No revolution can solve that for you. The whole mechanism behind a revolution cements the game, in the end only exchanging leaders. That's a general observation of revolutions anywhere. It didn't change the game.
what it amounts to is that you can't change. You don't want it and you won't do it. Like a small kid in front of the telly watching a commercial, screaming at its parents that he's 'following it' when it comes to bedtime.
Why we keep on doing the wrong things is connected to your unwillingness to lower your standards, and to your game. You don't want to share, you're here to reap profits, exploit and rape the world..That's why it exist.
We're finding ourselves in the middle of a energy crisis. The worlds need of energy constantly growing. Your AC won't make it better, neither will your electrical car. Some countries won't have the wealth, industrialization and infra structures for supporting any of it but those country's already exist, so we will ignore them for this.
That's where China's coal and Europe's and USA:s methane comes in. The 'transition fuel'. It's not the end of fossils, and it's connected to a lot of other things.
The overall situation then? How bad does those that work with it think it looks today? I don't know, they are no 'leaders' and their voice isn't heard in the same way.
But looking at this it can't be good. " Banks must announce concrete steps to end their support for the coal, oil, and gas industry ahead of the Glasgow Climate Summit (COP26), or bear direct responsibility for the further escalation of the climate crisis, says an open letter sent this week by BankTrack and partners, with backing of 210 groups globally.
The letter, sent to the CEOs of the world’s largest 60 banks, calls on bank leaders to show personal courage and leadership in steering their institutions away from the fossil fuel industry that is at the heart of the climate crisis. (1)
These 60 banks together provided over US$ 3.8 trillion to the fossil fuel industry between 2016 and 2020, with nearly US$ 1.5 trillion going to support the top 100 companies still expanding fossil fuel production and infrastructure. "
Or this " This year, the ozone hole developed as expected at the start of the season. It seems pretty similar to last year's, which also wasn't really exceptional until early September, but then turned into one of the largest and longest-lasting ozone holes in our data record later in the season. Now our forecasts show that this year´s hole has evolved into a rather larger than usual one. The vortex is quite stable and the stratospheric temperatures are even lower than last year, so it may continue to grow slightly over the next two or three weeks.” "
Common sense tells you that you can't change, that it will make you vulnerable. I'll use a example from Sweden, our commonly owned properties, 'Allmännyttan' as we call it, housing. Once though of as a common right, your right to somewhere to live, a shelter, now becoming a source of 'profits', the same idea that steers private interests. The idea that built it was that it was enough with it turning around, taking care of itself. But that isn't the way your game is structured, is it? It came at around the same time as the Russian revolution, which then created a somewhat unique dialogue between the working classes in Sweden and the established wealth. A sort of constant consensus dialogue, that amongst other things brought with it this idea.
that you have a right to not being used for generating profits by your need for shelter. But 'common sense' tells you that this isn't how the game works, so today we've lost it. This 'peoples movement', coming from a stark inequality doesn't exist any more. Instead we find a population directed to profits, just as with yours.
'common sense' is a major part of why you can't change. And we can connect it to what Douglas Adams wrote about too.