Before long, the despots will have no economies to corrupt.

@eileenleyva (18739)
Philippines
September 13, 2020 8:12pm CST
There goes the current events, thirteen states burning in America, conflagration on other parts of the globe, too, massive demonstration in Belarus, and peaceful rallies in other parts of the globe, too, with violence purportedly initiated by the police, as clips taken by the citizens show. So, if empirical thinking is used on a methodological study of the current world crisis, people crippled by loss of property due to fire and other calamities, and people out on the streets rallying for social justice, then the global economy will descend, and the despots dependent on these economies have also nowhere to go but down. Just thinking.
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@allen0187 (40522)
• Philippines
14 Sep
True. As if one disaster is not enough, now we have to deal with tyrants out to rule forever.
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
14 Sep
Tyrants come and go. The people stay. It's man's story of power, greed, and the corresponding suffering.
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@allen0187 (40522)
• Philippines
14 Sep
@eileenleyva I really hope that the current tyrant in the palace is thrown out. Same goes for his blind followers.
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
14 Sep
@allen0187 Kamatayan is at his door step.
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• Agra, India
14 Sep
That is what is like making the things even worse.
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
14 Sep
That is why it was advised during the onset of the pandemic that people self sustain their food with homegrown crops, including potatoes and camotes, because globalization is on collapse.
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• Agra, India
14 Sep
@eileenleyva here it isn't possible because our weather does not support in house cultivation
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
14 Sep
@amitkokiladitya Very hot? What about a green house garden? It is too much work, though, even I couldn't get it done.
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@ExplorewtMe (5478)
• Nairobi, Kenya
14 Sep
bad time will pass. It may take some time but things will back to normal.
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
14 Sep
That's hope. I do not like the old norm. I wouldn't want to revert to globalization and useless flying.
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• Nairobi, Kenya
16 Sep
@eileenleyva That is a hard thing you are asking. revert globalization will not wark.
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
16 Sep
@ExplorewtMe UK has started it with Brexit The pandemic has seconded it.
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• India
16 Sep
For the have nots it is bad
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@eileenleyva (18739)
• Philippines
16 Sep
That is the grim reality. We do whatever we can to help.
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• India
16 Sep
@eileenleyva yes. Stay positive
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@TheHorse (113691)
• Walnut Creek, California
17 Sep
@eileenleyva Who is "we"?
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