Revolutions don’t need guns; just wider society’s “eyesight”
Progress and regression are holding hands.
Society walks on both philanthropic and misanthropescenic paths.
Viruses are real, and so are the interests of the minority they serve.
Every crisis has people who make a fortune in parallel.
Smartphones and laptops are steps forward,
but for these, poor workers in Africa suffer to mine the cobalt.
Massive info-flow on the internet-land
gives the impression of speech’s freedom, but what happened to Julian?
Democracy gives power to the people,
and then their representatives become indirectly dictators.
Police are here to keep the order on the streets,
and they often do it by beating up different colors of skin.
We are not apathetic onlookers without responsibility.
We are the society, and we have the ability
to use our critical thinking more often,
not to be fed by the “junk-food” of TV-channels,
to observe and perceive the whole image,
not parts of it at which the world’s “bosses” point their steely fingers.
Let’s see the whole forest, not just one tree.
Let’s delimit our perception and choose what and how to think.
The plutoligarchy that plays the “monopoly” board game on the world-map
has to hear us say “enough is enough.”