This fear comes in many ways, shapes and forms, Dangerous crimes and attacks, as well as the fear of not being able to financially care for ourselves and our families.
There are multiple fears, with the first being a crisis of security and extremism, as we witnessed on Tuesday in the horrors in Pakistan and Belgium. The second is a crisis of human movement, when hundreds of thousands of refugees are moving and a debate over the means by which to manage them. The third is the world political crisis, in which conventional politics is being challenged by more extreme and intolerant parties.
We fear worldwide bombings and horrific acts of inhumanity, while other international fears also consumes us. The global economic crisis is a fear of income inequality. The poor don't need charity, but just to be able to earn a living wage. There are folks who work for philanthropists, who decide what to give away after making all their money. These people will not change the worldwide crisis. Only government will solve this huge problem, but not until leaders develop good paying jobs and sustainable economies.
When the richest country in the world has 400 billionaires, who own more money than half the population, its time to call it what it is... a shadow world government.
Death toll from Easter bombing in Pakistan reaches 70 http://hosted2.ap.org/APDEFAULT/3d281c11a96b4ad082fe88aa0db04305/Article...
Terror network’s web sprawls beyond Brussels and Paris http://on.wsj.com/1XX2OKl via @WSJ
Man arrested in the Netherlands on suspicion of 'planning a terror attack' on France http://shr.gs/qN65nz
Fueling Terror: How Extremists Are Made http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/fueling-terror-how-extremists-... #science