What Does Age Of Uncertainties Mean?

Reflections of my productive but lazy morning coffee

I am 28 and I read newsPAPER while having breakfast.

A simple change of orientation in many governments was called by greater media “Age of Uncertainties”. If a simple change may cause uncertainties, was the other age too good? And if we adopt this discourse, is “uncertainty” something disgusting? Did the Age of Certainties cause good efforts in the rest of society? To be honest, whatever they told you about Age of Uncertainties Is dead wrong…and here’s why.

Firstly, the creators of this expression should show about the refusal of a population. Unfortunately, it doesn’t happen in social sciences. They just base their opinions in a theoretical base, where effects are often too far from their causes. Their perception lies only on one side of knowledge prism.

Even if it’s just an illusion, ‘uncertainties’ have to do with lack of intervention.What to do without ‘Mother State’? Do we really have certainties when the system provides with your entire life? They just don’t figure out that their wonderful system was adopted by ignorance.

The negligent behavior of the silent majority was fragility supported by two arguments. The one which I call “immutable system fallacy” and the other called “opinion of people”. Both arguments don’t sustain themselves. Let’s see more about each one.

Concerning the first argument, they think this system has been the same one since humans started living in sedentary societies. To be honest, although, in circles, the system is constantly changing. It’s what Paul Rosenberg calls “The Great Calendar”, a cycle with four divisions: Failure, Recharge, Work, and Entropy. The current political system lies between the first and the second stages. It failed, and many people call it the end of civilization, the triumph of disorder and inhuman behavior. No, it isn’t the end of the world. It’s a very painful transition to the second stage. A new system recharges, where societal control and collectivism will no longer be tolerated.

The second one has to do with a lack of personal engagement.I mean, they don’t see themselves as part of the system, just as insignificant outsiders in constant need of attention. Someone has to do something for them: medical plans, environmental acts, minimum wages, income redistribution… It’s easier than work harder to conquer it all. In other words, it’s a risk aversion which allowed some collectivist and leftist leaders — the so-called ‘good guys’. When people finally woke up from this unavoidable delirium, many defenders of this system has been defeated or win with some difficulties around the world.

After reading some of these arguments, we can calmly answer the question from the title. What does age of uncertainties mean? It means the answer to the population to the frivolity and inconsistency of Progressivism. Progressives are the best one to point problems and create enemies, but the worst one to solve problems and tell people why their enemies are their enemies. If their perfect system is questioned both by the population and by the political opposition, they start attacking verbally or creating absurd theories. Is this uncertainty?

Läyeh LCS is the mother of DiploHeart, a blogger, a podcaster, an article writer, an enthusiast of liberty ideas and, although not so good in mathematics, learned with the worst expériences ever how not to live from paycheck to paycheck.

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