planning for the future
DRAFTIn some respects, it doesn't matter all that much, what the crooks at the top of the heap are doing to destroy the quality of life for the rest of us.
History has shown, over and over, that the tyrants eventually get what they have wrought. They get their chance to have their names placed in the recordings of human folly. They get identified for what they have done and are so recognized accordingly.
If we had "key words" to the lives of tyrants past they would include: infamy, rebuke, exile, social revulsion, ostracism, execution.
This knowledge certainly doesn't make for comfort in the short run, like right now, but they provide some solace when planning for the future; for the future past tyrants envisioned oft-times is far and apart from what evolves.
Having said this, the next step is to get from worrying about the obvious, and to plan for what to do and how to pick up the pieces after the current band of tyrants collapse...and they shall. Don't ask me how [for I am no prophet
] just be prepared for the aftermath.
There are some overarching aras that must be dealt with and addressed. These may include, but are not limited to:
Restore the social infrastructure
Develop a distribution network of goods and services that benefits everyone
Re-establish social equity and justice
Develop and maintain sustainable resource ethics
Promote fair trade values
Re-establish communications avenues
Enforce values that espose economic equity