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World Disorder Beyond 2020

June 13, 2018

World Disorder Beyond 2020

By Lushfun

What has been seen through one prism will be seen through many.

It is fairly apparent that the world as we know it is coming to an end. Economics and industrial progress which dominated the 20th century is coming to an end. These aspects in themselves dominated the discourse and the concourse of learning and action. We are simply transitioning from one era to the next where the focus of human learning and dynamics will center around something other than aggregate consumption. This is apparent in some areas like ecology and ideology, but is completely ignored in the holistic aspect of how people perceive the world around them.

The most important thing people have to understand is that leadership by the United States in the sphere of where to go, what to do, and which future others have to look forward to, is coming to an end. That leadership provided an easy way for other countries to direct themselves and shape their societies in their own image to follow the coalescing goal of global prosperity through, trade, freedom of movement, and freedom of ideological expression.

Is it a good thing or a bad thing that this change is coming? Neither, it is just coming and one can accept it or fight it but sooner or later the reality has to be confronted. Global imperatives change but people move on, to other things they strive for and focus upon.

Globalization has run its course and the aggregate maximum it could have reached has been had. It is not for the lack of trying nor willfulness that is coming to an end, on the part of some interest groups pushing it along. Simply put the world as a whole and even the United States itself can no longer afford it. Maximum benefit has been reached and transition to a different system has to occur if entropy of the system as it is will be maintained in any shape or form to continue onwards in development of the futures different nation states strive forward toward.

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