Is it a situation of the more problems accumulate and getting piled up than sorted and dealt with? As it seems problems we are dealing with are with heavy baggage passed forward. Passed on as long as it has been possible and mess having gone over the top but out of sight, and we have gone way beyond the tipping point and load has erupted all over for those who can sort it out in the best possible way try their very best? Which way is the best possible would be that for example loans too heavy to bear should be pardoned not to destroy nations but to give them a chance to recover as soon as possible. But when will the lesson be learned if debts are not paid in full? Lessons in politics have to change more straightforward to those who make the mistakes to make corruption and reckless administration impossible. Those who do politics are the ones to know they are indebted when they betray people’s trust and bring their nation to bankruptcy. Is this what happens when people do not use their voices, do not vote, do not trust the government, do not pay taxes, do not give to the community but keep all possessions and money made themselves? It is an economy of complete negligence, indifference, short-sighted fortune-seeking with no end for those fortunate ones who have played their cards well and vanished with the money.
It is comical to speak about inheritance since it firstly brings to mind riches, exploitation and something good gained via bad, given that it all belongs to the children after parents pass away, pain does not vanish, innocence is an interesting idea. Does memory play tricks on us? Inheritances come in all kinds of forms. Europe has such gruesome and vile legacy of amnesia and denial to feel astonishing numb and partly it is understandable people wish to forget our near history completely and they do forget. When spoken there is ominous silence and thought of how dare you remind us. How dare I indeed for example speak of Holocaust, it not having gone anywhere, fascism that has gone into hiding, unbeaten, fascism that to me is very clearly alive in economy and becomes more and more obvious the more arrogant and demanding corporations get and the more brutal the recession and its makings appear. We do use things basically made by slaves far away and it is easy to ignore the fact in our beautiful hygiene, indifference, wealth and modern serenity. It is easy to pose with gadgets that bring value to their owners and corporations selling them in beautiful packages. Corporations that use workers as items to be disposed when not needed anymore. Oh we just made such a good deal with Microsoft and after a while they are sacking thousands. How bloody strange Nokia.