bovlomov wrote: ... The greatest threat to our world is the thought that because the problems are large it isn't worth doing anything. You can start by trying to change global institutions, or by making a tiny difference to your own life. Both are good.
Reach for the hero inside yourself; the higher you build your barriers, the taller I become; a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step; and a stitch in time saves nine.
I hope I have inspired you.
I fear I didn't make myself clear. I meant that with the complicated but hidden connections between so many organisations, where do you get the reliable knowledge to start?
As an example of what I mean and one picked to be outside any current suggestion of a boycott (I think,) Marks and Sparks have been reported as kitting out the England World Cup soccer team in suits made from fabric woven in Yorkshire
but the cloth was shipped out to Cambodia to be made up into the suits - something M&S did not shout about.
Apart from being amazed that it seems tailoring has died out in Leeds, the info has only just slipped out but this type of thing is everywhere. Retail chains are taken over or closed down and the owners are hedge funds and the like from all over the planet.