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iGeneration or what?   Leave a comment

There is much debate as to what, and/or who make up the so-called iGeneration.

My own humble opinion is this is simply an attempt to define what is an ongoing decline in respect, morality, and dignity for family and neighbor by successive generations. The evidence has been accelerating since WW1 & 11. In fact there has been a measurable accelerating breakdown since then; why?

The reasons are actually fairly obvious; as mankind has been encouraged to engage in progressively more and more bloodthirsty murderous militant engagements as promoted by religious, commercial, political or other worldly elements, moral principles governing humankind that may once have been held sacred by society have been seriously eroded if not completely overshadowed.

You simply cannot direct and encourage national populations to kill their fellow man, or be killed, and expect that they will still maintain principles of decency, morality, or humanity, it just aint’ goina’ happen brother! PTSD and other such mental problems today further confirm this reality.

So iGeneration is simply another attempt to define present problems by comparisons with the past, particularly since the beginning of the 20th Century, namely a steady moral decline, and hedonistic, self-centered march toward destruction.

Arguably it was further fueled by the promises of the industrial revolution, and continues today through the promises of technology. There is little doubt it is leading to a self-destructive world by undermining any remaining desire for genuine human development and elevation!

Please visit JW.org for a genuinely ‘positive’ hope for the future!

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Russian police criminals caught on video   Leave a comment

Russian police criminal missconduct caught on camera…

https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#mediaitems/AllVideos/docid-802016753_E_1_VIDEO

 

 

Empowering   Leave a comment

After first installing the newest Itunes program I deleted it and found that to be quite empowering, why; because the almost infinite number of choices was not only confusing but simply unfulfilling, to say the least.  Indeed I cranked up my old stereo box and foujnd local radio stations much more satisfying.

Posted September 14, 2015 by New2view in Environment, historical, Human Rights, philosophy, world-view