Evernomics Against Misanthropy
We are entering into the next SVET generational cycle when multitudes of national institutional constructs will fight each other trying to reach a level of an absolute control over a maximum amount of scarce resources. On a surface (and from a mad-medias point of view) that will lead humanity to the inevitable self-destruction sooner rather than later. However, it can only result in a growing number of relatively small conflicts, which will negate each other plunging the world into the state of a dynamic disequilibrium.
Some of those skirmishes might get pretty nasty and, even, nuclear on a local level. Nonetheless, as institutional constructs engaged in those micro-conflicts quickly exhaust their means (due to rapidly growing costs of such engagements) another constructs will step in to use their new advantages and to try to take a place of a battling party in the local power hierarchy.
After that goal is achieved and the next in line group of constructs replaces resources-drained ones, it will open fastest way to get a local dominance — a compromise. Because opposing constructs will, also, be threatened by a pack of local peers, armistice negotiations will likely be successful.
That makes this generation cycle to be different from preceding ones, when a number of constructs were much smaller and costs of kinetic engagements were less enduring. For largest institutional constructs it was still possible to keep fighting among each other simultaneously subduing lesser constructs locally. That led to longer conflicts and, consequently, more severe damages.
Already, the current number of conflicting institutional constructs is large enough to guarantee a dynamic disequilibrium. However, because the generational cycle we are entering is the one of centralization, the moral duty of all humans is to resist all institutional constructs’ attempt to rule us.
The nature of the Universe is a quantum one and, at the present generational stage, the only guarantee of our survival is our own will to pursue liberty and to oppose tyranny.