in Crisis, Malfunctions, System Change

Malfunctions

Life Imitates Malfunctions

This section on malfunctions prepares a larger narrative. We are working on how America has 1) an unqualified health problem that includes the inability to self-study health challenges. The importance of recognizing how 2) equality and equity for all Americans requires a system change that clearly shows the flow of equity as a factor of race. Central to these two issues is how capital can become 3) more digitally non-fungible today than in civilization’s entire history. The door is wide open for thieves of credit. The most perplexing malfunction is that 4) trust and confidence appear broken as agents for change. These are the vague, often confusing signals of malfunctions in America. Like a series of little failures, they can multiply combinations of confirmation bias and cognitive dissonance to which American’s are uniquely susceptible, and there is no one helping the American people figure it out.

RLC – OCCUPY

Introduction to Malfunctions

The weakening state of America’s physical and mental health and the inability to build a platform for advancing equality and equity are malfunctions aggravated by a growing number of uncaptured thieves busily destroying ordinary people’s self-confidence and trust in change. The following examines all four of these observations through a lens of how ordinary, largely small groups of people should define problems. The first one is learning how to eliminate the axis of contention that tears at the American spirit.

Please consider coming back to this page as additions, edits from contributors, or via comments will be logged here, under the category “Malfunction” with the parent category System Change.

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