“The Gods have died!”, the villagers cried.
“What should we do? Mourn? Grieve? Plead?”, the Chief asked the Priest, desperate.
“No”, said the Priest, looking at the sky, afraid.
Here’s a tiny question. Are we idearupt? As in: bankrupt of great ideas?
Go ahead. Name me an “ism” that still works.
Conservatism? #LOL. Liberalism? #lol. Capitalism, or what’s left of it? Sure, maybe for billionaires. “Libertarianism”? I invite you to Mogadishu, good sir. Socialism…syndicalism…anarchism…mercantilism…revanchism…shit!!
Wait. What about…Bronyism?
Perhaps you see my point.
We’re living through a kind of implosion. Not just of institutions—that much is obvious. But a collapse of institutions that was detonated by an implosion.
Yesterday’s ideas about how to organize societies and economies simply don’t work anymore.
And so we’re left in a vacuum. What’s a vacuum? A void. An emptiness. An absence. We’re out of good…
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