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Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You

The Future is Bright

But only if we apply proper maintenance to it daily. We knew fixing the world wouldn’t be easy. It takes the combined efforts of level headed doers and thinkers to push through to the gates of hell and lay seige to Satan’s stronghold.  But even as we speak, more and more of us are being silenced by Alphabet, and Google.

There are many different areas where Russia, the US, and China can seek mutual benefit.  Off the top of my head, and by no means in the capacity of a fully decorated diplomat: international crime.  For example, George Soros. All those violent Antifa protests? Those were organized by the Open Society Foundation. Navalny and Browder? Those are Soros appointed figureheads.

Drug smuggling. Heroin and cocaine problems? Russia, the US, and China can co-operate in stemming the flow of drugs from places like South America, or Afghanistan.

Medicine. Advanced research into cures for cancers, diseases, and mental illnesses? There are thousands of brilliant minds in Russia and China. We just don’t hear about it.

International terrorism. Bataclan, London Bridge, Florida, Ottawa, St.Petersburg. Russia, China and the US can work together to combat international terrorism.  Most people still don’t realize that the EU is not the only one to have been hit by ISIS. Russia is also being targetted by ISIS. St Petersburg, and the plane that was shot down in Egypt, just to name two. If Russia, The US, and China put their heads together, I’m sure we can make our families, our streets, and our homes safer.

Space projects. Russian and American astronauts all say that they’ve had good experiences working together on the international space station. If they can work together on space projects, then why can’t we?

Diplomacy. When countries stop talking to each other, they start suspecting each other, they talk behind each others backs etc. Nothing gets done. But when countries do talk to each other, look at all the benefits they reap! Want that North Korean problem solved? Talk to North Korea! Want that Polish problem solved? Talk to Poland!

Like I said, the future is bright. Things are already scaling down in terms of localized conflicts, (Syria, and Ukraine). But if we take our eyes off of it, even if just for a second, things will get worse. We have to apply proper maintenance to it daily.



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