The contemporary US establishment thinks in terms of transformational events, analyst Lev Korovin wrote in “A Journey with the Parties in Search of American Fascism. Part XIX” published on May 13 in The Essence of Time newspaper.
“The contemporary US establishment thinks in terms of transformational events. It assumes that human societies are elastic. Just as rubber bands stretch and then pull back into their original shape, so it is typical for human societies to return to their idea of normality,” the author writes.
To overcome this elasticity of the “rubber band” to which the author compares society, the impact of the transformational event must be such that it breaks. Then society will not return to its previous state, and a “new normality” will emerge.
As an example of one of the first transformational events, the author cites the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. American society, which experienced a shock, agreed to give up some of its civil rights, ostensibly for the sake of security.
“The density of transformational events has increased dramatically in recent years and even months. And they need to be understood, individually and as a whole. And comprehension requires an answer to the question of the subject producing these events and the goals it pursues,” the author writes.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency