Inflexibility is a Death Sentence

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There are times to hold your resolve and push your agenda through despite any obstacle, particularly when your level of investment has progressed far along and the net loss for dropping out exceeds the cost of going forward but too often I see others and catch myself holding on to maxims and policies that may be losing their credibility. I read a book by T. Harv Eker years ago with a line that has stayed with me in many contexts – “you can be right or you can be rich.” Inflexibility does not always impact money or business outcomes either, but the cost of being staid or trapped in a particular echo chamber is missed opportunities that at best will amount to reduced influence bandwidth.

The concept of “saving face” in East Asian cultures is still somewhat esoteric to me but it is related to maintaining your pride and remaining on at least the appearance of the moral or reasonableness higher ground. When encountering inflexibility or profound misunderstanding of your views or the views of a third party being discussed, if you cannot present an argument to the offending party that penetrates them in any fashion, the next option is to be so reasonable, so charming, so ethical, so above board, so diplomatic, and so generous that particularly if you’re in a group, you have potentially made the aggressor or inflexible one seem marginal or tyrannical. It sounds devious to do this but if you are certain that you are in a circumstance where someone needs to weigh possibilities outside of their familiar thought patterns – not necessarily to change their mind but to steer them be more sympathetic and considerate to other groups, cultures, or mentalities – this is often the only way, and you’re doing them a favor because if incapable of swapping realities, the offending party (sometimes yourself!) will most likely lose respect and relevance at some point.

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Survivors Head Underground and Value Their Mobility

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A home in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, England.

This is advice worth millions of dollars and yet highly generalized and evidenced all around us. For timeless reasons, some of the most wealthy and some of the most paranoid or astute (not mutually exclusive terms) are investing in property partly underground.

In traveling in the US, Iceland, and British Isles the last few weeks I have been watching for trends but also historical wisdom, and something that stands out is that partly underground homes resurface throughout history such as with Cappadocia homes and cities dating back 3,500 years, and we’re seeing the emergence of this again with emergency underground bunkers for millionaires. The reasons for going underground were anything from not having the technology, knowledge, or resources to build structures, to hiding in a time of war, to more speculative reasons such as hiding from aliens or in preparation for the end of the world above ground.

For those that don’t have millions of dollars, who want to live above ground, or want the

ability to move in a hurry and not lose too much, at the British Museum a few weeks ago, I was reminded of earlier forms of habitation where the thatch cottage was not a quaint novelty but rather a home that could be produced locally and without a ton of sophistication. I think that the ideal for survival, comfort, and cost effectiveness in the next century may be a combination of these two strategies once one is able to invest in property.

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A poster at the British Museum in London showing early habitation in Britain.

We do not know for sure what the future holds and so it is never a good idea to invest extreme capital outlays in planning for things that may never come, but it if you do have extra money to work with or have other means of spreading your resources to cover a variety of future scenarios, there are some important things to consider when it comes to both underground homes and forms of habitation that you can build yourself:

  • there may be tax advantages to building underground or with a roundhouse/thatch house, or one that does not have a conventional foundation
  • with a roundhouse or thatch house you can often source the materials locally and build yourself for nominal costs. One must be wary of and adhere to local building codes though, of course
  • in the event of severe climate change, both housing structures have better heating and cooling stability features that would also be assets in an energy crisis
  • as central control of nations worldwide collapses and the rule of law may come into question, with an underground home you can sometimes escape detection. With a thatch or roundhouse home you can have less invested in property and have the ability to more easily cut your losses and flee in the remote possibility this becomes a necessity
  • the roundhouse/thatch home option may eliminate the need to secure external financing to get a home
  • in more peaceful times and assuming that an abstract finance-oriented economy continues, you have a novelty property that could be used as rental income like with Airbnb

