Better not to risk any radical evolution that might fail, and so failure is thus assured.
In the hyper-real casino, everyone has access to the terrors of losing, but only a few know the joys of the rigged games that guarantee a few big winners by design.
And so we face the ultimate irony: ‘bailing-out-everything’ destroys the entire rotten system.
We are woefully unprepared for a long run of bad luck.
The status quo is about to discover that it can’t stop the hard rain or protect its fragile sandcastles.
Quite a lot of things can go wrong, especially if the mainstream’s rose-tinted sunglasses induce a delusional confidence in fantasy.
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“Doing more of what’s hollowed out our economy and society” is a slippery path to ruin.
Anyone claiming they can project the trajectory of the U.S. and global economy is deluding themselves.
The best-case scenario is those who love their “great city” will accept the daunting reality that even greatness can go bankrupt.