I criticized Barack Obama for his nice words.
As Fadi Halisso also writes in his article “Another U.N. Summit and More Nice Words – but No Concrete Action” in NewsDeeply:
“Many critics have stated that the U.N. system has failed and argued that it is time to create a new international institution. Is this the best course of action? I don’t have a definitive answer, but what I am sure of is that the member states, especially the members of the Security Council and the U.N. bureaucrats, are responsible for proving this wrong. It is on them to show us real results and progress that go beyond the same two-minute emotional speech given at every global summit and General Assembly.”
I have a definitive answer. Yes, the best course of action is to dismantle all the system (little by little, otherwise it can lead to chaos), get rid of all the clogged wheels (as soon as and as quickly as possible), toss away all the two-minute emotional speeches (right away, click, gone!)
Okay... "Then what?" you may ask. Criticizing is easy, offering solutions is the essential thing.
I have some ideas for that too...
Then of course we need to set the wheels back on their tracks by redefining all our terms:
First, we #EndInjusticeAtBirth
Second, we #ChangeTheTaxSystem – where We, as the ones paying the piper, play the tune.
Third, we #EndStatehood
Fourth, we #RedefineCitizenship
Fifth, we #ChangeWhereTheMoneyGoes
Sixth, we get rid of security the way it is, and #Go4REALSecurity
Seventh, we start making plans to #ProvideBasicIncome
Well... Let's get these accomplished first. I'll tell you the next step afterwards.