It is my belief that for a variety of reasons we have been in a time of financial instability and we have actually passed peak energy, but a combination of subsidies and other costuming are designed to keep the post-war order in place. Two books from the innovative and prescient New Society Publishers, Dark Age America by John Michael Greer and Shrinking the Technosphere by Dmitry Orlov, while I agree with neither in their entirety, have opened my eyes to the possibility that even a world of wind farms and solar panels still may be out of reach given the levels of resource extraction necessary to transfer to these forms of energy harvesting. I continue to maintain that the most dynamic formula for success is to access the funds still available from globalization while purchasing slowly and affordably but decisively into land resources on a small scale to ensure you have a non-urban power base to shelter in during disruptions of energy and food availability. We need only to look at historical modalities of living to see what has held up and what kinds of emergency structures come about in unstable times and settings. By all means we must also enjoy the variety and convenience that dynamic and successful distribution channels in globalization offer us now and we must with joy connect with friends and share these resources both material and informational in this age.

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1990s Kiddos: The Constructive Side of Globalization

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At the moment I am on the road after a major reorganization of a media company I was working at for the last year. All facets of the trip have synced together wonderfully with great friends coming back into my orbit in northwestern Europe and my house safely cared for by tenants and friends that needed the space. In 2012, after this blog/website took shape, I had a clear idea of what to tell about and the videos to go with it. Five years later, the world has evolved to such an extent and is so unpredictable in the West that what is interesting topically is now quite altered.

I have an optimistic view of a lot of things, I think partly inspired by a more powerful US dollar exchange rate when traveling in Europe. Once again I am frequenting hostels, and I would like to report that per usual there is almost always a German, a Frenchman, and a Korean guest, but Canadians seem far less numerous than they used to be on the road (maybe a less powerful Canadian dollar is at work here) and Americans have become far more present now that hostels are a household name in the US.

The uncertainty of what will come with Brexit is very strongly felt outside of London in particular, with places like Scotland and Northern Ireland potentially in limbo in the midst of possible separations from the United Kingdom of their own to contend with and Ireland somewhat in financial limbo if the Trump administration pressures company headquarters  to repatriate to the US and the European Union penalizes companies or Ireland itself for having too favorable tax rates for foreign companies

What does stand out more than anything is that a very high proportion of people born in the 1990s seem especially brilliant, informed, community-minded, and pragmatic. There is a high number of persons in this age group that can speak several languages with greater native fluency (they credit financial news outlets and YouTube videos), and I surmise that since they grew up after 9/11 and in the midst of the 2008 to present financial crisis, they missed the trauma of a world altered and did not have the shock of going from more pampered times to an era of surveillance and looming scarcity.

Our comfort zones are to be stretched in 2017, as I have termed it Institutional Breakdown,  but it is also exciting and a new generation gets to make their impression. Could they be indigo children, the starseeds?

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Books and Travel Are the Best Value Multipliers (When Chosen Strategically)

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My historic go-to in a so-called desert period, or gap between work or scholastic assignments, has consistently been travel. When funds or timing did not allow my imagination to be expanded with travel, I have relied on books, documentaries, and subtitled films to stand in and do this work while I physically stayed in one region. Reading and travel are relatively inexpensive education and value producing activities in a world of depreciating assets and liabilities.

Quite simply, you can afford to see the world by simply not ever ordering drinks or appetizers in restaurants, spending an extra day shopping for the best flight ticket prices, and being creative or flexible about your accommodations when traveling. If that is out of reach, you can check out books from the library and essentially experience the world without having to go anywhere or spend any money.

olymposWhen embarking on travel, one hears friends and family asking “how can you afford to travel so much? Are you just playing around?” The truth is, I have been to 31 countries and because I shopped around for deals and stayed in youth hostels (check out hostelworld.com to see some of these locations – their reviewing system really prevents a lot of danger and heartache), and by being strategic with this, I spent far less on doing it than on all my used cars combined, and I estimate about half of what my higher education cost, though the latter is somewhat blended with travel. There is nothing wrong with taking package tours or cruises, especially if your time is limited, you have a higher income, and you don’t want to think out a trip. However, it is more cost effective to see several countries at over an extended period and it’s also better for the environment to see a lot of places at once than to make several trips to see one or two countries for a week or two.

