“It often happens in history that the forces that make us grow also destroy us.” Written words from Golo Mann are as applicable today as they will be tomorrow. Estimates of the great wars reach upward of 90 million lives. Is this the world you died fighting to protect, or died fighting to prevent? That is the only question to be asked, in humbled silence.
Long are the days gone that illness appears through some form of black magic. If you wish, 150 years ago would be the exact point, when Semmelweis discovered that gentlemen exhibit dirty hands. In diagnosis of chemical beings, there is always agent for activation.
Observing the use of pesticides in advanced economies may draw several conclusions. Together, as bourgeois and serf gaze upon foundation for economic policy, it would only be a matter of time before the impervious begin question of accountability. As such, they may view the profiles of those who sit at the pinnacle of hierarchy with certificate in, agriculture and chemistry. Naturally, a notion worthy of Machiavelli, to suggest that an individual or organization would willfully spray harmful chemical, then bear cross in name of money for cure. That would be criminal, to harbor the thought.
As Russia ventures forth towards advanced economics, whispers from the walls of the Baltic Sea Canal may perceive the transition as one of provocation. Adoption of such application has proven to be extremely volatile and, highly combustible. Disease on the rise, illustration of red line, funding private militia, unemployment, and a perverse form of healthcare aptly named, postcode lottery. Desperate measure indeed, under call for austerity.
If the Queen were to view such an image of kingdom and colony, dissolution may be the only offer to exemplify the very meaning of benevolence for those who continue to suffer under the trade of her currency. Perhaps, a rare occasion that such an image should be kept from the eye of her Majesty. One can be most certain those charged with the continuity of her crown in this contemporary theatre, are quite capable of remedy.
The introduction of toxins into the environment after World War II has been met with great consequence. Chemicals sprayed on crops are as much a red line as extremists who convert them into weapons of mass destruction. There is not a harness of faith, nor shield of history to justify such an illustration. Perhaps the only way to observe such an image is from an evolutionary standpoint. Science is without compassion, it is the human hand which may offer intervention. It would be advisable, for those who are truly interested in eradicating disease and feeding the hungry, to engage Singapore. They have decided to grow up.
“I have conquered an empire but I have not been able to conquer myself.” ~ Peter the Great