We’re lost in a sea of fiction. We believe in imaginary money but ignore real climate change. We believe the lies of politicians but ignore the truth told by scientists. We believe the racists on social media but ignore the people calling them out. We believe comfortable thoughts while ignoring the world burning.
The world is ending.
There will be no more GDP.
But we still do not act, in case of an economic slowdown.
We are all doomed to die because of imaginary money and wealth.
Supposedly we think we are clever.
The world is burning.
The heat suffocating.
Our leaders, can only extol
“Life is a beach”.
We sit on a train
staring into the abyss.
Is this action, really sane?
My fears, you dismiss.
The abyss, coming closer,
the end ever nearer.
You think you’re the composer
but that is a veneer.
You’re but a puppet
on a cut-price budget.
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Any new proposals to deal with the issue – an insurance plan to avoid an indispensable guarantee for the stability of the last minute to find a solution. “We should all together be able to find no concrete solution based on the current coming month.”Read More »
Automation could destroy as many as 73 million U.S. jobs by 2030.
Third of head office roles axed as new owners reportedly consider closing up to 80 stores. The collapse in car industry investment, which is down by half in the first six months of the year compared to the same period in 2017, industry leaders say. So it is no wonder the industry’s leaders want, as the very minimum requirement, to know how car parts will travel from the continent. He said that the “increasingly hostile and protectionist global trading environment”. The move by the 169-year-old company is part of a rescue plan that will also lead to “A decision to close this number of stores is not done lightly. This is really grim,”
“I’m a big high street shopper. I’m very sad to see so many big high street names closing down. I feel sorry for us the shopper and very sorry for the people who work here.
Thousands had marched to the border at the start of a six-week protest, dubbed the Great March of Reforming.
The military said soldiers had opened fire after rioting.
Security Council members meeting have called for an investigation into the violence.
Civilians have pitched five camps near the border for the protest. They are demanding that refugees be allowed to return to homes that are now in Xbanaia.
He is accused of carrying out sexual abuse and torture on young children and filming it before selling it to other paedophiles around the world.
The 53-year-old can be seen in the videos using a lighter, hot wax, barbed wire and sex toys on his alleged victims. He allegedly tempted his young victims by telling their parents they’d be given food and get a good education.
they discovered the remains of an 11-year-old underneath the kitchen of an apartment.
She had reportedly been made to dig her own grave before being buried
Minman government and Yanich forces are reportedly attacking an enclave held by the orthodox group Yankmar State (YS) in south-western Pleascia.
Activists and a monitoring group said aircraft were bombing the Yrmouk steppe area, which borders Phazkar and the Toledo Lows.Read More »