The Problem Is . . . so, what?
A lesson in workability
I hear it all the time: “The problem is ______”
My response: So, what?
Whenever someone says, “The problem is _______”, what they are really saying is that the solution to another problem lies somewhere with this related problem. Fix that problem, and the bigger problem will be cease t6 be a problem. This idea that the secondary problem needs to be solved to fix the main problem is especially prevalent in the discourse concerning big world issues; whether the issue be fixing poverty, ending climate change, or stopping the New World Order. People proclaim that “The problem is that people just don’t care enough.” They might say, “The problem is that people are brainwashed.” . . . So, what?
There is a real lack of workability within this thought process. You will see, as you read my posts, that workability is big with me. Workability is everything.
And, if you come to me with “the problem is”, you had better have a way to solve your problem,; therefore, solving the bigger problem. If you don’t stop wasting mine and everyone else’s time. Your bigger problem will never be solved.
Talk is cheap and so are “problems”. I can think of a ton of problems; all theoretical. But solutions are gold.
What I am saying here is: your problem better be able to be solved or you need to find a solvable problem that fixes your bigger problem. This is the essence of workability.
Maybe if we found a “solvable” problem related to the bigger problem of the NWO, the NWO’s muddy boots wouldn’t be upon our necks. This is just logic. Let’s stop wasting our time with identifying problems that cannot have applied solutions. Again: logic.
That’s all folks!