Economy has a direct relationship with the ongoing human onslaught. The 2008 economic crisis beefed up a calamity in the form of social and financial security, joblessness and a vivid image of global scenarios.
Hundreds and thousands of people lost jobs, houses and immigration since 2008. Aftermaths of the deadly crisis are apparent even today.
Pessimist thoughts overshadow a person’s mind when he starts to lose grip and control over worldly affairs. This results in depressions, anxieties, Para-normal behaviors.
A person feels alien and isolates himself from mainstream global arena. This is when the venom of fundamentalist thoughts intrudes in the nerve cells to build a consensus on ‘going out for a kill’.
Violent, rash, ravaging and destructive thoughts entail a person’s mind, heart and soul.
Such a person offers his life for the sake of a ‘charismatic’ anti-human show, to appease and please his internal grievances.
This is one way of looking at recent terror-related activities across the globe, particularly in the developed countries.
Racist thoughts continue to pile on the mind of a financially-deceased person. In cosmopolitan societies where immigrants live, reside and work in numbers becomes a softer target of an economically subdued individual.
This is one way of looking into crime scenes, murders, ethnic clashes, religious ‘thunderbolts’ and all other forms of dismal social performances.
Economy has a direct and a very crucial link with all racist and extremist thoughts.
Nation-states are divided into power groups to work out tangible solutions for financial supremacy.
Economic sanctions on confronting nations, trade-tariff maneuvering, renewal of trade agreements and illegal occupation of weaker nations are direct or indirect means fighting economic recessions and upheavals of recent past.
First and Second World Wars were outcomes of economic vulnerabilities. Economic instability is going to be the biggest cause of World War three.
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