Billionaires, tyranny, and the brutal exploitation of the poor? It’s a phase.
Rev Dr Sparky
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My favorite part is that you contemplate a world that we’re not saved by some smart people who will ‘figure it out’ and save us from the slow moving death sentence we’ve created. Make believe Technological solutions have become our new form of religion, it’s our savior with no proof just belief. Where the message gets lost for me is the moral stance you take on the rich against the poor. Whether we have rich and poor or everyone was equal, we’d still be in the same predicament of peak oil, climate collapse and the potential of societal collapse. Kunstler has a phrase he uses when looking back at our decisions, “it seemed like a good idea at the time.” Our brains understand that we should care about our grandchildren, but we have not concept or concern about our great great grandchildren. The more I think about it, the more it seems like the natural order of things to consume without thinking on consequences. (Insert shrug)

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