If you travel extensively, you are more likely to be a critical thinker when it comes to international diplomacy and reason and be able to think in a more abstract, contextualized way. From a purely fiscal standpoint, if you know that you are going to be changing houses or changing vehicles or the like, you can time your travels so that you are not paying rent and mortgages and it can actually be cheaper to be traveling than it is to maintain a house or apartment.

Books and film with an educational or cultural value are something that produce value to multiple people with very little overhead. I recently went into a bookstore in Lawrence, Kansas called The Raven Bookstore that has extremely well-vetted literature selections. I hesitated for a long time to spend about $25 there because I am very careful with my spending, but I had to take a step back and ask myself 1) Do I want authors to be compensated to produce good work? Yes. 2) Do I want this bookstore to exist and for the clever people there to have satisfying work? Definitely yes. 3) Is $25 worth of education going to come to me from this? Yes, and I could sell the books for a reduced amount or give them to a library and provide residuals to the community.

That said, your time and funds must be spent judiciously. There are times when you want to read for fun or see a beautiful place just because you can, but more often than not you want to try to extract something from it that will pay you back either in having more apt responses in the workplace to better engagement with friends facing problems, compete better in an exam or job interview, or establishing another base or two in other locations to escape to periodically. Where you can go “wrong,” I caution, is that in my case I pursued so many interests, angles, businesses, friendships, cultures, subjects, and what-have-you that I spread myself too thin over hundreds of contacts in a dozen countries and states and could not focus. Therefore, when I have the chance to meet and mentor people in their early 20s in particular, I tell them to consider focusing on a couple of places of interest and to not pursue intellectual interests to the point of impracticality or delusion because the payoff gets watered down as a result. You can relate to lots and lots of people but not be able to get them all to interact together and it becomes incredibly frustrating in a world of specializations and market and demographic segmentation.

Before thinking that travel is a luxury or reading is a waste of time, truly break down the costs and try to think outside of the box for how to place a value on these investments in comparison with the mundane, bourgeois, or necessary things in your life now. If you are not able to afford a budget trip – and most of us have experienced this dearth of time or other resources – living in an age of literacy and information should give you a comparable free substitute in a book or movie.

I’ve written on some of the merits of hostels before, which you can read here: Hostelling Rite of Passage.

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2017: Institutional Breakdown

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2016 was the most fatiguing year many of us can remember experiencing and yet I stress to everyone that the individual knowledge base and sensibilities increased exponentially. I keep thinking of the expression “the bigger they are, the harder they fall.” If it’s continuity and predictability that you seek out, I think this was the wrong time to incarnate.

We’re all busy and for that reason, I will try to be more succinct this year. Many of you are dropping by for the third or fourth consecutive year. I don’t change errors or inaccuracies in past predictions. If you want to know, you can look at the records (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016). Without taking the time to look back, I was personally wrong on believing Hillary Clinton would be the next US president (though my cards have never indicated that) and the cards or my interpretation of them made it seem more like a three-way race – the reality was that third parties did play a larger role but were not a major bloc. Again, you can see what is fuzzy or wrong for yourself.

With the preliminary question asking of the theme of 2017, I drew the Four of Cups in reverse, which I read and determine to mean a prevalence of Institutional Breakdown. Four is a foundation so with this reversed in this questions, means the pulling away of stability and a new type of stability or order being sought, and the cups pouring out can mean angst, concern, discord.

Over the years I have struggled with which countries to focus on and how much, but both this audience and what people talk about all over the world is the US, spurred on by the interest in the 2016 election. I woke up on November 9, 2016 to messages coming in from France, Japan, Canada, the UK, Spain, and elsewhere asking me what had happened and telling me to pack my bags and get out. The UK and Syria were other places of strong interest this year. I’ll do whatever flow comes along – whatever is inspired.

Is Russia a real threat to the West?

XX Judgment; XXI The World

This is in the past and present context. These are not cards are associations most people would make with a country or government that gets a corrupt and undemocratic reputation. These cards suggest a backdrop potential for reconciliation and partnership as philosophies become more aligned. In fact, The World in the present position means a popular support and unity potential. Not what I would suspect but I’m not going to argue with them.

