Where does the story end? With Millennials living happily ever after, slaving for a globalist elite and their one percent families who orchestrate their lives? Or will it end less romantically…with violent revolution?
As we expand outwards, examining and listening to the stars, the question becomes not so much are we alone, but how we can explore the far reaches of space.
The ultimate sci-fi doesn’t just deal with future technologies or aliens invasions. It also deals with the human condition.
Every year the Bilderberg Group of “Political Elite” meets and discusses the future of the world. At one time, our present was “the future” and it was planned years in advance.
We hear it time and time again that teens and young adults just don’t seem to read anymore. But that opens up a new question: what should they actually be reading?
By Vanessa Verduga. “On June 7 th I voted for Bernie Sanders in California, registered as an NPP (No Party Preference), who is legally able to vote in the primaries so as long as I request a democratic ballot.”
John Adams was called the voice of the revolution and the main driver of the new country. Because it was oral, it has been lost to the ages as the last of his listeners died off. On the other hand, Jefferson was the writer of the Revolution and guiding hand of the United States…
The late Garry Shandling did something rather unprecedented in Hollywood, by walking away from a job that made sense. Whereas he had the clout and name awareness to take over a talk show and become another rival to the Leno, Letterman and Arsenio war, he chose to stay mellow.
Karla Fetrow: The Millennial’s are a very hard sell. With over 30 million in the US alone, their attitudes and way of life will have an enormous impact on the future.