Your argument is probably wasting time.
I am going to say something here to activists that might sting a little, and make me even more unpopular, but… it has to be said.
So you maybe have a cause, something you feel really strongly about in life, some injustice or another that your particular life experience has prompted you to begin campaigning in, in some way or another.
Your cause might be feminism.
Or it might be racism.
Or it might be LGBTQ issues.
Or it might be on mental health issues.
Or it might be freedom of speech, privacy, or other liberty.
Or it might be for democracy.
Or it might be on global pollution, or other environmental concerns.
Or it might be on human rights.
Or it might be on the starvation suffered by various peoples.
Or it might be on the people dying needlessly from covid.
Or it might be on endless wars.
Or it might be on terrorism.
Or it might be on homelessness.
Or it might be on job security.
Or it might be on welfare.
The list goes on and on, seemingly getting longer every day, and these issues are all we ever see or hear about in the news.
I put it to you that you are probably wasting time, by activating in any way towards fixing any of those issues in isolation.
They cannot, and will not ever be fixed in isolation.
That time wasted, is not just your own, but that of everyone who is affected by the particular injustices you feel so strongly about.
Most arguments it seems now, are missing the point.
The point is that there are arguments, because there are injustices.
The thing that needs to be fixed is that which is causing the injustices.
Otherwise, the injustice is never removed.
When we trace those back to source, we always get to money, and scarcity.
Scarcity is the “food” of all arguments and discontent.
Without scarcity there would no longer be any injustices, so no more arguments.
Scarcity is what has driven, and continues to drive pretty much all inhumanities ever seen.
We seem to often become blind to that simple fact, by the emotion generated in us when we experience any particular injustice.
If we are taking some kind of perverse pleasure in the argument, maybe “enjoying the fight”, or perhaps winning some personal victories in experiencing less of the injustices, we might carry on fighting and wasting time anyway.
But if we truly want to end the injustice, we must trace it back to the source, to fix it at the root cause, as a collective.
We owe it to everyone experiencing the injustice to do that.
To do anything else is just plain selfishness.
Sorry to have to say that, but there it is.
The sun is out there.
It is the source of all creation and all wealth, it comes to us for free, and we know very well now how to harness its endless, clean, pure, power, effectively ending all scarcity.
With that knowledge, we are capable of instantly ending all scarcity, beginning with unlimited financial stimulus.
There is no longer any excuse for even a minute longer of scarcity.
We owe it to the whole of humanity to align with that single aim, to fix all injustices.
Every minute we waste doing anything else is failing humanity, and just plain selfish.