www.eceti.org | November 13 2012
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The E Generation
There have been a lot of articles written concerning the E generation or those who share a common sense of entitlement with little or no energy exchange. I have mixed emotions concerning this issue. I believe a person has a right to food, shelter, and a meaningful fulfilling job and should be rewarded for service to humanity and the Earth. With today’s society there is a manufactured lack and great uneven dispersal of wealth, which cuts into these basic rights. The technology exists to take care of our energy and transportation needs without fossil fuels, which would free up much of the demands for labor and resources. This would also make available the transportation of food and materials globally at a fraction of the cost and a lowering of production costs. Yet what lies in the way of this coming forward?
The very people creating the manufactured lack and gross uneven dispersal of wealth.
We have watched the International Banksters and corporate elite totally loot the system (fully supported by their bought and paid politicians) leaving an unbearable burden on the people. Yet few have a clue as to what this will mean in the future. This is the height of arrogance, a total disconnect from humanity and nature, and the grandest example of a sense of entitlement.
We have watched basic human rights, the constitution, and human services go down the toilet while the elite get richer – exacerbating the already gross uneven dispersal of wealth. Is this sustainable and where has it led to in the past? Remember the French revolution? How about all the other empires, elite hierarchies, massive government employees, militaries spread out around the world? Where have they gone? Has this been sustainable and have we learned anything from the past?