The Athenian historian Thucydides wrote in the Melian Dialogue “the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what
A General seeks redemption.
One can’t change the weather, or how someone will react to something you say. But feeling helpless to alter personal circumstances, albeit physically, is a great fear of mine.
Advancements in technology the last few decades have allowed for a significant development in robotics, which in turn has outpaced the job productivity of human labour. Technological progress is continuously growing with companies relying more and more on products being built now solely by machines.
“Time and time again, New Zealand has shown independent initiative. So why does it need to be governed by a Constitutional Monarchy?”
“Mugabe stepping down on the 21st of November signaled mass jubilation nationwide, as Mugabe’s 39-year-old rule had finally ended. Now Democracy could finally prevail! As if.”
Since Trump or Brexit occurred, there has been an unofficial inquiry by each losing side to seek out answers for why both managed to take place. The prevailing answer to these questions was polarisation.