Leadership in world affairs

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In the history of humanity, we have no other example of this present ill affecting a huge segment of population in the Middle East. We have experienced uprisings and revolutions, but all were related to some kind of ideology.

In the history of humanity, we have no other example of this present ill affecting a huge segment of population in the Middle East. We have experienced uprisings and revolutions, but all were related to some kind of ideology.
The closest to what is happening there may be found in lemmings in their mass migration which usually ends with much of the population drowning in the sea. A kind of a mass suicide, an escape from desperate situations — maybe it’s a form of PTSD evoked by their stressful situation or a loss of hope in one’s existence.
This is a new phenomena for humanity, but to treat it with force may result
in its spreading, like a virus, into a
full-blown epidemic. It needs isolation.
This is when we need to change our behaviour and switch from confrontation and provocation in order to change the chaos into some kind of order which would conform to our liking.
This is when we need leaders with vision who can include us all; a new kind of leader who can bring understanding to our century. Here in Canada we have a chance to break away from the old-age thinking. Here we are all Canadians,
and we have a voice to sound and make
resonate around the world.

Rasto Hlavina
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