What's driving what?  This question presents an inquiry into the fundamental mechanics of our world structures. We have our obvious assessments around how the "0.1%" controls financial flows, markets, governments, etc.  Is there more to it than meets the eye...or any portion of the cerebellum?

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Throughout history, there have been uprisings when the balance of power (and equity) becomes unacceptable for too long, for too many. 

  • How might this time be different from our known prior history? 
  • Where are we, as individuals & as a collective, on the scale of influence?  (How might we have any...influence, that is?)
  • To what degree might there exist deeper drivers behind the obvious [0.1%]— "forces of nature" beyond human influence at play in our world?   

We'll open  our exploration into territory of belief between those that believe: 1.) It's completely up to us to make a change; 2.) It's hopeless because "They" have too much power; 3.) There is a higher power driving driving a transformation that cannot be stopped; 4.) any number of combinations of all these perspectives.

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