Future: Eight of Pentacles; Knight of Pentacles

Money money money. Commerce flowing. Four consecutive right side up cards is very positive. Pentacles symbolize money, commercial activity, success, good work. In spite of contrary information and trends right now, this suggests Russian prosperity and the country instigating improved infrastructure and accelerated activity. As a side note, I do believe even in a financial crisis type of situation, we may have a run-up to a commodities boom similar to the first half of 2008 again, and Russia would benefit from this. But I sense their central planning is building up strong commercial and resource links. The Knight of Pentacles in my deck looks like a warrior of the steppes or Central Asia, so I can see this correlation. Russia is not a threat in the conventional sense, according to my cards, but something of a juggernaut, which could insinuate that it is becoming a more powerful rival. There has been talk in alternative media for a few years of Russia developing a new Silk Road network.

Will there be a positive alliance between the US and Russia in 2017?

Five of Wands, rev.; Seven of Pentacles

The first card indicates distrust and bad rhetoric all around but the actual implementations and results are profitable in the long range. The first signs of something positive may come this year but the payoff is not yet realized. There are many months of turbulence first, rhetorically and with ideas.

Will Donald Trump successfully secure and hold the presidential office?

Ten of Pentacles; Five of Pentacles, rev.

Money plays a huge role yet again and it has multiple meanings here. The ten is a legacy and completion card. The man from money achieves and he takes his family with him. We have a few months of exemplary economic data to look forward to and some of it will be credited to him. There will be some breakthroughs early on and the passage of expansive business deals that seem fortunate. However, something along these same lines of success will be taken too far somehow and botched and start to unravel very suddenly. I have been feeling for some time that the fissure that will cause tremendous upheaval is connected to the insurance industry. Health care will be part of it but I think more like the investment sectors of insurance will be the first thing to break. Again, a strong start and then he gets blamed for things crashing.

Will Congress and the cabinet do us serious harm this year? (Sorry this question is so vague but it’s hard to single something out)

The Chariot; XIX The Sun

This does confirm a conservative turn and very strong focus but not the tyranny many are expecting (and there would be strong evidence to support their feelings, too). On many occasions in the US people who did not expect to like Trump will like him in certain moments and contexts and to some extent, we may all have a better sense of direction. The cards here tell me that there will be a more consistent feeling to how things are done in these areas. There is no reference to money in these cards but I strongly sense some kind of debt relief initiative coming along. I would say that the inspiration from The Sun has something to do with the populations of the world disconnecting from governance and recognizing the sovereignty of their own spirit. In short, to my surprise, no.

Will the UK make a successful and agreeable break from the EU this year?

Five of Swords, Two of Cups

The separation will happen and be tense and terse. It is something that has to happen now and some people will lose significant amounts of money and deals severed. The growth cycle will go on for a bit but when the papers are signed and officiated, there will be a quarter or so of negative numbers, though the second or additional quarters will be attributed to the next worldwide downturn… which in part may get blamed on Brexit. Two of Cups indicates though that trade will continue and good relations will return. I see the number 60,000 which I think will be the limit of how many immigrants from the EU can be admitted to the UK each year for long-term living.

What are some events or outcomes Canada should expect in 2017?

Ten of Cups, rev.; Six of Cups

Increasing domestic dislike of the existing government. A lot of outrage from the public about the handling of environmental practices by the government. In the international community or how other nations perceive Canada, the country is looked upon more and more favorably as a return to its image as a benevolent and thoughtful country is enhanced. The Six of Cups right side up indicates new partnerships and arrangements where Canadian diplomacy or the setting of Canada is the backdrop to alliances and facilitating deals.

Will the Pacific theatre remain stable and peaceful in 2017?

Nine of Swords; King of Pentacles, rev.

Sharper rhetoric with accusations and toxic engagement between East Asian countries. This is the first negative card in this reading with money and from a head of state, or several heads of state. I see exploitation of the environment here, resource conflict, and maybe an environmental disaster. I suspect that the Philippines will be the epicenter this year but new male leadership in both South Korea and China could contribute to the mood.

Will most of the West be tilting more towards social democracy or socialism in the near future or some version of fascism or right-wing management?

