Like Neanderthals and Nazis, civilizations of capitalism are primitive clans, spanning the globe as hunter-gatherers. As history will show, we too were a simple species, turning our plowshares to dowshares– mere animals that survived on cannibalism.
In a time when society reads again, when water is pure and medicine is grown organically, our decedents will marvel at our poverty– the absence of arts and literature– how we lived inside steel, glass and internet– neglecting the gardens of inner paradise– selling our very souls and shedding demons with anti-depressants.
Agricultural advances of our time were neglected, hybrid crops uprooted, solar panels built in the shade, greenhouses blown away, windmills sang but violins were never played. We invested in capitalism and a future as hunter-gatherers.
I have a dream…
The farmers of tomorrow, safe in glass houses, will marvel at history and how America dropped her bread basket, soiling her fifty loaves over a piece of Holy dessert.
With instincts like squirrels, we buried our blessings, built more roads and hired an Army of data entry specialists to computerize medical records for the sake of creating more jobs, only to write of healthcare doom.
The new highways were free of potholes, but we lost knowledge of the wheel in a pit of vipers.
The President spent four years creating jobs for a nation too lazy to pick cotton anyway.
Paper pushing and prayers.
It’s always the same.
So little faith.
We would have slept peacefully by offering the American dream to all– food, clothing, shelter and treating everyone as well as our first stimulus.
Getting our hands dirty again.
Medicaid spending runs unregulated and un-rotated like farming of vampire crops that caused the great dust bowl. When the dust settles, there is nothing but grey matter to hunt upon.
Instead of teaching man to grow his own food again and offering modern tools of private agriculture and self-sufficiency in a world managed by technology, America closed the gates of paradise, paved hungry intellects with meaningless jobs, and fed its starving masses with Kentucky Fried Chicken until it was learned in 2012 that the chicken came before the egg.