CHANGE FOR THE BETTER, FOR A CHANGE

When everything changes for the worse, and nothing changes for the better, the end has begun.

This climate change is the only thing we humans cannot change.

The other three developments:

Exponentially-increasing overpopulation,

Economic globalization,

And especially Digital-Age technology,

These three things we can change.

When nothing changes for the better, how can we be optimistic?

When nothing changes for the better, how can we be hopeful?

If the American people wised up, and elected a truly independent president–the first since George Washington–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people stopped their federal government’s support of the Zionist State (“Israel”)–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people had their federal government make laws to stop U.S. corporations from outsourcing American jobs to foreign countries–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people had their federal government cede most of its land to Native Americans of all tribes–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people had their state governments pass laws absolutely prohibiting any mobile-device usage while driving–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people in the Southern United States stopped their state and local governments’ cultural genocide against the Southern United States–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people had their federal government overturn Roe v. Wade–the Supreme Court ruling that has been responsible for the unnecessary deaths of millions of unborn human beings–and started using contraception religiously, instead–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people had their federal government overturn the recent Supreme Court decision forcing a redefinition of marriage on the entire nation–because it is a violation of states’ voters’ rights–that would be a change for the better.

If the American people stopped blindly trusting their press–and started holding it accountable for its dishonesty, divisiveness, and sensationalism–that would be a change for the better.

And if this whole Digital-Age system–the Internet and the cellular technology that goes with it–collapsed under its own weight–that would most definitely be a change for the better.

How about change for the better, for a change?

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