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What We Could Have

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Tomorrow doesn't really exist. It is an imaginary place we create in our minds and then plan to build. On the night of April 15, the liner Hms. Titanic struck an iceberg and sank killing fifteen hundred. That afternoon they had plans and futures, but fate intervened. This future was not as it appeared. The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand altered the future of the world. The rise of the submarine the airplane and the machine gun altered the world giving a new view of lethality. They were in new territory know one knows for sure what will happen next.

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The madness of King George, Nero, Caligula and Mussolini. If only, he would appoint his horse proconsul! The mad king has emptied the cells of the Bastille for those able to exercise contriteness in the form of a check. We are at one of those moments, the Constitutional Crisis is upon us. The mad king is drawing up naughty and nice lists of the employed and the unemployed. Loyalty Uber ailes.

Tomorrow doesn't exist we have to make it exist. If this were a (superhero de jure) Man movie our hero just found his superpowers. If this isn't the eleventh hour its at least ten after and as dark as the future might appear is that appearance because we have no faith in ourselves? The enemy is fully exposed and at the full length of his tether. Getting intelligence briefings only from those who agree with you sounds like a recipe for disaster.

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