Let's Transition Into Sanity Instead
If you belong in any category it is Earthling. There is not a one of us that is not a participant in the atmospheric physics of this planet. We breathe out carbon dioxide that plants breathe in. The plants then release oxygen that we breathe in. We are, thus, cells in the atmosphere of Gaia, the Earth. We, like all living beings on Earth alongside everything are here for the sake of everybody else.
We must transition from a mindset of domination to one of cooperation.
According to Transition Voice. Com, neo-liberalism is an approach to economics and social conditions in which control of economic factors is shifted from the public sector to the private. The main points of neo-liberalism includes:
1. The rule of the market;
2. Cutting expenditure for social services (e.g., health care and education);
4. Privatization and
5. Eliminating the concept of the public good or community.
Transition Town is a worldwide movement fostering and empowering communities, families, and individuals. The goal within Transition Town is to unfold healthy communities, not people drinking the addictive mentality of corporate media. This corporate media, in turn, focuses on a dumbing-down of the population. "Keep them mesmerized and stupid" is the mode of operation of the corporate world. Transition Towns, organic and true communities, could help more people become wise.
The Transition website (http://transitionus.org/) states California has become more interested in being the eighth largest economy than it has been in serving the needs of its 40 million people. The overall mentality of the USA reflects California. Money and markets come first (and the lining the pockets of the Koch Brothers, Rothchilds, etc.). Amigo Bob Constanza, a prominent California organic advisor, warns Maine Organic Farmers, "Keep it small. Stay local. Stay diversified"The wholesale market sucks! If you scale up to that level, you 'Californicate' yourself."
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