Positivity. It’s not a word you hear very often in these dark days of economic recession, environmental meltdown and Kerry Katona.
In a world where the media’s agendas seem to override what people might actually feel, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the doom-mongering and to really believe that the whole globe is going to hell in a handbasket – when clearly, things have never been better.
Admittedly there have been some worrying financial mishaps recently but at worst, come the next decade, we’ll all be speaking Chinese and thanking the nation of all things chop suey for bailing us out. And that’ll be the economy sorted. As for the flora and fauna, I’m pretty sure that’ll be saved by some great inventions and policies to reduce industrial emissions. Such as taking all of our industry to the moon and ruining that instead. With the world’s salient problems solved in two brief paragraphs, we’re left to sort out the comparatively minor environmental degradation your average human inflicts. Chief cause of which, we’re told, comes as a direct result of the internal combustion engine or – for lentilists – the ‘penguin-broiling death cube’.
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