"Where Have All the (Flower) Children Gone?"
all the flower children gone? For the most part, after turning on, tuning in, and dropping out, we grew up, prospered, and got old and now are headed for retirement communities in our high-end sedans and sports utility vehicles. For most of us,we support the troops does not constitute a preamble to anti-war statements. Rather, we support the troops because we know how important it is for good people to stand firm against evil. It seems a significant number of our children and grandchildren understand that as well."
Flower children are here today. Their educated children are on Wall Street both demonstrating for the inequality of the 1% and seeking to be the 1%. Nothing new there. Only one small thing many fail to realize is that it is a growing phenomenon, organizing through out the world, against the old vanguards of Austerity and the inequality it nurtures.
That has and continues to be my point. Inequality is being questioned by the masses and it is accelerating. Egypt at present exemplifies what I have stated.
The soils that nourish the tree of liberty is fed by the martyrs for democracy. International Free Trade Markets will be the sculpture of the new government that arises from this Egyptian revolting chaos. Addressing the inequality of Egypts economics, will determine their security.
Which ever of these forces survive, will stand to be tested, to see if they abide by these two ideologies. Failure of either, and the revolution will continue.
Just as water seeks it own level, so shall the fluid for economics distributions of the laborers productivity seek its own level of inequality.
The revolts against the 1%, the draft, 1776, and all revolutions, had at its core their interpretation of inequality. Time and education illuminated the necessity of a more level playing field in our economics inequality. This will continue until all parties can find justice in their existence in their pursuit of happiness.
Where have all the flowers gone? Gone to graveyards one and all .Where have all the grave yards gone?