Saturday, April 6, 2013

WTF World? Shakily coexisting opposites.

If marriage and the subsequent attempt to share one’s life, taught me one thing, its that we’re all gonna burn.  Trying to believe in both free will and causality simultaneously forces one into situations where there have to be separate rules for individual cases as well as that the application of those rules will be piecemeal and corrupted, thus any type of actual system is impossible and the only thing left is madness.

My great dilemma is that I am stuck at a period of time when my species is choosing to ignore what little it understands about the workings of the universe, to the great detriment of all life on Earth.
It would seem that nothing I could do would change anything in a productive manner. Sure I could influence the world in a negative manner, theoretically, via extreme eco-terrorism such as attempting to cover Antarctic ice with dark soil with the intent to accelerate melting in order to flood coastal cities, or detonate a nuclear device at the upriver base of anyone of the worlds great damns creating a wall of radioactive water that could flatten any communities downstream, but there is nothing other that targeting and reducing the human race, as a whole, that could potentially starve off the likes of a humanitarian and ecological disaster as dramatic as the Crimean Extinction.

Communism and Socialism, in the West, have a stigma attached to them due to the horrors associated with the repression of peoples under various communist rules. The problem here is that communism ultimately failed do to the manipulation wrought by individuals, but primarily the lack of technology needed to hear the voice of the people, and that none of the major communist players were a post-capitalist society; all of them were essentially pre-industrial at the time of their communist conversion.
As it stands, there are only about ten countries are currently ripe for a post-capitalist revolution, where due to the eventual nature of capitalism the cord that bridges the battle cry of  “free enterprise” and the disparity of wealth that inherently grows with market share control (otherwise known as wealth). But especially in America, we are so close to the cliff that we’ve just shut our eyes and started screaming. Concerning the global economy, when the debt bubble soon bursts, the following bubbles will not exist as they used to and will return to being based on the real-time availability of food, water, and fuel and less on immaterial markets. We will have entered into combat with each other and everyone.

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