I don’t usually do either-or questions because it’s not clear which version is being answered but the nature of this question lends more clarity for interpretation. Please notice that I use the word “management” rather than governance because it seems to me that that is a more accurate word for where we’re headed.

0 The Fool; XIV Temperance

I don’t think I’ve ever gotten this card in a world reading. There will be a lot of new zeal and enthusiasm driving things in this year and the next few and I think that the right-wing is stronger. There are some fascist oriented people at the helm of it but that is not what the people want – there is a detachment from institutions going on that has some positives as well as dangers. It is mostly innocence driving this return to simplicity. Further, Temperance shows that the two constructed fringes of libertarianism and something like socialism are merging and people in government and positions of power on a more localized level will be asking themselves what is reasonable and basing decisions on that. This speaks again to Institutional Breakdown – there are problems with it but will make many wistful and enabled to do good things.

What is the most dangerous thing for most people to look out for?

Knight of Wands, Queen of Cups

Watch out for anything that seems too idealistic or right-hand men of people in power. This could also suggest that mergers and consolidation of power is the most dangerous thing – the position of these cards is not negative but because the question asks for a warning, they need to be read this way. The Queen of Cups seems very loaded and layered to me – she symbolizes here the zenith of material well-being, to appreciate it and to not be lulled too much by its availability and abundance in this time. I think we are a little too assured of our own security and power and need to be less indulgent and fixed on sating material wants.

Finally, a first for me to ask Will there be any revelations to the public at large from [government] institutions acknowledging extraterrestrial life [in 2017]?

XVII: The Star, rev.; Page of Wands, rev.

No. The Stars in reverse could not be more telling. Not acknowledged, no breakthroughs. The Page as messenger here is reversed, and Wands is magic and inspiration – intentional suppression of information. More chatter from the usual places but no official statements.

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2017 EMERGENCY TAROT! – Institutional Breakdown

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Hello all. What a harrowing year 2016 has been for everyone you ask. Tonight the western world sympathizes with the family of Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, who died less than a day-and-a-half apart. The coverage of numerous celebrity deaths and the far larger upsets (as in unexpected results) of Brexit and Donald Trump winning the US 2016 presidential election. As many of you who have been coming to my site for years know, I have done a tarot reading of a year at the start of the year annually now for about five years. I think the cards have captured the spirit of the year rather accurately and sometimes nail specifics. The theme they identified for 2016 was Overturning Stagnation and Betrayal, which if you really look at the heart of the things going on, people do feel like we are not where we should be and we have been betrayed by our leaders, at least if the ideals espoused are taken seriously. I personally felt that Hillary Clinton would take the presidency but the tarot cards never said this, no matter how many ways I would ask them later in the year – they always indicate a more youthful male character taking over, and so I cannot say that Donald Trump will take office, either.

I will plan like other years to release a lengthy reading on January 8th or 9th. I do not actually do the full reading of the year until I’m living in that year so that some flavor of it can take hold – it is less abstract. However, I will, as I have in other years, ask the cards now to pick a theme for the year. This cannot dictate the mood and experience for all, but will do the best possible to summarize a prevailing mood or theme.

Dear God, please help me do humanity right by through you influencing this deck of tarot cards [The Golden Tarot], telling us useful, beneficial information that is accurate. Amen.

What is the overall theme of 2017 for people who will read this and the world in general?

FOUR OF CUPS, in reverse

I was hoping to provide you all with a message of resounding success and indefatigable energy or a return to normalcy – something reassuring, but this is not the case. I call this Institutional Breakdown.

Four is the number of foundations. When you have a four, think of a structure having four corners and walls. It’s very solid, and you could say materialistic in some cases – very conservative, stable, holding out, and things of this nature. Cups have to do with emotions much of the time, and if you have them upside down, that sense of comfort or balance is being emptied out. This suggests completion and some very serious dark moments.

