While contemplating on the issues that have polluted and has corrupted the world, above all else, it is the moral pollution and the subsequent corruption of the human spirit that must top today's civil society.
This tendency probably began the day we stopped speaking what we thought and carefully spoke what we never meant in our earnest fear/effort to survive. If there was a place to begin cleaning, it probably begins within.
Perhaps we can go on blaming the western education system - implemented in most parts of the world - through the famous 'Macaulayism' in the colonies of the Brits to make the common native obediently nod with humble submission and say loud and clear to any and all demands, 'Yes! Sirs' to their white sahibs in order to fit into their roles of servitude, shedding the last limping link of dignity and respect rested within to remain in positions to serve their white-skinned western masters, by training in rhetoric rote learning rituals that seasonally and willfully condition us to become glorified and dignified clerks - nothing more and nothing less. Yet, despite realizing this simple fact, on many occasions, by (m)any thinker(s) and possible change makers, we still insist on making people - the same old way - by deliberating them to understand and to fit into the role requirements of the job market with unquestioning obedience - just as our English Baboos trained us to be - file carrying donkeys then for the monarch to 'B'school-bred rats for the corporate (for) now.
At times, our brown masters -for who we render this same delightful service with more angst than agony - must feel proud for having outdone our colonial masters in their game of oppression - perhaps only twice or more worse, bitter and sinister than the white man him/herself who they try to emulate.
'Don't question! Just do your job. Don't worry about what happens to others; just do your job.' being the mantra if not schooled by our teachers, that our parents try to rote us to understand and sincerely adapt as our way of life - our only way of life. This that shall be our ruin to be so selfish, self-obsessed and self-centered that the goddess of vanity may bless us with the curse of not bothering about any one more than we constantly and so compellingly care about our self. Well, somehow, though silent, we have systematically and successfully created the nightmare of our own fate by enshrining the thoughts of immortality compromising on our morality to attain this lucid idea of creating the self by removing others from our vocabulary. - by every demons right that shall be the penalty we so rightfully deserve - a world that spins so fast around the self so much so that it even doesn't pause to care to speak for others... especially for those voiceless by succeeding to live a meaningless life of servitude eventually. For those who still wish to differ, in God's own words, 'Go forth and multiply' or whatever it could mean in short.