4 Responses

  1. Ian December 20, 2011 at 9:18 am |

    Yes .The problem is now clearly defined..
    It is now time to stop wasting time defining it ,and spend more time on solutions .

    Essentially its a management and moral issue.

    The only way you change morals is to give people the incentive to change .

    We need an incentive ..The one emotion which changes people for the better is love ..of people and the creation …
    One fact is now obvious .The type of love to move people to make the needed changes CANNOT be self induced …..Ian

  2. Gerard December 19, 2011 at 8:17 pm |

    We all know we can’t make it happen, the establishment simply precludes that. Sadly, we are forced to await the unfolding disaster. Nihilistic……guess so…..but can you blame me?

  3. Frank White December 19, 2011 at 10:28 am |

    In answer to Rory’s pertinent question “How are we to do it?” I recommend Tim Gee’s new book, “Counterpoint: Making Change Happen”, which gets to the conceptual and practical roots of how social change can and does happen.

    For more information, check out “Can past social movements inform current campaigns? Absolutely, says Tim Gee in ‘Counterpower: Making Change Happen’” at http://snipurl.com/21aitqb

  4. Rory Short December 19, 2011 at 5:12 am |

    I agree completely, but how are we to do it?

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