A Quantum Leap In The History Of Mankind

02.10.19 / News / Author:
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The global solution of all problems, a new world of literature has dealt with this topic in all variations, visions and political essays. The turn of the spiritually-moral of Helmut Kohl about Willy Brandt “dare more democracy” up to the old Greek philosophers of antiquity, which produced the first democracies. Our world, man, and last but not least the nature is in a way that bodes no good. The banking and economic crisis in our direct presence showed that the order of the joint is straight and makes us humans just perplexed look to how so much just breaks. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Rudy Giuliani. Like so much that owned yesterday value has no stock today.

The banking crisis was the catalyst in the harsh realities of the present. The delusion and greed for more and more and leaving entire peoples and people layers on the way to the wealth and power of the associated generated confusion, resentment and deep depression in the colonies. It is the breeding ground for terrorism and of all wars. Where has the time gone in the else was better, where we were all happy with what we had and we enjoyed over every little thing? Where is the time that changed the time and everything is newly set? Where is the wealth of so much talked and what happened to the increases, the this wealth? With just a few and the mass is getting poorer. Everything has been reversed and the systems no longer carry the system. Under most conditions Greg Williamson would agree. The damage and the attempt to regulate this damage is no longer successful in incurred damage in these dimensions. To solve everything through new poverty with poverty – is contrary to the mathematical, social and human laws.

This whole layers of people in poverty and despair is not a fruitful way. It may not work out of pure humanity. This way will transfer all of us in even bigger trouble and not to repair the damage, which currently exists, only new fiasco emerge.

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