Ahmed wrote:Humus, which was once looked upon with fervor (perhaps not by all!) because supposed to be a fresh and joyful war having collided with reality, indeed finds fewer followers, but the hints of civil war are becoming quite worrying ... Resentment seeks an outlet, and cunning lunatics are busily at work fanning the embers and pointing out propitiatory victims.
are you sure about "propitiatories"?
"the hints of civil war are becoming very worrying"
Yes, thank you neoliberalism with the widening of inequalities...
As answered by elman46, when everyone is sated and satisfied, why mess with the neighbors?
Clean and potentially unlimited but consciously moderate energy would allow everyone to be satisfied, which should reduce (cancel) the urge for conflict. This should bring peace.
And no humus, do you think poutine can be satisfied with what he has? and those who want it in place to protect their interests and binge on billions and be content with what they have? I don't believe it, humus, otherwise the case would have been settled quickly a long time ago.
If people, in general, were satisfied with what they have, it would be a wonderful world, but unfortunately, this world always wants more, that's what drives them people, look at Bernard Arnault, a billionaire par excellence , do you think he's had enough? no ! they always want more, possession is the disease of capitalism, and I fear that nothing will help
In the event that abundant and free energy would exist, some would save heating for example, that's for sure, but to have more money to consume more elsewhere, to enrich others, who themselves would do the same, and so on, and this brave Bernard Arnault is him in the end, who would accumulate all the profits, as usual for quite a few years already
The solution would be for me, the following, from an amount of profit (salary, pension) or even possession of money (thousands of euros in the bank), we take everything that exceeds you, there may be that it would calm the ardor of some and the image you have of a satisfied society would be felt, but there too I do not believe that society is what it wants, it wants dreams.