However, there is always a flip side and ways to take ownership of this kind of card. You can see this as a moment to take initiative and recognize that a sense of security and stability is the primary deficiency around you and to try to find new ways of accomplishing building that up. Reading this and seeing where we are now, I cannot see anything other than severe crashes of varying and various sorts happening, but already in 2016 you will see evidence of new types of resilience and strength forming. With Institutional Breakdown that also means many nascent efforts taking root, and they will be very localized, not centralized (federal). We are going to be living in more and more truth, in both its love and brutality.

There are two things I wish to remind everyone: the long-term future is always an improvement on where you are now. Second, find that time to yourself for introspection and use that time to restore yourself but also to find empathy for other people.

More details to come as the cards reveal themselves in early January 2017. As individuals, we are growing, we are improving!

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting Neoliberalism

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This has been a very intense year for all I know, one of both aberrations, disruptions, and complete paradigm transformations. I have experienced some traumatic deaths in the family, health incidents in the family, and observed friends who have had abrupt deaths in their families as well. The Syria Civil War and its victims, political machinations, disputes and deaths between police and citizens, and environmental issues are weighing heavily on our minds. Above all, we want to ultimately curtail and eliminate corruption but at the same time not dismantle every good quality a person or institution has in the event they just have mismanaged optics.

Something to remember is that the long view of history is always positive and demonstrates improvements, however we are set for another period of adjustments and structural insecurity with technological change implementation and an unsustainable financial system. This is a rather US-centric view but the emphasis on financial services and interlinking movements of capital and legal systems worldwide while large corporations find loopholes make the themes we will experience rather universal everywhere. What does this involve?:

  • sudden disruption of access to commodities, most likely waking up one day and there is not affordable fuel for a few weeks or longer
  • raided pension or national retirement schemes. In the US, I think Social Security is safe  for now but 401Ks, annuities and insurance related investments, and other funds are going to be strained or wiped out in many cases
  • physical social space like clubs and bars shutting down – community watering holes are having a hard time making payroll and the rent
  • slaughter of retail economy
  • several industries having reached all their potential audiences and customers and now only able to fight rivals for greater market share – mainly telecom/mobile
  • free trade deals as a last ditch effort to expand marketplaces and deregulate further while at the same time bringing US-style litigiousness to all corners of the globe
  • major mergers and acquisitions that will bring short-term gains and buyout opportunities for some middle-aged workers
  • an escalation of scapegoating of countries like Russia, China (although the enemy will constantly change, and oftentimes the conflicts will not amount to anything – everyone will forget in a matter of weeks) and sometimes ethnic or special interest groups. More bribery to stage conflicts in various locations to keep attention off of other things – particularly the money system
  • a huge and sudden shift towards automation, robotics
  • both staged and real cyberattacks. Again disruption of services and access to money – all people must keep some cash on hand
  • the emergence of more blackmarket activity in the US (this is more like later in the 2020s)

While it looks like Hillary Clinton will become president, there is a small chance that the US will have a Brexit type of revolt. I think that Donald Trump is not popular by merits but a combination of millennial dissent, the failure and devastation of health care costs (both in the Affordable Care Act context and through trends that were well-established long before this element was introduced), and a distrust of the Establishment may be sufficient to make a real upset occur in unanticipated ways. I have been an avid supporter of bringing awareness of Jill Stein forward and also supported Bernie Sanders, but it’s my understanding that conflict will result from this election no matter what happens. Paul Ryan is quietly gunning for power and he is the real force to be reckoned with.

The bigger picture here is unfortunately urban versus rural. If we can restore a harmonious relationship between these two broadly defined types of lifestyles and trade resources, the US will be more functional. When the next recession hits and a regular recovery seems much more difficult to attain, this is when virtual reality and pharmaceuticals will work in tandem as industries to regulate human emotion and perception at an unprecedented level.

Europe is the hardest hit target of neoliberalism right now. The powers that be have released millions of migrants and refugees on the continent to bring the social states there to the brink and frighten English-speaking and East Asian countries from wanting more socialist forms of governance. For a time, Europe will react in the desired way, to have US-style ethnic tension on one hand and overt political correctness on the other, but long-term Europe will reject an overly technologically obsessed culture and a new humanist philosophy will be borne within the next 50 years.

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