Sunday, May 28, 2017

Rising Disconent Across The Globe

Rising discontent, an evolving trend I have discussed for years, continues to hide in plain sight, though are certainly beginning to recognize it. Decades of declining standard of livings have strained individuals and families throughout many western economies. Acceleration of these trends during periods of economic stress and crisis has only served to intensify the bad feeling and aggressive finger-pointing, increasingly observable within both the public and private sectors.

History shows us that finger-pointing and scapegoating are not new human behaviors. While the recipients of the anger, those that see the fingers pointed towards them, change over time, they consistently appear during periods of economic, political, and social stress. Stress is coming. We must fight the urge to point fingers, or millions will die or suffer as result of it.

Love and compassion always guides humanity through to the next level of social and human evolution. Trouble is, ego, self-righteousness, and a few other lousy human tendencies ensure that humanity will likely fail to recognize the path of least resistance it (again).

Headline: Republican candidate charged with assault after 'body-slamming' Guardian reporter

The Republican candidate for Montana’s congressional seat has been charged with misdemeanor assault after he is alleged to have slammed a Guardian reporter to the floor on the eve of the state’s special election, breaking his glasses and shouting: “Get the hell out of here.”

Ben Jacobs, a Guardian political reporter, was asking Greg Gianforte, a tech millionaire endorsed by Donald Trump, about the Republican healthcare plan when the candidate allegedly “body-slammed” the reporter.



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