Published on January 28, 2022 Author : Nancy (Admin) Diaspora* account of respondent : Search email@example.com
Hello Vee McMillen my question would be from an anthropological point of view, because I saw this link in your description, how do you see the era of today?
I am fine with answering your question.
If you look at cultures over the long term, this era we have now has happened many times in what we call civilized societies. The attempt to have equality always fails, especially in large groups. I don't believe people are equal, or only in specific areas, and depending on the opportunity that the society allows. People do not have equal strength, skills, intelligence, sanity, or education. The ability to care for and help others in the group is also not equal, or missing in some, and they often decide to control others.
What we have now in the New World Order, Great Reset, whatever you call it, is an attempt at a domination of the world's governments. I don't believe this could possibly succeed; people have risen up throughout history when they have suffered enough. This attempt is more propaganda than force so far, but that will most likely change.
There will always be people who want to be in charge, to rule, to have more money, power, things, whatever. In a free society religion and upbringing by families (parents and extended family) can help the society follow laws and morals, ethics. This can't work with complete totalitarian government control, because there is always corruption and lack of values at that level.
These, of course, are my opinions. The seven deadly sins can ruin even the best intentions.
One thing I want to add is the interesting story of Booker T. Washington. I read his biography in our book club sessions, and I was amazed at what he accomplished for the slaves that had been freed. A lot of 'well'meaning' people in the government gave these men jobs immediate; provided them a new suit and shoes and off they go to some bureaucratic setting, where they were completely out of place and failed miserably.
Washington set up a trade school, where the ex-slaves attended classes on a variety of topics, and then would go to the trade teaching for skills. One thing they made were bricks, and they would sell them to the people in the area. There were many examples of this kind of thing, and he made a huge impact on their lives. I think societies that teach and trade skills and knowledge have the best models for success.