173 years have passed, since the Communist Manifesto was first published and the situation is basically unrevised.
Money – Commodity – more Money
The variables may have changed, but the equation is still the same. Added value always comes from exploitation — of anybody or anything.
... if they don't have masks.
You know what I'm referring to. You do.
We're all in this together.
Chances are equal, but consequences are veeeeery different.
The main motivation in modern societies is of economic nature. You always need to doubt the information you're being given, because maybe — just maybe — it might not be the truth that's beneficial to the provider. In general: Doubt everything.
Extremes can be problematic, as we know. And there's no such thing as eternal growth.
We need to handle resources in a appreciative and sustainable way and stop mindless consumerism.
What's important to you? Where would you stop it?