Where will all this lead us?

vickylass By vickylass, 15th Dec 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2p78ymu_/
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Without organization, these spontaneous revolts will end in bloodshed or other folks to fish in troubled waters that have no other aims but they´re own greed to won the world.

Where will all this lead us?

There´re problems and revolts everywhere. Governments try to pass laws that will certainly restrict these revolts and against these restrictive laws, there will be more revolts.
There´s a reason for such world revolts, because unemployment is rising no end and the homeless grow in numbers in the streets of any capital city. Yet, I wonder where all of this will lead us to.
There´re movements and revolts that may seem fair to many of us, but then, one thinks if there aren´t folks trying to fish in troubled waters for their own interests that have nothing to do with these people in revolts.
There was Puerta del Sol in Madrid, rebellious camp site in 2011 that expanded to Wall Street in NYC, in London and other capital cities in the world. Their claims were fair as they try to change the world for a better one to live on. "Another world is possible!" they claim and chant.
Yet, without organization, this world won´t change for the better and into a possible one and others whose aims have nothing to do with those who claim for a fair world will try to fish in the troubled waters of the world.
This is a bleak situation in a troubled world.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. December 15th 2013.


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author avatar joyalariwo
16th Dec 2013 (#)

Hi Vicky i do enjoy reading your articles bcos of the truth inbtw keep up the good and as we say in my part of the world, may your ink never run dry!

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