After the elections I didn't even mention the name of "the guy", but what has happened affects us - the whole world, our future - and I see it as an opportunity. As I am not an expert in politics, but the underlying themes are anyway different ones I like to recommend one of my favourite thinkers Charles Eisenstein. He's one of the rare good reads in these times. Enjoy!
" ..."Hate and blame are convenient ways of making meaning out of a bewildering situation."
"The dissolution of the old order that is now officially in progress is going to intensify. That presents a tremendous opportunity and danger, because when normal falls apart the ensuing vacuum draws in formerly unthinkable ideas from the margins. Unthinkable ideas range from rounding up the Muslims in concentration camps, to dismantling the military-industrial complex and closing down overseas military bases. They range from nationwide stop-and-frisk, to replacing criminal punishment with restorative justice. Anything becomes possible with the collapse of dominant institutions. When the animating force behind these new ideas is hate or fear, all manner of fascistic and totalitarian nightmares can ensue, whether enacted by existing powers or those that arise in revolution against them. " ...
Read the whole thing here!
Gabriele Castagnoli hat hier ab April 2016 über zwei Jahre die Pilgerschaft mit ihrem Mann Sesto G. Castagnoli beschrieben.