The Problem With The World

Why is the world so violent/cruel/avaricious/unkind/self-defeating/going-to-hell-in-a-hand-basket?  Well, I’ll tell you why.  And how to fix it.

The fault lies with us for not grabbing our pitchforks and torches and ousting those fools in charge. It is indicative of the maddening contrariness of our abject laziness and inertia coupled with our assertion that we have a right to shake our fists, vociferously complain, and be heard. But it is not too late to act; and we must act NOW! Together, as a unified mass with one, clear voice. Let us take our grievances in hand, put our feet to ground, and rise up against the system — today!

So, you guys go an ahead without me. I just have to take a nap and maybe chill for a bit. But I’m RIGHT behind you!


About Angelo Barovier

I was born. I'll be around for a while. Then I won't.


4 thoughts on “The Problem With The World

  1. Problem with revolutions – the people with pitchforks who righteously oust the fools in charge become, in short order, the fools who must be righteously ousted by the people with pitchforks. There’s a reason we don’t get to see what happens after the end of Return of the Jedi – it’s too depressing! Problem is where it always was – the heart of man is desperately wicked without the application of Divine grace. My 2 pfennig.

    Posted by Nick McClure | July 7, 2011, 4:31 pm
  2. Yes, but as it is with all things, “It’s different when I do it.”

    Posted by Angelo Barovier | July 7, 2011, 5:12 pm
  3. You mean like when the whole country of France goes on strike and takes it to the streets if they don’t like something?

    Posted by Diana | July 8, 2011, 5:25 pm

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