Taking Another Look At "The Falling Apart Again"

Here's the list. You decide.

A mental note will suffice, but use this checklist from the previous Hub done prior to the awarding of The Oscars, to decide for yourself whether world relations and world dangers have been "Better," "Worse," or "Stable" (no reference intended to California Chrome) since that time.

[If you decide to be more formal in your selections, you can print this and keep score.]

The Referenced Hub: http://perspycacious.hubpages.com/hub/The-World-Is-Falling-Apart

Checklist:


Putin vs. The Civilized World............. Better Worse Stable


Syrian Tyranny vs. Democracy......... Better Worse Stable


Religious Killings in Africa............... Better Worse Stable


North Korean Adventurism.............. Better Worse Stable


The "War On Terrorism".................. Better Worse Stable


China vs. Japan/Vietnam/Phil......... Better Worse Stable


China vs. USA Pacific Stance........ Better Worse Stable


Worldwide Military Spending......... Better Worse Stable


Cyber-spying and Hacking............ Better Worse Stable


The U. S. National Debt.................. Better Worse Stable


The World Economy...................... Better Worse Stable


America's National Leadership.... Better Worse Stable


National and Western Unity......... Better Worse Stable


The Palestinian Question............. Better Worse Stable


Drug Lords, Gangs, and Crime.... Better Worse Stable


The Arab Spring & Egypt............ Better Worse Stable


Tensions of India/Pakistan......... Better Worse Stable


The Effectiveness of the U.N. ... Better Worse Stable


In Totality Is Today's World........ Better Worse Stable



If you choose to leave a comment (encouraged) you might also list any other major concerns not mentioned in this brief listing.

Source

World leaders have enough trouble trying to consider the needs of their own countries. In the process, who is looking out for the freedom and futures of individuals around the world?

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MizBejabbers 2 years ago

Dear Heart, I worry but I try not to keep score. I can't say that worrying might give me gray hairs because I went prematurely gray years ago. I let Mr. B do the worrying about world affairs, and I take care of little things like the house payment, car payment, etc. It is food for brain fodder, though, because I wouldn't have thought to put it in this context. Voted up.


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Perspycacious 2 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

If one out of every two Americans actually took the time to be concerned (and air those concerns) about world affairs, America would play an even more important role in the world. Thanks for sharing with Mr. B.


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Ericdierker 2 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

Dang it, I could not do a stable or better for any of them. It is probably just my attitude. Time for me to write a hub of gratitude.


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Perspycacious 2 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

Grateful that it isn't even worse? It could be, and it seems headed in that direction. We are faced with too many problems and all at the same time.


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aviannovice 2 years ago from Stillwater, OK

For those of us that choose to make it a better world through individuals, things are looking UP by staying away from those in power.


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Perspycacious 2 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

'Give a man a little power, and he soon begins to use it unrighteously"


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Perspycacious 23 months ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

That last comment applies to all men everywhere. It is somehow a universal truth, only confronted by the power of love.


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Perspycacious 6 months ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

If things look too good to be true, they are probably being offered by a politician or someone in the government!

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