The internal crisis

The internal crisis

The years of internal turmoil have already begun. What many thought the first half of the 21st century would bring are now even more perplexed by the complexities of life today. Amid the government’s inadequacies to deal with the growing continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic and the rush to administer a so-called vaccine to the entire population, all contributed to the ongoing catastrophe of this pandemic.

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The results we are seeing have intensified the growing inner anxiety.

The reactions of many, especially in government, have only contributed to the plight that millions face every day.

When we look at what is really happening on a daily basis, the complexities have caused many to disregard the basic rights of civility. A more civil society should have been realized by now.

And yet, the rudimentary orientation that would have made it all happen was lost in translation by the divisive factors that could multiply.

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Today, we are faced with a pandemic that should not have been, deadly armed violence on a daily basis, a lost generation of intellectual growth, a planet facing irreparable environmental damage, a continuation of confronted nations and more fatal contingencies facing humanity. This is all part of the complexities of our existence today.

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By all appearances, it has been the United States government in particular that continues to fail to bring a harmonious unity to the brotherhood of humanity. With all that is going on, many of us can’t help but think that our world will face ominous times ahead. With so many facing urgent crises today, it has uselessly rendered governments virtually unable to alleviate the many urgent crises that are sweeping across the world.

In the United States, the current infrastructure and reconciliation projects ahead of Congress are attempts to ease many of the burdens facing millions of Americas. But like everything else the congress did, especially when it came to improving lives and livelihoods, they always presented too little and too late. Today, with your infrastructure bill you come at a time when so often it really is too late and doesn’t address many of the other pressing priorities these nations need.

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