistic which causes them to want to out do his or her neighbor.
If you live in America you were told that competition is good, a sort of laissez faire mentality; and in sports it is completely necessary. But perhaps we have reached a point of interconnectedness through the internet, that if something is good people are going to find out about it. The reason we have a hundred different brands of toilet paper is because someone thinks that it is profitable to sell it. Lets say we got ride of every single unnecessary company and job and only kept business that sold a good product or service at a fair price, and anyone else was told to go home and do the thing they love. Perhaps you wouldn’t need a job, perhaps for every Facebook like you got was worth a bit coin or some sort of adjusted currency that if you were to express yourself online and when people like it it would be profitable. Maybe you had to work a real job that people in a functioning society depends on i.e. construction worker. work as that for till a certain age then if you feel ready you could stop and pick up a hobby or do what ever it is you love. There would constantly be a new body of employees ready to put in there time. If it turns out that working in a restaurant is what makes you happy you would be free to do it for as long as you liked, obviously earning more than you would as on the peer rewarded retirement so to speak.
I’m going to end it there, my point being is, I think there is a better way to run a society, who knows what the future will hold for us, with nano technology and such, where are we going on this crazy ride.