Poor / Arm

How could it look like?

The monetary system – that gives incentives – to be good humans – developing living sustainable lifes – passing on that knowledge of sustainable survival to children and grand-children.

Now Democracy is as corrupted as it is now – mankind desperately needs better ways to cooperate – in peace.

Survival on Mars will be way tougher than on Earth.

Even on our beloved blue “space ship” Earth and a lot of people struggle to survive even on Earth – largely triggered by non-sustainable lifestyles and the ignorance of the rich that derive their riches largely from privileges/rights on possessions (real estate, companies, mines, fishy profit shoveling laws) and powerful to not bring about self-sustainable-change which would free the poor from poverty.

Some try – and i respect those who try – but unless a critical mass does all one can do – to improve survival on Earth and Mars – mankind has no future.

 

superb documentary “System Error – How will capitalism end?” (Optiz, 2018)#

PS: faster machines are nice – but sufficient fast machines are sufficient/enough – going faster and faster will not rescue the planet – a holistic concept for sustainable survival of life on this planet could.

Links:

https://medium.com/@Swartzchild/the-cancer-of-capitalism-92d82bd01089

2011: US to stick in crisis until new economic paradigm is found – Jesse Jackson

Racial, social and economic justice must prevail in the US’ priorities today, says one of America’s leading civil rights activists Reverend Jesse Jackson.

Jesse Louis Jackson Sr. ( Burns; born October 8, 1941) is an American civil rights activist, Baptist minister, and politician.

He was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1984 and 1988 and served as a shadow U.S. Senator for the District of Columbia from 1991 to 1997.

After his second semester at that predominantly white school, Jackson transferred to North Carolina A&T, a historically black university in Greensboro, North Carolina. Accounts of the reasons for this transfer differ. Jackson has claimed that he changed schools because racial prejudice prevented him from playing quarterback and limited his participation on a competitive public-speaking team.[6][7]

He is the founder of the organizations that merged to form Rainbow/PUSH.